John Lennon's toilet and one of his rarest albums are to be auctioned at Liverpool Institute for the Performing Arts. The lavatory from Tittenhurst Park, his Berkshire home between 1969 and 1972, and a mono-sound copy of Two Virgins go on sale on Saturday.
The toilet which he gave to his builder for use as a plant pot is expected to fetch up to £1000. The album, which showed a naked Lennon and Yoko Ono, could fetch £2,500, BBC News reports.
Lennon told builder John Hancock to keep the porcelain lavatory and "use it as a plant pot" after he had installed a new one.
It was stored in a shed at Hancock's home for 40 years until he died recently, Sydney Morning Herald informs.
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