Extremely rare 1969 Bob Dylan acetates found in New York

This one is for all the Dylan fans out there!

Last week a collection of extremely rare Bob Dylan acetates were found in a five story brownstone at 124 West Houston Street in Greenwich Village, New York. According to Recordmecca, Dylan used to rent the ground floor of the building somewhere between 1996 and 1972 and used it as a small ‘experimental’ studio back in the day.

After it’s owner death earlier this year, he executor found the rare collection of acetates in box labelled ‘Old Records’. The Houston St. Studios acetates originally belonged to Bob Dylan who – for some reason – discarded them or unknowingly left them in the building when he moved out in the early 70′s.

A part of the collection is put online for sale on Recordmecca with price tags ranging from $1700,- to $3000,- a piece.