Fans and collectors with an interest in Bob Dylan won't want to miss this: a rare artwork by the legendary singer is auctioning in London on August 3.
The original charcoal and ink sketch with colouring, entitled Super Man at 110th & CPW and numbered "Idea No 3", was drawn by Dylan as an idea for a possible later painting.
Measuring approximately 12.5 x 8.5 inches, the centre-fold creased work has also been signed by Dylan - unusually as "Robert Dylan" - and inscribed, "Keep Rockin' Levon Helm (The Band)".
According to auction house Cameo of Berkshire, UK, the sketch also has impeccable provenance, having been consigned by The Bob Dylan Music Company and Rick Danko, bassist from The Band.
Which a relatively low estimate of £8,000-10,000, this is an unmissable opportunity to own a one-off collectible artwork by the man they don't call Robert Allen Zimmerman.
Elsewhere on the market, you can also find a one-of-a-kind Dylan autograph, scribed on the printed lyrics for On The Road Again, a track from Dylan's seminal 1965 album Bringing it All Back Home.
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