The collection includes Dylan’s original Blood On The Tracks notebooks, handwritten lyrics to “Chimes of Freedom,” “Ballad of a Thin Man” and “Dignity” and footage of the artist performing at Toronto’s Massey Hall in 1980, New York’s Supper Club in 1993 and rehearsing for the 1975 Rolling Thunder Revue. There’s also a manuscript of his 1971 book Tarantula, hundred of tape reels and a 1978 postcard from Barbra Streisand. The real value is estimated to be worth more than $60 million. The transaction was brokered by Glenn Horowitz, a New York-based rare book dealer. Before this moment Dylan has largely kept his items out of the public eye and rarely discussed his creative process.