A set of unseen images of John Lennon, which were in a "junk drawer" for over 30 years because they were thought to have no value, have been unveiled.
The 26 negatives, dating from 1970, were brought to a valuation day at Liverpool's The Beatles Story museum.
Their owner said his late father may have come by them while studying art in the 1970s.
The "intimate portraits" were "a rare find" and could be worth £10,000, auctioneer Darren Julien said.
He added that it was "not often when you find images of John Lennon that have never before been seen by the public".