Julian Lennon is selling off three guitars given to him by his father.
John Lennon's son is to auction off some Beatles memorabilia, but the buyers won't get to keep them.
Son of a Beatle, Julian Lennon is selling off three guitars given to him by his father.
These as well as handwritten notes about the song 'Hey Jude' written by Paul McCartney, the classic song which was written at the time of Julian's parent's divorce to help cheer him up.
However, the items are not exactly physical items, instead the sale is of non-fungible tokens, a digital asset which will see the successful bidders claim ownership of a digital 'audio visual collectable' in which Julian Lennon narrates a 'specific and heartfelt memory'.