steveinthecity

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  • Comic Collecting Interests
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    Comic Magazines
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    wage slave
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    Comics of all types: teen humor, hero, war, westerns, UG, Mad & more.
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  1. Is that Career Girl Romances #48? I’ll trade you two glazed or one bear claw for it.
  2. There’s more than an hour left. Don’t give up hope yet.
  3. Of course the entirety of a books condition requires consideration when assigning a grade, but these “gripper holes” or perforation tears alone shouldn’t preclude a book from the 9.4 to 9.8 range.
  4. So no pressing, but are currently with CCS for pressing? Did you not request or pay for this service?
  5. It’s likely your books haven’t been entered into the system by the Receiving Team yet. If “delivered”, your package(s) are on site. Welcome to the boards & hope you enjoy your time here!
  6. Do you mean CSG? There’s no mention of anything but sports card grading being offered on their site. https://www.csgcards.com/card-grading/cards-we-grade/
  7. Reduces potential pull on the staples over long periods of time.
  8. I don’t imagine a relatively unobtrusive signature on the splash is looked at unfavorably from a structural grade standpoint, similar to date stamps on the cover. As to the “line”, I don’t recall seeing green labels for sigs on the interior. On the cover, yes.
  9. I’m sure there’s many examples of 9.8’s that have unwitnessed sigs on the splash page receiving blue universal labels.
  10. The “recap” is longer than most dealer’s sales catalogs were back in the good ‘ole days.
  11. @Mr.Fantastic You’ve posted a previous sales thread here years ago, as well as offering references and a link to your eBay sales. Not much if anything has changed as far as protocol or rules go. I’d think you’re good to go.