Question of value

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  1. Dah Padre

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    I have a MISB Hasbro first release MP Prime with the black gun. Back at botcon 2006 I got it autographed by Peter Cullen and snapped a pic of him doing it. I've contemplated selling it for a couple years now. How much do you guys think it's really worth?
     
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    Those things are tough to put a price on P. Usually these things are valued most by the owner. You are more likely to get the value of the toy itself. Unless you find a hardcore Cullen fan.
     
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    Yeah that's kind of what I'm thinking. Then again what better place to find a Peter Cullen fanatic than a Transformer board???
     
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    I've had a Walmart exclusive Blue Rattrap signed by Scott McNeil in my sales thread for six months or so, without so much as a counter-offer. Autographs don't seem to add much of a premium to toys, especially regular con attendees.
     
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    ^ I would even go as far as to say that autographs detract from the value of an item (if you are planning to resell it, but priceless if you only ever had it done for yourself).
     

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