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Fans of the late Tupac Shakur were recently thrilled at the news that handwritten notes of his went public. Another lucky fan has unearthed handwritten notebooks of 2Pac‘s rhymes and CDs featuring unreleased music, which will go to the highest bidder according to TMZ.

From TMZ:

The goods are pretty awesome … 3 notebooks containing a bunch of handwritten Pac ideas and lyrics, and some CDs with unreleased tracks.

We’re told the lucky finder got his hands on the items after answering a Craigslist ad for baseball cards. It just so happened the seller had the Tupac merch too … his dad worked with the rapper for years.

As for authenticity … the handwriting in the notebooks matches handwriting in the prison letter that hit the market for $255k in October on the site Moments in Time. MiT is also selling the newly discovered items.

It won’t come cheap … the two-page “Point The Finga” music video notes are expected to pull $35k minimum.

Afeni Shakur, who runs her son’s estate, is reportedly trying to block the sale of the items. The New York Daily News reports that the bundle is selling for $250,000.

Check out a couple of images from the 2pac stash in the photos below.





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