There comes a time in every person's life when a possession is worth more intrinsically than monetarily or to be more precise the value of an item and the cost to own becomes irrefutably prohibited by either common or logical sense. I have no doubt that many members of our fine forum could liquidate something in order to buy ONE firearm that 5 years ago cost but 1/10th the price it does today but their logic or sanity says "Nope, it's just not worth that to me". That is when there will be fewer players in the mix and perhaps the ceiling, for the foreseeable future, will have been reached. There is, naturally, the exception where neither common sense, logic nor worth means a thing.Like the collector car markets there has to be a ceiling when the bubble bursts. It makes me wonder where and when. I know some of these Pythons are in short supply but
thinking they are rare seems a stretch. The market sets the price and anyone who started gathering Python even in the last 5 years has a wall street smashing return portfolio. As Kenny Rogers said know when to hold em and know when to fold em.
If regular bright stainless 2.5" Pythons are going for $10 grand, what is a Snake Eyes set now going for?