It is accompanied by a sketch of a teddy-boy in a heavy black coat holding an umbrella, surrounded by the words 'Crombie Boys', 'Reggae', 'Aggro', 'Soccer', 'Bovver' and 'Doc's'.
Most of the work was created by Vicious, then known by his real name of John Simon Beverley, when he was a student at Hackney College of Further Education in the mid-1970s. At the time, he took the coursework home to give to his mother Anne Beverley who kept them proudly in her house for the rest of her life. When she died in 1996, they passed to the Sid Vicious estate.
The book, called Sid Vicious' Book of Artwork signed by official biographer Alan Parker, is now being sold at auction and is expected to fetch up to 4,000 pounds.
Mr Parker, 45, from Maida Vale, west London, said: 'I was his official biographer and knew his family very well. 'These pictures were all done when he was at art college, aged 15 or 16, and were probably part of his course work.
'They are watercolours or sketches, and show a completely different side of the Sid Vicious people think of now. At that time he was just a skinny kid at college. He was pretty chilled out with greased back hair, always following the latest fashion. He didn't stand out as a troublemaker - the only distinguishing thing was that he was probably considered a talented artist.
Now, people might think of him variously as a punk rocker, a drug addict, or a potential murderer who died at just 21-years-old. I think he was a sweeter guy underneath it all, even later in his life, but as with a lot of people you have to scratch away the veneer to find it. I would hope this gives people a bit of an insight into his younger self and I'm sure any punk fans would appreciate how incredible it is.'
James Wilkinson, of the London-based auctioneers the Fame Bureau, said: 'It shows the softer side of Sid. People tend to remember him standing on a stage, soaked in blood and sneering at the audience, but here he's painting flowers."
'Nobody has ever seen this side of him before, and the pictures have never been seen by the public. These are incredible important items for any punk fan. He was such an iconic figure, and these show a totally different part of his life.'
The book is being sold alongside a unique gold chain worn by Vicious as a teenager and it expected to fetch up to £4,000. Also for sale is the last Sex Pistols' contract signed by Sid Vicious for the Sex Pistols' last concert in 1978. It has an estimate of £3,500.