PGM DD #168
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Here is my copy of Daredevil #168.

Here are the issues as I see them:

There are two major spine tics on the left-hand side of the front cover, but I believe that they can be easily pressed out. The corners of the front cover all look sharp, but there may be the slightest bend at the bottom right-hand corner of the cover. There is a crease in the upper left-hand corner of the back cover, but it too can be easily pressed out.

I think that this is a very nice copy, but it definitely needs to be pressed to address the issues I described above. What are your thoughts? Thank you so much for your time and consideration.

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I think you can pull a 9.0 or a 9.2. I recently got a book back at a 9.0 that pre-submission I thought sure would top out at 8.0. The CCS pressing really paid off. Unfortunately I didn't take before photos, but my memory matches the kind of defects seen here and your description.

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