Up for bid on eBay is a rare This Is Not Here art poster with John Lennon's and Yoko Ono's signatures.
The seller explains, "This week I am pleased to present to you a rare 1971, This Is Not Here art poster from The Everson Museum of Art in Syracuse, New York, signed by John Lennon and Yoko Ono on October 9th, John Lennon's birthday. Well documented event. Only 100 were signed. Not only was this Yoko Ono's first major art exhibit, the day was supposed to be a reunion of the Beatles, but only Ringo Starr showed up along with many other celebrities like Bob Dylan, Dennis Hopper, and Andy Warhol. Following the opening, a party was held at a nearby hotel room in celebration of John Lennon's 31st birthday. Ono had ordered a cake for her husband, which was decorated with the words: "To John from Yoko and the whole world". The guests included Ringo Starr, Maureen Starkey, Phil Spector, Klaus Voormann, Mal Evans, Neil Aspinall, Eric Clapton, Allen Ginsberg, and Jim Keltner. The all-star cast sang drunken versions of songs including What'd I Say, Yellow Submarine, On Top Of Old Smokey, Goodnight Irene, Take This Hammer, He's Got The Whole World In His Hands, Like A Rolling Stone, a medley of Twist And Shout/Louie Louie/La Bamba, Bring It On Home To Me, Yesterday, Tandoori Chicken, Power To The People, Maybe Baby, Peggy Sue, Bring Out The Joints (a Lennon-Spector composition), My Baby Left Me, Heartbreak Hotel, Blue Suede Shoes, Crippled Inside, Give Peace A Chance, Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey, My Sweet Lord, Imagine, and Oh Yoko! Imagine was also released in 1971."
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