David Crosby is cleaning out his closet.

He's put up for auction one of his earliest guitars, a Gibson ES-335 that he played in The Byrds, as well as the trademark suede cape that he wore while in the group. He's also selling artwork by Peter Max, including a rare portrait of Crosby. The auction is this Thursday at Nate D. Sanders Auctions, and you can bid online.

For the past few years Crosby has been trying to sell his 1947 59-foot Alden Schooner. He's dropped the price from $1 million to $750,000 or best offer.