Fancy some rock cake Rolling Stones” 1969 Let It Bleed artwork featuring Delia Smith dessert goes up for auction

Pile

Pile “em up: Let It Bleed”s sleeve is styled like a stacking record player with a clock face, pizza, film-reel can and a tyre piled beneath the glace cherry-decked cake

Gaudy: The back of the album - with the track listing - features the stack which has been ripped apart

Gaudy: The back of the album – with the track listing – features the stack which has been ripped apart

Artwork: Designer Robert Brownjohn was commissioned to create the image by his friend, guitarist Keith Richards, and was influenced by the working title of the album, Automatic Changer

Artwork: Designer Robert Brownjohn was commissioned to create the image by his friend, guitarist Keith Richards, and was influenced by the working title of the album, Automatic Changer

Cover boys: Let It Bleed was the Rolling Stones

Cover boys: Let It Bleed was the Rolling Stones” eighth album. But only the second to not feature a group portrait on the sleeve