Kate Moss

Courtesy: bloomsburyauctions.com/David Ross

In the December issue of Vanity Fair, cover girl Kate Moss tells the mag "I'm terrible at a snapshot. Terrible. I blink all the time. I've got facial Tourette's…I'm not very good at pictures, really." 

Pretty hard to believe, isn't it? Considering Kate's been one of the most successful fashion models ever.

Moss, who placed second on Forbes' 2012 Top Earning Models list, has been on the cover of British Vogue 30 times and has been featured in campaigns for Gucci, Dolce & Gabbana, Calvin Klein, Chanel, Rimmel and Bulgari—just to name a few.

Suffice it to say, there is no shortage of pics available of Kate's über-famous face.

Certain snaps of the model, however, are extremely rare, and now they're being made available to the public—for a price. Three prints from Kate's very first sitting, taken by photographer David Ross, will be auctioned off by Bloomsbury Auctions in London on Nov. 23.

The ultra-exclusive photos of the then 14-year old Moss are expected to fetch between $1,270 and $1,905 each.

What do you think? Are these pricey pics worth every penny? 

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