Two pianos famously used by Elton John during the mid-’70s, have sold for a combined $162,000.

Denver’s KUSA-TV says the Steinway piano on which Elton recorded “Don’t Let the Sun Go Down on Me” and his version of “Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds” went for $110,500 at Saturday’s auction of the contents of Caribou, the one-time Colorado mountain studio favored during the ’70s by Elton, Chicago, Earth Wind and Fire, Joe Walsh and The Beach Boys.

A William Knabe baby grand on which Elton wrote “Philadelphia Freedom” fetched $52,500 at the same sale.

Another notable item, a bed once used by President Grover Cleveland, and also by Caribou Ranch visitors such as Elton, Jerry Lee Lewis and Michael Jackson, fetched $11,250.

Part of the proceeds from the sale will go to the Colorado Music Hall of Fame, which will induct Caribou Ranch (which operated from 1972 – ’85) this spring.