'Lost' Beatles & Rolling Stones Never-Before-Seen Limited Edition Images Now Available on Amazon

January 28
9:49 2013

Because of his extraordinary daily access to the bands, Bob Bonis had the opportunity to photograph them in situations to which no other photographers had access, and he took over 3,500 photographs of them during this period. Throughout his lifetime, Bonis, who died in 1992, resisted requests to publish his photographs. Memorabilia expert Larry Marion, along with Alex Bonis (son of the photographer), founded Not Fade Away Gallery in 2009 to unveil, showcase and preview Bob Bonis' historic Archive for the first time since the photographs were taken over four Decades ago. That debut exhibition of 76 images from the collection garnered Worldwide acclaim and attention, and led to the publication of two books - "The Lost Beatles Photographs: The Bob Bonis Archive 1964-1966" and "The Lost Rolling Stones Photographs". Now, for the first time ever, NFA Gallery is making strictly limited editions of gallery-quality prints of the photographs available for collectors and fans to buy through

Each archival 16" x 20" print is hand-numbered, bears the embossed official Bob Bonis Archive / Not Fade Away Gallery seal, and comes with a matching numbered Certificate of Authenticity. Each photo, derived from the original negative or slide, is produced by the master printers at Duggal Visual Solutions in NYC, one of the world's leading printers of fine art photographs for museums, galleries and photographers.

Marion added: "We are thrilled to premiere the release of these extraordinary limited edition photographs in the Collectibles category on This is the first time these exciting and iconic images are being released in limited edition gallery-quality prints, and the first time most fans will have ever seen these historic and often surprisingly intimate images. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for collectors and fans to acquire superior investment-quality prints of these amazing images."

The first release of these limited edition prints from The Lost Beatles and The Lost Rolling Stones Photographs may be seen and purchased now only on at

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