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Coldplay have announced they will flog "guitars, keyboards, amps, posters, platinum discs and all sorts of nostalgia" in an End of Decade Clearout Sale on eBay.

Everything under the virtual hammer from will be "signed by the four of us, or accompanied by a certificate of authenticity, again signed by all of us", the band explains. All proceeds go to Kids Company - "an incredible charity that helps vulnerable children and young people in London".

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