But much of the value of his estate — include the storied unreleased recordings and videos from his vault — has not yet been established, according to a file released Friday by the Carver County District Court.
Prince died April 21 of an accidental overdose of the painkiller fentanyl, leaving no will. His estate has been valued between $100 million and $300 million before taxes. An asset inventory compiled by Bremer Trust estimated oroperty value total value of $25.4 million.
The inventory also lists about $110,000 in four bank accounts, unclaimed property, capital credits and cash, plus 67 10-ounce gold bars valued at nearly $840,000.
Prince’s companies, Paisley Park Enterprises Inc., NPG Records Inc., NPG Music Publishing and LotusFlow3r had more than $6 million in cash on hand at the time of his death.
NPG Records has an estimated $6.8 million in arbitration receivable.
There also are plenty of items that haven’t been assigned a value yet, including musical instruments, his jewelry collection, household furnishings, a 2006 Bentley and the iconic “Purple Rain” and “Graffiti Bridge” motorcycles.
Also unclear is the value of Prince’s trademarks and copyrights.