Decades after they were first taken, rare photos found on undeveloped film in cameras left behind by the Beatles official photographer are heading to the auction block.
Longtime Beatles photographer Derek Cooper's photos were discovered by Tony Burke, Cooper's childhood friend. Burke said he didn't realize there was film in the cameras until more than 10 years after Cooper passed away. They're now set to go on sale later this month at Cuttlestones, and the auction house expects the 34 photos to dial up a pretty sum under the hammer. Take a look at some of the newly unveiled images below.
How do you do, Ringo?
Hi there, John!
Something tells us they got more use out of the sign on the right...
Even Beatles sometimes blink at the wrong time.
Nothing says "party!" like all-white tuxedos.
Nice and earthy.