John Lennon's last letter sold for $63,000

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John Lennon's last letter was sold for 63 thousand dollars

The singer wrote a message to his accountant on the day of his death.

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Last letter The legendary British musician John Lennon went under the hammer at auction for more than 63 thousand dollars. It is reported by TMZ.

The letter was written by the founder and member of The Beatles just a few hours before his death. On December 8, 1980, Lennon decided to send a few words to his accountant, Barry Nichols. On the same day, the singer was killed on the streets of New York.

In the message, the murdered musician listed the names of three proxies for voting on his behalf at the annual meeting of the Beatles Corporation, which was to be held in a few days in London.< /p>

The unique letter was sold for $63,750 (about two and a half million hryvnias). And this amount is much higher than expected, since the original plan was to sell the lot for 30-50 thousand dollars.

John Lennon's last letter sold for $63,000

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A devoted fan of John Lennon and his work posted a significant amount for the lot, but he decided to remain anonymous. There were many people who wanted to buy the last letter of the British musician at the Gotta Have Rock and Roll online auction.

December 8, 1980, John Lennon was shot dead on the street in New York. The singer died almost immediately from a large loss of blood. And the killer of the legendary musician Mark David Chapman is serving an eternal sentence in the New York state colony.