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Kurt Cobain’s Acoustic Guitar was sold for $6 Million at Auction

According to the report, Nirvana guitarist Kurt Cobain’s guitar which was played in MTV Unplugged show in 1993 had been sold for a record $6 million at an auction. With this deal, this guitar has become the most expensive guitar which has ever been sold at an auction. Pink Floyd’s guitarist David Gilmour’s guitar was sold for $4 Million in June 2019.

There are reports which suggest that founder of RODE Microphones Peter Freedman has purchased the guitar of Kurt Cobain and stated that he is going to organize a guitar display whose proceeds is going towards performing arts.

Julien’s Auctions sold the guitar and said that this guitar was used by Nirvana guitarist Kurt Cobain five months ago, he committed suicide.

Besides this, Julien’s Auctions also mentioned that the retro acoustic-electric 1959 Martin D-18E guitar was also used by Cobain in one of the most popular performances of Nirvana which was held in New York in 1993. In October 2019 his cigarette signed cardigan was sold for $3,00,000 which Kurt Cobain wore in the Unplugged session.

In the auction, recently, the picture of the iceberg which sank Titanic was auctioned for $15,000 on June 20. The reports suggest that the picture was taken by the captain of other ship that sailed by the iceberg 40 hours before in the daylight.

Reportedly, Captain W. Wood, who served on board the SS Etonian took this amazing picture. Some of our sources also reported that after the Titanic sank on April 15, 1912, this picture had been sent by Captain Wood to his great-grandfather Captain Wood along with a touchy letter which read, “I am sending you a sea picture, the Etonian running before a gale and the iceberg that sank the Titanic. We crossed the ice tracks 40hrs before her and in daylight so saw the ice easily and I got a picture.”

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