All of Zeppelin sign guitar to be auctioned to help stroke survivor Jerry Donahue in News Posted November 27, 2019 Archivist, I agree with your ideas of value perception and the overall point of your reply, but let's not forget to consider the type of person who will pony up to buy this. A person to whom perceived value is no concern, in fact, amazingly they likely feel that paying more is a mark of status in society. I envision a person who is in the 1%; a someone who comparatively makes Jimmy Page appear to have average wealth. This person has a yacht with a security team on board (to fend off pirates in the Indian Ocean) and they own a $38 million dollar mansion on Cape Cod, Ma. USA, with a personal staff of 10, that they sail to to stay for only one week a year, but it sits empty the rest of the time. They have gigantic empty homes like this around the world along with a personal museums full of cars that they never drive. They have rooms full of items such as this they purchase on a whim, including a room much like the secret government warehouse from the Indiana Jones movies. This is where this amazing guitar will end up along with many other fantastic items that should be in a museum so that the fans who live in the real world can enjoy it. A sad state of affairs and I know I am just being drunk and Vonnegut-ly pessimistic as I write this up. Maybe someone will buy the guitar and donate it to a museum or art gallery...At least no matter what the proceeds from this will go to this great cause!