I'd say that the order of $ 'value' would flow from top to bottom like this: Still in original shipping crate (can be graded) > MISB mint in sealed box (can be graded) > NRFB never removed from box, stickers unapplied sealed bag contents (can be Q graded) > MIB boxed complete with inserts / paperwork but stickers have been applied and toy has been assembled > MIB boxed toy is complete but may be missing inserts / paperwork > Beater boxed, toy may be incomplete box may be missing flaps / proof of purchase.
Currency conversion from pounds to dollars is simple, just add half again to the £ amount to find the $ amount, so £100 = $150 dollars. Hope this helps and good luck with building your vehicles / playsets collection, it's a lot of fun!
Thanks for the info. While I am sure it will help someone I already knew what you wrote. In retrospect my question may not have been completely clear, I apologize. So let me try to rephrase.
Is it possible to judge in more hard numbers how much less a Complete toy with a box in good condition will be then a similar one that has inserts, sticker sheets, etc? For example you have the value for the regular Jabba at £100. Would one completely loose but with the box be worth 10% less, 20% less...? I understand it may be too difficult to determine exactly but just wanted to try to get a general idea.
I hope that's clearer. Thanks.