Yet another number plate sells for hundreds of thousands

Yet another number plate sells for hundreds of thousands

Someone set off a fad. Now a Delaware man has paid US$675,000 for the number 6. And he would have paid more. It’s yet more confirmation that the market for collectibles is booming in the face of a looming depression. The link has a great summary of the proceedings at the auction – very exciting.

I’m trying to think what might be next. Perhaps phonecards might make a comeback, or Angora goats.

Any ideas?

Someone set off a fad. Now a Delaware man has paid US$675,000 for the number 6. And he would have paid more. It’s yet more confirmation that the market for collectibles is booming in the face of a looming depression. The link has a great summary of the proceedings at the auction – very exciting.

I’m trying to think what might be next. Perhaps phonecards might make a comeback, or Angora goats.

Any ideas?

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