After these photos of The Beatles sat in an attic for over fifty years, the set of 38 black and white photos will go on display for the viewing public.
The pictures were taken by Paul Berriff, who, at 16-years-old was an editorial assistant at the Yorkshire Evening Post. These photographs were taken when The Beatles were still little known, in 1963.
Berriff said, “When I took those pictures, the Beatles were at the bottom of the bill. But I knew they were going to be successful because they had an aura, and months later they were world famous.”
More pictures, after the jump!