Jonh Lennon’s unfamiliar photographs have been released from a limml account, the owner has put them into the The Beatles Story museum in Liverpool, for their valuation – the BBC reported on Friday.
The 26 negative was made in 1970 on John Lennon, the former star of the Beatles.
The owner who requested the silence of his name found them in the deed of the deceased father. It is likely that they came to him when he studied art in the seventies. She kept it in her account because she thought she was worthless.
According to the owner of the Darren Julien Auction House, “intimate portraits are a real rarity”, they can reach 10,000 pounds (3.5 million forints).
The marketer of the museum, Dane Glover, said the photos were made in February 1970 when Lennon’s career came to one of the turning points: the legendary fours split up, and the Instant Karma single hit the third, where he sang without a band.
Negatives and photographs of them will be exhibited in the museum in November and will be auctioned out next year.
Source: MTI / Image: parameter.sk /