Top 20 most expensive Sisters bootlegs sold on eBay in 2020

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Elon
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Hi guys

the review is available here:

https://dravalanchesvaults.blogspot.com ... sters.html
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Thanks for the link
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I'm not a collector but that was an interesting read, thanks.

I guess that collectibles are one of the niches that had a pandemic upside? K-shaped recovery and all that - people sitting at home with spare cash wondering how to indulge their passions. Not everyone is into BTC or Robinhood. I expect that other collectibles markets would show similar bumper years in 2020, including those with real volumes like art, wine, stamps, old cars etc . But I'm much too lazy to go and research it.
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I guess that collectibles are one of the niches that had a pandemic upside?
Yes, that's definitely the case. I believe also the Discogs marketplace had its best year ever in 2020, and Omega Auctions is seeing great numbers as well. COVID provides people with more time and, paradoxically -- for those who have not lost their livelihood -- more money, to spend on their passions since the other entertainment options are limited. Nobody is spending much on experiential activities such as travel or sports. Not to mention that shopping is also known to be a stress-management behavior...

The other side of this is the supply side, with more people being put in a situation where they must sell their collections because they lost their job, which also feeds the growth of the market as more interesting items turn up than on an average year.
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Fascinating article. Thank you for sharing.
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I have to admit that the idea of "fake bootlegs" made my mind boggle. A bootleg of a bootleg? What has the world come to?
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