Pedigree will continue to accept consignments for the auction until
midnight on Thursday, July 12.
According to Doug Schmell, President and CEO of the company, Pedigree Comics is now accepting consignments for their July 2012 Grand Auction, slated to begin on the night of Monday, July 9 and last for 10 days until the night of Thursday, July 19. The auction will have a few hundred choice high-grade CGC-certified Marvel and DC books from the Silver and Bronze Ages plus new Golden Age books as well. The sooner you consign your books, the more exposure and press they will receive. Pedigree aggressively promotes and advertises each Grand Auction on many online sites and trade publications. They also send periodic newsletters to more than 18,000 of their customers, announcing the individual auction items. There is no Buyer's Premium on any of the lots in the auction and most of the lots will have no reserve. Every book is CGC-graded and the minimum bid is only $100.Pedigree will continue to accept consignments for the auction until midnight on Thursday, July 12. So check the site and read the following for consignment instructions and get your books in now.Mr. Schmell invites you to take advantage of Pedigree's many outstanding services. Consignors maximize their profits selling in the Grand Auction, more so than on any other auction site or auction house. Pedigree does not charge a Buyer's Premium, an amount that most bidders take into consideration when bidding through other sites (the bidders simply deduct the Buyer's Premium amount, usually 20% of the winning price, from their final bid, meaning less money for the consignor and more for the auction site). The higher the value of your book(s) that sell in a Grand Auction, the more money you take home under Pedigree Comics' Climbing Scale as follows:A Climbing Scale is in effect for consigned items with a winning bid as