B29152 – John Lennon & Yoko Ono 1969 Amsterdam Bovema Invoice Payment Letter (The Netherlands)
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An original 1969 letter sent to Bovema Records in Heemstede, The Netherlands by The Magnet travel agency regarding John Lennon. The letter is dated 27th June 1969 and refers to an outstanding invoice relating to Lennon’s stay in Amsterdam earlier that year. John and his wife Yoko spent 25th to 31st March 1969 residing in the presidential suite of the Hilton Hotel, Amsterdam for their first Bed-In For Peace. They then flew to Vienna to hold a press conference about Bagism and continued on to London the following day. It measures 21cm x 27.5cm (8.25 inches x 10.75 inches). The letter has been folded leaving two horizontal crease lines. The condition is very good minus.
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