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Queen formed in 1970, and over five decades later, they remain one of rock’s most beloved bands.

Whether you’re a seasoned or newer super-fan, you’ll definitely want to check out these 14 killer Queen items.

  • 'Bohemian Rhapsody' Luggage Tag

    The words "fun"and "clever' are likely the last to come to mind when thinking about luggage tags, but this one immortalizing the lyric "Goodbye everybody, I've got to go" is just...well...really fun and clever.
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  • The Many Looks of Freddie Mercury Print

    Freddie Mercury had many iconic looks, so if you're having trouble picking just one to hang on your wall, purchase this print so you can highlight 16 different looks!
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  • 'Queen in 3-D' Book

    Authored by guitarist Brian May, Queen in 3-D highlights 300 previously unseen photos throughout Queen's career that have been transformed into 3-D images thanks to the included Ultralite Owl 3-D viewer.
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  • Queen Funko Pop! Figures (Set of 5)

    Funko Pop! figures are just a cute and fun way to show off your fandom, especially your Queen fandom in this set of five figures.
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  • Freddie Mercury Periodic Table Symbol T-Shirt

    If you or someone you know loves Queen and science, then they absolutely need this t-shirt, which comes in five different colors and men's sizes S-2XL.
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  • 'I Want To Drink Tea!' Mug

    It's strange but it's true, we can't get over the way we love this mug that pays tribute to the music video for "I Want To Break Free."
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  • 'Brian May's Red Special' Book

    Brian May's "Red Special" is one of the most legendary guitars in rock history. May and his father, Harold, began building the guitar in 1963, and the instrument has gone on to accompany May throughout his entire career.
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  • Brian May Signature Electric Guitar - Antique Cherry

    For the fan that's just dying to get their hands on "Red Special," this replica will probably more than suffice.
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  • Mercury Retrograde Sign

    This is just a nice thought to have whenever Mercury is in retrograde.
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  • Freddie Mercury cookie cutter

    Freddie Mercury was no cookie-cutter frontman, but now you can make cookies in the shape of one of the greatest frontmen to ever live.
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  • Queen Piano/Vocal/Guitar Songbook

    This Queen songbook highlights 35 of the band's biggest hits including "Bohemian Rhapsody," "Fat Bottomed Girls," "Under Pressure" and more.
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  • Freddie Mercury Plate Covers

    Available for light switches (single and double) and for outlets, these bold plate covers are simply electric!
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  • Freddie Mercury Yellow Belted Jacket

    This belted yellow jacket is a replica of one of Freddie's most recognizable stage outfits. This jacket comes in men's and women's sizes from XXS-3X.
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  • Queen Monopoly

    Queen is so iconic they have their own edition of Monopoly! Queen Monopoly's featured properties are various venues from around the world that are of significance to the band's history. As for the six included tokens, they are: Frank, the "News of the World" robot; A lady on a bicycle for “Bicycle Race”; A vacuum cleaner for the “I Want to Break Free” video; A hammer for “Hammer to Fall”; Brian May's "Red Special" guitar; and a war-time radio for "Radio Ga Ga."
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