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timfrom3

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I have an original Ideal For Living EP, with full provenance for sale on Discogs
wabznasm

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You might be better off on eBay. Don't know whether someone would lay down that amount of money without seeing some pictures first, just to confirm the condition. I know discogs is cheaper though....

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I was given the record by Rob Gretton when I was working at Rabid Records. I am indexed on page 60 of the Ian Curtis book. One side was played once on a really good system so its in really good nick. As regards selling it on Ebay I know I might get more for it but Discogs is a better cause. 
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Couldn't disagree with you there....

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Except that it's worth about £1000 not £2000.
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I had luck and got it for 130 Euro three months ago. Sleeve in very good + condition, record in very good - condition. Think discogs is a good place if you can wait for a good offer and dont need to sell it in a short time.
Good luck!

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I reckon you could definitely get £1500 for it in true Near Mint condition. Not Excellent condition. Makes a big difference.

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Yes, in near mint you can get 1500. Make good photos and post the link in discogs...
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Discogs is full of silly people offering stuff at stupid prices, one of the downsides of letting anyone list without paying any fees.

This clown is a good example:

http://www.discogs.com/sell/list?seller=The-1-and-Holy&btn=Search&sort=price%2Cdesc

You may not know any of these artists but take it from me every CD listed is worth less than £50.

Now, I'm not saying this AIFL is in the same league as these, it is however overpriced if you have any intention of actually selling it.

timfrom3

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According to Popsike it went for £2600 on ebay in Feb. this year.
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That auction also had 27 other rare JD singles bundled with it.

Since then AIFL (on its own) has sold for £800 and £976.

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