Album John Lennon Signed for Murderer Expected to Get $2 Million at Auction

Album John Lennon Signed for Murderer Expected to Get $2 Million at Auction

there are other markings on the front and back of the album. The murderer was recently denied parole for the 11th time. Chapman had put the album in one of the planters outside The Dakota after Lennon signed it. Chapman was still waiting at 10:50 PM when the couple returned … He signed his name on Yoko’s neck along with his “1980” inscription. This “Double Fantasy” album has already been sold twice in the past — for $150k in 1999, and between $600-800k in 2010. The macabre piece of rock ‘n’ roll history features Lennon’s signature in blue ink on the album cover art … 11/20/2020 4:16 PM PT

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The “Double Fantasy” album John Lennon signed for Mark David Chapman hours before Chapman assassinated him is hitting the auction block … When cops arrived, Chapman was found casually reading a copy of “The Catcher in the Rye,” and told police he killed Lennon because he was so famous. As you can see … which expects it to haul in as much as $2 MILLION. Chapman had waited outside the building with a copy of the album to score Lennon’s autograph around 5:50 PM as he and Yoko were on their way to a studio. a photo of Lennon and Yoko Ono. “Double Fantasy” was the fifth album released by John and Yoko, and was released the month before he was shot and killed on December 8, 1980, as he was walking into his home at The Dakota in NYC. and shot Lennon four times in the back. Those were made by law enforcement, as it was a key piece of police evidence from the scene of the crime. and is expected to haul in up to 2 million bucks. It will go live for auction on Monday at Goldin Auctions …