I occasionally check eBay for assorted items; this is typically for the science half of my life, but I sometimes find Judaica which probably should not be sold there. For example, I know that in the case of a sefer torah, there is an obligation to purchase, rather than letting it go to a non-Jew. Does this always apply and furthermore, does it apply to purchasing other sta"m (holy scribe-written) products?
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