CHRISTIE'S

      Christie's is a British auction house. It was founded in 1766 by James Christie. Its main premises are on King Street, St James's, in London and in the Rockefeller Center in New York City.

Christie's Auction 2005 Bob Dylan
POP MEMORABILIA. Catalogue for the South Kensington 28 September 2005 auction,
Bob Dylan and Beatles memorabilia.
Christie's Auction 2013 Bob Dylan
DYLAN GOES ELECTRIC. Catalogue for 6 December 2013 auction, 53 pages, England

     DYLAN GOES ELECTRIC (6 December 2013): "Christie's is pleased to announce a dedicated sale of Bob Dylan material, to be highlighted by the Fender Stratocaster electric guitar owned and used by him during his infamous, groundbreaking performance at the Newport Folk Festival on July 25, 1965. The auction, which is taking place in New York on December 6, 2013, will present a total of six lots, which in addition to the guitar will also include five lots of newly discovered song lyrics by Bob Dylan, dating to his most important recording period, 1965-1966. The guitar is estimated at $300,000-500,000."
     The Sunburst Fender Stratocaster was finally sold for $965,000.

Christie's Auction 2022 catalogue
Catalogue for THE EXCEPTIONAL SALE MMXXII, 7 July 2022, London




Christie's Auction 2022 Bob Dylan
Coaster made for THE EXCEPTIONAL SALE, 7 July 2022.
The price reached by the one-copy-only disc was exceptional too, better say quite ridiculous: 1.2 million pounds ($1.44 million). Fees brought the final price to 1.482 million pounds ($2 millions).


    

  

 

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