Peaky Blinders fans could own Cillian Murphy’s cap and coat from his role as a mob boss in the hit TV series.
The Irish star, 42, who plays Tommy Shelby in the gangster drama, is donating items from his on-set wardrobe to a charity auction.
It will raise money for The Christie NHS Foundation Trust, for cancer care, based in Manchester.
The Inception and Dunkirk star donned the overcoat in the third series of the drama and the cap in the fifth instalment, which is due to air on BBC One.
The show boasts celebrity fans such as David Beckham, Samuel L Jackson and Snoop Dog.
The auction will also feature other items from Steven Knight’s crime family saga, set in Birmingham before the Second World War, including the fleece Murphy wore when he was not on camera.
Dr Jon Bell, a consultant interventional radiologist at The Christie, said: “We are thrilled that Cillian Murphy has donated such iconic, collectable items to our charity…
“It’s vital that we give our patients access to the very best technology when they are being treated at The Christie.”
Cold feet star John Thomson is hosting The Christie Charity Ball on Saturday, in Manchester, where people will be able to bid for the items.
Pre-bidding opens online at
and runs until a live online auction at 8pm on Friday March 22.
Murphy recently signed up as a DJ for BBC Radio 6 Music.