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John Lennon’s loo fetches £9,500 at auction for Beatles fans
A porcelain lavatory which John Lennon told a builder to use as a “plant pot” has fetched £9,500 – nearly 10 times its guide price – at an auction today.
The loo was used by the music legend when he lived at Tittenhurst Park in Berkshire between 1969 and 1972.
Lennon told builder John Hancock to keep it and “use it as a plant pot”, after he installed a new one.
The toilet was stored in a shed at Mr Hancock’s home for 40 years until he died recently.
Auction organiser and Beatles expert Stephen Bailey said: “It is unbelievable. We had bids coming in from all over the place but it went to a private overseas buyer.”

John Lennon’s Bluebottle  by
Sarah Lovett
The Museum of the Miscellaneous is a sideshow containing among other things, a bluebottle I took from between the floorboards in John Lennon’s bedroom years ago when I was a set dresser on a film called “John Lennon, his life”. I presented the fly in its own glass case, and tell the story, and invite people to make a wish for peace.