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The Beatles Collectible 2021 Handpicked Funko Pop Rocks John Lennon Military Figure in Funko Protector

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The Beatles Collectible 2021 Handpicked Funko Pop Rocks John Lennon Military Figure in Funko Protector

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  • John Lennon Funko Pop! Part of PopAPalooza 2021!
  • IMAGINE the new John Lennon figure taking center stage in your collection.
  • He arrives in a Funko Foldable Pop! protector display case.
  • Handpicked for best condition box.
  • Better together - Funko Pop! Rocks John Lennon in a Funko Pop! Protector.

Funko released The Beatles (Yellow Submarine) Pop! figures in 2012 / 2013. This new figure features John Lennon from his solo career.
The John Lennon Military Jacket Pop! Vinyl Figure measures approximately three 3/4-inches tall, and it comes packaged in a window display box.

In 1972, John Lennon found a U.S. army shirt in a New York surplus store, For several years he wore it as a symbol of the revolution he supported up until his untimely death.

"The jacket was originally acquired by a Salvation Army employee in 1977. He was sent to John Lennon's apartment to gather a donation of clothing, and immediately decided he had to keep a few things for himself."

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  • John Lennon Funko Pop! Part of PopAPalooza 2021!
  • IMAGINE the new John Lennon figure taking center stage in your collection.
  • He arrives in a Funko Foldable Pop! protector display case.
  • Handpicked for best condition box.
  • Better together - Funko Pop! Rocks John Lennon in a Funko Pop! Protector.

Funko released The Beatles (Yellow Submarine) Pop! figures in 2012 / 2013. This new figure features John Lennon from his solo career.
The John Lennon Military Jacket Pop! Vinyl Figure measures approximately three 3/4-inches tall, and it comes packaged in a window display box.

In 1972, John Lennon found a U.S. army shirt in a New York surplus store, For several years he wore it as a symbol of the revolution he supported up until his untimely death.

"The jacket was originally acquired by a Salvation Army employee in 1977. He was sent to John Lennon's apartment to gather a donation of clothing, and immediately decided he had to keep a few things for himself."