An NFT of Paul McCartney’s ‘Hey Jude’ notes sold for over USD$76,000

Julian Lennon, son of John minted a collection of six non-fungible tokens based on memorabilia from his personal collection.  The six NFTs minted from various pieces of Beatles memorabilia in Julian Lennon’s personal collection sold for a combined USD$158,720 via YellowHeart and Julien’s Auctions earlier in February.

One of the NFTs featuring a photo of Paul McCartney’s handwritten notes for “Hey Jude” was the biggest seller going for USD$76,800. Other big ticket items included an NFT of John Lennon’s  Help! cape which went for USD$12,800.  The NFT of John’s Afghan coat from Magical Mystery Tour sold for USD$22,400 and an NFT of a 1959 Gibson guitar Lennon gifted his son also sold for $22,400.


Leave a Reply