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    Beatles - Two Signed Astrid Kirchherr Photographs of Liverpool Street Kids (1964). These photographs were taken by Kirchherr in 1964 during an assignment for Stern magazine to photograph the Beatles during he filming of "A Hard Day's Night" and their haunts in Liverpool. Both gelatin silver, one showing a small boy holding a tire with two friends, with crop marks to image, the verso signed by Kirchherr in pencil with photographer's stamp and various "Stern" magazine stamps and annotations. Image 11.25" x 8.25". Very Good condition some light creases, corners rubbed, slight discoloration to right edge; with a copy of German magazine Stern, dated April 26, 1964 featuring the image. In Fair condition, tears and loss, particularly to cover. The second image printed later, signed verso in pencil by Kirchherr. Image 15.75" x 11.75". In Fine condition
    Provenance: The Ulf Kr├╝ger Archive, Hamburg.




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