John Lennon’s Tooth For Sale

October 25, 2011 by staff 

John Lennon’s Tooth For Sale, In one of the strangest sales of pop memorabilia ever, one of the teeth Beatle John Lennon was sold at auction next month. -

Lennon gave the tooth to his housekeeper Jarlett points, who worked for him at his mansion in Surrey, in the sixties.

Thanks to the fame and popularity of its late owner, is likely to find much more than the tooth fairy would never under the pillow.

The Beatles took the tooth itself and told Mrs. Jarlett to give your daughter.

Barry points Son said: “He was in the kitchen and had a tooth that had been wrapped in a piece of paper. He said, ‘Dot to get rid of it?’. And then he said: ‘O, like her daughter is a Beatles fan you can give it as a souvenir. ”

Comes with signed documentation confirming Mrs. Jarlett its history.

The tooth is being auctioned in Stockport, Greater Manchester, on November 5 and is likely to sell at least a five-figure sum, but could reach six.

Any items related to John Lennon, who was shot dead in New York on December 8, 1980, 40 years, is very popular – and valuable.

For example, last June, his handwritten lyrics for the Beatles song A Day in the Life sold in New York for an amazing and 1.2025 million (about £ 810,000).

The track, from the 1967 groundbreaking Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band album, is one of the most scrutiny of all the songs from the band.

The double-sided sheet of paper in hand waiting Lennon cross, corrections and elaborations, which shows how evolved masterpiece.

Commenting on the sale of teeth, Karen Fairweather, auctions of Omega, said: “This is the most wonderful and strange that we have for sale. This is a truly unique item and it is very difficult to put a value on it.

“We expect to achieve at least U.S. & 10,000, but it is unknown to the elements as rare as this to reach six figures.”

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