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Ozzy, ZZ/Hagar ... official/bootleg

Post by houseofdodd »

Curious if anyone has an opinion on these .. I get the sense they may be bootlegs .. the shirts are definitely 80s based on the material (texture, thin) and tags, but the colors and no copyright make me think bootleg? And if so, any value in bootlegs?

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Re: Ozzy, ZZ/Hagar ... official/bootleg

Post by jimmyj »

Boots can have just as much value. Def. have a design style all their own too - but have seen licensed tees in this same style. Strangely I think boots influenced the design of licensed tees. So sometimes a fine line between boots and licensed - hard to be sure what's what.

The Ozzy will do best, I've found not many ZZ Top tees are really sought after. Same with Hagar, although Sammy will do better than ZZ. Although I've found that raglans, like ringers have taken a bit of hit in popularity recently.

Def. bootleg-esque brands. But plenty of non boots on Fantasy tags.
Jimmy J

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