Been trying to get a Lennon auto and found these two.  Are they good? TY

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No here.

No good IMO.

Thanks. Site I found them on says 100% authentic.

Did they tell you that they’re on eBay’s list of banned COAs, which is reserved for the worst of the worst?

Beckett is the worst?  The Lennon cut also had this in description:  

This Autographed & Framed Cut Signature has been Personally Signed by John Lennon of The Beatles. This item is 100% Authentic to include a Certificate of Authenticity (COA) / hologram by Beckett Authentication Services. The authenticity can be verified on Beckett Authentication Services website. This item has been professionally framed to overall dimensions of approximately 18.5 x 22.5 inches. A slip of lined notepaper signed by the Beatle with a red ballpoint pen, matted with a Double Fantasy album sleeve (the vinyl LP is included). Matted and framed to an overall 18 ½" x 22 ½". Signature was obtained in mid-May of 1975 at a fundraiser for radio/TV stations in Philadelphia. Lennon was there to work and take pledges, and he was happy to sign autographs, but he asked for donations to the station in return. Overall, in Near Mint Minus condition with light toning on the paper Lennon signed. LOA from renowned Beatles Autograph Expert Frank Caiazzo & Beckett Authentication Services.

I was referring to Rare and Signed. Isn’t that where you found the Lennon items in the OP?


I assume this description does with the red ink signature, correct? That signature is clearly different than the two original signatures in this discussion.


The 2 above, 100% authentic? Bad site...

Here's another one. This is a cut with Beckett cert.



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