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#5563281 - 03/30/12 10:48 AM Re: How big is your collection? [Re: youfoundjake]
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I think my collection is upwards of 60000 with probably about 25000 duplicates.
99% of my collection is raw and I like it that way, as I do like to read them aswell.
I am pretty much complete with Marvel maybe need 50 issues or so.
I have most Marvel keys some in great condition and some not so good.
DC, I am complete from about 1958 on, ( again except for about 50 issues ) with most titles that I want to collect and working backover on the impossible task.
Other companies I have in varing amounts, some titles complete some not.
I could definitly do with some upgrades as I went for quantity over quality, back in the day.
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#5564154 - 03/30/12 06:40 PM Re: How big is your collection? [Re: Kevin.J]
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 Originally Posted By: Kevin.J
I think my collection is upwards of 60000 with probably about 25000 duplicates.
99% of my collection is raw and I like it that way, as I do like to read them aswell.
I am pretty much complete with Marvel maybe need 50 issues or so.
I have most Marvel keys some in great condition and some not so good.
DC, I am complete from about 1958 on, ( again except for about 50 issues ) with most titles that I want to collect and working backover on the impossible task.
Other companies I have in varing amounts, some titles complete some not.
I could definitly do with some upgrades as I went for quantity over quality, back in the day.

Would love to see that!
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#5564617 - 03/30/12 10:32 PM Re: How big is your collection? [Re: oakman29]
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Between slabbed and raw, I have about 75 books total.
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#5564629 - 03/30/12 10:37 PM Re: How big is your collection? [Re: Brian48]
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 Originally Posted By: Brian48
Between slabbed and raw, I have about 75 books total.

They are all in your sig. line.
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Call me Oak,Oakland,Oakman,David or Dave,just don't call me a cab.
Every collection,from the most valuable Golden age,to the readiest of reading copy Moderns,is assembled with care and thought,and is worthy of respect because of it,if for no other reason.RMA

A year ago...A cold October night...A broken down car on a dirt road...A man...A girl...Madness...Pain...And the shadows...My God the shadows!- J. O'Barr

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#5564664 - 03/30/12 10:53 PM Re: How big is your collection? [Re: oakman29]
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I feel so inadequate \:\(
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#5565894 - 03/31/12 04:05 PM Re: How big is your collection? [Re: Brian48]
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 Originally Posted By: Brian48
I feel so inadequate \:\(


You should'nt, you have some great books there.
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#5565898 - 03/31/12 04:07 PM Re: How big is your collection? [Re: oakman29]
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 Originally Posted By: oakman29
 Originally Posted By: Kevin.J
I think my collection is upwards of 60000 with probably about 25000 duplicates.
99% of my collection is raw and I like it that way, as I do like to read them aswell.
I am pretty much complete with Marvel maybe need 50 issues or so.
I have most Marvel keys some in great condition and some not so good.
DC, I am complete from about 1958 on, ( again except for about 50 issues ) with most titles that I want to collect and working backover on the impossible task.
Other companies I have in varing amounts, some titles complete some not.
I could definitly do with some upgrades as I went for quantity over quality, back in the day.

Would love to see that!


I would love to show it, but its where to start ?
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#5566606 - 03/31/12 10:25 PM Re: How big is your collection? [Re: Kevin.J]
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Maybe take some pics of your comic room/collection.

There's a nice thread for that in Comics General.

I'm looking forward to see it!
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#5599817 - 04/14/12 09:42 AM Re: How big is your collection? [Re: Radj4ck]
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Maybe take some pics of your comic room/collection.

There's a nice thread for that in Comics General.

I'm looking forward to see it!


Finally got around to it. Sorry for the wait guys.

Here is my room.

http://boards.collectors-society.com/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=5599813#Post5599813



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#5600000 - 04/14/12 11:14 AM Re: How big is your collection? [Re: Grails]
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FACT if I stop posting, trillions and trillions of transistors would be out of work.


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 Originally Posted By: Grails
Last time I posted here I was at around 500 books but I've been slowly moving them to fund OA purchases. I'm under 100 now.


Found my old post from three years ago. I've been down to ten slabbed books and about 25 raw for a while.

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