2nd July 1964: The Beatles (from left to right, John Lennon (1940 - 1980), George Harrison (1943 - 2001), Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr) arrive back at London Airport after their Australian tour.

This BANNED album is up for auction in Dallas next month.

It’s John Lennon’s personal copy of the rare Beatles album Yesterday and Today. The album features personal scribbles from John himself. This is a rare copy of the album. It was banned because the album cover artwork was in bad taste. A collectors delight. Take a look-

'World's rarest Beatles album' goes up for auction

The rare pre-production Yesterday and Today album featured the butcher cover Controversially, it showed Fab Four draped in meat and decapitated baby dolls John Lennon's personal copy was salvaged by a fan who has put it up for auction It will go under the hammer on November 11 in Dallas, TX, with a $200k estimate John Lennon's personal copy of a Beatles album with hand-drawn sketches dubbed the world's rarest album is set to fetch more than $200,000 as it goes up for auction.