Rather significantly as well. I was going through my old prices paid/sold recently and I actually picked up an SGC 50 D304 Bell recently for less than I paid for an SGC 30 example a couple years back! From the prices I have a couple years back (both buying and selling), it seems that several SGC 30's were selling in the $850 range back then. Now, they are more in the $400 range. These are about the only cards I noticed (especially to this degree) that have went down in price over the last two years.
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Could be the fact that it's no longer a "hot" set. It's never been a popular set. Once the deep pockets got their fill and moved on, the only people left chasing the cards are the few people that were actually collecting them in the first place and manybe a few new people. I know the cards are tough to find, but when took off in popularity, I thought the price level they moved to was out of line with rarity and demand.
I hope they come down enough, so I can afford an sgc 50 Hofer.
I picked up my Collins about 2 years ago and I paid up for it. It's my favorite pose in the set, probably tied with the Cobb. At one time I had a bunch including a really sharp Young. Prices a year or two ago were just insane so lately I think the market has been correcting itself on D304's. Great set though.
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