The auction description states:
Personal child good collection of two complete sets. Counted over 230 each Pink and coloured. Didn’t see doubles. Can’t confirm exact set but were complete before.
That means the per-figure prices of these listing have respectively been $4.30, $3.86, and now $3.65. Those price changes mean that there was a reduction of approximately 10.2% from the first week to the second week and then followed up by an approximately 5.4% reduction (with an average reduction of 7.8%). Based on those numbers, when will this lot become fairly priced? Let’s check the chart:
Just in case you would pay a different price, here is the complete chart.
The second auction, 111 Classic M.U.S.C.L.E. Men Figures, didn’t start at $0.99 but it’s hard to argue with a $35.00 starting bid for 111 Flesh figures – including Satan Cross.
These two vastly auctions highlight an important part about collecting M.U.S.C.L.E. figures. The truly routine will never sell for a truly outrageous price. Sure there is an ebb and flow, but you can’t just force a price.
M.U.S.C.L.E. collectors are willing to pay, but they aren’t stupid. Start at a better than fair price, have something to offer, and M.U.S.C.L.E. collectors will find you and drive the price up.