In a statement made by Julien Auction House, it was stated that the 12-string acoustic guitar of Lennon, the vocalist of the famous British music group The Beatles, who was killed in 1980, which has been missing for 50 years and found in an attic, was put up for sale.

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In the statement of the Auction House, it was stated that the guitar was sold for a record price of 2 million 857 thousand dollars.

The statement said the guitar was used by Lennon and fellow band member guitarist George Harrison during the recording of the albums "Help" and "Rubber Soul" released in 1965.

It was noted that the guitar was also played by Lennon himself in the movie "Help", which bears the same name as the album, and it was informed that this guitar was one of the band's lost instruments.

Editor: John Wickey