In this May 13, 1968 file photo, John Lennon appears at a news conference in New York. (AP Photo/John Lindsay, File)

When John Lennon was fatally shot in 1980 outside an apartment building, a concierge rushed to his aid. The man, whose name is Jay Hastings, was wearing a white button down shirt that became soaked with Lennon’s blood.

According to WOGL, Hasting’s shirt has auctioned off the shirt for $40,819. Originally, it was expected to go for only about $9,000.

Photo via Heritage Auctions

The auction sale also included a signed copy of the album “Double Fantasy,” along with a typed letter of thanks from Yoko Ono to the apartment staff, a Thanksgiving cared signed by Lennon and Ono and a Rolling Stones articles with Hastings from 1981.