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Eminem selling bricks and wood from childhood Detroit home

Eminem is now selling bricks from the house in which he grew up in.

The rapper has made 700 bricks available to buy on his official webstore, with the items priced from $313 (£216).

The childhood home, in Detroit, featured on the cover of Eminem's 2013 album 'The Marshall Mathers LP 2'.

The building was demolished in the same year after being deemed unsafe.

Eminem kept a lot of the rubble in storage.

Each brick comes with a signed certificate.

The US star is also selling dog tags made of wood from the Detroit house.

They are priced at $28 (£19), with packages also available.

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