kevhtx

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  1. It's not proof of anything and purely speculative. One of my books recently was accused of having shilled bids. It was a new account with very little bids (like this one) and the auction ended and the buyer paid me. No issues. Conspiracy theorists.
  2. A year or so ago, I sold a Thrawn #1 Mattina variant 9.8 CGC SS signed by Zahn and Mattina for $1000. It sold within hours of me putting out the auction (BIN, no offer). I guess maybe that person knew what they were doing. I have one more and think ill hang onto it for a while.
  3. Maybe so. I think what skewed this one possibly was there were a bunch of sales with Stan Lee's autograph ($400-500). If you look at the current prices for this signed and unsigned, 9.6 and 9.8 out there now, it isn't real odd.
  4. Ended and paid. I think the shilling argument is used too often. Im sure it happens, but seems to be the default go to.
  5. Got it. I dont know a lot about him. I absolutely don't question his heart, but just seemed odd for a comic newsletter when it didnt really talk about it other than "Heres a picture..."
  6. Pic of Chuck visiting Matthew Shepherd's grave in Washington DC in the newsletter this week. Random or is there some kind of connection there? I don't get it.
  7. Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows #1 - $500 (Unsigned on eBay are $475-500) Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows #2 - $150
  8. Some others that I have and can take a pic if anyone is interested. All of these are 9.8 NM/MT and signed/slabbed yellow label: Gamora #1 A Gamora #1 B Elektra #1 A Elektra #1 B Black Cat #1 A Black Cat #1 C Domino #1 Cover C (Steranko homage) X-Men Gold 1 A X-Men Gold 1 B X-Men Gold 1 C
  9. X-Men Blue #1 A - $110 Uncanny X-Men 510 $260 Amazing Spider-Man #1 - $140 Extraordinary X-Men 1 - $140 Kabuki 1 - $140 Amazing Spider-man 4 - $360 Spider-Gwen 1 - $240 Iron Fist 1 Midtown Exclusive - $110 Guardians of the Galaxy 4 - $590 Deadpool vs X-Force - $150 Amazing Spider-Man #601 - $120 - Amazing Spider-Man 606 - $110
  10. J. SCOTT CAMPBELL SIGNATURE SERIES SLABS! SELLING SOME OF MY JSC COLLECTION. I HAVE SOME OTHERS SO IF YOU WANT SOMETHING NOT HERE, ASK AND I MIGHT HAVE IT. - 1st in the sales thread beats any agreement between parties via PM or elsewhere. - Paypal only. (Your paypal address must be confirmed and I only ship to the confirmed address noted in your paypal account.) - No probies or HOS - Payment must be made within 3 days of the initial invoice unless prior arrangement is made. - Shipping is $13.00 flat and ships USPS Priority Mail (2-3 Day). I will ship within 2 business days (usually within 1) and provide tracking info. Thick box and bubble wrapped. - PLEASE NOTE: I am NOT currently shipping outside of the USA at this time. - Returns accepted within 7 days of receipt of package at buyer's expense. - Combined shipping and discounts for multiple (PM me) Any questions, post here or PM me. Check out my kudos thread in sig.
  11. That amount is just what I do. I see why some people would want the extra security. I'm a bit of a risk taker and just haven't had any major issues with USPS Priority Mail.
  12. This is such a nice book and nice sig. I had this same book signed by him, but he used silver and signed over Spidey's face. I was so pissed. After that, I always got Stan's signatures myself or window boxed.
  13. Stan's signature on some books will always add value. Yes, he signed a ton of stuff, but when you combine his signature with a special book (a silver age he worked on, a key). People always crapped on how many books he signed, but having a key Spider-man book with the creator of Spider-man on it will have value. Having a Funko Pop with his signature? That I believe will not hold value, but who knows.