Autographs of John Lennon

John Lennon

John Winston Ono Lennon (born John Winston Lennon; 9 October 1940 – 8 December 1980) was an English singer, songwriter, musician and peace activist who achieved worldwide fame as co-lead vocalist, co-songwriter and rhythm guitarist of the Beatles as well as one of the founders of the group. His songwriting partnership with Paul McCartney remains the most successful in history. In 1969, he started the Plastic Ono Band with his second wife, Yoko Ono. After the Beatles disbanded in 1970, Lennon continued his career as a solo artist and as Ono's collaborator. More about John Lennon

Current items with a signature of John Lennon

These are the most current items with a signature of John Lennon that were listed on eBay and on other online stores - click here for more items.

Picture Item Title  ▼ Price   Store  
thumbnailBeatles John Lennon McCartney Ringo Harrison postcards unused not signed x 8£3.99logo
thumbnailBill Smith The Quarrymen Beatles Signed Autograph Photo Very Rare John Lennon £29.99logo
thumbnailBill Smith The Quarrymen Beatles Signed Autograph Photo Very Rare John Lennon £29.99logo
thumbnailBill Smith The Quarrymen Beatles Signed Autograph Photo Very Rare John Lennon £29.99logo
thumbnailJOHN LENNON AUTOGRAPH framed signed display The Beatles£25.95logo
thumbnailJOHN LENNON REPRO 1979 SIGNED SELF-PORTRAIT HAND DRAWN ILLUSTRATION THE BEATLES£2.99logo
thumbnailNowhere Boy The Quarrymen The Beatles John Lennon Signed Autograph Dvd Very Rare£64.99logo
thumbnailNowhere Boy The Quarrymen The Beatles John Lennon Signed Autograph Photo Rare£49.99logo
thumbnailOriginal John Lennon Photograph From Negative Signed£150.00logo
thumbnailYoko Ono signed 1st US Ed,hardback Skywriting by Word of Mouth JOHN LENNON 1986£312.00logo

Traded items with a signature of John Lennon

In total, we tracked 825 items since 01/09/2012. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

The most expensive item with a signature of John Lennon (1965 THE BEATLES full set of autographs whilst filming HELP! signed John Lennon) was sold in June 2019 for £3999.99 while the cheapest item (JOHN LENNON Shot Dead Newspaper The Beatles New York Liverpool Signed Old Retro) found a new owner for £0.01 in May 2021. The month with the most items sold (31) was October 2018 with an average selling price of £10.50 for an autographed item of John Lennon. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in March 2016 with £1200.00 and the month that saw the lowest prices with £1.89 was July 2017. In average, an autographed item from John Lennon is worth £13.93.

Most recently, these items with a signature of John Lennon were sold on eBay - click here for more items.

Picture Item Title  ▼ Price   Store  
thumbnailFAN CLUB Letter Signed by 4 BEATLES John Lennon Ring o Star Pop Group 60s Retro£39.00logo
thumbnailFAN CLUB Letter Signed by 4 BEATLES John Lennon Ring o Star Pop Group 60s Retro£5.50logo
thumbnailJohn Lennon and Ringo Starr Signed Vinyl Sleeve£35.00logo
thumbnailJohn Lennon Autograph + Photo + Framed £65.00logo
thumbnailJOHN LENNON Gold Coin Beatles Give Peace a Chance CND Rainbow Autographed Signed£8.00logo
thumbnailJohn Lennon Original Photo With Signed Note By His Cousin Stanley Parkes£322.00logo
thumbnailJOHN LENNON REPRO 1973 FLAG & HAND SIGNED DECLARATION OF NUTOPIA . THE BEATLES£4.99logo
thumbnailJOHN LENNON Shot Dead Newspaper The Beatles New York Liverpool Signed Old Retro£1.20logo
thumbnailSkywriting by Word of Mouth JOHN LENNON Limited First Edition SIGNED BY YOKO ONO£248.62logo
thumbnailYOKO ONO AUTOGRAPHED IMAGINE JOHN LENNON 1988 WOLPER MOVIE COFFEE TABLE BOOK£74.07logo

Latest News about John Lennon

Police at Liverpool John Lennon airport to raise awareness of human trafficking (04/10/15): Officers will be speaking to passengers in the departure area over the next few days Go to news article

Liverpool John Lennon Airport and Marketing Liverpool go 'speed dating' in Aberd (04/09/15): City region delegation heads north of the border for the 2015 Routes Europe aviation conference Go to news article

John Lennon Airport flight cancellations affect hundreds (04/08/15): Four flights have been cancelled and others delayed as French air traffic control strike Go to news article

John Lennon's first wife Cynthia dies at 75 (04/01/15): Cynthia Lennon, first wife of late Beatle John Lennon, has died, her family said on Wednesday. "Cynthia Lennon passed away today at her home in Mallorca, Spain, following a short but brave battle with cancer," according to a statement on her son Julian's website. "Her son Julian Lennon was at her be

John Lennon’s first wife Cynthia dies after battle with cancer (04/01/15): Couple married just before Beatlemania transformed musician into global figure Go to news article

Older News Stories about John Lennon

Liverpool John Lennon Airport and Marketing Liverpool go 'speed dating' in Aberd (04/2015): City region delegation heads north of the border for the 2015 Routes Europe aviation conference Go to news article

Liverpool John Lennon Airport aims to grow passenger figures to 7m (03/2015): CEO Andrew Cornish says site is capable of handling almost twice current level Go to news article

TV maker seeks travellers who pass through Liverpool John Lennon Airport (02/2015): We are a TV production company based in Bristol called Plimsoll productions and we are going to be making an exciting new prime time documentary series following Liverpool John Lennon Airport.

John Lennon's Mother's Home Up For Auction (01/2015): A former home of John Lennon 's mother Julia is expected to fetch more than $192,000 (£120,000) at auction later this year (15). Go to news article

Logistics firm sees turnover almost double as it boosts freight at Liverpool Joh (12/2014): The Parcel Centre is a re-working of a delivery firm set up by entrepreneur David Hughes at LJLA 20 years ago Go to news article

John Lennon's killer Mark David Chapman denied parole (11/2014): Chapman refused release for the eighth time

John Lennon's Glasses To Be Auctioned (10/2014): A pair of glasses once worn by John Lennon is expected to fetch up to $40,000 (£25,000) at auction next month (Nov14). The spectacles have been sitting in an underwear drawer since he gave them to a cheeky woman who pinched his backside while they were dancing at a nightclub in London in the 1960s. Go to news article

Theatre News: John Lennon play set to tour the North West (09/2014): John and Mark and Naked Old Man are being staged as part of a double bill.

John Lennon's killer says Jesus has 'made the difference' in his life (08/2014): The man who shot John Lennon more than 30 years ago claimed at his parole hearing that God has taught him to see that there are other people in the world. Go to news article

Mark McGann talks about his ongoing portrayal of John Lennon (07/2014): In My Life show comes to the Royal Court Theatre for International Beatle Week Go to news article

Yoko Ono excited for Glastonbury 2014 and says John Lennon would have loved it (06/2014): Yoko Ono has admitted she can’t wait to get muddy performing at Glastonbury - and is convinced John Lennon would have loved being at the festival. The 81-year-old is planning a spectacular appearance on stage on Sunday along with a new backing band made up of Am Go to news article

John Lennon Drawings And Stories Up For Auction (05/2014): John Lennon's handwritten manuscripts, sketches and drawings are going up for auction next month. The Beatles musician produced the pieces for his books In His Own Write (1964) and A Spaniard In The Works (1965). The most expensive lot in the collection is Lennon's handwritten manuscript of The Sing

John Lennon's Fireman Coat Sells For $31,000 (04/2014): A fireman coat once owned by John Lennon has sold at auction for $31,250 (£18,506).The blue, asymmetrical, cropped jacket, designed by Great Goat...

John Lennon's A Matter Of Pee sells for £53,000 (03/2014): A letter written by the late John Lennon to producer Phil Spector has sold at auction for £53,000.The Beatles star penned 'A Matter Of Pee' in the...

John Lennon 'nonsense' lyrics about parrots and pancakes fail to sell at auction (02/2014): As the genius behind songs like Imagine and Working Class Hero, John Lennon's lyrics are the stuff of legend. Even legends can have their off-days it seems, as a garbled bunch of lyrics by the Scouse singer have failed to sell at auction. Go to news article

Investigation launched after laser pen shone at cockpit of plane landing at Live (01/2014): Ryanair Boeing 737 flight targeted by a beam believed to have come from the Neston area of Wirral at around 11.05pm on Wednesday Go to news article

Mercury Crater Named After John Lennon (12/2013): Beatles legend John Lennon, "Breakfast at Tiffany's" author Truman Capote and sculptor Alexander Calder are among the 10 artists and writers now immortalized on Mercury with impact craters bearing their names.

Man sentenced for smuggling cigarettes into Britain at Liverpool John Lennon Air (11/2013): An examination of his luggage revealed 13,720 non-UK duty paid cigarettes Go to news article

John Lennon's first home sells for €560,447 (10/2013): It's a comfortable but modest dwelling with a lounge, a sitting room, an upstairs bathroom, a family room and a kitchen leading to a walled yard but John Lennon's childhood home went for nearly half a million Euro at auction in The Cavern yesterday

Piece of wood featuring John Lennon's lyrics to 'Sexy Sadie' up for auction (09/2013): The memento features the song's original lyrics and is expected to fetch £150,000        

John Lennon's tie fetches £3,627 at a Beatles memorabilia auction (08/2013): A tie that used to belong to John Lennon fetched £3,627 when it went under the hammer at a Beatles memorabilia auction. The black knitted tie was owned by retired civil servant Joyce McWilliams. Go to news article

John Lennon's Imagine Microphone Up For Sale (07/2013): The microphone John Lennon used to record his 1971 album Imagine is up for sale on listings website Craigslist.com.The London-based seller, who is... Go to news article

John Lennon wrote Imagine to outdo Yesterday (06/2013): John Lennon was obsessed with writing a song better than Sir Paul McCartney's Yesterday and hoped Imagine would finally replace The Beatles' hit as the world's most-loved song.

Yoko Ono Vows To Carry On John Lennon's 'Battle For Freedom And Justice' (05/2013): The Artist Says She Never Felt Like A Grieving Widow