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Sex Pistols' 'God Save The Queen' vinyl on sale for £10,000

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A rare copy of iconic Sex Pistols single 'God Save The Queen' has gone on sale for £10,000 ($15,000).

The 1977 vinyl has the five-figure price tag attached since most copies of the song were destroyed when the punk rockers were dropped by A&M Records before its release.

According to online music store 991.com, the mint condition, unplayed disc was obtained from an "ex-industry source with impeccable credentials".

"This is not only one of the rarest records in existence but is certainly the most sought after and no serious record collection is complete without it," the listing adds.

It is suggested on the website that the "reluctant" seller may buy the vinyl back if it is not soon snapped up.

'God Save The Queen' was last year voted the second most controversial song ever behind 'Smack My Bitch Up' by The Prodigy.

Watch the Sex Pistols video for 'God Save The Queen' below:

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