Progressive Rock

Skryvania, Vinyl LP -1978 ($1500-$1700)

December 14, 2018

Skryvania was a Symphonic Progressive Rock band from France. They formed in 1977 and disbanded at 1978. During that period they released an extraordinary LP witch happens to be one other rarest European Progressive Rock vinyl records up to date. Skryvania had definite influences from bands such as Yes and Genesis and even though they considered young they were remarkable musicians.

200 copies of this vinyl record were pressed in Belgium and the highest bid for one of them was 1910 euros in 2016

At this moment there is a very scarce amount of copies of this vinyl record up for sale on the net. If you are interesting in owning this record it is going to cost you a price tag of 1500 to 1700 dollars.


 In Hans Pokora’s book “Record Collectors Dream 2001” the vinyl record Skryvania  has a Valuation of rarity 5/6

– RYM Rating  3.30 / 5.0

– Highlights: Tristan et Iseult, Epopée

– Value (NM): $1500-$1700


TOP 6 HIGHEST SOLD PRICES  (ebay – Discogs)

1810€ (23 bids – Start Price:1000€) / 2016-02-13 / ( Cover: NM | Media: NM / Seller from Belgium)
£1220 ( 21 bids- Start Price:£1)/ 2011-09-19 / ( Cover: VG | Media: EX / Seller from Belgium )
$1326 (3 bids- Start Price:$1200)/ 2016-02-26 / ( Cover: VG+ | Media: VG+ / Seller from Austria)
$1200 (“Buy it Now”) / 2015-08-03 / ( No Details about Condition or Seller )
$677 (18 bids – Start Price:$50) / 2018-03-11 / ( Cover: VG | Media: VG / Seller from USA)
$520 (10 bids – Start Price:$10) / 2006-10-12 / ( Cover: VG+ | Media: EX / Seller from Japan)


 

Label: D.M.Recordings  ‎– DMR001
Format: Vinyl, LP

Country: Belgium
Released:1978

Tracklist

A: Tristan Et Iseult , Raid, Le Château D’Orphée

B:Intro, Epopée, Final


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