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Originally Posted By: Silver Surfer
Originally Posted By: MrBedrock
Originally Posted By: nearmint
Don't know, actually. Mark Wilson had it on eBay. I made an offer, we negotiated, and came to a reasonable price.
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Currently available on DETECTIVE27.COM: Tales of Suspense #57 CGC 9.0(1st Hawkeye), America's Best Comics #1 CGC 8.5(highest graded), Batman #27 CGC 9.0, Batman #40 CGC 9.2, Strange Adventures #205 9.4, and World's Finest #2 CGC 8.0(highest graded).
WANTED: A COVERLESS ACTION 13 IN NICE SHAPE. Also, high grade copies of Action #39, 40, Adventure 267, 282, 283, Batman #11, Brave & the Bold #28, Captain America #37, Detective #69, and Superboy 93.
Picked this up fora VERY good price in the Sunday HA Auction....GOD BLESS...
-jimbo(a friend of jesus)
That may have been the first cover ever trumpeting a milestone issue!
That's a nice copy. I had a copy back in the 80s that was beater and I loved it. It was my oldest book for a long time.
Wow!! That's a beautiful copy, Jimbo. Did Heritage assign it a grade? Anyway, congrats on the purchase of one of my favorite comics. I own a copy that I bought raw and it came back a CGC 7.5 but with only Cream/OW pages. I would've preferred at least OW. Anyway, the colors on your copy really pop.
....I just got this in the mail today. It has white pages and the only problem is the obvious issue with the staple.....which is still attached. Heritage has really stepped up their grading lately.....never a disappointment. GOD BLESS...