Julian Lennon selling Beatles memorabilia as NFTs

Julian Lennon selling Beatles memorabilia as NFTs

John Lennon’s clothes, Paul McCartney’s hand-written notes for ‘Hey Jude’ and other Beatles’ memorabilia are auctioned as NFT collectibles, his son Julian announced in a tweet.

The physical items, which also include the coat that John Lennon was wearing in the film for ‘The Magical Mystery Tour’ and three Gibson guitars, will remain of course in the property of Julian Lennon, who will only monetize them their digital version.

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According to BBC, the most expensive item is expected to be Paul McCartney’s notes, with a starting price of £22,260.

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