BBC News Liverpool
October 18, 2011
One of John Lennon's teeth is expected to make £10,000 when it is auctioned next month.
The tooth was given to the former Beatles' house keeper Dot Jarlett when she worked for him at Kenwood mansion in Surrey in the late 1960s.He told her to give it her daughter "as a souvenir" after he had pulled it out in the kitchen of the Weybridge propertyThe tooth will be auctioned in Stockport on 5 November.Dot's son Barry Jarlett said: "He was in the kitchen and he had this tooth which he had wrapped in a piece of paper."He said: 'Dot will you dispose of this' and then he said: 'Or, as your daughter's a Beatles fan, you can give to her as a souvenir'.http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-merseyside-15357068