Eminem has never rapped about slanging bricks like many of his peers, but technically he could now if he wanted to. In honor of the 16th anniversary of The Marshall Mathers LP (weird anniversary to celebrate, but OK), the Detroit rapper is offering collectibles commemorating the album including 700 authentic bricks from his childhood home, which was featured on the cover of the album and its 2013 sequel The Marshall Mathers LP 2. The state of Michigan ordered the house at 19946 Dresden Street be knocked down due to structural safety issues. Eminem and team noticed and salvaged the materials. Given some of the details of what went down in that crib on the album, it’s a little creepy to own a part of it, but it’s a good idea in theory and pretty novel as far as collectibles go. Packages also include a cassette re-release with a 3D motion printed cover, dog tags in collaboration with Brooklyn-based mill and street-wear mainstay Good Wood, and T-shirts. For more details and purchase info check out Eminem’s website. Photos of all the collectible memorabilia are below.