Edge of Spider-Verse #2 and MTU #141 -- Should I Press with CCS?
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After being inactive in the hobby for a few years and noticing the spike in asking price for graded 9.8's for Edge of Spider-Verse  #2 and Marvel Team-Up #141, I dug out my original copies with an eye toward submitting to CGC.  Both appear to be good easy 9.6, no discernible defects--the MTU #141 is beautifully wrapped and centered--both look to be candidates for 9.8 to my somewhat seasoned eye (I have submitted about 200 comics to CGC, and 60% come back at my predicted grade or better).  I've usually had these books pressed with CCS (whether modern, BA, or SA).

Given the dramatic difference in asking price for a 9.8 vs. a 9.6, I have been reading up on the pros and cons of pressing, and I'm wondering if it's worth the risk.  I'd love to hear your thoughts!  Thanks for your time. 

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Thanks for the advice!  Do you recommend any good, reliable presser in particular?  I've never used anyone but CCS.  I just bought a book called "Comic Book CPR," and I'd love to give this KaptainMike my two books for pressing, but I didn't see that he offers a service (which is good I guess...i.e., he isn't selling anything but his pressing expertise with full process transparency!) 

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