Lenin’s Fountain auctioned for nearly two million dollars
Lenin’s Fountain auctioned for nearly two million dollars|A glass of famous London-based musician and singer John Lennon has been auctioned for $ 100,000. London’s leading auction house Saddlebiz has described the lens as “very important in the history of rock and roll. On Friday, December 13th, a necklace of the Beatles music band member George Harrison was also auctioned at the Saddlebiz with this lens. It resembles a hippie-shaped necklace with a cow’s neck. News agency AFP reports that Beatles legend Lennon left the fountain in the backseat of his car about fifty years ago. Then the Beatles’ drummer Ringo Starr and his partner George Harrison’s driver Alan Herring found the fountain. In the summer of 1968, I cooked John, Rango, and George and took them to the office,” said a statement issued by Saderbiz quoting Herring. When John got off the car, I saw that he had forgotten his fountain in the car. A glass and bow of this lens were broken. I asked John if I could repair the springs and return them. So they said it’s not a problem, they were just for the time being. Herring said they did not repair the fountains. This linen fountain and Harrison’s necklace were purchased by an unknown person at an online auction. Then the items were sold for 13,350 dollars. John Lennon, an English artist, was forty years old when Mark Chapman was assassinated outside his apartment in New York in the 1980s. John Lennon was at the height of his fame at that time. Thanks to his music and voice, he has had millions of fans worldwide. The Beatles still hold a credible position in rock music today.