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  1. Just completed my first transaction with Tim. Great guy to deal with, very committed to making sure everything went smoothly, quick to ship and an all around great boardie!
  2. That copy of 2 is beautiful. Hard to find them in good condition for sure! Congrats.
  3. I know there's more to a comic than the cover, but does these seem odd to anyone else?
  4. Wow. That's a great Annual #1. Only seen one higher graded copy.
  5. Gino, sorry for not chiming in sooner. Nice grab! I was hoping to pick up the 3.0 on Heritage last night, but passed out before the auction ended.
  6. A solid showing across the board for Archie/MLJs on Heritage the past few days. I thought the Pep 22 went a bit cheap but then again it was out of my price range so who am I to talk. What do all my Archie/MLJ peeps think? Any surprises in your mind? Also, while not on heritage I saw a really banged up Pep 41 sell on eBay this afternoon for 650. Made me go pull mine just to remind myself how pretty it is.
  7. So here is my question for today's auction. Suzie 63 (labeled Edgar Church) is on the block along with all the other Mile High Suzies. It's a 9.0 with lower page quality than the others. But here's the thing... I own the Church copy of 63, 9.4 with White Pages. I know there were a few doubles out there, but I'm pretty sure this wasn't one of them. I've reviewed the original list from Chuck and there is only one. I wonder how CGC goes about giving out these designations. Thoughts?
  8. Been while since I posted, and should have shared this sooner as @Sqeggs referenced it in his NYCC post... here are my acquisitions from this year's show! Sorry I missed you, Tony!
  9. I was shocked and saddened to see the email today from ComicLink on John's passing. For 33 of my 35 years of collecting I never had the opportunity to do business with him. I'd see him at the New York show, or others, but always in passing. In 2016, NYCC, I finally stopped by the booth and wound up in a very long conversation with him. He was a lot of fun to chat with, extremely easy going, and he made it very easy for me to buy a book from him over the course of the year that I normally would not have been able to afford all at once. Through the months we had a chance to talk comics, family and more, and it became clearer and clearer to me what a kind and genuine person he was. We made a plan for another round of purchases in 2017, and at the New York show as much as I enjoyed the usual walk, I was most excited to get to his booth, see what he had in store for me and shoot the ----. I spent a long time at the booth with him, and got a chance to meet and talk with the rest of the family as well. I last spoke with him right before the holidays about a purchase and his offer to help me to acquire my grail, a conversation which lasted 5-10 minutes on a call that lasted over an hour talking about collecting and family. And when it came to the latter, it was clear that he was incredibly proud of his. I can only imagine how devastated they are right now. My deepest condolences to Verzyl family and all of you who knew him so well!