The first edition of the Charlie Hebdo magazine after the vicious attack by terrorists is now selling for as much as £500 on ebay despite having a cover price of only 3 Euros (£2:20).
The magazine is on sale mainly in France where it is being published so those who are not in France may have to shell out £500 to get a copy on ebay.
Shops in Paris are selling the magazine for €3 (£2.30), but online listings are offering it for around in a direct purchase for around €50.
Reports say that long queues are being formed in front of newsagents kiosks all over France by people who want to get their hands on the magazine that has been called a “piece of history” by certain people.
The front cover carries a cartoon of a crying Prophet Mohamed holding a sign saying “Je suis Charlie”, a response to the killing of 12 people, including eight journalists, at its Paris offices.