zeezee

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About zeezee

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    The Collectinator

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  • Comic Collecting Interests
    Golden Age
    Silver Age
    Bronze Age
    Copper Age
    Genre-specific
    Character-specific
    Creator-specific
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    new york

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  1. When I decided to get back into collecting a few years ago I stumbled on to Eta nick on youtube. Very helpful introducing me to the grading world, been a subscriber ever since.
  2. But why would anyone pay more than the paper its printed on for this let alone $500.00 ?
  3. Taking offers on SMASH COMIC #54, B&B #57, AND HANGMAN #7. AVENGERS BOOKS, MYSTIC, AND MS. MARVEL WILL BE MOVED TO EBAY SUNDAY NIGHT.
  4. Sage advice. Thanks and you are right, patience is the key.
  5. Thanks for the feedback. Want to keep it for my collection, just a preference to have a complete book. You are probably right that the cost doesn't justify the preference. On the point you brought up about what label the book would get with married pages. I have seen universal blue label on books stating married pages. I guess it is at the discretion of cgc as to what label they put on it.
  6. Need advice on this one, hopefully anyone in the know can guide me. I purchased a golden age Superman #3 with the two centerfolds pages missing. Obviously the book is incomplete. There is an opportunity to purchase a coverless Supes #3 that is complete. Is it a good idea to go ahead with the thought to marry the missing pages and have a complete book then submit for grading? I do not have any experience with the process. I figure the book would grade in the 3.5-4.0 range as is. Would a complete book justify the added expense?