Auction Watch #256

The warped figures from last week obviously didn’t sell. I hope people learn from the PSA.

The other two featured auctions surprised me – but not for the reasons I would normally expect.

The Board Game auction sold for $78.88. Do you know what surprised me? It came so close to $82.72 (the average price between the sealed board game sell for $100 about a year ago and the unused game, with extra figures, that sold for $65.43). It was $3.84 away from what I kind of expected. Wow.

And congratulations to the winner. That’s a really nice M.U.S.C.L.E. item.

The Detailed M.U.S.C.L.E. lot did something I really can’t remember ever seeing. Nick, being a more through inspector than I, was quick to identify that the “Class A” figures were actually Orange.

The seller actually made the correction. I assume it was pointed out to the seller. I can’t remember a seller being this receptive to feedback. Unfortunately, the new corrected listing has the same starting price. Wow.

This week was pretty grim. The listings were either terrible or uninteresting. It’s been forever and a day since I couldn’t find listings worth talking about. There was one listing, but not because it’s an amazing M.U.S.C.L.E. lot.

The only listing, Huge Mini-figure Lot Kinnikuman Ultra Man M.U.S.C.L.E Jigglers Dino Riders, was selected because I don’t know why it is at $31 (as of writing).

Who is chasing this lot? What are the desirable figures? It certainly isn’t the M.U.S.C.L.E./Kinnikuman figures.

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