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Lennon memorabilia to go on auction block

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LONDON (AP) _ A major collection of John Lennon memorabilia, including an oil painting from his student days and a handwritten ``All You Need Is Love'' manuscript, will go on sale next month.

The July 28 auction also will include a table from the home Lennon shared with his first wife, Cynthia; a tunic thought to have inspired the costumes on the ``Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band'' album cover; and a bedspread from Lennon's ``bed-in'' for peace in Montreal with Yoko Ono, Cooper Owen auction house announced Monday.

Cooper Owen, which specializes in auctions of music and film memorabilia, said it expects to raise $2 million from the auction, to be held at The Hippodrome nightclub in central London.
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