NEW YORK (AP) — Elvis Presley. Marlon Brando. Andy Warhol. The A-list trifecta of music, film and art is being offered at Christie's auction house in November.

"Triple Elvis (Ferus Type)" and "Four Marlons" rate among Warhol's most famous portraits.

Christie's says the works have never appeared at auction and could bring a combined total of $130 million when they go up for bid on Nov. 12.

They're being sold separately, and estimates for each weren't yet available.

The Elvis was executed in ink and silver paint in 1963. It depicts the rock 'n' roll heartthrob as a cowboy, armed and shooting from the hip.

The Brando was created three years later and shows the Hollywood actor wearing a black leather jacket on a motorcycle.

They're being sold by German casino company WestSpiel, which acquired them in the late 1970s.