A lot of unpublished Beatles photographs taken during one of the earliest American tours of the “Fab Four” in 1964, have Saturday 253.200 British pound (289.868 euros) to pay at an auction at Omega Auctions. Reports that the British broadcaster BBC.
The lot includes 413 photographic negatives taken, of which 350 have never been published. The American photographer Mike Mitchell took the photos during press conferences and Beatles concerts in February 1964 in Washington, DC and Baltimore. Remarkable about the photos is that the photographer only natural light was used, because he did not flash, could afford. Mitchell distinguished himself also by his unique viewpoints: he even made a number of photos on the stage. “I was very motivated to unique pictures,” the photographer later.
According to auctioneer Paul Fairweather of Omega Auctions, there is still a large demand for Beatles memorabilia. At the same auction was a guestbook with the signature of all the Beatles under the hammer for nearly 10,000 British pound (11.270 euro).
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