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The Best Flea Market Find EVER: Never-Before-Seen Snaps Of The Stones

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    For those of you who detest getting your hands dirty during flea market trips, you're about to have a change of heart (and invest in hand sanitizer). While sorting through knickknacks and whatnots in Saugus, musician Lauren White discovered a treasure trove of old photographs featuring a young Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, and Brian Jones. Yep, she stumbled on candid snaps of The Rolling Stones — take that, Pawn Stars!

    The pics, taken poolside in Florida and Georgia, include their off-duty antics like smoking, drinking, and goofing around (no shockers here). We can't seem to get over baby-faced Jagger, and how retro are Jones' swim trunks? Seriously, everybody knows these guys know how to have a good time, and we love nothing more than catching a rare glimpse into their rockstar lives. But, the big question on everyone's mind has to be: How much did White pay for these gems, and what are they worth now? Your guess is as good as ours, but we're betting she'll be a thrifting legend for years to come!

    If you'd like to see the entire album, head on over to the Dilettante before October 26th. The DTLA gallery will display White's bounty before packing it up and heading to Miami and NYC for more shows. It's only rock 'n' roll, but we love it! (LAist)

    Photo: Courtesy of Dilettante

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