It's been 16 years since his chart-topping album was released, and as part of the celebration, rare, limited-edition collectable items were put up for sale on his official website on Monday (23May16).

The most notable artefacts are authentic bricks from his former Detroit, Michigan home, which was featured on the covers of both The Marshall Mathers LP and The Marshall Mathers LP 2.

With only 700 available, each brink includes a numbered certificate of authenticity, Eminem's signature and a display stand with a commemorative plaque.

Fans can purchase a package, which includes the brick, a T-shirt, a cassette re-release of the iconic album, and dog tags made out of re-purposed wood also from Eminem's former home, for $350 (£240).

The house was demolished in November, 2013 - the same month The Marshall Mathers LP 2 was released. The abode was deemed structurally unsound, but the rapper's team managed to rescue the wood and bricks.

The Marshall Mathers LP is the hip-hop star's best-selling album to date, with more than 32 million copies sold worldwide. In 2000, the Grammy-winning record sold more than 1.7 million copies in the U.S. in the first week alone, making it the fast-selling studio album by any solo artist in American music history.

His record was broken last year (Nov15), when Adele's 25 sold over 2.4 million albums within three days of release.