John Lennon’s eldest son Julian sells the rarest pieces of music from his private collection.

John Lennon’s “Magical Mystery Tour” coat and his “Help!” , three guitars and Paul McCartney’s handwritten notes for “Hey Jude” are some of the most coveted Beatles memorabilia ever sold at the Token Non-Fold Auction (NFT).

The NFT series called “Lennon Connection: The NFT Collection” opened for trading on Monday and will launch on February 7 in conjunction with YellowHeart NFT Market and Julien’s Auctions. Part of the NFT auction sale will be donated to the Lennon White Feather Foundation.

The original physical items will be stored by Julian and the buyer will own the unique NFT rights. Each NFT in the set will be presented as an audiovisual set, voiced by Julian Lennon himself.

It is said that the most famous item for which the highest price is expected is Paul McCartney’s handwritten note for “Oh Jude”. The NFT price per item starts at $ 30,000.

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Julien’s auction had previously sold other Beatles memorabilia, raising millions of dollars at auction. Some of the more well-known items include one of John Lennon’s acoustic guitars that sold for $ 2.4 million, Ringo Starr’s own drum kit that sold for $ 2.2 million, and a Ringo plastic that was used on The Ed Sullivan Show . in 1964, which was sold. for $ 2.1 million.

NFTs have become the latest trend in crypto and many believe they want to change the art industry. Great artists and celebrities have abandoned traditional NFT auctions as they have become the latest trend in the art industry.

Source: CoinTelegraph