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Rare Kurt Cobain Drawing Sells At Auction For Huge Six-Figures

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A decades-old self-portrait drawing by late rock star Kurt Cobain has been sold at an auction for a massive price to an anonymous buyer. 

Cobain had given the drawing to a freelance photographer whilst touring on Nirvana‘s Nevermind album promotional tour in Singapore in 1992.

Julien’s Auctions reported that the sketch sold in the Music Icons auction for $281,250. Auctioneers have said that the buyer, anonymous, is a private collector and fan of Cobain.

The doodle is scribbled in black felt pen on stationary from TNT Music Centre and is signed “Kurdt Kobain Rock Star.”

Beside the caricature sketch of himself playing guitar, the rocker wrote: “I don’t know how to play and I don’t give a hoot!”

The grunge icon was only 27-years-old when he tragically died by suicide on April 5, 1994.

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