Lock of John Lennon's hair could fetch up to $10k at auction
Heritage Auctions said the hair was clipped and saved by a hairdresser in Germany in 1966.
DALLAS A lock of singer John Lennon's hair is expected to sell for more $10,000 when it is sold at auction later this month.
Heritage Auctions, which is selling the hair of the late singer, said it was clipped and saved by a hairdresser in Germany in 1966.
To the best of our knowledge, this is the largest lock of Lennons hair ever sold at auction, the auction house said in a statement.
The sale, which will be held on 20 February, will include other items linked to the Beatles.