Monday, May 22, 2006

Lennon under the hammer

Two letters, in which the late John Lennon talked about the breakdown of his first marriage, could fetch up to £30,000 at auction on Thursday.
They were penned to first wife Cynthia and his cousin Leila in 1975 and 1976.The typed letter to Cynthia, mother of his son Julian, is signed ‘your famous ex-husband’ and features sketches of a face and trees.
Also going under the hammer at an auction of Beatles memorabilia at Christie’s in London on Thursday is a shirt worn by Lennon during the recording of She Loves You in 1963, which could go for £12,000. Other lots include a rare copy of the singe A Hard Day’s Night signed by every Beatle that could sell for £15,000.


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