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These are Bob Dylan's handwritten and signed working lyrics for "Just Like A Woman," first recorded by Dylan for his historic 1966 album "Blonde on Blonde." Dylan has handwritten the entire song on two pages, and has signed the second page, in grey graphite pencil. An additional, very cool aspect of these handwritten pages is that the two pages must have been resting against each other over a long period of time because you can see an impression of the pencil writing from Dylan of each page on the other. It probably took years to do this, but you can see it's the writing in reverse. "Just Like A Woman" is one of Dylan's most important pieces that raised rock to a completely new level and gave it a new direction. It was performed by Dylan with George Harrison and Leon Russell on harmony at the Concert for Bangladesh in 1971. Each page measures approximately 5.25 x 7.5. Very good condition, with tape on the back of each page where it has been repaired. Please contact us at 212-750-7900 for further condition information. In addition to the James Spence Authentication (JSA) Letter of Authenticity, these lyrics also come with a detailed Letter of Authenticity from Clinton Heylin, Dylan's archivist. The lyrics were on exhibition at the Museum of the City of New York: Folk City - New York Folk Music Exhibit, which was created in cooperation with Dylan. Also accompanied by a Gotta Have Rock & Roll Certificate of Authenticity.
Bob Dylan Handwritten and Signed "Just Like A Woman" Working Lyrics JSA
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Minimum Bid: $30,000
Final Bid: $91,000
Estimate: $75,000 - $125,000
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