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Rare reports: The 10 heftiest gains on artwork sales over the last two weeks
The ???? moment ???? has ???? come: We’re dusting off the ol’ SuperRare secondary market ledger, cracking a few 48oz vodka-spiked Red Bulls and pulling consecutive all nighters to bring you a list of the juiciest gains and thickest cut margins in our not-so-new series: Rare Reports.
Here are the artwork sales over the last 14 days that resulted in the highest percentage of profit for the previous owner. Primary market sales are excluded, this is just about highlighting collectors who had an early eye for hidden gems that blossomed into classics.
That’s a Business Class on British Airways-like profit of $5,968 (or 3,440%).
A $7,647 profit (or 3,790%) in less than 90 days of ownership!
The sale resulted in a cholesterol-spiking $207,846 (or 7,810%) in profit.
The result was a “listening to Whitney Houston on molly” magnitude profit of $2,034 (or 9,554%).
Fill car with foam machines and drive to Cabo, thats a $15,780 (or 16,089%) profit!
Better buy bigger cargo shorts, that’s a $16,861 (or 20,799%) profit!
That’s a $31,762 (or 21,816%), “handing out full size Snickers on Halloween” level of profit.
¡No mames cabroncito, una pinche ganancia de $16,898 (o 33,100%)!
That’s a “YouTube video of a solider being reunited with his lost dog” profit of $206,142 (or 100,615%)!!
An “open a tub of Ben & Jerry’s and throw away the lid” level of profit at $66,408 (or 108,957%)!!
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