Page 2 - Pharrell's Big Grammys Hat On eBay: Other Celeb Memorabilia Auctioned Off
Pharrell's famous hat will soon join the weird and wonderful list of other random celebrity memorabilia that has been sold on. Last August, a blue jacket that had belonged to the late Beatle John Lennon was sold for £7,000 at a Derbyshire auction.
There Has Been A Few John Lennon Items Auctioned Off Lately.
The Beatles sale was certainly an exciting item to surface but it is definitely not the most unusual Lennon item to be sold at auction. The coat's sale coincided with a slightly creepier buy that went to a Canadian dentist, Michael Zuk, who paid £20,000 for Lennon's rotten tooth with the intention of extracting the DNA to try to create a Lennon clone. We'll report back on that if anything ever comes of it...
In 2006, a radio station got hold of a piece of Justin Timberlake's half-eaten French toast and sold it to a besotted 19 year-old 'N Sync fan for $3,000; the proceeds of which went to Timberlake's charity.
A Piece Of Elvis' Hair Fetched $15K At Auction.
Hair also seems to be a trendy celebrity sell at auction with a chunk of Elvis Presley's barnet auctioned off for $15,000 in 2009, a clump of The Rolling Stones' Mick Jagger's famous 'do sold for £4,000 this July, and strands of Michael Jackson's burnt hair were bought by a gambling website for $11,000 with plans to turn the scraps into a roulette wheel in 2011.
Someone Bought A Lock Of Mick Jagger's Hair For £4,000 Last Year.
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