50-year-old lock of John Lennon’s hair auctioned for $35,000
This is crazy. A “significant lock” of John Lennon’s hair has been auctioned off to a UK buyer for $35,000!
Heritage Auctions, based in Dallas, Texas, said the four-inch piece of hair was bought by Paul Fraser, a memorabilia collector from the UK.
The lock is said to be the “largest lock of Lennon’s hair” ever sold at auction and was trimmed in September 1966 during the filming of Richard Lester-directed movie How I Won The War. Lennon appeared as Musketeer Gripweed in the film.
The lock of hair had been kept by a German hairdresser and was one of many pieces of Beatles memorabilia sold on Saturday (Feb 20), which included a signed photograph of the band sold for $42,500 and a sealed copy of the band’s controversial ‘butcher cover’ for ‘Yesterday and Today’ went for $125,000!
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