Are PSA Set Registry sets demanding a significant premium over the value of the individual cards?
In Heritage's 9/29/23 auction, there were 8 high grade 1970s Topps sets(only 1970 and 1972 were not included) for sale. The average VCP for the individual cards in all 8 sets totaled $700,000. The final sales price for all 8 registry sets totaled $1,227,000. That represents an average set premium for those 8 sets of 75%. Do you believe that level of set premium(75%) is warranted in todays baseball card market or were these bidders to aggressive?