The photos are being sold at the Movie Stars and Musicians 10 auction where lots will be live until May 26th.
Starting prices are as low as £1, giving big fans with small budgets a chance to bid on items.
Images come from a variety of sources, including the collections of photographers like Michael Putland and Anton Corbijn, as well as newspaper archives.
The photos are being sold through auction site Catawiki, a leading auction house for special objects.
Jamie Beeden, art photography auctioneer at Catawiki said: “Many of these images of the Rolling Stones haven’t been seen in over 40 years and are from the archive of The London Evening Standard newspaper and several have the original ‘lay out’ and editing marks on them, which makes them unique objects.”
“We’re very familiar with certain ‘iconic’ photographs of the Rolling Stones but these are more unusual and unknown.”
“The Anton Corbijn portrait of Keith Richards should reach €400 (£309.49) and I would expect many of the rest to sell for around the €100 (£77.37) mark, the Michael Putland image a little more, so it’s a great opportunity for collectors to get hold of some rare images for bargain prices.”
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Originally founded as a community for collectors by René Schoenmakers (CEO) and Marco Jansen (CTO) in 2008, Catawiki has since become the number one website for buying and selling extraordinary items.
Since 2011, Catawiki has been hosting weekly auctions, now in over 80 different categories, including classic cars, art, jewellery, books, and watches.
Our auctions are curated by specialist auctioneers, guaranteeing varied and high quality listings. Catawiki's own payment system provides buyers and sellers with a simple and secure method of transaction.