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Value on Amazing Spider-Man 28 CGC 9.0

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Here's some data from my records. Very sporadic numbers. If you want the book for yourself, I'd do it, but if you're looking for re-sale you may have a tough time.

 

AMAZING SPIDERMAN #28 CGC 9.0

$1,076.75 JUN-18-02

 

AMAZING SPIDERMAN #28 CGC 9.0

$810.00 Dec-15-01

 

AMAZING SPIDERMAN #28 CGC 9.0

$572.17 JAN-27-02

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AMAZING SPIDERMAN #28 CGC 9.0

$1,076.75 JUN-18-02

 

 

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$700 for a ASM 28 in a 9.0? hey i'd take it for that price,According to Andrew's records it sold for over 1K in June,but then slumped around december and january.WHY? Crash? Nope...cause it was x-mas! time to give, not to buy for yourself.Flying Dount,Buy that ASM 28 and sit back and relax at the good deal you got. Kevin

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I personally think it's an $800 book. I didn't record every 9.0 I saw, but one of the resons for the low #'s is that at that time there were 9.0's being thrown around left and right, which temporarily saturated the market for this book in that grade. I've also seen at least 2 8.0's sell in the $400 range. I think $800 is a resonable value when it costs about 10X more for NM9.4. I personally would take a 9.0 for $700, but I'm holding out for a 9.2.

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One more very recent data point on a Spidey 28 CGC 9.0 in addition to Andrew's: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=737592954

 

Also on August 27th, a dealer (qualitycomix) used buy-it-now on a copy for $500 within hours of the listing. That means to me he likely thinks it was worth more than that.

 

It's definitely worth $700, depending on the label comments, page whiteness, and other eye appeal factors. And as you can see from the above link's bidder list, I'm in the market for a great copy of this issue! Feel free to contact me with a scan if you obtain the book.

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I'd rather pay 3K for a 9.2, and put the other 5k towards a KEY NM9.4.

 

As much as I like ASM #28, and as tough as it is, it isn't a key. Kind of like #11.

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Yep, it's massively overhyped. Yeah, it has the blackest cover of all the Silver Spideys, but so what? The Molten Man is rather lame, and there are other dark-covered issues--especially ones with black spines--that are just as hard to find in high grade.

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It's a great cover no doubt, and its scarcity in grade makes it highly coveted, but

7-8K is a little too much for me on that book unless I was flipping it. But for my own collection, Id rather not park that much capital on that particular book, when I could get another exceptional(slightly lesser) copy for possibly half the price.

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