Scarce partly-printed DS, signed twice “J. W. Lennon,” three pages on two sheets, 8 x 10, June 4, 1965. A memorandum of agreement between Lennon and the Danish publishing firm H. M. Bergs Forlag A. S., in which Lennon grants the latter party the exclusive license to publish 'In His Own Write' in the Danish language. Signed twice on the last page in black ink by Lennon. In very good to fine condition, with a corner crease and staple holes, and both signatures showing just a hint of pen trouble. Accompanied by a letter of authenticity from noted Beatles expert Frank Caiazzo. First published in London in 1964, Lennon's first literary effort was a thin volume comprised of nonsensical, disjointed short stories and line drawings. The first solo effort of any of the Beatles, In His Own Write remains a great showcase of Lennon's creative talent.
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