Flames Of Hell Fire And Steel

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The Knell
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Post#16 » Tue Mar 24, 2009 9:52 pm

slayer-bootlegs wrote:
The Knell wrote:That FoH might have an insane value..Ive seen way more Leather Nunn's etc than FoHs
you think the FOH is more worth as the Leather Nunn because the LN has 500 copies and the FOH less ?
I think it's more worth because there seem to be much less copies around and the demand seems to be higher
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Post#17 » Wed Mar 25, 2009 8:22 am

The Knell wrote:
slayer-bootlegs wrote:
The Knell wrote:That FoH might have an insane value..Ive seen way more Leather Nunn's etc than FoHs
you think the FOH is more worth as the Leather Nunn because the LN has 500 copies and the FOH less ?
I think it's more worth because there seem to be much less copies around and the demand seems to be higher
not sure ...... many records are rarer as a Leather Nunn and the demand seem higher.....mmhh....like a "The Hexenhammer" from Metallica and the worth from a Hexenhammer is not higher as the worth from the LN........but however that must constitute everyone with itself......

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Post#18 » Sun Jul 04, 2010 6:07 pm

Thread necromancy, but the original Fire And Steel LP is up for sale:

http://www.nwnprod.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=15973

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Re: Flames Of Hell Fire And Steel

Post#19 » Mon Sep 02, 2019 2:32 am

So 10 years on and is there any clarity on:

- how many copies actually are floating around?
- whether any copies still exist with Draconian Records?

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