3. DAVID BOWIE/DIAMOND DOGS (1974)
The first version of this collection was pulled back since the cover included a puppy’s private parts. The mark, RCA, allegedly “got nervous” and chose to Photoshop the concerned area for the final version. However, a few representatives were savvy enough to keep the originals. In 2003, a duplicate sold on eBay for $3550. Given the time that has past and the lamentable truth that Bowie is no longer alive, you can envision what these uncommon duplicates would offer for now.
4. SEX PISTOLS/”GOD SAVE THE QUEEN”/”NO FEELINGS” 7-INCH (1977)
The English punk rock band the Sex Pistols were signed on towards the beginning of March 1977 by A&M Records. They were dropped just six days later because of their conduct. When it chose to cut ties with the band, A&M had effectively pressed 25,000 duplicates of their single “God Save the Queen.” An order was given for the records to be demolished. Nevertheless, in the course of recent years, nine duplicates have surfaced and have sold for over $8600. Nobody knows what number of duplicates are still unaccounted for, yet somebody most likely must be a fortunate number 10.