Bids Soar for Rare Sex Pistols Record | Top Auction
WhatSellsBest.com is reporting bidding has passed $11,000 on day-three of a seven-day auction for a rare vintage Sex Pistols Record (vinyl). Apparently, the price could go considerably higher.
Bids have passed $11,000 for a vintage Sex Pistols record (vinyl) on day-three of a seven-day online auction. According to James Massey, publisher of a website tracking sales of rare items online, the price could go considerably higher.
The record, listed online as a 35-year-old 7 inch promotional acetate featuring the controversial song “God Save the Queen” and “No Feelings” by the English punk rock band ’The Sex Pistols,’ has an L.T.S. record label that is apparently a substantial rarity. According to the sellers listing; “This is one of only two copies known to exist.”
According to James Massey, who’s currently tracking the auction at WhatSellsBest.com; “Sex Pistols vinyl has been really hot over the past few years. We’ve seen rare pressings of ”God Save the Queen" on A&M and Town House record labels, fetching as much as $17,000 and $23,000 online.
Massey also stated that it was reported in 2006, that another (Sex Pistols/God Save the Queen) L.T.S. record label sold online for $16,000. Adding; “It’s definitely going to be interesting to see how high this one climbs, compared to the previous (L.T.S. label) sale.”
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