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Pair of Levi’s from 1880’s sells for nearly R1.4m

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An old pair of Levi jeans from the 1880s has sold for nearly R1,4million after they were found in an old mine. The pants are marked by candle wax. According to their auction listing, the jeans are one of the oldest known Levis from the gold rush era and “the holy grail of vintage denim collecting.”

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