Beatles lyrics penned by Sir Paul McCartney have been sold for $192,000 (£97,000) at an auction in New York.
The lyrics were penned on a piece of Apple headed notepaper
The handwritten early version of Maxwell's Silver Hammer from 1968 were given to the musician's biographer Barry Miles soon afterwards.
A guitar owned by the late Jimi Hendrix which had been kept at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame fetched $168,000 (£85,000) at the Christie's sale.
A page from Britney Spears's schoolbook made only $240 (£120).
It contained the pop star's handwritten review of a Sophocles translation from when she attended junior high school at the age of 13, with notes from her teacher including "write more neatly".
Hendrix's guitar is a Fender Stratocaster
The auctioneer was forced to start the bidding at only $50 (£25) due to a lack of interest.
Other sales included a notebook containing lyrics written by Bob Marley, which commanded $72,000 (£36,445).
A poem penned by Doors frontman Jim Morrison made (£25,500) - well beyond its $12,000 (£6,075) estimate.
Another item with a Beatles connection was sold for $38,400 (£19,435) - a taped interview with John Lennon from 1974 which formed the basis of an article for Crawdaddy magazine.
He discussed his songwriting technique and the possibility of a Beatles reunion.