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If someone will pay it, it's justified. Looking at their other listings and feedback, it seems that plenty of people do pay good money for things that would seem, to me, to be of little value. Capitalism at its best.

 

Cheers,

Terry

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If someone will pay it, it's justified. Looking at their other listings and feedback, it seems that plenty of people do pay good money for things that would seem, to me, to be of little value. Capitalism at its best.

 

Cheers,

Terry

 

Here's another with a higher price. Must put some of mine up for sale.

 

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/World-War-II-U-S-Army-Photo-German-Troops-Flee-1944-/190362802255?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item2c5281d84f

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I've noticed this sort of trend recently, however I've never actually seen any indication that these things sell at such crazy prices.

 

Quite often now with rare or rare-ish books you'll find similar - a book which perhaps is worth £50 to £150 second-hand, but some online seller (usually in the US) has a copy which is listed at 10 to 20 times that. I imagine that if you're not in a rush to sell, eventually someone will perhaps pay way over the odds.

 

It is however rather different when the subject is such a completely naff and uninteresting photo!

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