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Yes, it makes perfect sense to me.
And I'm so glad that I bought all those Basquiat drawings back in the 1980s -- https://www.nytimes.com/2017/05/17/arts/design/jean-michel-basquiat-sothebys-auction.html.
I was paying $50 each for them; my wife said that the paper was worth only a few cents; I told her, "Trust me on this one."
: Jeff, does it really make sense to you that watches that were not
: rare and fairly cheap back in the day (as low as $88) are really
: worth as much as an apartment?