I think the big difference between Sellam and a lot of people selling on, say, eBay is
that Sellam is One Of Us: He?s a collector and enthusiast himself, not just someone hoping
to make a buck off of a market in which they?re not themselves a participant.
So the stuff that I?ve gotten from Sellam feels like stuff *of Sellam?s* that I?ve gotten,
rather than stuff Sellam just picked up to resell. And that?s something I really