Czech-born photographer Dezo Hoffmann took roughly one million snapshots of rock's biggest names before his death in 1986. While Hoffmann is perhaps best known for his work with the Beatles, he also had extensive access to countless other major stars – including the Rolling Stones. Online gallery Rock Paper Photo has put together an impressive collection of Hoffman's greatest Stones photos, like the one shown here of the band at Richmond, London's Crawdaddy Club in May 1963. Read on for 14 more iconic shots, available exclusively here.
Mick Jagger peers through Venetian blinds in London in 1964.
The Rolling Stones in the late 1960s.
The Rolling Stones reading Beat Scene magazine in London in 1963.
Keith Richards playing the piano in 1964.
The Rolling Stones at a London park in 1964.
The Rolling Stones hang out in London in 1965.
Mick Jagger in London in March 1965.
Keith Richards relaxes in London.
Mick Jagger in London.
The Rolling Stones in London in 1967.
Keith Richards posing with a plate in Venice, Italy in 1967.
Mick Jagger and Marianne Faithfull in a London nightclub in 1967.
The Rolling Stones at the annual Decca Records party, held at London's Savoy Hotel in the late 1960s.
The Rolling Stones in London in 1969.