John Lennon Memorabilia Sold Out



John Lennon memorabilia have been sold out at an auction in London on Thursday

People say money cannot buy love, but it at least can buy a piece of history. Approvingly, John Lennon memorabilia valued by Cooper Owen auctioneer at more than $2 million was being sold in London Thursday. The legend's collections among others include youthful paintings and handwritten lyrics, jackets, eyeglasses and even furniture.

Above all memorabilia being auctioned, a handwritten lyric sheet for "All You Need is Love" used by Lennon during a television performance by The Beatles in 1967 was sold for 600,000 pounds ($1.04 million). Identity of the buyer isn't revealed. Aside, a military-style tunic worn by Lennon that inspired the Beatles' famous "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" record cover fetched 100,000 pounds. Also there was a pair of Lennon's trademark round wire spectacles that sold for 55,000 pounds.

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