A letter from Beatles’ legend Sir Paul McCartney settling a “debt” for a missing holiday blanket is going up for auction.
The singer made off with the bedding after staying at a farmhouse with fellow bandmate George Harrison in north Wales.
Decades later, he was reminded by owner Irene Brierley that she was still one blanket short.
His responded with a cheque for £30, and his letter is now being sold off.
Sir Paul and Harrison became friends with the Brierley family after taking a hitchhiking holiday in 1958, before they were stars.
The pair had knocked at the door of their farmhouse in Harlech, Gwynedd, asking to pitch their tent in a field.