Hair like Jagger: Mick Jagger's hair goes up for auction

Hair was preserved by a former girlfriend's grandmother

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Finally, what Rolling Stones fans have been waiting for, a chance to buy a lock of Mick Jagger's hair.

One carefully preserved lock of the Stones front man's hair can be yours for an estimated auction price of between $2,300 and $3,100, according to Bonham's, a British auction house.

The hair was snipped from Jagger before he was ever in the Stones. The hair was taken by a former girlfriend's grandmother in the early 1960's while Jagger was in school.

According to Bonham's, the hair was found in an envelope marked, "Mick Jagger's hair after being washed + trimmed by Chris as Rose Hill Farm."

The auction house also notes that the price estimate is much lower than what Stones' guitarist Keith Richards' hair went for, only $1,400.

Proceeds from the sale of Mick's locks will go to charity.

Although purchasing hair might sound strange, in 2009, hair believed to be from Elvis Presley sold for $18,300.

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