Are you a huge Kobe Bryant fan? Well starting next month you can bid on some extraordinary Kobe memorabilia. The sports collectables auction house Goldin Auctions will allow you to get your hands on one-of-kind Kobe treasures such as his No. 24 jersey from his freshman year at Pennsylvania’s Lower Merion High School. There are over 100 Kobe relics available and they span from his early childhood years all the way through his championship seasons with the Los Angeles Lakers. The collection is international traveling all the way to Rieti, Italy, where Joe “Jellybean” Bryant played basketball from 1984 to 1992. That’s where Kobe’s No. 44 Rieti jersey hails from when he played basketball overseas. Other items that will be made available will be team-issued NBA championship rings he had made for his dad and mom, All-Star Game rings from 1998 and 2000, and even a Nickelodeon Teen Choice Award surfboard. All of the memorabilia were provided and consigned by Kobe’s mother Pamela Bryant and will be available to bid upon in June.