PAUL McCartney takes a mirror selfie, one of 275 unseen snaps issued 59 years on.
Others include a portrait of John Lennon and George Harrison and a Beatlemania pic from the back seat of a New York taxi.
The photos — shot over three months in London, Liverpool and Paris as well as on the Fab Four’s first US trip in 1964 — were found in 2020.
They make up a book out in June called 1964: Eyes of the Storm.
Macca said: "Anyone who rediscovers a personal relic or family treasure is instantly flooded with memories and emotions, which then trigger associations buried in the haze of time.
"This was exactly my experience in seeing these photos, all taken over an intense three-month period of travel, culminating in February 1964.
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"It was a wonderful sensation to be plunged right back.
"Here was my own record of our first huge trip, a photographic journal of The Beatles in six cities, beginning in Liverpool and London, followed by Paris (where John and I had been ordinary hitchhikers three years before), and then what we regarded as the big time, our first visit as a group to America."
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