I have a 4" nickel, purchased new in 1978. The sticker says list price was $397.95. Selling price was $349.95. Sorry I can't help you on other years. I bought a couple in the 80's but I don't have any paperwork left nor nearly the memory to recall.
A Buck-an-a-Quarter !!!! /forums/images/graemlins/shocked.gif /forums/images/graemlins/shocked.gif /forums/images/graemlins/shocked.gif
Now I know I'm gonna have to change my subscription.
They're juicin' the prices where I've been buyin' /forums/images/graemlins/wink.gif
Is it just my screen or does everyone else see on your page the fact that it looks like it states the Python is a "5" shot ?
Maybe that's why it's only a Buck-twenny-five, cuz you're store is sellin' some foreign knock-offs.... LOL
If we had a good accurate way of computing inflation, better than the consumer price index we work with now, it might be a bit of gulp to see how much those 125 dollar pieces really meant. Like how many days or weeks pay or months rent, etc, would it take. I can vaguely remember what $100 meant to me in the early '60s, or throughout the '60s.