PURE SEX!

Go to the auction at Sotheby's and you could get your hands on rare promo artwork, a white cotton customised 'Anarchy' shirt and a withdrawn 'God Save The Queen' single...

Unique and rare SEX PISTOLS memorabilia is to go under the hammer at SOTHEBY'S later this month.

The sale, which takes place on September 20 at Sotheby's auction house in Olympia, will see the auctioning off of rare promotional artwork from the band, including the original artwork for a flyer for the group's cancelled concert at 'Screen on the Green' in May 1976 and the artwork for a gig at the famous 100 Club, which also featured The Clash.

Other items on sale include clothing from Pistols manager Malcolm McLaren and fashion designer Vivienne Westwood's 'Sex' shop at 430 King's Road in London, a white cotton customised 'Anarchy' shirt, which belonged to Pistols singer Johnny Rotten and a withdrawn pressing of the classic 'God Save the Queen' single, which was originally issued by A&M records.

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