Largest Collection Of JIMI HENDRIX Music, Film, Artifacts Ever Offered For Sale
In an unprecedented announcement today, Ocean Tomo Auctions, LLC revealed the inclusion of a one-of-a-kind Jimi Hendrix Collection in The Ocean Tomo Fall 2006 Intellectual Property Auction on October 26 at Capitale in New York City. This remarkable lot, which contains more than 15,000 Hendrix assets, is considered by industry experts to be the most comprehensive Jimi Hendrix collection in existence.
"When we were approached with this collection, we knew we had to include it in our auction because it contains unreleased Jimi Hendrix music and video," said Dean Becker, Vice Chairman of Ocean Tomo. "We are currently auctioning the rights for Hendrix's music as claimed by the Michael Frank Jeffery Estate, on behalf of fourteen U.K.-based charities, and two other Hendrix-related lots. The unexpected combination of these four lots — the Jeffery Estate rights, the archive collection of raw material, the lost Jimi Hendrix song, 'Station Break', and the master rights to thirty-three songs recorded by Hendrix with Curtis Knight — suddenly makes this an opportunity with immense commercial potential for the right buyer."
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