It´s strange case - somewhat "morbid" to sell / buy such an item. It´s more about historic autograph than "music" autograph.
I´m actually shocked that someone who supposed to found it at the place of such a horrible crime is actually considered as "owner" of the item and he even got it back from investigators after closing the case.... Suspicious story. I know that it´ll sound even worse and even more shocking, but in my opinion it´s still Chapman who should be considered as "legal owner" of the piece.....
This was so long ago it may have preceded such laws.
I've held the album several times....VERY powerful!!!
I think I would destroy this LP. :/
It's still a piece of history....and an important part as well...like it...or hate it. It's a part of The Beatles story...
Be better if someone wasn't trying to profit of the lp.
I think it should be up to John Lennon's sons as to what happens to this item. If they want to burn the damn thing, i say flame on.
I was speaking me for alone. I agree wholeheartedly.
More of a museum piece than a collector's item. It doesn't seem like it should be for sale, and I think the market might be somewhat limited by what it represents.