Fountain Records Manchester - Quarry platinum / Bona Drag gold

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  1. Famous when dead

    Famous when dead Vulgarian

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    I know there's buyers of this type of thing here - so just a heads up.
    Both previously belonging to Tracie Lees.
    They are divulging the price via their FB page inbox.

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    FWD.
     
  2. ordinaryboy86

    ordinaryboy86 Well-Known Member

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    Nice to look at, but they’re just in-house awards arnt they? You want the proper BPI or RIAA awards. Who’s tracie lees anyway?
     
  3. Alexi

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    I have this, is it worth anything ? ...... fingers crossed, but probably not, it’s from a Robert Plant album 09A74D87-72D6-42B6-9988-486540FCC1BE.jpeg
     
  4. Surface

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    They are very similar to the BPI version. I have one for Brotherhood by New Order and the words are "In recognition of sales of over 500K albums", underneath it says number 2 of 50?
     
  5. Famous when dead

    Famous when dead Vulgarian

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    Yes, I think they are in-house.
    I only pointed out the name as it has a bit more provenance than some of those generic things with gold spray paint / dodgy brass plaques you see out there.
    Can't find any reference to her with the companies at the time though.
    The Quarry one looks nice.
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    FWD.
     
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  6. ordinaryboy86

    ordinaryboy86 Well-Known Member

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    That’s probably worth to a Robert Plant collector what a Morrissey RIAA gold disc would be with to a Morrissey collector. So yes, of course it’s worth something, to the right person, and a right few quid I would imagine.
     
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  7. Alexi

    Alexi Well-Known Member

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    Thank you
     
  8. NealCassidy

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    You could make the bona drag one pretty easily. Or both?
     
  9. Anonymous

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    A 1994 award using a Parlophone cd that wasn't re-released until 1995??

    Shouldn't the cd displayed be the original HMV issue?
     
  10. Anonymous

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    Fountain Records.
    Enough said.
     
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