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Amy Winehouse's father gives her clothes to fans

Amy Winehouse performs onstage at Lollapalooza on Aug. 5, 2007, in Chicago. Getty

(CBS) Amy Winehouse's father surprised fans gathered outside her London home by handing out some of his daughter's possessions.

Mitch Winehouse gave the mourners some of the singer's tank tops, sunglasses and other trinkets on Thursday, according to Britain's The Sun.

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"These are Amy's T-shirts. This is what she would have wanted - for her fans to have her clothes," he explained.

A pair of the singer's signature ballet shoes was visible in his back pocket while he was handing out her things, according to the paper.

"God bless Amy Winehouse," he added, before leaving in a taxi.

The Sun reports that the singer's family kept her guitar and notebooks.

Fans have held vigil outside the singer's home since her death on Saturday, at the age of 27. On Tuesday, her parents visited with mourners gathered there to thank them for their support.

MTV News reports that some of Winehouse's family and friends gathered at the singer's favorite jazz club on Thursday to celebrate her life. Her parents were in attendance, along with friends including Kelly Osbourne, Eliza Doolittle and Mark Ronson, at Jazz After Dark in London's Soho neighborhood.