The Gotta Have Rock & Roll Fall Music Auction
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This is a typed signed proxy document that was sent by John Lennon to Barry Nichols, his accountant. This is a proxy document for voting rights in all of Lennon’s Beatles Entities which are listed in the document. The letter details John Lennon’s interest to appoint someone else to vote for him in Apple Corps Limited Annual General Meeting on December 17th, 1980. Lennon first wanted to appoint Neil Stanley Aspinall to vote for him and then other friends if Aspinall was busy. What makes this letter is special is it was signed by Lennon on December 8th, 1980, the day he was shot and killed. This is most likely the last legal document ever signed by Lennon. Anything signed during the day Lennon was killed is worth significant money, with his last autograph selling for $100,000. This is a must-have for any Beatles or autograph collector. Comes with a Frank Caiazzo Letter of Authenticity and a Gotta Have Rock & Roll Certificate of Authenticity.
John Lennon Typed Signed Proxy Letter Dated December 8th, 1980 The Day John Lennon Was Murdered (Caiazzo)
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Minimum Bid: $30,000
Final Bid: $51,000
Estimate: $50,000 - $70,000
Number of Bids:10
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