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Thread: Lovely bit of memoribilia

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    Lovely bit of memoribilia


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    fook me 47 quid for a flyer. forgive mt ignorance but whats special about it?

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    Its only the same as vynil - for collectors of flyers this is pretty special!

    Shoom was one of the first clubs to open their doors as a pioneering house venue... to have a flyer for the opening night of such an even in such good condition is pretty rare tbh... id love to have it bein a collector myself but i cant afford those prices

    not seen that flyer go for sale before

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    Bet its a photocopy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Billy Liar View Post
    Bet its a photocopy.
    well u never know thats the trouble - and prob why id never pay that amount of cash for a flyer

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    I had a friend who had the same 1st shoom flyer in addition to later shoom, genisis, world dance, sunrise etc etc flyers with pictures of him and friends partying. It was all mounted up in a glass frame about A2 in size. Looked great but he got kicked out of his flat and the landlord smashed it up and threw it away back in 92ish!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Northern Star View Post
    Its only the same as vynil - for collectors of flyers this is pretty special!

    Shoom was one of the first clubs to open their doors as a pioneering house venue... to have a flyer for the opening night of such an even in such good condition is pretty rare tbh... id love to have it bein a collector myself but i cant afford those prices

    not seen that flyer go for sale before
    ahh i never realized it was the first one. are flyers collectible in their own right or would it be people who were at the night be interested in buying them?

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    it's not...

    Quote Originally Posted by slaggymong View Post
    ahh i never realized it was the first one. are flyers collectible in their own right or would it be people who were at the night be interested in buying them?
    the first one. The original shoom was at the fitness center in southwark street (same street as the one I work on now) that flyer is for busbys which is in central london. Some of the old flyers are worth hundreds though and may be worth thousands one day
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    WOW!! People pay that much for flyers? That is crazeeeey!

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    Wish id kept my flyer collection, had some great ones all the early renaissance ones and ones from the orbit and hard times...used to pick em up in places like fourth wave and fulcrum in hudds as i spent most of my life in record shops back then tbh
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    i've got loads...

    Quote Originally Posted by Presuming Ed View Post
    Wish id kept my flyer collection, had some great ones all the early renaissance ones and ones from the orbit and hard times...used to pick em up in places like fourth wave and fulcrum in hudds as i spent most of my life in record shops back then tbh
    of the old fantazia, dreamscape type ones. The pez ones are worth lots.
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