Wow. 0001 not really the first but...wow. Part 1954 anyway. The other was bought in Manny's I think  in NYC in 1970. Seamus will know all. 

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the auction estimates are way to low on the stuff

I agree  - low. 0001 in light blue and the '69 Black and even Homer Haynes 1954 restored - superb stuff. 

I can see the black strat at least $500K

Yes, when one thinks what been been done and recorded with this/these.

I would think it would hammer over $1 million. The way this thing is being promoted, it’s going to attract a lot of deep pocketed people who want a trophy… Not necessarily regular collectors. When those types get in the mix, throw logical pricing out the window. 

I've already said it will top a million.  Jimmy will buy it if hes buying guitars

I also wouldn’t be surprised if it hit the mil mark. The value is incredible

Yes saw this Eric - very exciting!! I think its going to go ballistic income-wise  - 130 guitars. https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-features/pink-floyd-david-...

Even the Ovation will command crazy money. I wish everyone who purchased 1 was able to get it signed and inscribed 

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