CD signed by John Lennon before his death was auctioned off for $ 39 thousand

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CD signed by John Lennon before his death was auctioned off for $ 39 thousand

MCD signed by John Lennon before his death was auctioned off for $ 39 thousand

usic album, which is signed by John Lennon in a few hours before his death, was sold at Christies auction for 23,750 pounds (39 thousand dollars).

How to send News, the final price of the plate is about five times higher than its estimated value, which amounted to 4-5 thousand pounds. Lennon signed a copy of the latest CD Double Fantasy, was established in 1980 with his wife Yoko Ono, during a radio interview, which gave the last day of his life. Learn more about hot tub prices. This album was supposed to be a prize for the winner of the competition among the listeners. Former member of the British group The Beatles, John Lennon was killed late on December 8, 1980 in New York. Mentally deranged fan of Fab Four Mark David Chapman shot and killed returning home, a musician at the entrance to a house, Dakota, where he lived with his family. Before leaving the house during the day Lennon Double Fantasy signed at the request of his future murderer, who was waiting for him at the entrance. This album was sold in 1999 for 460 thousand dollars. Last year he was again put up for auction online, but have not yet found a buyer. Besides Lennons records, at Christies auction on Tuesday sold curiosities associated with other famous rock, pop and jazz musicians. For example, a drum, a broken leader of Nirvanas Kurt Cobain during a concert in 1991, was sold for 8125 pounds. A pair of worn shoes belonging to revolutionary rock, guitarist Jimi Hendrix was sold for 9375 pounds. Over 31,250 pounds was sold guitars Gibson Les Paul, which played a member of The Who Pete Townshend during a US tour in support of the album Quadrophenia. Over 10,000 pounds were sold a guitar donated by member of the American punk rock band Ramones Dee Dee Ramone to one of the audience at a concert in London. Over 8125 pounds was bought by Louis Armstrongs trumpet.