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You can buy a never-before-seen Beatles pic for $150

You can buy a never-before-seen Beatles pic for $150

RARE PHOTOS: In this 1964 photo made by Walt Burton and provided by Christopher Hoeting, the Beatles perform during a concert in Cincinnati. Burton, who had special access to the Beatles' 1964 Cincinnati appearance, plans to offer previously unseen photos to the public. Photo: Associated Press/Walt Burton

CINCINNATI (AP) — They’re Beatles pictures we’ve never seen before. Walt Burton was the official photographer for the Fab Four’s concert in Cincinnati in 1964.

Prints of up to 50 of his images will be on public display for the first time next month.

Prints will be for sale as well, starting at $150 each.

But Burton won’t be selling the negatives.

Art professor Christopher Hoeting says he was blown away by the pictures. He tells The Cincinnati Enquirer the intimacy of the photos is “amazing.”

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