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Things didn’t work out quite as planned when pop star Lady Gaga offered her childhood piano up for auction Saturday.
The bids that were received for the item failed to meet the reserve price, according to Billboard — the lowest price a seller will accept.
The pop legend said that she wrote her first song using the upright piano when she was five years of age.
The piano was part of a “music icons” auction held at the Hard Rock Cafe New York, conducted by Los Angeles-based Julien’s Auctions.
The estimated value of the item was between $100,000 and $200,000.
The auction house wouldn’t disclose what the reserve price was, or whether the item would be offered for auction again.
Other items included a 1969 Gibson Dove guitar owned by Elvis Presley that fetched $334,000. It was one of 85 Presley memorabilia that was auctioned off.
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