John Lydon of Sex Pistols Signed Union Jack 'God Save The Queen' Flag
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This lot is a Union Jack 'God Save The Queen' flag, autographed by Johnny Rotten at an official signing session.
John Lydon, also known as Johnny Rotten, is best known for being the lead vocalist of the influential punk rock band Sex Pistols.
The band formed in London in 1975 and released their debut album "Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols" in 1977.
The band's lyrics and attitude was controversial and anti-establishment, and their live performances were often chaotic and confrontational. They played a big role in the emergence of the punk rock movement and the cultural revolution of the 1970s in the United Kingdom.
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