Rolling Stones photo print sells for $13,750 at Morrison Hotel


2015-06-26 13:28:10


Rolling Stones photo print sells for $13,750 at Morrison Hotel

The Rolling Stones photo print was part of an auction of fine art music photography

A photo print of the Rolling Stones has sold well at Antiquorum Auctioneers' sale at its Morrison Hotel Gallery in New York on October 8.

Rolling Stones Beggars banquet rare photoThe shoot for the Beggars Banquet album was held at Sarum Chase, a mansion in London

The print, taken in London in 1968 as part of the Beggar's Banquet photoshoot, is a rare shot. An archival digital print by photographer Michael Joseph, it sold for $13,750.

The print was closely following by another of the Stones' Keith Richard eating an orange, this time printed in colour, which sold for $13,125.

We have a unique photograph of Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts in his first public performance, aged 12, for sale.

Julian Lennon photographyJulian Lennon developed his passion for photography while shooting his brother Sean Lennon's tour in 2007

The third highest bids of the sale were seen by a set of 16 digital prints of butterflies by Julian Lennon, son of Beatle John Lennon. A testament to hiswide-ranging creativity, the works sold for $11,250.

We have a Julian Lennon autograph for sale, alongside a fantastic range of John Lennon and Beatles memorabilia.

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