It became known that after the death in March 2019 soloist of the famous group “The Prodigy” Keith flint at auction was sold Gothic bed and ring for the nose almost 450 thousand dollars.
MTV awards was sold for 20.4 per thousand dollars
So, oak Gothic bed is handmade with steel parts, which resembles the throne, was sold under the hammer for 10.8 thousand of dollars. Bought one of the fans of the popular group, which met on Thursday, November 7, at the auction in Cambridge (UK).
Gothic bed was sold for 10.8 per thousand dollars
Accessories collection that belonged to the musician Keith flint was sold for 2.8 thousand dollars. This was reported by Sky News.
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The collection of Keith flint
It should be noted that the most expensive lots were the 3 awards from MTV, which was sold for 20.4 thousand dollars. In total, the auction sold 170 items that belonged to the famous singer. All money raised will be sent for repayment of debts of flint.
A large sculpture of an ant was sold for 10.2 thousand dollars
Recall that in the blood of the late leader of the band the Prodigy Keith flint found a large number of drugs, including cocaine and codeine. In addition, before his death, the musician drank a lot of alcohol.
As reported by the portal Znaia the representatives of the deceased singer of the popular band The Prodigy Keith flint said that his personal belongings will be exhibited for sale. The profit from this auction will be spent on repayment of debts of a famous singer.
The portal also Znayu wrote that the deceased lead singer of The Prodigy Keith flint found debts of millions of pounds.
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