I wish that sellers would logically allow for the all-important consideration of "condition" when they list items for sale. Let's face it - this copy is darn ragged and in overall "good condition." Yet the seller imagines they'll garner bids at the opening price of $125.95, or perhaps will even entice some yokel to cough up $168..59 for what is a very sub-standard example of something that can typically be found in collectible condition. I'd suggest the seller re-list at $9.99 with no reserve and be thankful if the bidding reaches ~$60.
Mark B. Ledenbach's vintage Halloween collectibles blog.