Sunday, May 13, 2012
Jerry's Guitar - Sold for $62,500
Believe it or Not, but Jerry's acoustic guitar and other stuff still have value - monetary value. Deadheads, I suspect collectors too, recently bid on items that were once Jerry's or belonged to his family members. Some of the things are unique, for sure. For instance, this Skull & Roses banner was used in the actual Grateful Dead Movie. I would love to have this, but I could never afford to buy it. I would not even know how to get to the Bonham's auction house. Nonetheless, it is interesting that things that were once Jerry are still finding their way out in public and being sold at auction houses for a fairly decent amount of money.
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