Designer76

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  1. I got my son started with his own collection of some of my doubles in more of a read condition than mine. He should dig them when he reaches adulthood.
  2. I appreciate all the feedback. I have collected comic books for the past 30 years. I have pretty good understanding of grading. The top 2 comics had very small scuff wear from rubbing on the cardboard box. Each entire box set isabsolute pristine, shiny zero flaws, cleaner than store shelf new books because they have never been handled or opened. They look like they were printed yesterday. I have never had a few hundred graded at one time. Their condition is the reason I even thought of getting them slabbed. Otherwise I would put them with the rest of my collection in storage.
  3. Hi all, I was able to purchase a large quantity of comics that appear to be directly from the publisher (200 comics per box). They all appear to be in gem mint condition. If I decide to get them graded, what would be the best way to go about having so many graded? The comics are from 1992 and were found in a warehouse.