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Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne are auctioning off furniture and works of art next month, with some of the funds going to the Sharon Osbourne Colon Cancer Program.

The couple will sell more than 600 lots of memorobilia, jewelry, furniture and decorative works of art from their homes in Malibu, Beverly Hills and England, including items such as their son Jack’s black leather bed and Ozzy’s gold, gem-encrusted American Flag bracelet. Many of the items have been seen in the hugely popular MTV reality show, The Osbournes.

The auction is set to take place at the Gibson Guitar Showroom in Beverly Hills on November 30 and December 1st, with a pre-sale exhibition taking place from November 26th-29th. Highlights from the sale will appear at the O2 in London on November 5th. Ozzy is also scheduled to perform a benefit concert for the charity at Staples Center in Los Angeles on the first night of the sale.

Another furniture auction recently raising funds for charity was the sale of the Tonight Show furniture. Jay Leno encouraged people to bid on the furniture, which included a sofa, guest chair, two cocktail tables, an ottoman and an area rug, along with Leno’s autographed desk. The sale benefitted Bailey's Cafe, an education and cultural organization founded by Leno’s long-time friend, Stefanie Siegel. Over $45,000, was raised in the auction, all of which went to Bailey’s Cafe.

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