Source: Yahoo Finance

Key Points:

  • Memorabilia to be sold as NFTs from Julian Lennon, John Lennon’s son
  • NFTs to be sold so Lennon doesn’t part with actual goods
  • Money raised from NFTs to go to charity

John Lennon’s son, Julian, is turning items from his personal collection of Beatles memorabilia into NFTs, or non-fungible tokens, that are being sold at auction.

The items, which are each one of a kind, include the coat John Lennon wore in the “Magical Mystery Tour” film and three Gibson guitars the music legend gifted his son.

The centerpiece of the “Lennon Connection” auction are notes written by Paul McCartney for the song “Hey Jude,” which was originally titled “Hey Jules” as a letter to a 5-year-old Julian when John and his first wife, Cynthia, Julian’s mother, divorced. Experts predict the “Hey Jude” notes could fetch more than $60,000.

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