scooter99

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  1. Personally, I'd leave it as is. Too big of a gamble if CGC grades it at 9.6.
  2. Anomaly or new upswing? http://www.comiclink.com/Auctions/item.asp?back=%2FComicTrack%2FAuctions%2Fbids.asp&id=1300414 $1,000 over last recorded sale on GPA. Gorgeous copy.
  3. I remember when that popped up on Bob's website. I knew it would go quick. Beautiful copy, congratulations!
  4. My annual bump for this WTB list. Also looking for a Detective 880 raw in high grade 9.4+.
  5. That's amazing. I wouldn't want to be holding that hot potato. Luckily I bought my copy 36 years ago for 6 bits. Not 9.8, but good enough for me.
  6. I haven't bought much in the last 2 years, but 80% of what I have bought is bronze. It's what I collected off the rack as a kid.
  7. That's a beautiful, great wrapped copy. Back in 81, many dealers used the G, F & M grading scale. He was pretty close.
  8. I'll echo what many have said. I'd take the HOS 92 simply because of the cover art by Wrightson. I'm a bit biased as that is the only book of the two that I currently own. I owned a 129 about 8 years ago in 9.6, but really hated the wrap of the book. Never replaced it. I doubt I'll ever own another high grade copy. I don't know which book will be worth more, but just try finding a perfectly wrapped, white paged copy of HOS in high grade. They don't come up for sale very often.