In ‘Titanic,’ Leonardo DiCaprio famously declared, “I’m king of the world!” And while it may not be quite as grand, two Vietnamese buyers are now kings — or at least owners — of the smallest town in the US after buying it this week for $900,000.
So as it turns out, the estate of Michael Jacksondoesn’t own the global publishing rights to every Beatles song ever. In fact, the North American rights to six early Fab Four songs have just been snapped up by a company you’ve probably never even heard of.
A 1979 Kiss record case sold for $4,000 during an eBay auction that ended on Dec. 4. This black wood case is a coveted piece of memorabilia and features the cover art from each of the original band members’ 1978 solo albums.
An original Portuguese Queen ‘Keep Yourself Alive’ vinyl single sold for big money during an Ebay auction on Oct. 31. This mega-rare 45 with picture sleeve was rated in excellent condition and after 11 bids, closed out at the hefty price of $1540.00.
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