Source Pravda.Ru

Auction: John Lennon's car, Marilyn Monroe's appointment book

A white suit belonging to John Lennon that he wore on the album cover of "Abbey Road" sold for $118,000 at an auction Saturday while the Austin Princess he drove in the movie "Imagine" went for $150,000.

The automobile was bought by a private Japanese investor while Anthony Pugliese of World Films in Del Ray, Florida, bought the jacket, said Darren Julien, president of Julien's Auctions, the firm holding Saturday's auction in Las Vegas.

Pugliese also bought the jacket Lennon wore in "Imagine" for $32,000, Julien said.

Marilyn Monroe's 1961 appointment book was bought for $16,000 by goldenpalace.com and Elizabeth Taylor's headdress worn in the movie "Cleopatra" sold for $13,500, Julien said, AP reports.

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