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Guns N' Roses tequila bottle among this unusual collection of Leeds Festival memorabilia

It's the weird and wonderful Leeds Festival memorabilia donated to your city by bands and fans.

These oddities have been collected from artists and festival goers over the years and form part of the Leeds Museums and Galleries archives which stored at the Leeds Discovery Centre. READ MORE: Sizzling weather hits Leeds Festival 2019 as bands take to the stage on the first day

Donated by a festival-goer from the 2011 event, this gasmask style bong is one of the more unusual items in the museums collection.

1. Bong mask

Donated by a festival-goer from the 2011 event, this gasmask style bong is one of the more unusual items in the museums collection.
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Curators asked some festival artists to send something which they felt reflected their time there. Heart-Ships sent a moulded set of dentures which were an impression of the singer's teeth when they were on stage when they played.

2. Dental cast from Heart-Ships

Curators asked some festival artists to send something which they felt reflected their time there. Heart-Ships sent a moulded set of dentures which were an impression of the singer's teeth when they were on stage when they played.
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Another item donated by a band, this drum skin carries the signatures of Arthur Rigby and the Baskervylles, who played the 2011 festival. The bill that year also included Elbow and Muse.

3. Signed drum skin

Another item donated by a band, this drum skin carries the signatures of Arthur Rigby and the Baskervylles, who played the 2011 festival. The bill that year also included Elbow and Muse.
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Not quite up to the same standards as Slash, this inflatable guitar was donated by a crowd member the same year Guns N Roses played. The first Leeds Festival took place at Temple Newsam and featured a line-up including the Red Hot Chilli Peppers and Blur.

4. Inflatable guitar

Not quite up to the same standards as Slash, this inflatable guitar was donated by a crowd member the same year Guns N Roses played. The first Leeds Festival took place at Temple Newsam and featured a line-up including the Red Hot Chilli Peppers and Blur.
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