Unseen photographs of John Lennon, which were left in a “junk drawer” for more than 30 years, have been discovered. The collection of 26 negatives, from 1970, were brought to a valuation day at The Beatles Story museum in Liverpool on October 25. The “intimate portraits” were described as “a rare find” by auctioneer Darren...
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