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    The Rolling Stones Photo Prints Signed and Numbered by Terry O'Neill (2) (circa 1960s). Two black and white photo prints of shots of the group. Includes: 1) Four members during a TV appearance. Shot by Terry O'Neill, who signed this in the bottom right corner with a thin black tip, and numbered "5/50" in the bottom left corner. Matted and framed to an overall 20" x 26 ½". In Near Mint Minus condition with toning on the bottom right corner; 2) The band posed with female fans. Shot by O'Neill, who signed this in the bottom right corner with a thin black tip, and numbered "3/50" in the bottom left corner. In Very Good Plus condition with some soiling in the bottom left corner. COA from Heritage Auctions.

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    April, 2020
    4th-5th Saturday-Sunday
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