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#3325915 - 07/22/0912:11 AMRe: Showcase #22 Club
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Originally Posted By: tth2
Originally Posted By: aman619
boy seeing all this SHOWCASE 22 enthusiasm is making me wish I went after the 9.2 last year! THIS and the movie hype, that is.
You should've. It went for quite cheap, to a boardie.
After realization that both aman and I are suffering from advancing Alzheimer's, we realized there was no 9.2 and what we were talking about was a 9.0 copy (which is the highest grade given by CGC to date).
anyone remember what the 9.0s sold for? I barely remember what I had for lunch!
Tim & aman,
I agree on the 9.0. It is the highest graded. Unless it sold recently, I believe it went for $20k and some change awhile back.
thanx. 20K isnt so bad, especially if it stays top copy and no 9.4 or even 9.2 appears. Its a super tough HG book, but if I were a betting man, I say there IS a copy out there waiting in a mylar. We've seen nearly every other comic show up, why not Showcase 22?