Jojo wrote:Hehe, I remember that. The minimum amount wasn't even that exorbitant high, I think it was only $3 while the red ghost was $0.1. I got several e-mails from potential buyers who asked me to kindly lower that minimum so that they were able to buy the piece. Not one of them asked me to raise the price of the red ghost. (Obviously it wasn't worth even $3 to them. There you have it!)
troll wrote:the older the rarer, almost and if a minifig or part is in an expensive set, its more rare.. simple enought.
the older the rarer, almost and if a minifig or part is in an expensive set, its more rare.. simple enought.
Unfortunately, it isn't that simple. There are plenty of very old parts that aren't rare, aren't valuable, and aren't desired by very many people at all.
Also there is a trend for pieces that are only in expensive sets to be more rare, but that isn't always the case. For instance, there are pieces that came only in the first Hogwart's castle that aren't as rare or valuable as parts that came in smaller, cheaper limited run sets.
Isn't the black sword that came with the armor shop quite rare
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