My life changed forever on February 9, 1964.  The Ed Sullivan Shows, of course. I've been a Beatles collector, enthusiast and fan since that day.  My collection is broad and complete.  I am an empty nester with the intention of simplifying my and my wife's life.

I purchased this book/autograph in 1998. It's been displayed in my Beatle Room since then. It's time that John finds a new home and I'd like to start here.

I'm attaching three photos of his signature and one photo of the first edition book "In His Own Write".  John signed with his usual impatience using a turquoise colored ink pen, popular of the time, 1964.

I have the COA but am willing to take my lead as to its authenticity from great minds here at autograph magazine.

Tags: In His Own Write, John, Lennon, autograph

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I think this is authentic.

Thanks James. I appreciate your immediate and honest feedback.

Whose COA do you have??

I'm with James. I'd be very surprised if Lennon didn't sign it.

This James, thanks you for your insight. I studied The Fabs autographs for years before I made the buy.  This is John's signature. 

COA issued by?

That hasn’t been signed by John Lennon 

A believe it is a forgery 

Please show us why, Keithspoon.

If you bought this in 1998, it has appreciated in value quite a bit since then.

I’ve added another photo, 2 page open face.

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Is there a particular reason why you won't comment on the COA that you have for it??

Please post the COA since you mentioned it and are being a bit mysterious about it.




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