John Lennon memorabilia offers rising values to savvy investors



2015-06-26 12:43:29

John Lennon memorabilia offers rising values to savvy investors

The market for John Lennon memorabilia is booming, even his toilet is hot property

Fifth on Forbes' latest top-earning dead celebrities list, John Lennon has enduring appeal, which is what investors in memorabilia look for when seeking long-term opportunities.

Recent strong auction results are testament to the popularity of John Lennon memorabilia with collectors and investors alike.

Lennon's handwritten lyrics to A Day in The Life made $1.2m at Sotheby's in June 2010, while the former Beatle's "Bed Peace" artwork from his and Yoko Ono's 1969 anti-war "Bed-In" brought 97,250 ($154,000) in November 2011.

Such is Lennon's appeal that more unusual items too can make significant sums. Lennon's porcelain toilet from his house in Berkshire, UK, sold for 9,500 ($14,780) in August 2010.

Of the four Beatles, Lennon's signature is the most valuable.

According to the PFC40 Autograph Index, Lennon's autograph has increased in value from 695 ($1,080) in 2000 to 6,250 ($9,725) today, at the rate of 22.10% pa.

Our experts have obtained a superb rarity: a glossy, colour photograph of Lennon, signed by the star in 1974.

This photograph dates from Lennon's "Lost Weekend", a period of around 18 months following Lennon and Yoko Ono's decision to split.

John Lennon autograph photograph

It is becoming increasingly difficult to obtainJohn Lennon autographsfrom the mid-1970s, which makes us all the more excited by this piece.

Contact us for more details on this and other stunning pieces of John Lennon memorabilia we have in stock.

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A certificate of authenticity with lifetime moneyback guarantee

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