Do you think auto's should be worth more? Jun 13, 2006 19:02:37 GMT -5
Post by Collector on Jun 13, 2006 19:02:37 GMT -5
Of course, there's a good share of high valued auto's, but there also seems to be a good share of low-end auto's. With my luck, I usually pull the low-end auto's that book around $15-20. There's others that book over $150, though. It's usually the auto's like Nolan Ryan that book for that much. Compare his auto's to some of the other great players from then, and you'll notice that the Ryan is usually higher in value. Carlton Fisk's auto from the 2004 Topps Original Signature set is only at $40-60, while his rookie alone is worth $50. It just doesn't make much sense. Maybe it's the fact that too many auto's are being produced in certain sets. I do think, though, that auto's should be worth more, even if it's a minor player. I think auto's should be less produced, so they can go up more in value. Besides, the odds of pulling auto's are hard to come by unless you buy hobby boxes. What's the fun in pulling an auto if it's only gonna be worth $15-20? Was the odds really worth the pull? I definitely think that auto's should be worth more with the odds of pulling one. What are your thoughts?