I was lucky enough to get this cane at Alice's November 2007 concert at the Bournemouth International Centre. I got to the gig well in advance of the door opening time and therefore managed to get to the front row.
I recall being particularly vocal that night, singing my heart out to the whole set. Alice clearly appreciated this as he handed me the cane (during his performance of School's Out) rather than toss it randomly into the crowd, like he often does.
For this reason it's the most prized item in my collection, despite have no actual worth (it's just a cheap wooden cane). I wouldn't sell it for ANY money.
My Valuation: Priceless
Stage-Used 'Dirty Diamonds'
I caught this 'Dirty Diamond' necklace at Alice's July 2008 show at Southampton Civic Centre. Obviously, this was flung by Alice during his performance of the song Dirty Diamonds. Again, it's a worthless item but priceless to me!
This concert became infamous due to a fairly irate one-legged man!
My Valuation: £50
Stage-Used Guitar Picks
These are guitar picks that I've caught at various shows. 2 of them are from Jason Hook and the others from Chuck Garrick and Eric Singer.
My Valuation: £40
These 3 picks (2 from Tommy Henriksen and 1 from Ryan Roxie) were all caught at the Plymouth Pavillions gig on 29th October 2015. My wife is clearly a better catcher than me as she caught all of them!
My Valuation: £30
This Chuck Garric pick is from the Motley Crue tour of 2015 and features Alice's face on one side and Chuck's signature and Beasto Blanco web address.
My Valuation: £15
Alice Cooper 1996 Series $100 Dollar Notes
These Alice Cooper $100 bills (also know as 'Cooper Dollars') have been caught be me at various concerts. This is with the exception of the one in the top-right of the image below, which was personally signed and handed over as part of a VIP 'Meet and Greet' package at Bournemouth Internationl Cente in November 2005.
The other 3 bills all have sword piercings from when they were spiked through Alice's sword on stage. All 4 bills state 'Series 1996' on them but have different printed signatures for the 'Insurer' and 'Secretary'. The image of Alice is also from the Dragontown era.
My Valuation: £100
Alice Cooper 2006-07 Series Orange $100 Dollar Notes
Alice occasionally switches from tradiitonal green to orange bills. These were purchased from a collector (one has a sword piercing, the other doesn't) and state that they are from '2006-07'.
My Valuation: £20
These 3 orange bills (and 2 green) were all caught by my wife and I at the Plymouth Pavillions gig on 29th October 2015. All of them have sword piercings.
My Valuation: £50
Alice Cooper 1990 Series $100 Dollar Note
This bill was also purchased from a collector and has a piercing mark. This one states that it is from the '1990 Series' but I'm reliably informed that it's actually from the Brutal Planet tour of 2000.
My Valuation: £20
Stage-Used School's Out Popped Balloon
This, believe it or not, is a popped balloon from one of Alice's performances of School's Out. I can't remember which concert this comes from but I remember it being popped by Alice when it was right on top of me (I got covered in confetti). My wife thinks I'm crazy for keeping it, but what does she know!
My Valuation: £10
USA Flag Shirt
This USA flag shirt is from Alice's wardrobe and is hand signed by the man himself (it also appears to feature some make-up smears). The same style of shirt has been used on numerous occassions, this includes Alice's appearance in the 2011 Classic Rock Welcome 2 My Nightmare Fan Pack magazine and, most famously, when Alice took part in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge in August 2014 (during one of his Raise The Dead shows, in Virginia Beach).
I do not believe that this particular shirt has ever been used by Alice, the reason for this is that it doesn't feature any of the trademark custom rips that you would expect to see in a stage worn version. It is more likely, therefore, that it is simply a leftover reserve shirt.