Nirvana’s performance on MTV Unplugged is as iconic as the band itself. Baby face Dave Grohl in a pony tail and turtleneck is certainly probably something you remember, but it’s hard to forget Kurt Cobain sitting their with his feet up on the chair, eyes closed, running through the hits while decked out in dad jeans, a t-shirt and that off-color green cardigan. The cardigan was made by Manhattan out of a blend of acrylic, mohair and lycra with a five button closure. That exact cardigan that Cobain wore—including the missing button, burn hole and discolorations—is now up for auction at Julien’s. It can be yours for the low, low starting price of $20k, but it’s estimated to go as high as $60k. And yes, we completely agree with you that if he knew this would happen Cobain probably would have destroyed the sweater. Here’s hoping it ends up in a museum somewhere.
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