The Yamaha G2 model piano, which Mercury bought in 1975 and composed songs such as "Killer Queen" and "Bohemian Rhapsody", was sold for 2.2 million dollars at auction.
Freddie Mercury's Yamaha G2 model piano
A manuscript draft of "Bohemian Rhapsody" also found a buyer for about 1.7 million dollars.
Among the items put up for sale are Mercury's handwritten lyrics, stage costumes, instruments, and pieces from his collection of works by famous artists.
It was stated that around 6 million pounds (approximately 7.5 million dollars) was expected from the sale and that some of the proceeds would be donated to charity.
Freddie Mercury, whose real name was Farrokh Bulsara, was born in 1946 on Zanzibar Island, located on the west coast of the Indian Ocean.
Founded in London, the capital of England in 1970 by Brian May, Roger Taylor, and Freddie Mercury, Queen has reached more than 300 million album sales worldwide.
Freddie Mercury died in 1991.
Source: Anadolu Agency