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John Lennon and The Beatles Memorabilia To Be Sold As NFTs




John Lennon’s eldest son Julian has announced an NFT range featuring digitised pieces of Lennon and Beatles memorabilia.

The range, which includes Lennon’s cape from the movie Help and Hey Jude notes written by Paul McCartney, will be sold via an online auction on Julian’s website next month, February 7.

While Julian will keep the physical items from his collection, fans will have the chance to bid on NFT versions of the memorabilia, which will be presented as audio-visual collectibles.

Other items included in the range are three guitars gifted to Julian from Lennon, as well as his Magical Mystery Tour Afghan coat.


A portion of the proceeds from the range will also be donated to The White Feather Foundation.


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“I’ve been collecting these personal items for about 30 years, and I was getting a bit fed up with them being locked away in a vault, where I’ve had to keep them because I didn’t want them to get damaged,” Lennon told Variety about the venture.

Check out the full range on Julian’s auction website here.

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