Highlights include the Queen frontman’s iconic crown and cloak ensemble and his Yamaha grand piano.
A new Freddie Mercury exhibition featuring personal possessions of the late Queen frontman have gone on show at an exhibit in London.Back in April, it was revealed that 1,400 items from Mercury’s London home – which had gone untouched for 30 years – would be put up for auction by Sotheby’s this September.The extensive collection of items, including handwritten lyrics, personal Polaroid photos and costumes, have now gone on show in London.“This summer, we invite you to step into Freddie’s Mercury’s personal world in an extended takeover at Sotheby’s London,” the website reads. The Queen frontman, who died in London on November 24, 1991, left his home, Garden Lodge in Kensington, and possessions to close friend Mary Austin, who is now sharing them with the public.