The recording console that was used by Pink Floyd to record the iconic Dark Side of the Moon album is set to go up for auction later this month.
Pink Floyd's eighth studio album, which was released in March 1973, is one of the greatest records of all time and was primarily recorded at Abbey Road Studios in London.
The console, which is a TG12345 MK IV recording console lived in studio 2 at Abbey Road and is now the subjet of an auction by New York auctioneers Bonham's on March 27.
The console is expected to reach the six figures but no official estimation has been set.
The recording console is one of a two kind model, which was used also by Paul McCarntey and Wings, George Harrison, Ringo Starr, Kate Bush and The Cure.
It is owned by producer Mike Hedges currently, who bought it off Abbey Road in 1983. The console is listed on Bonhams website.