John Lennon Sgt. Pepper's Cover Sketch

The cover of The Beatles' seminal Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band is one of the most well-recognized and highly regarded in history. This John Lennon Sgt. Pepper's Cover Sketch gives you a chance to own a piece of history regarding its conception. Discovered by the owners of a home Lennon formerly occupied in Surrey, England, this 4.25-inch square sketch depicts the basic layout for the cover. The four band members are positioned around a central drumhead and the band's name is laid out on the ground before them, appearing with other elements that would eventually make it into the final design. Accompanied by a letter of authenticity from Perry Cox.

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    Photos: Unrah/Jones

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