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  1. Updated prices. NOW CLOSED. Moving to eBay. Feel free to ping me here to make a deal.
  2. Girls In Love #57, 1956, Quality Comics. This is the last issue in the series, and features a Matt Baker cover and some really great interior art on one story (and Ogden Whitney art on another story as an added bonus). Flat and tight with completely attached cover/interior. Plenty of general wear including spine wear (including spine chip at both top and bottom corners), light creasing, a couple stains, penciled date at the top front, etc. Still pleasing overall as no one defect is major. But the accumulation certainly drops this to the 4.0 range. 15 copies on the census, so maybe a harder to find issue. Was $280 **NOW $255**
  3. Secrets Of Young Brides #7, 1958, Charlton. Despite the numbering, this is the third issue in the series. I don't see any copies on the census. This one has some light spine roll, a stain along the right edge that includes the 10c area, general spine and surface wear. It is complete and attached, and I think it's a 4.0. Was $25 **NOW $20**
  4. Young Romance Volume 12 #1 (aka #97), 1958/59, Prize Comics. This one features Jack Kirby cover and interior art. Flat and glossy cover with minimal wear, and this copy is complete and attached. Some light spine wear, some aging to the edges, light date in pencil at top above "NEW", tiny bit of spine roll. The second interior page has some folding and wear, and it sticks up above the top edge slightly, creating some minor edge wear on that page. Please see detail pics in spoiler for that one. I think it's a 5.0, but would be better without the interior page damage. There is only a lone 4.5 on the census at this point. Was $50 **NOW $42.50**
  5. I picked up a small stack of books at a recent auction, and these three will not be staying in the personal collection. RULES: PayPal is easiest, but I'll take a check or MO if that's what you want. US shipping is via USPS Priority. For raw books, I like the flat rate legal sized envelopes at $10.20. For CGC books (even though I don't think I will have any in this thread), then flat rate medium size is easiest at $17.05 in the US. I can work with you on a different solution, but that will be standard unless otherwise noted. Insurance is they buyer's choice (above the standard), and will cost whatever the USPS rate is. If you want something else, happy to work with you. I will ship outside the US. I'm not trying to make any money on shipping, so I am happy to work with you, but 100% of the cost will be on you. I'll accept returns, but shipping is on the buyer unless I made an error in the listing. First “I’ll take it” in the thread wins, and those would trump any ongoing PM negotiations.   No buyers from the bad lists. Let me know if I missed anything.
  6. Thread is now closed. I will send out invoices this week, but no shipping before Thursday as I am out of town for a couple days. I will be moving these to another venue, so happy to field PMs on these if you want.
  7. Final bump...make me an offer on anything that interests you Thread is now closed. Moving to other venues. PM if you want to pursue a deal.
  8. Those last two are so tough to find in high grade. Those covers are just so fragile.
  9. I am going through the thread to make final price cuts, and I will close this out in a day or two. I have a small work trip Mon - Wed next week, so will likely ship end of next week.
  10. I am going through the thread to make final price cuts, and I will close this out in a day or two. I have a small work trip Mon - Wed next week, so will likely ship end of next week.
  11. Fantastic Four #42, 1965, Marvel. This one has better gloss and color than the other FFs, and it is complete and attached. However, too much creasing. The vertical crease on this one is pronounced, and there is more both front and back (back corner is present but folded over). I think it is 3.0. $23 **NOW $20.70**
  12. Fantastic Four #34, 1965, Marvel. This one has a stain on the "r" in Four, and some blue ink in various places of the front cover that I can't tell if they are production or not. Vertical crease on this one, too. I think the blue stuff is production, and will grade it as such. This is the best of the FF lot so far on wear. I will go 3.5 due to the ink. $28 **NOW $25.20**
  13. Fantastic Four #32, 1964, Marvel. More of the same on this book except there are two corner piece missing from the back cover. 2.0 because of that...looks more like 3.5-4.0 from the front. $20 **NOW $18**
  14. Fantastic Four #31, 1964, Marvel. Nice Underminer...I mean Mole Man cover. Front cover looks pretty solid but plenty of general wear including a light vertical crease that runs the whole length of the book. Also a small stain that impacts the whole book at bottom right corner (from the front). Better seen from the back. Avengers cross over. 3.0 copy. $30 **NOW $27**
  15. Fantastic Four #30, 1964, Marvel. Lots of general wear, but complete and attached. Some writing in pencil on the back cover both at the top and bottom. I have it at 3.5. $35 **NOW $31.50**