Banksy's Mariachi Player mural will highlight a sale of street art at Julien's Auctions in Beverly Hills on June 26 with a $150,000-200,000 estimate.
The work was created in 2001 while the artist was on tour in Mexico with Bristol, UK-based amateur football team the Easton Cowboys.
The piece is one of a number of murals he painted in Mexico, many of which contain messages of support for the Zapatistas - a radical left wing group that fights for a range of issues, including the return of land to indigenous peoples.
Other lots include Anarchy Rat, which was painted in a Berlin graveyard in the early 2000s and carries an estimate of $50,000-70,000.
It was one of the first of the artist's works to be professionally removed and preserved for sale.
The market for Banksy is exceptionally buoyant, with his Kissing Coppers selling for $575,000 at Fine Art Auctions Miami in February this year.
Last year, Flower Girl made $204,000 at Julien's.
The sale will feature work from other well known artists, including 10 Ways to Make Him Notice You - a large scale piece painted in Berlin by the FAILE collective.
The group was established in 1999 and is known for its use of multimedia.
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