JULIEN'S AUCTION, New York City
Julien's Auctions was founded in 2003 by Darren Julien and co-owned with Martin Nolan, is a privately held, world record-breaking auction house based in Culver City, California. Julien's Auctions produces auctions in the categories of Film Memorabilia, Music (Rock & Roll) Memorabilia, Sports Memorabilia, and Street and Contemporary Art. The company has a global presence bringing their auctions and preview exhibitions to cities such as Los Angeles, Beverly Hills, New York City, Las Vegas, London, Tokyo, and Macau, and their auctions accommodate bidders both live as well as online via live streaming video and mobile technology.
Here are catalogues for Dylan related auctions:
| 19 May 2018 auction in New York: Music Icons, 254 pages. 4 pages of Dylan items, including an handwritten Blowin' In The Wind ($50 000 - 70 000)
| 19 May 2018 auction in New York: Robbie Robertson, 52 pages. The Fender guitar sold by Robbie Robertson and used by Bob Dylan during the 1965 and 1966 tour is the star the catalogue; it was sold for
Dylan used the Tele during the recording of 'Blonde On Blonde' and it was later used by Robertson during much of his time with The Band, including him playing it during the recording of 'Music From Big Pink' and 'The Band' (Brown Album). Over the years the Telecaster has gone through a plethora of changes having been stripped of its original black finish, being re-routed to accommodate a humbucker pickup in the neck position and being fitted with a Bigsby tremolo arm. In fact, there's not much of the original guitar left! (information: bobdylanisis.com)
| 9 & 10 November 2018 auction in New York: Icons & Idols; Bob Dylan's black motorcycle jacket worn on the cover of the 1984 Real Live album will be offered