At minimum, $2,500. The rock auction also showcases a Paul McCartney jacket, Bob Dylan’s handwritten song sheet and band-signed copies of Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd albums.
The decision on Monday by the country's highest court not to hear the case definitively ends the legal challenges which had been closely watched by the music industry.
Led Zeppelin persuaded a US appeals court to reinstate a jury verdict that it did not steal the opening guitar riff for "Stairway to Heaven".
The band, as well as lead singer Robert Plant and guitarist Jimmy Page, were accused of copyright infringement for stealing the riff from "Taurus", a song written in 1967 by guitarist Randy Wolfe of the lesser-known band Spirit.
The high profile trial ends with jury clearing Led Zeppelin of copyright infringement allegation involving the band's iconic song
A jury will decide next week if the legendary Led Zeppelin rock song might borrow too much from music by the lesser known band Spirit.
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