Paul McCartney's front door has sold for £6,875 ($11,316) in Christie's Out of the Ordinary sale in London.
The door to Paul McCartney's childhood home was recovered from a skip in 1964
The lot was rescued from a skip outside the musician's childhood home in Allerton, Liverpool by a local man in 1964. After storing it behind his sofa for many years, he sold it at auction in April last year for £5,060 ($7,780).
This latest price equates to growth of 36.8% since the last sale - displaying the buoyancy of the Beatles memorabilia market.
The September 3 sale included a wealth of fascinating items, including the stage curtain of legendary Parisian cabaret club L'Alcazar.
We have this lock of Paul McCartney's hair available.
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