Legendary Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi sold out his personal items, including one of his guitars, via the auction of the United Kingdom’s National Health Service (NHS).
According to BBC, it was reported that he raised over £19K, approximately $23K, by the sale of his personal belongings.
The legendary guitarist also stated that the coronavirus outbreak was ‘difficult for everyone’ but showed the ‘great work‘ of the National Health Services.
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Back on April 8, Tony Iommi has participated in an important campaign for all of the medical workers in Birmingham, UK via eBay.
On April 6, Tony Iommi launched an eBay auction to support the medical workers in the wake of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
In the auction, some really rare albums of Black Sabbath will be sold to the buyers. All items will come from the musician’s personal collection and signed for the winning bidder.
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