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#5058002 - 09/02/11 11:18 PM Re: Gobbledygook 1: More valuable than the best of Bronze? Really? [Re: Bronty]
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I'm working on a complete collection of TMNT. I have #1 first print and 3rd...I want all the prints. I have 1-10 missing # 9 and 2nd and 3rd prints of the early issues. The #3 variant may be very hard and expensive but I think It is one that I can still get even with only a 500 print run. Now if I wanted to collect any cameo or appearance of the turtles Gobbledygook would put a halt to it. Even though it is just an ad it is so much more...The first time you saw them in print!!!! It comes down to how complete you want your collection to be.
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#5576688 - 04/05/12 12:19 AM Re: Gobbledygook 1: More valuable than the best of Bronze? Really? [Re: Zombikaze]
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I hate to bump this but how often do these come up for sale? I'm dying to get my hands on one and have been searching for weeks now.
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#5576705 - 04/05/12 12:29 AM Re: Gobbledygook 1: More valuable than the best of Bronze? Really? [Re: ChadH]
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 Originally Posted By: ChadH
I hate to bump this but how often do these come up for sale? I'm dying to get my hands on one and have been searching for weeks now.

Good luck.
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#5576710 - 04/05/12 12:32 AM Re: Gobbledygook 1: More valuable than the best of Bronze? Really? [Re: oakman29]
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I know a guy looking for Gobbledygook 1 for twenty years.
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#5576788 - 04/05/12 01:21 AM Re: Gobbledygook 1: More valuable than the best of Bronze? Really? [Re: oakman29]
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Strange. I thought there were no rare bronze or copper comic books. I hear that at least once a week on here.
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#5576819 - 04/05/12 01:38 AM Re: Gobbledygook 1: More valuable than the best of Bronze? Really? [Re: conditionfreak]
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 Originally Posted By: conditionfreak
Strange. I thought there were no rare bronze or copper comic books. I hear that at least once a week on here.
This one falls into the "small press" category so I don't think it counts as a bronze or copper. 2c
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#5576996 - 04/05/12 07:30 AM Re: Gobbledygook 1: More valuable than the best of Bronze? Really? [Re: ChadH]
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 Originally Posted By: ChadH
I hate to bump this but how often do these come up for sale? I'm dying to get my hands on one and have been searching for weeks now.

Heritage has a 1 and 2 up for auction next month (not mine)...

http://www.ha.com/common/search_results....94+791+792+2088


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#5577317 - 04/05/12 10:37 AM Re: Gobbledygook 1: More valuable than the best of Bronze? Really? [Re: JesterSB]
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 Originally Posted By: JesterSB
 Originally Posted By: ChadH
I hate to bump this but how often do these come up for sale? I'm dying to get my hands on one and have been searching for weeks now.

Heritage has a 1 and 2 up for auction next month (not mine)...

http://www.ha.com/common/search_results....94+791+792+2088
Thanks Jester! I'm all over those. Well #1 anyway.
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#5577326 - 04/05/12 10:43 AM Re: Gobbledygook 1: More valuable than the best of Bronze? Really? [Re: ChadH]
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 Originally Posted By: ChadH
 Originally Posted By: JesterSB
 Originally Posted By: ChadH
I hate to bump this but how often do these come up for sale? I'm dying to get my hands on one and have been searching for weeks now.

Heritage has a 1 and 2 up for auction next month (not mine)...

http://www.ha.com/common/search_results....94+791+792+2088
Thanks Jester! I'm all over those. Well #1 anyway.

Heritage offered 3 #1s last year:
Feb 8.5 sold for $11,352.50
May 9.0 sold for $6,273.75
Nov 8.0 sold for $1,912.00

Price seems to be coming down as the hardcore guys get their copy.
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#5577335 - 04/05/12 10:50 AM Re: Gobbledygook 1: More valuable than the best of Bronze? Really? [Re: JesterSB]
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I was honestly thinking the one listed would go for around $2500.
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