A Tony Award and a Golden Globe trophy Al Pacino picked up early in his career are heading to the auction block.

The Godfather star earned his first Tony in 1969 after he was named Best Supporting Actor in a Play for his role in Does a Tiger Wear a Necktie? and he added to his trophy case in 1974, when he claimed the Globe for Best Leading Actor in a Drama Film for Serpico.

He gifted the two prizes to his manager mentor, producer Martin Bregman, who has since handed them over to bosses at Goldin Auctions in New Jersey.

Bidding on the Tony Award starts at $10,000 (£6,250), while the Golden Globe Award is listed for a minimum of $25,000 (£15,625).

The accolades aren't the only Pacino memorabilia up for grabs in the celebrity goods sale - a collection of his old movie scripts, including the original 1973 script for Bank Job, which was later named Dog Day Afternoon, is also featured among the lots, alongside a gold Rolex watch the actor had inscribed for Bregman.

Other items going under the hammer include a sailor costume Frank Sinatra wore in 1945 movie Anchors Aweigh, Dean Martin's military jacket from 1958 film The Young Lions, and a Les Paul guitar purchased by Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page from the Eagles' Joe Walsh in 1969, which has a starting bid of $20,000 (£12,500).

Bidding for the auction will open next week (12Jan15) until 7 February (15).