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  1. Another way to look at it would be to value it for its replacement value. Ie if something happens to it while CGC has it or while in transit back to you then what would it cost you to go out and bug a comparable issue. You can declare any value you want. CGC can always charge you more if they deem to though im not sure that happens often
  2. By "light fixing" did u mean "light foxing,"? Just from the notes posted, it doesn't sound like a press would help.
  3. I bought between 1500-2000 on a paper route and then a Burger King salary over a 10 year period starting back in the late 70's
  4. with all that creasing down the spine, I was thinking 6.0
  5. Its hard enough remembering passwords for all the various sites I have accounts on. Using different names would just be adding to the grief.
  6. Plenty of threads concerning that question. Search around and you'll have plenty to read. You can declare whatever you want. Consider it an insurance value should something happen to it while CGC possess it and you want to pick up a replacement. It determines your submission level and turnaround time. It also drives your return shipping costs if you use USPS. Its expected value can be tricky, depending on your grading skills and if there's any restoration that your unaware of. If you bought it off the shelf yourself then the latter isn't an issue.
  7. Reminds me of a 1st time post concerning Superman #1. That person never posted again
  8. CGC will regrade the book like it was submitted raw.
  9. I held onto about 1500 comics from 30-40 yrs ago when I collected. Out of all that, I only had 1 signature, Jack Kirby, which I found on page 1 of Demon 1. Given that I bought it around 1980 I figured the chances of it being legit were pretty good. So that was the only book I sent to Voldy for the verified sig program
  10. Is that the inside cover graphics slightly showing thru the white front? If so then I also say 9.4
  11. Welcome in the Comics General section there's actually an introduction topic thread which is stickied. It actually seems more appropriate to have it here. as exciting it is to send off that first batch if it's even more exciting when they finally get back to you. One thing I learned, the hard way, do not rush into submitting until we figure out all the pros and cons. Are you submitting just a single book or a batch? Submitting single books can result in expensive shipping back to you if using the post office.
  12. Hi, I can only suggest try contacting the CGC London office https://www.cgccomics.com/contact London, United Kingdom Office visits by appointment only. Please call or email to schedule an appointment. Hours (Monday to Friday): 9:00am to 5:30pm (+44) (0) 20 3968 3848 (+44) (0) 20 3968 3849 fax Service@CGCcomics.ukCGCcomics.uk