Jimmy Page, Royal Blood, Florence + the Machine Auctioning Items for Teenage Cancer Trust

Images Courtesy of WBR Press; Ross Halfin; Chris McAndrewA variety of artists, including Jimmy Page, Royal Blood and Florence + the Machine, have contributed items to an auction in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust, a U.K. charity that helps fund medical facilities and programs for young people suffering from cancer. The auction will run through Sunday, March 15 on eBay.

Page's contribution to the auction is a signed vinyl copy of Led Zeppelin's sophomore album, Led Zeppelin II. Along with his signature, Page includes a message to Teenage Cancer Trust commemorating their 15 years of hosting benefit concerts at London's Royal Albert Hall.

The two members of Royal Blood signed both sides of a Marshall radio for the auction, and Florence + the Machine frontwoman Florence Welch contributed a signed drum skin.

The 2015 Teenage Cancer Trust benefit concerts will run from March 23 to March 29. Performers include The Who, Johnny Marr, Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds and Future Islands, among others. Visit TeenageCancerTrust.org for more information.

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