One Of The Rarest Records In The World Sells For $15,882USD; Only Nine Copies Are Thought To Exist
Discogs confirms the Most Expensive Item Sold for November 2018 is the Sex Pistols' 'God Save The Queen' unreleased A&M Records 7" for $15,882USD breaking the Most Expensive Items Sold record for a 7" held by The Beatles' Love Me Do selling for $14,757USD in March 2018. Genuine original pressings of God Save The Queen have the serrated anti-slip necklace and 7284 written twice on the B-Side runout, one above the other. Also of note, runout (Side A label) is AMS 7284A and runout (Side B label) is AMS 7284B. See the entire list of Discogs' Most Expensive Items Sold for November HERE.
Sex Pistols originally signed to A&M Records, and 25,000 copies of God Save The Queen were pressed before A&M's Herb Alpert reportedly destroyed the Sex Pistols' recording contract six days after signing. The A&M Records pressing of God Save The Queen remains one of the rarest punk records of all-time.
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