Jimmy Page's forthcoming photographic autobiography has sold out before it is even released, despite costing 495.
The book, which is hand bound, is 512 pages long and contains 650 photographs from Jimmy's personal collection along with personal notations and is signed by the guitarist himself has pretty much sold out.
If you have missed out on the book, or simply couldn't afford it, then you will be able to see some of the photographs from the book at a special exhibition early next month.
NME reports that A selection of pictures from the book, taken by photographers such as Kate Simon, Neal Preston, Ross Halfin and Pennie Smith will be on display on November 5-6 at Elms Lester Painting Rooms in Covent Garden, London.
Thanks for the report to PlanetRock.com.