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Bruce Juice is correct. It sold for £12,500 + BP/tax which equates to just shy of $20,000.

From the auctioneers website: 
10 Aug 2020 10:00 BST
12,500 GBP
Bolton, Greater Manchester
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I think that counts towards the BP. I know the BP is 15%.

£12,500 grand !! and it’s nether been anywhere near Led Zeppelin

A great deal for the future...

I nice score at a fair price.

Whats the final outcome are they both fake lps are the tracks coas fakes or are they both real

Keithspoon say lps fake but i think tracks coa real...

SO both lps are fake i think its time to get out of this hobby or only buy known older examples if the fakers are now this good how can anyone be sure they are getting the real thing  

Yes it'a hard hobby but you can see that the signatures in the two Lps are very strange.... the signature are like a print...

For me the more safe signatures are the autograph book with many signatures and in pen "biro". 

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