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  • Comic Collecting Interests
    Golden Age
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    Sporting Clays, Classic Literature, Fly Fishing, Travel
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  1. I love that... I've posted a few videos with my boy to Youtube - he loves it - he's a ham. He has lately been making his own comic books, maybe I'll post a few to Youtube.
  2. Many of the DD 29 copies I’ve seen have tanning along at least the top front cover (ranging from minor to significant). Brilliant copy
  3. Daredevil #1 CGC 2.0 $2,800 Daredevil #1 Raw reader copy I estimate between 0.5 - 1.0 $1,100 (complete, detached cover at top staple, bottom of front cover missing as seen in picture). Journey Into Mystery #83 - CGC 5.5 $16,000 (6.5 sold about a week ago through Heritage for $21,000). Will consider partial trades; some books of interest (for me and my 8 year old son): Tales of Suspense #39, Action Comics #7, Fantastic Four 1-6, Daredevil #1 (high grade), Amazing Fantasy #15, Amazing Spider-Man #1, Detective Comics #31, 38, Hulk #1. This is my first sales post
  4. Ah, so likely Rick sold the book to Reese's? I understand now, thank you. I've had very good experiences buying from Reece's over the years, wanted to confirm.
  5. I am having trouble following the entirety of this string. Is Rick Starr affiliated with Reese's Rare Comics?
  6. How do you get such great pictures? Do you scan your books with a printer or?