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#667 - Beatles: John Lennon

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1968 document connecting John and Yoko
Description                           Estimate: $4,000+          

DS, one page, 8.25 x 11.75, May 14, 1968. Document from Morris Wigram & Company related to Yoko’s finances, detailing the balances to be paid. Signed at the bottom in green felt tip by Lennon. In very good to fine condition, with staple holes to upper left corner, punch holes to edges, and several horizontal folds. This document dates to around the same time that the relationship between Lennon and Ono began to take hold in earnest, and he would divorce his wife Cynthia within six months. Lennon and Ono were married less than a year later in March 1969. Meanwhile, tension was growing among the Beatles and the band would soon fracture and go their separate ways. An intriguing document from a most important time in Lennon’s personal and professional life. Pre-certified REAL.

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