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  • Top 30 Most Expensive Items Sold In Discogs Marketplace For February 2018

    Just for fun ...

    https://blog.discogs.com/en/top-30-m..._30_2018_04_05
    "White paper inner sleeve is pristine ..."

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    Record collecting is a weird science. Our monthly Top 30 is strong evidence of that. Some months have items by a non-famous artist or band and others, this included, you will see one of the best selling bands of all time crowning the list. See who's on the list of February 2018's most expensive items sold on Discogs.
    "White paper inner sleeve is pristine ..."

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    • #3
      Ok, so apparently the Joy Division was fully signed

      but 2500 for Sabbath and 3500 for Krokodil?

      Maybe I should start selling my records

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      • #4
        Always Floyd init? For some reason that 'Agnostic Front' EP looks eerily familiar, I hope I never owned but then again there are quite a few records I've owned in the past and trashed that I dare not even think about.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by Mescal View Post
          Ok, so apparently the Joy Division was fully signed

          but 2500 for Sabbath and 3500 for Krokodil?

          Maybe I should start selling my records
          Yes, the only explanation for that Krokodil is the buyer must have been a complete idiot.
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          • #6
            Yeah, like in the light of history I can somehow understand the Black Sabbath. It is a good album, first press and first album of a very important band .

            but that Krokodil is not even that good.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Mescal View Post
              Ok, so apparently the Joy Division was fully signed

              but 2500 for Sabbath and 3500 for Krokodil?

              Maybe I should start selling my records
              They should definitely include the condition and sellers notes in those blog posts.

              The Kusudo & Worth is nice gentle folk. Also I wouldn't mind copies of the Kingstonians and Parisians 45s, both good tracks

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              • #8
                That Parisians single popped up on my wants list - just for the sheer thrill of it I added it to my "basket". Only to find the next day it had been removed from my basket - you just can't beat that visceral rush of nearly owning something. Like taking a Porsche out for a test drive.
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                • #9
                  Blimey. I've got one of those listed ...
                  OK: ready; let's do it ...

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                  • #10
                    whys that Sabbath so high?
                    that was a £20 album not long ago. i still find them regularly in Birmingham bootsales for £1. been giving them to mates!
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                    • #11
                      $2500? I'm on my way to Birmingham ...

                      The pilot wants to know if it's Alabama way ...
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                      • #12
                        Are discogs being deliberately frugal with all the facts in some of these cases -- e.g. the Joy Division LP being fully signed -- in the hope of exciting the market? Or are they just careless? These details would make the list a more interesting read.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Paul-K View Post
                          whys that Sabbath so high?
                          that was a £20 album not long ago. i still find them regularly in Birmingham bootsales for £1. been giving them to mates!
                          Discogs list 286 versions of that album! Guessing it's the first press junkies. Being a collector of obscure comedy records that is never normally an issue as I have very few records that ever earn a second pressing, let alone a 286th. Monty Python seem to be an exception with so many matrix variant nerds posting up different copies of the album that I just gave up and selected ones at random to add to my Discogs collection.
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Mescal View Post
                            Yeah, like in the light of history I can somehow understand the Black Sabbath. It is a good album, first press and first album of a very important band .

                            but that Krokodil is not even that good.
                            I like Krokodil a lot but this price is totally nuts. I notice the reissue on Second Battle is also expensive. I can't stand Discogs...
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