Tec-Tac-Toe

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  1. That is what I noted at some point. However, whether the listed sale price has been/is accurate is another matter. Still, I have and continue to use it as a barometer but I will also try FlipperTools.
  2. It "worked" for me a few days ago as it listed the "make offer" sale price. Granted, whether that price was correct is another matter.
  3. I have a smaller version of that poster with a cardboard backing. I added more scratches to it to make it look more authentic.
  4. Edit: (The CGC board "system" or, on my end, a typical Microsoft glitch did not allow my initial posting of my comment outside of original comment section.) Indeed. I frequently see a comic book for sale by a dealer that I was the underbidder on and which I was willing to pay x for. The dealer who may, of course, price it as they wish is asking xx for it; I will not purchase it as with my collecting focus there is always another copy of most comic books around the corner. Granted, someone else may purchase it but that is not my concern.
  5. What happens if the person delivering this item gets hunger pangs? If it is insured will its consumption be covered?
  6. I had a few pm with Nik and he was welcoming and I purchased a comic book in one of his sale threads. As for (Edit) Richard Wad, it is enjoyable.
  7. Hello, I request a point increase for Batman 251 (Published 9/73) as it is in, to be superfluous, extremely very high demand and, accordingly, prices at which it sells in all grades have increased and it appears may likely continue to do so. Recent sales include: CGC 9.8 $5350 eBay CGC 9.8 $5603; $4001 ComicLink CGC 9.6 $2800 eBay CGC 9.6 $2751; $2300 ComicLink CGC 9.2 $1325; $1400 ComicLink CGC 9.2 $944 eBay CGC 9.0 $$806; $718 ComicLink CGC 9.0 $807; $1095 eBay CGC 8.5 $7005 (Edit: Oops, $705); $680; $680 eBay CGC 8.5 $751, $782; $700 ComicLink I request that CGC consider a 30% point increase for this issue. Again, thank you for your work.
  8. Hello, I request a point increase for Detective Comics 400 (Edit: Published 6/70), first appearance of Man-Bat, because it is in very high demand and, accordingly, prices at which it sells in, generally, all grades have increased and it appears will continue to do so. Recent sales include: CGC 9.4 $1950 eBay CGC 9.6 $2600 ComicLink CGC 9.0 $770; $795; $635 eBay CGC 8.5 $525; $500; $490 eBay I request that CGC consider a 25% point increase for this issue. As always, thank you for your work.
  9. Apparently, the thief left the current MHC discount code written on a note by the cash register. Accordingly, he received a discount on the reported $42,000 worth of stolen comic books. Yes, lame, like $42,000 worth.
  10. Yes, but the University of Chicago is the best!
  11. The last shipment that I received, 35 comic books, was in October 2018, and, although, no comic books were damaged, as you folks have commented, the packaging left a lot to be desired. My next submission, delayed since October due to work, will, hopefully, be sent in March 2019 and will consist of 35 to 50 comic books. I hope that when CGC ships them to me they have reverted back to the larger shipping boxes and substantially more secured packaging as i would not like, for the first time, to perhaps have to contact them concerning damaged items.
  12. If not, those changes are, clearly, still not for the best.