The item is one of more than 200 art pieces from music artist George Michael's private collection that will go up on the auction block in London in March.
George Michael left a rich legacy of music - and of visual art.
Artworks collected by George Michael before his death in 2016 are going up for auction.
The sale includes pieces by Damien Hirst, Tracey Emin, Sarah Lucas and other members of the "Young British Artists" generation who, like Michael, shook up Britain's creative scene in the 1980s and 90s.
Cristian Albu, co-head of post-war and contemporary art at Christie's, wrote in the news release that the collection celebrates the adventurous spirit of the Youth British Art Movement in the late 1990s.
"He was introduced to Tracey Emin and from then everything is history", Albu said.
More than 200 works are on offer, including Hirst's "The Incomplete Truth", a glass case enclosing a dove preserved in formaldehyde, which has an estimated price of 1 million to 1.5 million pounds ($1,280,000 to $1,920,000).
Key works in the sale will include Tracey Emin's 'Drunk to the Bottom of My Soul' (2002) - a large-scale example of the artist's celebrated appliquéd blankets, which transform traditional textile-based media into vehicles for raw, confessional poetry.
Opening in NY (8-11 February) and also including exhibitions in Los Angeles (11-16 February) and Hong Kong (19-22 February), the tour will conclude in London with the collection appearing in a special public view at Christie's headquarters (9-14 March).
"He took that moment and he turned it into a joke, and he turned that joke into art", Albu said.
During his career, both with Wham! and later as a solo artist, Michael sold more than 100 million records and had a string of massive hits between 1983 and 1996, a record unmatched by a British artist since The Beatles.
Christie's said in a statement Friday the proceeds from the sale will go toward Michael's various philanthropic ventures.
Michael was part of the English pop duo Wham!, followed by a solo career, and died December 25, 2016, at the age of 53.
The items will be previewed in NY this weekend and then travel to Los Angeles, Hong Kong and Shanghai, before ending up in London.The works will be offered at an evening sale on March 14 in London as well as during the online auction taking place March 8-15.
The collection's ultimate destination is in London, where the artwork will be auctioned off at Christie's London location on March 14.