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Posted: July 3, 2014 at 4:21 a.m.

Lou Reed left an estate worth more than $20 million, his executors said in a new court filing that provides a glimpse of the value of the musical rights and other assets he acquired during a more than 40-year career. Reed's executors -- his business manager and accountant -- have tallied $20.3 million worth of copyrights, music-publishing interests and other assets, they said in court papers filed Monday in Manhattan.

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