sledgehammer

Member
  • Content Count

    701
  • Joined

  • Last visited

About sledgehammer

  • Boards Title
    Talkative?

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. Yes, the "listing was ended" at 3:01 my time, and you posted this at 3:06pm my time. Keep me posted on the breaking developments.
  2. You need to review the rules. You can't list on Ebay, and here. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Amazing-Spider-Man-1-Golden-Record-Reprint-GRR-Marvel-Comics-1966/123865249306?hash=item1cd6f1b61a:g:qFIAAOSwFCddSJ19
  3. The back cover is flush with the edge of the pages. I really think it's a bad press. A color breaking crease upper left corner is very flat too. I'll be staring at this 128 for many years.
  4. I was pretty p'od that I didn't look closely enough at the scan of this pressed to oblivion ASM 9.0 128, so I pulled the trigger on a bit of an upgrade. Honestly, 128 was just one of my favorites when I was a kid. Second photo is the recent additions. The 102 is a 9.0 white.
  5. I've said it before. Every single panel of that comic book is a work of art. If anyone doesn't have that issue, just search spider man 111 on youtube. Stunning is what I would call Romita's faces....especially Gwen. Awesome.
  6. What? I bought these recently, and it might turn out for once that I bought a book for my run before the price went crazy? Tenth anniversary issue of AF 15. One cover. Regular price.
  7. Ebay is the only source that I buy from where I sweat whether or not that when I open the box I'm going to find a big pile of nothing. Maybe some people are willing to pay a bit of a premium for the security of avoiding that potential headache.
  8. I went back and looked at it again, because I was sure it must have been graded prior. Then I saw the label, and assumed it must have been reslabbed. Then, I looked it up, and it was graded on 6-20-19. ASM #3 Qualified Green Label "front cover and 1st wrap married" Cert # 2043733004. Oh well,... mistake,.... new change, who knows? I still appreciate that they make these new distinctions between conserved, amateur and professional resto.
  9. A 9.6 purple, with minor professional color touch, sold for over $7K pretty recently. Just a beautifully presenting OW-W copy. In a world of coverless slabs selling for $400, I think 1/2 price on a married cover 7.5 would be a win.
  10. Staples are a weird thing for CGC. Overstreet always said that staples can be replaced with "vintage" on books that aren't NM. I owned an ASM 6 9.0 green label "staples replaced" for a while many years ago.
  11. A married cover would get a qualified label. I just saw an ASM 3 7.5 with a married cover and first wrap that sold for just less than $1,300. I missed the end of the auction, or I would have sniped it. I would much rather have that copy than a coverless book in a slab.