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  1. Are we talking about the CBCS Pep 22 with extensive resto? Is this an IGB book? This is an not a IGB. old school resto because of the re gloss... very old shoool resto 1990's style. It was probbaly a 1.5 2.0 prior. No major pieces added or grafted. If it was IGB it would be a 9.6 ? You can see that there is a pencil mark ok the i of comics Also the spine wear is still evident and IGB wouldnt. An honest old school resto job. Well done. Definetly not An IGB Also this is not a common hulk 1 made into a 9.6 but the rarest top ten golden age book of Archie that kid named chick Only 12 unrestored cgc and 11 resto. A total of 23 books!! compared to the 66 copies of action comics 1!!! A pep 9.0 extensive sold for 30k with a logo from a a pep 30. This is on has upgrade potential via Matt nelson at ccs most likely. So a strong 7.0. An extensive 5.5 just sold for 21 250$.. This 7.0 can be upgraded since it has dirt ,pencil mark on cover and color breaking creases. Also the CW archie series should help give a good boost to previous sales. Well the Pep #22 CBCS copy sold for $20,250. Last year this same copy sold at CC for a little more than $23k.. Just goes to show that movies, tv shows, etc have no impact on GA keys, only SA and newer IMO. I think All Star 8 was seriously affected by the announcement of WW being in the Superman/Batman movie. Its gone crazy and now there are a boat load on the market. I think wonder woman was impacted by all the hoarders of all star 8, Wonder Woman 1 and sensation 1. Big dealers and smart high end collectors have cornered the market on those books and you gotta pay up to play. Can't be done with silver or later but GA is ripe for hoarders with decent bankrolls. Yup... Super cheap. Most likely the IGB stigma. The seller most likely didnt know about this since he could have just gotten CGC. The buyer must be super happy and most likely will get it regraded by CGC. Well Archie 1 is seeing a boost. Pep 22 to me is a whole lot more special. So rare and the first apperance. I agree. big dealers when they start buying books and hoarding them thats when books start going up.
  2. Curious to see where the Pep 22 will end. Im predicting 30-35k for this 7.0 so those another boardie on the Archie1-50 club. The CW TV series that will air on the 26th will certainly give this book a boost. Also Archie has seen a resurgence in price this year: 25.5k for a cgc 1.8 last April at Comicconnect
  3. Well done! I think it should be re auctioned raw graded by comicconnect, cgc or voldy
  4. Are we talking about the CBCS Pep 22 with extensive resto? Is this an IGB book? This is an not a IGB. old school resto because of the re gloss... very old shoool resto 1990's style. It was probbaly a 1.5 2.0 prior. No major pieces added or grafted. If it was IGB it would be a 9.6 ? You can see that there is a pencil mark ok the i of comics Also the spine wear is still evident and IGB wouldnt. An honest old school resto job. Well done. Definetly not An IGB Also this is not a common hulk 1 made into a 9.6 but the rarest top ten golden age book of Archie that kid named chick Only 12 unrestored cgc and 11 resto. A total of 23 books!! compared to the 66 copies of action comics 1!!! A pep 9.0 extensive sold for 30k with a logo from a a pep 30. This is on has upgrade potential via Matt nelson at ccs most likely. So a strong 7.0. An extensive 5.5 just sold for 21 250$.. This 7.0 can be upgraded since it has dirt ,pencil mark on cover and color breaking creases. Also the CW archie series should help give a good boost to previous sales.
  5. Are we talking about the CBCS Pep 22 with extensive resto? Is this an IGB book? This is an not a IGB. old school resto because of the re gloss... very old shoool resto 1990's style. It was probbaly a 1.5 2.0 prior. No major pieces added or grafted.
  6. With the 3.5 moderate archie at 15k pep 22 is worth twice as much than an archie 1 still 8.1k last minute biddind or someone will score a deal;)
  7. Looks like it sold for $2,100. Not sure if this is a strong price or not for this classic cover book? Makes me want to think what a CGC graded 2.0 copy would sell for in comparison? A 1.8 CGC way back in 2009 sold for 2,390 on gpa with the most recent sale being a 3.5 (also gpa) in September of this year for 5,888. Even though it was pgx it seemed to be fairly graded and presented really well too. Good deal if I ever saw one, now I may be biased when I say that This is my old book that I sold raw on ebay earlier this year after I couldn't get even 1,075 here on the boards! I guess the seller knew what he was doing... You can see it raw here: http://boards.collectors-society.com/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=9280746#Post9280746 so its a qualified 2.0 or less if graded by cgc. back cover married and not from the right book. I would have paid 1500$ even sthiugh it would be like a 2.0 1.5 green label. Ok. That explains it. It was sent to PGX to avoid having the married front cover and incorrect back cover noted. Bad show by whoever the consignor was. Exactly!!! the married back cover was not even the right one since the ad in the back doesnt match up. I stayed away since a 2.0 blue lable cgc or voldy would be 3.5k to 4k book... I was tempted.. but a pgx graded in may 2017 is not like a pgx from 2006 before all that is known from this shady company. Glad i stayed away. A shady consignor also... he knew that it would be unrestored label by going the pgx route.
  8. Looks like it sold for $2,100. Not sure if this is a strong price or not for this classic cover book? Makes me want to think what a CGC graded 2.0 copy would sell for in comparison? A 1.8 CGC way back in 2009 sold for 2,390 on gpa with the most recent sale being a 3.5 (also gpa) in September of this year for 5,888. Even though it was pgx it seemed to be fairly graded and presented really well too. Good deal if I ever saw one, now I may be biased when I say that This is my old book that I sold raw on ebay earlier this year after I couldn't get even 1,075 here on the boards! I guess the seller knew what he was doing... You can see it raw here: http://boards.collectors-society.com/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=9280746#Post9280746 so its a qualified 2.0 or less if graded by cgc. back cover married and not from the right book. I would have paid 1500$ even sthiugh it would be like a 2.0 1.5 green label.
  9. anyonenknow what the cap 46 holocaust covee sold for? 2.0 pgx
  10. Not really all the action comics 1 superman pages are brittle.... if its a page thats brittle. it doesnt matter since its protected in the case! someone nabbed a deal. a 7-8k page 4.3k is a steal
  11. The holy grail for archie collectors: http://www.comicconnect.com/bookDetail.php?id=677629 sitting at a ridiculously low 8.1k with a 1.5 unrestore selling for 38k This 7.0 voldy with superb resto as comicconnect notes will garner 30k plus it so rare!! The rarest of the top ten of golden age grails!!
  12. I think so. A 1.8 blue sold at auction at comicconect in april 2016 for 25,500$ The CW Archie series That starts will certainly garner more following and interest for this Archie 1 presents alot higher since the cover is detached would have gotten a 5.0 with cover Im thinking 35k to 40k for this cgc blue 3.0 blue label wouldnt be surprised that it goes 45k. super rare book and iconic. 75th anniversary also anything under 25k is a major steal. 30k a bargain So, what did it sell for? sold for a nice bargain 29388$ 30k since the cw series will bring archie back on the map! As i predicted