You recently heard about a lock of John Lennon's hair being auctioned - well, how about owning the first letter that the Beatle wrote?
There's just one catch - you'll need about £30,000 (€38,000) or more to make it yours.
The letter was written by an 11-year-old Lennon in 1951, addressed to his aunt Harrie and thanking her for his Christmas presents. What a polite young man he was.
The letter - which his cousin David Birch was in possession of until now - opens: "Dear Harrie, thank you for the book that you sent me for Christmas and for the towel with my name on it, and I think it is the best towel I've ever seen."
It's being auctioned by TracksAuctions.com, who are accepting bids until April 3rd, according to BBC News. It's expected to fetch upwards of £30,000.
— delcrookes (@hairydel) March 7, 2016