Former Beatle George Harrison left nearly $155 million in his will, according to court documents released Friday.
The High Court documents that revealed the value of Harrison's estate were released on the first anniversary of his death from cancer at age 58.
The documents that were released did not, however, reveal the will's beneficiaries or how Harrison's estate was divided.
Harrison's estate included the mansion in Henley-on-Thames, west of London, where a knife-wielding attacker stabbed Harrison and his wife in 1999.
"George dedicated a lot of his life to obtain a good ending and I don't have any doubt that he was successful," his wife of 23 years, Olivia Harrison, 54, recently told NBC.
The two surviving Beatles, Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, were scheduled to join Eric Clapton in a tribute concert Friday at the Royal Albert Hall to raise money for the Material World Charitable Foundation, a charity founded by Harrison nearly 30 years ago.
Harrison worked on his music until his death and recorded a final album, "Brainwashed," that was released this month after his 25-year-old son, Dhani, added guitar and vocal tracks.