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SHOOM FLYER

Post by Ruma » 24 Jan 2013, 22:20

I see there's the rare shoom flyer on eBay,can I have your price predictions please !? I'll say £40 ! :-o
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Post by Ruma » 24 Jan 2013, 22:40

It gets better! The first spectrum flyer from may 1988 is now on there aswell !! I bet that sells for £50 plus ! :-?
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Re: SHOOM FLYER

Post by Wigs » 25 Jan 2013, 08:37

I agree.. Think the shoom flyer should go for around £40... and as for the Spectrum... I guess about the same..

Anyway my predictions are...

Shoom - £42.97
Spectrum - £46.50

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Post by phatmedia » 25 Jan 2013, 09:21

The shoom flyer that George Georgiou designed with the falling smileys on it was up the other day but they must have got an out of ebay offer as it finished early. http://www.ebay.co.uk/csc/i.html?_from= ... te=1&rt=nc

Selfridges did an exhibition and auction through Dreweatts with this one in a frame along with a newsletter back in 2009. I put an online bid on but it went for over £200! http://www.invaluable.com/auction-lot/g ... rcy4cr8dvd

I think Danny Rampling credits himself as designing the heart one.

Predictions:
Shoom £68
Spectrum £42 (but I think is rarer than Shoom)
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Post by phatmedia » 25 Jan 2013, 09:24

Just found the PDF from the Artcore auction. http://www.dnfa.com/catalogues/13077.pdf
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Re: SHOOM FLYER

Post by Wigs » 26 Jan 2013, 14:40

phatmedia wrote:The shoom flyer that George Georgiou designed with the falling smileys on it was up the other day but they must have got an out of ebay offer as it finished early. http://www.ebay.co.uk/csc/i.html?_from= ... te=1&rt=nc

Selfridges did an exhibition and auction through Dreweatts with this one in a frame along with a newsletter back in 2009. I put an online bid on but it went for over £200! http://www.invaluable.com/auction-lot/g ... rcy4cr8dvd

I think Danny Rampling credits himself as designing the heart one.

Predictions:
Shoom £68
Spectrum £42 (but I think is rarer than Shoom)
I've sent the ebay member a message asking how much it went for so I can record on here (you never know they might reply). Never seen that one come up before, so hope they got a very good offer..
I am very nosey arent I.. =))

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Re: SHOOM FLYER

Post by Wigs » 29 Jan 2013, 20:50

Wigs wrote: I've sent the ebay member a message asking how much it went for so I can record on here (you never know they might reply). Never seen that one come up before, so hope they got a very good offer..
I am very nosey arent I.. =))
Well I had a massage back that they couldn't help me... Oh well.

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Re: SHOOM FLYER

Post by Ruma » 29 Jan 2013, 22:26

Well our predictions were all wrong for the spectrum flyer,it sold for £72 !!!!! :-o
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Re: SHOOM FLYER

Post by phatmedia » 29 Jan 2013, 22:27

Ruma wrote:It gets better! The first spectrum flyer from may 1988 is now on there aswell !! I bet that sells for £50 plus ! :-?
Ruma was closest with £50 plus. http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/221181601973? ... fresh=true ^:)^

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