The undated (typed by Lennon probably in 1971) letter, with handwritten annotations, is being auctioned off by RR Auction at an estimated value of $20,000 or more.
An ultra-rare Beatles record is going under hammer next month. The record, pressed at the HMV record store on London’s Oxford Street, kept in a loft for decades, is described as “one of the rarest and most collectable of all Beatles records”
The red brick terrace at 9 Newcastle Road in Wavertree, where the Beatles singer/songwriter lived from his birth in 1940, went for £480,000 at auction in the Cavern Club.
On New Year’s Eve 1961 the Beatles went to London and the following day they were auditioned by Decca producer Tony Meehan.
The Beatles’ audition tape that was infamously rejected by a record company boss – because he thought guitar groups were ‘on the way out’ – is now to be auctioned with a pre-sale estimate of £30,000.