15 Pieces Of Music Memorabilia That People Paid Truckloads Of Cash For
Do you have an affinity for music memorabilia? Do you like luxury cars with a personal touch? If so, this list is definitely for you! We'll be exploring some of the most interesting auction items from famous musicians.
First on our list is something from David Bowie's estate. After his untimely death in 2016, many of Bowie's belongings were put up for auction. One item in particular - his handwritten lyrics to "Starman" - sold for an astounding £200,000. The lucky bidder was Olivier Varenne from Australia who plans to display it in the Museum of Old and New Art's expanded library.
If Rolling Stones are more your style, Ronnie Wood had some memorabilia up for grabs back in 2012. A white leather coat sold for $8,960, and a lithograph of Eric Clapton drawn by Wood fetched $5120. Despite being made out of cardboard, a guitar cutout gifted to wood by Keith Richards still managed to sell for $6,875.