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    A scathing letter from John Lennon to Sir Paul McCartney is going up for auction and is expected to fetch up to $30,000. The late Beatles legend sent furious a typewritten letter to his bandmate, 80, in response to an interview Paul did in the now-defunct music magazine Melody Maker in November 1971, in which he complained about the financial matters regarding the band's split.  And the letter gives a stark insight into the pair's deteriorating relationship following the Beatles' break-up over a year previously, with John - who was shot dead aged 40 in 1980 - ranting that Paul 's***t all over us in public', reports TMZ. Angry: A scathing letter from John Lennon to Sir Paul McCartney is going up for auction and is expected to fetch up to $30,000 (pictured in 1971) The three-page letter, which John urged Melody Maker editor Richard Williams to publish, is to be sold by Gotta Have Rock and Roll and is anticipated to make five figures. The note sees the Imagine hitmaker lash out at Paul and accuse him of being ungrateful for...
    A delightful embroidered card made by the Queen as a child is tipped to fetch £5,000 at auction.  The then five-year-old Princess Elizabeth painstakingly stitched an image of a baby in a green and pink pram to give to royal physician Sir Frederick Still in 1932.  She also signed her name 'Lilibet' on a letter thanking Sir Frederick for her 'new dolly with a squeak in the tummy'.  The then five-year-old Princess Elizabeth painstakingly stitched an image of a baby in a green and pink pram to give to royal physician Sir Frederick Still in 1932 The handmade card by Elizabeth (pictured in 1936) is expected to fetch £5,000 at auction  The deeply personal items are part of a collection of royal memorabilia that will go under the hammer at David Lay & FRICS in Penzance, Cornwall, on Thursday.   It also includes letters sent to Sir David by the Queen Mother, who built up a close relationship with the physician during his years in service to the Royal Family.  Among the most touching is a letter dated December 26, 1930 that...
    (CNN)A letter written by Albert Einstein that includes the world's most famous equation is being auctioned with an estimated worth of $400,000. The letter, written by Einstein to the Polish-American physicist Ludwik Silberstein, was penned in 1946 and contains the only handwritten example of "E=mc2" in private possession, according to a news release from RR Auction. Archivists at the Einstein Papers Project at Caltech and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem say the papers that reside at the schools contain the only other known holographic examples. The letter written by Einstein to Ludwik Silberstein in 1946.The one-page letter shows the equation in the first line, which translates to: "Your question can be answered from the E = mc2 formula, without any erudition. If E is the energy of your system consisting of the two masses, E0 the energy of the masses when they approach infinite distance, then the system's mass defect is E0 - E / c2." "It's an important letter from both a holographic and a physics point of view, as it shows Einstein's thinking on one of the most...
    BOSTON (AP) — Love letters that John F. Kennedy wrote to a Swedish paramour a few years after he married Jacqueline Bouvier are going up for auction. “You are wonderful and I miss you,” Kennedy scribbled at the end of a February 1956 letter to aristocrat Gunilla von Post, whom he’d met on the French Riviera a few weeks before he wed Bouvier in 1953. READ MORE: Newton Firefighters On Scene After Reported Construction Accident Kennedy was a Democratic U.S. senator from Massachusetts at the time, and the handwritten letters were written on Senate letterhead. He signed one simply: “Jack.” The letters, placed up for online bidding by Boston-based RR Auction through May 12, underscore the 35th president’s reputation as a womanizer long before he won the White House in 1960. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas on Nov. 22, 1963. Von Post, who died in 2011 in Palm Beach, Florida, wrote a 1997 memoir, “Love, Jack,” about her relationship with Kennedy. A 1955 letter began: “Dear Gunilla, I must say you looked well and happy in the photograph you sent...
    BOSTON -- Love letters that John F. Kennedy wrote to a Swedish paramour a few years after he married Jacqueline Bouvier are going up for auction."You are wonderful and I miss you," Kennedy scribbled at the end of a February 1956 letter to aristocrat Gunilla von Post, whom he'd met on the French Riviera a few weeks before he wed Bouvier in 1953.Kennedy was a Democratic U.S. senator from Massachusetts at the time, and the handwritten letters were written on Senate letterhead. He signed one simply: "Jack."The letters, placed up for online bidding by Boston-based RR Auction through May 12, underscore the 35th president's reputation as a womanizer long before he won the White House in 1960. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas on Nov. 22, 1963.Von Post, who died in 2011 in Palm Beach, Florida, wrote a 1997 memoir, "Love, Jack," about her relationship with Kennedy. This photo shows a love letter that John F. Kennedy wrote to a Swedish paramour a few years after he married Jacqueline Bouvier, according to Boston-based RR Auction. Nikki Brickett/ RR Auction via AP...
    Intimate love letters penned by President John F. Kennedy to his Swedish mistress are up for sale.  The handwritten letters Kennedy wrote to Swedish aristocrat Gunilla von Post are a part of RR Auction's Fine Autographs and Artifacts sale.  The letters are estimated to sell for upwards of $30,000.   'If you don't marry come over as I should like to see you,' one letter postmarked February 1956 reads.  A handwritten letter by John F. Kennedy addressed to Gunilla von Post. Intimate love letters penned by President Kennedy to his Swedish mistress are up for sale. 'Dear Gunilla, I must say you looked well and happy in the photograph you sent me at the Regatta,' the letter reads Von Post met Kennedy in the summer of 1953 in the French Riviera 'If you don't marry come over as I should like to see you,' one letter postmarked February 1956 reads. Former president Kennedy is pictured above 'I had a wonderful time last summer with you. It is a bright memory of my life-you are wonderful and I miss...
    More On: james "whitey" bulger James ‘Whitey’ Bulger’s family sues Bureau of Prisons over his murder Whitey Bulger’s life on the lam is headed to the small screen Whitey Bulger’s longtime girlfriend spotted in a familiar place Whitey Bulger’s family to sue DOJ over gangster’s prison murder Three years before he was beaten to death in prison, notorious Boston gangster James “Whitey” Bulger insisted he was “not guilty” and complained of feeling “vulnerable” in a jailhouse letter — part of a cache of photos and writings now on the auction block. “Starting to get settled down after my stay in isolation,” Bulger wrote in the letter, which he mailed in July, 2015 from Coleman Penitentiary in central Florida. “Getting too old for that, 86 in Sept, and not guilty — but my word has no power over the reports of officer [sic],” Bulger wrote in the letter, which was sent to a former fellow inmate who’d become his pen pal after they served federal time together in Tuscon, Arizona. “Don’t even like to write about it makes me realize...
    By KARLA WARD, Lexington Herald-Leader LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) — An angry letter John Lennon wrote to a Lexington man about his religious beliefs is going up for auction. “Listen, Brother, Why don’t you Jesus Freaks get off peoples backs?” Lennon said in the handwritten letter dated Oct. 1, 1971. He continued, “its been the same for two thousand years—wont you ever learn? those who know do not speak, those who speak do not know, your peace of mind doesn’t show in your neurotic letter, son. One mans meat—brother! Peace off!” The missive, written on the letterhead of Apple, the Beatles’ record label, is signed “John & Yoko, ’71.” The framed note and envelope addressed by Lennon himself, along with a matchbook and statement of provenance, are up for bidding online through RR Auction. The recipient of the note was Tom Bonfield, who at the time lived in an apartment at 628 Lawrence Street, which is in the South Hill neighborhood near the University of Kentucky campus. Lennon was writing in response to a letter Bonfield had sent him about his...
    By KARLA WARD, The Lexington Herald-Leader LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) — An angry letter John Lennon wrote to a Lexington man about his religious beliefs is going up for auction. “Listen, Brother, Why don’t you Jesus Freaks get off peoples backs?” Lennon said in the handwritten letter dated Oct. 1, 1971. He continued, “its been the same for two thousand years — wont you ever learn? those who know do not speak, those who speak do not know, your peace of mind doesn’t show in your neurotic letter, son. One mans meat — brother! Peace off!” The missive, written on the letterhead of Apple, the Beatles’ record label, is signed “John & Yoko, ’71.” The framed note and envelope addressed by Lennon himself, along with a matchbook and statement of provenance, are up for bidding online through RR Auction. The recipient of the note was Tom Bonfield, who at the time lived in an apartment at 628 Lawrence Street, which is in the South Hill neighborhood near the University of Kentucky campus. Lennon was writing in response to a letter Bonfield...
    Timothy McVeigh inspiring new generation of hate-filled monsters: FBI records School pressure, sick lawmakers, go-cups: News from around our 50 states Prince Charles letters to a royal maid will go up for auction © Provided by Daily Mail MailOnline logo Heartfelt letters from Prince Charles to a trusted royal maid are to be sold at auction. Marjorie Dawson, who grew up in a terraced house in Bolton and was orphaned aged 12, served as a personal maid to Princess Alexandra of Kent, the Queen's first cousin, from 1954 until her retirement in 1990.  She travelled the world with the royals, was whisked round the dance floor by Prince Philip, attended royal weddings, became a firm friend and supporter of Prince Charles and stayed in every royal residence from Buckingham Palace to Balmoral. Now her vast collection of memorabilia, which includes letters and cards hand-signed by Princess Alexandra of Kent, Prince Charles and Princess Diana, is expected to fetch more than £10,000 when it goes under the hammer on October 13 at Hansons Auctioneers, Derby.  ...
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