The Libertines star set up a pop-up store in north London in 2013 to sell his personal items, keepsakes, and memorabilia, and now he is offering fans another chance to own a slice of his life.

The singer/guitarist is selling sheets of typed lyrics to his songs, with each piece featuring a one-off design and the star's signature.

An announcement posted on the band's website states, "Bashed out on one of Peter's (many) antique typewriters, each one is unique. So whilst we might create more than one lyric sheet using the same song, each one is designed and typed, then annotated by the song-writer/s. The image shown here is exactly the design you will receive.

"These lyric sheets are produced on artist or antique paper. They are designed to look worn and messy - we supply them at gigs in a charming, worn out, junk shop frame - which look great but don't fare well through the post, so your sheet will arrive unframed. Unique & Handmade. Designed, annotated & signed by Peter Doherty."