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A single lock of John Lennonís hair was recently auctioned off at the 12th Record Collectors Auction in Gerona, Spain for a record $4250. This lock of hair was purportedly yanked out of Lennonís head by the man himself and given to a very enthusiastic fan in 1964 at a Denver, Colorado concert.
A British company had certified that the lock was indeed from John Lennon. The auction house originally expected the lock of hair to only bring in about $1100; however a bidding war ensued between a Beatles fan from Hong Kong and a hairdresser from Spain. The fan from Hong Kong won and stated to the press that he would have gone as high as $11,500 for the lock.