Chapman approached Lennon in New York with a copy of the star's DOUBLE FANTASY LP - which he recorded with wife YOKO ONO - and asked for his signature.
The signed album was later discovered hidden inside a planter near the bloody entrance of Lennon's home, the DAKOTA building, following the former BEATLE's tragic death on 8 December 1980.
The memento available at MOMENTSINTIME.com - which sold for $460,000 (GBP287,500) four years ago - is expected to attract bids up $525,000 (GBP328,125) this time around, according to website PAGESIX.
Recently, Lennon's handwritten copy of Beatles track NOWHERE MAN sold for $455,000 (GBP284,375), encouraging the autograph owner to put his prized possession under the hammer.28/11/2003 14:24
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