Bob Dylan’s owned and stage-played 1963 Martin D-28 acoustic guitar – played for over a decade and through the entire set at George Harrison’s 1971 Concert for Bangladesh – sold for $396,500 at an Entertainment and Music Memorabilia Auction held November 11th by Heritage Auctions in Dallas, Tex. The seller was Larry Cragg, Dylan’s guitar technician, who bought the guitar from Dylan in 1977 for $500. The guitar came with that purchase receipt, plus the original case. The price includes the buyer’s premium.
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