Up for sale: What's left of McNally Smith College of Music

The remnants of the bankrupt college are on sale for the next 2 weeks.
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A Jimi Hendrix picture and musical equipment are among the biddable items.

A Jimi Hendrix picture and musical equipment are among the biddable items.

Looking for office equipment, leather sofas, a branded minivan, or even a bizarre rock collection?

If so, you should check out this auction listing from Grafe Auction, which has been tasked with selling the remnants of the now defunct McNally Smith College of Music in St. Paul.

It closed at the end of 2017, the result of major financial troubles, and in doing so cast hundreds of students adrift part-way through their courses and scores of staff without jobs.

Now what's left of the college is up for sale, with around 250 lots available for bidding over the next two weeks courtesy of Grafe.

Among the biddable items are two Dodge Grand Caravans emblazoned in orange and the McNally Smith logo.

Some comfortable-looking leather sofas are also up for sale alongside a multitude of office equipment and a handful of musical instruments – including this keyboard.

Framed pictures of musical heroes, including an autographed Jimi Hendrix print, are also up for sale – with the bidding for Hendrix already up to $45.

Weirdest item for sale? This model of a "Rock Concert" – for which bidding currently stands at a whopping $6.

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