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Resurrecting a Piece of History: John Lennon’s Framus Guitar Discovered in Attic and Set for Auction

The discovery of John Lennon’s lost guitar in the attic

Resurrecting a Piece of History: John Lennon’s Framus Guitar Discovered in Attic and Set for Auction

In a stunning turn of events, a guitar believed to have once been owned by John Lennon has been discovered in an attic in the United Kingdom. The instrument, a Framus 12-string Hootenanny guitar, is estimated to be worth between 600,000 and 800,000 dollars and is set to be auctioned off at the end of May.

The guitar was previously owned by musician Gordon Waller, who received it from John Lennon in 1965. After passing away, the instrument was passed down to his manager before gathering dust in the attic for more than 50 years. It was only recently that the guitar was discovered by the heirs of the manager and sold to Julien’s Auctions.

In preparation for the auction, Julien’s Auctions decided to refurbish the instrument so that it can be played once again. Aside from this exciting news about the rediscovered guitar, some online platforms and gaming profiles associated with the name “Kazino” have also been listed. These profiles range from gaming forums to social media platforms and online pinboards.

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