The Beatles’ Hey Jude lyrics manuscript was sold online for $ 910,000

The Beatles’ Hey Jude lyrics manuscript was sold online for $ 910,000

The Beatles’ “Hey Jude” lyrics manuscript was sold online for $ 910,000
在披头士乐队解散50周年之际,当地时间4月10日,在洛杉矶朱利安拍卖行(Auction house Julien’s )举行有关披头士的主题在线拍卖中,保罗·麦卡特尼1968年7月在When London Trident Studio recorded “Hey Jude”, the lyric manuscripts written in a hurry were eventually sold for $ 910,000, which was much higher than the original estimate of $ 160,000.The auction house did not disclose the corrected information of the buyer of the “Hey Jude” manuscript, only that it was an American collector.Paul McCartney’s scribbled manuscript when recording “Hey Jude” in London in 1968.In addition to the most popular merchandise of this auction-Paul McCartney’s lyrics manuscript, the source of the Julian auction house, the Beatles’ first North American tour in 1964, used the Beatles logo at the San Francisco Bull Palace Arena.’S retro bass drum head is another top lot at the auction, which was eventually sold for $ 200,000.In addition, in 1969, John Lennon and Yoko Ono sold their “BAGISM” against the Vietnam War in the record “Bed in Peace” for $ 93,750. “Hello Goodbye”The music video shooting script was sold for $ 83,200, and the ashtray used by band drummer Ringo Starr at Abbey Road Studios in London was reduced to $ 32,500.In this auction, there are more than 250 commemorative items from the Beatles, but in order to deal with the new crown pneumonia epidemic, the Julian auction house can only receive digital real-time annotations by phone and remote online.Sauna, Night Net Editor Liu Zhen Wu Longzhen Proofreading Wu Xingfa