John Lennon Owned Inlay Box: John Lennon Owned Japanese Items Collection
This John Lennon Owned Inlay Box forms part of a unique collection of John Lennon owned items, purchased by John Lennon from local tradesmen who visited his hotel suite on The Beatles visit to Japan between June 30th and July 3rd 1966. This black box with sliding lid and bamboo and mother of pearl inlays measures 5.0″ x 4.0″ x 2.0″ (12cm x 9cm x 5cm). It is in very good condition.
The John Lennon Owned Japanese Items Collection can be purchased as a whole group or individually – click HERE to view the entire collection
Each items in the collection comes complete with a copy of the original letter of authenticity, a market leading unconditional 90-day money back guarantee and a lifetime Presley Collectibles COA. Worldwide shipping is available.
The Beatles’ flight to Japan finally arrived at Haneda Airport in Tokyo in the early hours of 29 June, according to a report by Dudley Cheke, a chargé d’affaires at the British Embassy. Alternatively, an arrival time of around 3.30 am on 30 June is given by Beatles biographer Barry Miles and John Winn and in a 2016 Tokyo Weekender article about the visit.
John Lennon Owned Black Box: John Lennon Owned Japanese Items Collection