Sotheby’s are auctioning off one of Bono’s ‘stage worn leather jackets’ for charity, the Quincy Jones Listen Up Foundation. The current minimum bid is: US $10,575.00.
From the auction page:
This black leather jacket was worn by Bono the lead singer for the band U2 during the “Elevation” Tour in 2001. The jacket is a fine grade soft leather with a straight cut at the bottom. The heavy black stitching around the arms, front, pockets and sides create a dramatic effect, complimented by the two silver military style stripes and a head star on the front pocket. The jacket has a zipper front and a label inside which reads “odd Lynn” from London. It includes a Certificate of Authenticity signed by Quincy Jones and Darren Julien.
Condition: Very good condition. There is some silver paint around the stitching.
Measurements: Size Large