Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars!
Topic: CS:GO High Tier Collection On Sale!
An amazing collection got up for sale in the past days, being owned by an quite anonymous og (not the organization) collector know quite a bit by few collectors but mostly being pretty private. He sent all his nasty items to Zipel eight days ago to sell them for him, most of them being collected in ~2016.
All pictures are taken from Zipels Twitter post about the collection sale: Selling Post
The selling post came as quite a surprise
The decision of selling comes quite shocking, especially of the full collection at once, but everything does have an end and probably the owner decided to put the money in new passions. The interesting part is that he is trying to sell the items quick not like other collectors who are just listing their collections on buff163 and playing with them while waiting for the right buyers.
The main attraction
The collection is heavely composed by high-tier Katowice 2014 crafts, most noticeable one being the AK-47 Case Hardened #670 (reverse scar pattern) with four Titan holos along with some other very rare and unique crafts like the SSG Dragonfire with four HellRaisers holos, having a total of 24 Katowice 2014 holo stickers applied.
He also has a very nice Crown foil set of crafts mostly on some low float rare skins like the MP9 Bulldozer and MP7 Whiteout, with a total 19 of them applied.
Furthermore he was the owner of two of the most expensive stickers in the game, the Titan Holo Katowice 2014 and IBuyPower Holo Katowice 2014 which sold within two days. The collection doesn't miss knives as well of course, having one of each doppler gems for both M9 and Karambit.
Also worth mentioning is that there are some low float items as well, some of them being trade up imputs for old collections and some others being very iconic ones like the number one AUG Akihabara Accept and number one M4A1 Hot Rod. He also owned the famous lowest float non bugged skin in the game at some point (the M249 Gator Mesh).
In the end, the selling of that collection is quite a big deal and it's impressive and nice to see that some of the items got sold very fast, showing the demand for this items is quite big. It´s also nice to see that more and more private collectors are selling their high tier items via Zipel which is a great way to get safe deals for them and also great marketing. We´re looking forward to see who is going to buy the different items, for what prices and for how long they gonna hold on them.