You can buy a copy of the Sex Pistols’ ‘God Save the Queen’ for $10,000

The money vinyl collectors can earn by selling the most expensive record in the world could fuel a rainy-day fund fit for a queen.

A copy of the Sex Pistols’ “God Save the Queen” from 1977 fetches $10,578, more than any other album in the world, according to a list created by online casino MrGamez. Only 25,000 copies of the record were made, and just nine exist with the original sleeve from the now-defunct A&M records. The record itself sold out in six days.

The list was produced based on the auction results of albums on eBay EBAY, -0.73% in the U.K.

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