Friday, April 4, 2008

Friday Marketwatch - April 4, Monthly Marketwatch: March

As of today, April 4 the following are stats covering the last 7 days on ebay for etopps in-hands:

Quantity of etopps in-hands listings: 383
Sell-Through: 38.64%
Average starting price: $2.09
Average final price: $5.50

Highest Single Card Sale: 2006 Kobe Bryant, $26.00
Highest Mult-Card Sale: None
Highest Graded Sale: 2006 Brett Favre PSA 9, $12.00
Highest Non-Graded Autograph Sale: 2001 LaDainian Tomlinson, $225.00
Highest Graded Autograph Sale: None

Other best sellers:

  • Cal Ripken Classic Baseball Event
  • Torrie Wilson Autograph
  • 2006 Peyton Manning
  • CTNW 1982 Wade Boggs
  • Allen & Ginter Milestones & Moments Barry Bonds

In-hand listing (not including graded or autographed) that received most bids that sold well: Torrie Wilson Autograph, 16 Bids


The following are stats covering the month of March for etopps in-hand cards:

Quantity of etopps in-hands listings: 1,348
Sell-Through: 53.49%
Average starting price: $2.77
Average final price: $8.47

Highest Single Card Sale: 2007 Cameron Maybin, $24.99
Highest Mult-Card Sale: Mickey Mantle Collection, $300.00
Highest Graded Sale: 2001 Albert Pujols BGS 9, $115.00
Highest Non-Graded Autograph Sale: Brett Favre 50,000 Yds Event, $250.00
Highest Graded Autograph Sale: 2001 LaDainian Tomlinson, BGS 9.5, $278.56

Other best sellers:
Allen & Ginter Presidents Set
Allen & Ginter John F. Kennedy
2001 Mark Brunell
2001 Brett Favre
1954 Mickey Mantle Reprint

In-hand listing (not including graded or autographed) that received most bids that sold well: Allen & Ginter Presidents Set, 12 bids.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Ever notice the difference between searching: (bgs etopps vs bgs e-topps) or (psa etopps vs psa e-topps) on ebay? Wild different in output - just an FYI - I don't get why.

No Brainer Bargains said...
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No Brainer Bargains said...

think I know why. When you look at the title of these graded cards, they say "E-topps" rather than etopps. I think this started the wave of graded listings by copying what it says on the graded card rather than going by common sense. For some reason these graded card sellers are under the assumption that BGS and PSA are correct in naming the card.