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  1. Beautiful copy, Nick. Good luck with the sale.
  2. Roy, I noticed you offered a gorgeous 9.8 not too long ago. Did you end up selling it?
  3. Personally, I'd leave it as is. Too big of a gamble if CGC grades it at 9.6.
  4. Anomaly or new upswing? $1,000 over last recorded sale on GPA. Gorgeous copy.
  5. I remember when that popped up on Bob's website. I knew it would go quick. Beautiful copy, congratulations!
  6. My annual bump for this WTB list. Also looking for a Detective 880 raw in high grade 9.4+.
  7. 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.
  8. 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.
  9. That's a beautiful, great wrapped copy. Back in 81, many dealers used the G, F & M grading scale. He was pretty close.
  10. 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.
  11. Has this book really shot up this much? Color breaking to the right of Reed Richards cameo? If so, that's outrageous.
  12. Won't be up for auction until November, but here you go:
  13. Frankly, I'm shocked the 9.2 is sitting where it is. I doubt it moves from it's current bid, but I've been wrong many times before.
  14. Even more interesting is the 9.2 copy. Perfectly aligned, super bright and white pages. $1,600 and counting.
  15. So what's the over/under on the Pep 22 at auction? 150K?
  16. Try finding a high grade copy, perfectly centered with white pages and without tanning. Hen's teeth.