SteveAv wrote:Bump. Leia is now sold. Have some 20backs that I'll get posted up soon too.
Mocman wrote:My view for what it's worth is that prices will continue to rise steadily until those of us in our mid thirties and forties are six feet under and then tail off significantly as younger collectors will have no nostalgic or emotional investment in such iconic pieces. Lots of other variables will also come into play around that time as well e.g. Deteriorating condition of the pieces due to natural processes inherent in the pieces and rising costs of conserving them, much less interest in physical toys among young people who are more involved and interested in computer gaming leading to a massive fall off in interest. It is going to be a case of who is left carrying the parcel when the music stops in my view. Still, there are an interesting 3 to 4 decades left......
theforceuk wrote:Just wait until the Chinese become interested, then were all screwed.
Wreck-It Ralph wrote:theforceuk wrote:Just wait until the Chinese become interested, then were all screwed.
If the Chinese enter the market then I am sure 8D8 will become very popular overnight.
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