What Sells Best reports that a 35-year-old Sex Pistols promotional record sold for $19,672 on eBay today.
The bidding ended at $19,672 (£12,629) for this rare vintage Sex Pistols record on eBay, placing it among the highest-priced Sex Pistols memorabilia we've monitored in recent years.
The record, listed 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."
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