Want to own a piece of Tupac history? All you need is $38,500.

According to TMZ, the late rapper's handwritten lyrics of "Catchin Feelings," which appears on 2002's Better Dayz, are currently on sale. An ex-employee of California-based memorabilia company Moments in Time acquired the lyrics at a studio where Tupac had originally recorded the song back in 1996. 

The letter isn't the only Tupac-related item that the company is selling. Currently featured on the site is what Moments in Time claims to be the "earliest known letter of Tupac Shakur," a love letter  to a girl who was in his drama class named Beethoven, on sale for $35,000.

Also on sale is a handwritten five-page letter written while Tupac was incarcerated at Clinton Correctional Facility in Dannemora, New York. This piece of history, which reads as a philosophical conversation on whether not thug life is dead, is going for a fixed price of $225,000.

September 13 marks the 20th anniversary of Tupac's untimely death. All Eyez on Me, the highly anticipated biopic about the life and times of the rapper, was initially slated for a September release, but has been pushed back to November.