Iconic Oasis prints to be auctioned today (July 1)

Jill Furmanovsky's pictures are going to Christies

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A number of iconic photographs of Oasis are set to be sold at auction in London today (July 1).

The collection of 22 photographs were taken by Jill Furmanovsky around 1996, and were originally featured in her 'Was There Then' exhibition (for which Noel Gallagher came up with the title).

They are set to go under the hammer at Christies.

The 22 images are being sold as a collection with a reserve price of £16,500.

The collection comes with the original programme signed by Oasis, and a copy of Furmanovsky's exhibition-accompanying book 'Oasis: Was There Then', which is now out of print.

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