Grant_C wrote:I guess we'll see next week after the new Luke Skywalker trailer.
Personally, I don't see any downturn. I see pencil case shop displays going for £5000 and 77 Back ROTJ Luke Jedis being discussed at £250 as if its normal conversation. Loose Leia's at £100+, I think we may have seeing a slowing of a serge in process, but guess we'll see.
mr_palitoy wrote:I think the market is good as long as Disney are churning out new content.
The thing that will bring on the big decline in vintage prices will be when the collectors starting passing on.
If you go to the likes of Barry Potter, its stuffed full of corgi/matchbox cars and trains from the 50s/60s and not many buyers. That will be Star Wars in 20-30 years time.
Bonsai_Tree_Ent wrote:There has just been an article on this very subject on the swca blog, well worth a read: http://blog.theswca.com/2017/10/
Bonsai_Tree_Ent wrote:I don't think we are even remotely close to the hobby declining. Just you wait till the 'I grew up Star Wars' generation reaches 65 retirement age and then you'll see some serious increases in terms of time and money being poured into the hobby. All of us old duffers will need something to fill our days with, and by my reckoning that's still 20 years away!
lejackal wrote:Since my op some nutter has paid £572 for a Trilogo Hybrid Greedo in far worse condition than the last one to sell at about £400 so I take it back
jared007 wrote:I saw one post the other day from a guy selling up his collection because he has the chance to buy a classic car he always wanted.
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