Link to ebay listing.
Currently the bid is up to US $124,740.50, if you’re interested. Not a bad take given that the seller bought the acetate for 75 cents!
In September of 2002 Warren Hill of Montreal Canada was perusing a box of records at a Chelsea, New York street sale when he happened upon a nice Leadbelly 10″ on Folkways, a water damaged copy of the first Modern Lovers LP on Beserkely, and a brittle 12″ piece of acetone-covered aluminum with the words “Velvet Underground. 4-25-66. Att N. Dolph” written on the label. He purchased the three records for 75 cents each.
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That is amazing, bro. I scanned the bid list and wanted to write to each person on there and ask exactly why they were willing to bid that much money for an original vinyl. It makes me feel better about the world to which we try to sell original artwork. Fantastic.
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