The one copy of a disk of Bob Dylan’s “Blowin’ In The Wind” that the singer-songwriter recorded in 2021 bought for $1.77 million at public sale on Thursday, above its worth estimate.

The disk, within the new Ionic Authentic audio format, was Dylan’s first studio recording of the folks basic since 1962, mentioned Christie’s which carried out the sale in London.

Saved in a wood cupboard, the disk options etched signatures of the Grammy Award and Nobel Prize winner, musician and producer Joseph Henry ‘T Bone’ Burnett III, and mastering engineer Jeff Powell.

Dylan reportedly wrote the tune in simply 10 minutes in a Greenwich Village café in New York Metropolis in 1962, Christie’s mentioned.

The hammer worth of 1.2 million kilos ($1.44 million) exceeded the estimate of 600,000 kilos to 1 million kilos. Charges introduced the ultimate worth to 1.482 million kilos. ($1 = 0.8324 kilos).

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