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The Beatles' unused 'Abbey Road' photos sell for £180,000

The Beatles' unused 'Abbey Road' photos sell for £180,000

The photographs were expected to reach between £50,000–£70,000

New species of tarantula named after John Lennon

New species of tarantula named after John Lennon

Bumba lennoni was discovered in Brazil by Beatles-mad research team

The Beatles' unused 'Abbey Road' photos up for auction

The Beatles' unused 'Abbey Road' photos up for auction

The sale is expected to reach between £50,000-70,000

Rare signed Beatles vinyl fetches over £22,000 at auction

Rare signed Beatles vinyl fetches over £22,000 at auction

The item for sale was a mint-edition pressing of 'Please Please Me'

Phil Spector reportedly 'loses ability to speak' through illness

Phil Spector reportedly 'loses ability to speak' through illness

Music producer is described as being in a "very dangerous" position by his lawyer

Section of 'Ed Sullivan Show' set signed by The Beatles to be sold

Section of 'Ed Sullivan Show' set signed by The Beatles to be sold

The backdrop is expected to be sold for $550,000

Statue of Eleanor Rigby made from more than £1m in used banknotes on display in Liverpool

Statue of Eleanor Rigby made from more than £1m in used banknotes on display in Liverpool

Liverpool-born sculptor Leonard Brown created the work as a comment on the gap between haves and have-nots

Rare photos of Beatles at London children's home discovered

Rare photos of Beatles at London children's home discovered

The Children's Society discovered pictures of the band on a visit to the charity in 1964

Paul McCartney reveals unseen Beatles photograph from band's final gig

Paul McCartney reveals unseen Beatles photograph from band's final gig

Jim Marshall's shot from Candlestick Park revealed as McCartney returns nearly 50 years later

Lollipop lady set to guard Abbey Road zebra crossing made famous by The Beatles

Lollipop lady set to guard Abbey Road zebra crossing made famous by The Beatles

The iconic 'Abbey Road' cover was shot 45 years ago today (August 8)

George Harrison memorial tree killed by infestation of beetles

George Harrison memorial tree killed by infestation of beetles

The pine in Los Angeles has died but a new tree will be planted

Ron Howard to direct new documentary about The Beatles' early years

Ron Howard to direct new documentary about The Beatles' early years

The film will follow the band in their touring days

'Hard Day's Night' director Richard Lester says George was best Beatle actor, Paul 'tried too hard'

'Hard Day's Night' director Richard Lester says George was best Beatle actor, Paul 'tried too hard'

Director attended premiere of new edition of Fab Four film last night (July 3)

The Beatles' Ringo Starr discusses 'mad' 'A Hard Day's Night' movie on its 50th anniversary

The Beatles' Ringo Starr discusses 'mad' 'A Hard Day's Night' movie on its 50th anniversary

The film will be re-released in cinemas and on DVD this month

Ringo Starr says Paul McCartney is 'getting fit and ready to rock' after recent illness

Ringo Starr says Paul McCartney is 'getting fit and ready to rock' after recent illness

McCartney was forced to cancel a string of US tour dates after contracting a virus

The Beatles' publisher claims NBC do not have rights to the band's music for planned TV series

The Beatles' publisher claims NBC do not have rights to the band's music for planned TV series

Marty Bandier also reveals plans for a separate, rival show on The Fab Four

The Beatles' mono albums remastered at Abbey Road set for vinyl release

The Beatles' mono albums remastered at Abbey Road set for vinyl release

The albums will be available individually on 180g vinyl or as a boxset

NBC developing series based on The Beatles for US TV

NBC developing series based on The Beatles for US TV

Creator of 'The Tudors' behind eight-episode series

George Harrison guitar sells for over £390,000 at auction

George Harrison guitar sells for over £390,000 at auction

The Rickenbacker 425 was sold at a music memorabilia auction in New York

Liverpool's Cavern Club takes Hard Rock Cafe to court over US rights to name

Liverpool's Cavern Club takes Hard Rock Cafe to court over US rights to name

The case is 'basically an appeal' of a 2011 ruling

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