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iPod signed by Bill Clinton sells for $2,200

Written by: Staff

New York, March 13: A red 8GB iPod emblazoned with former US President Bill Clinton's signature has been sold at an online charity auction.

The ipod contained songs by Elton John and Van Morrison.

It pulled in more than 2,200 dollars in the auction run by the Web site Tonic, reports the New York Daily News.

Proceeds from the auction will be utilised for a programme called 'Music Rising', which aims at replacing instruments lost by Gulf Coast musicians, schools and churches during the devastating 2005 storms.

Besides the iPod signed by Clinton, the auction also saw a player autographed by talk show maven Ellen DeGeneres selling for 5,101 dollars.


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