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The Beatles 1972 Grammy Trustee Award Presented to The Beatle John Lennon (John Gifted the award to the Head of Apple Records who was also the President of NARAS / The Grammys).

The Grammy Trustees Award is presented to individuals who, during their careers in music, have made significant contributions, other than performance, to the field of recording. The Beatles won the award in 1972.

Each member was presented with their own Grammy, this example being the one that was presented to John Lennon.

The golden gramophone award is mounted on a wood base with an inscribed plaque affixed to it reading, “National Academy of Recording Artists and Sciences, National Trustees Awards 1972, To, The Beatles, John Lennon”.

Provenance: From the collection of the former head of Apple Records and the president of NARAS.

The consignor, a close friend of John Lennon, was given this award directly from John Lennon. The winning bidder will receive a letter from the executive confirming the details.

Beatles Grammys are virtually impossible to find and extremely hard to obtain.

This example is exceptional and is a museum quality item.

Good condition.

Authentication: Letter of Provenance and a Gotta Have Rock and Roll Certificate of Authenticity.
The Beatles 1972 Grammy Trustee Award Presented to The Beatles John Lennon (Gifted to Former Head of Apple Records and President of NARAS)
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Minimum Bid: $150,000
Final Bid: $125,000
Estimate: $200,000 - $300,000
Number of Bids:1
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