Thank you all for your replies. I will ask my contact at Heritage to submit all of these to CGC for grading.
There is a real story to these comics and the condition they're in. I started buying comics at age 9 in 1965. I only bought DC's and have NEVER read a Marvel comic book. I was able to buy Golden Age when my dad drove us to Cherokee Bookstore in Hollywood. They were expensive to me (usually I bargained with Bert the comics seller to get issues like Superman #27,28 and #35 for $2.00 each. I almost balked at having to pay $8.00 for Superman #14!
In the early 70's, my brother Alan told me he was getting rid of his entire collection. He was just going to take them to a yard sale or something like that. I really BEGGED AND BEGGED him not to do that. In the end, I finally asked him to just sell them to me. We agreed on a price of $60.00 for around 600 comic books, which included multiple copies of the various 1968 number #1 issues, as well as great Dell and Gold Key runs, such as Turok, Magnus Robot Fighter, Star Trek etc. Also lots of low value comics.
As I said, I have never read a Marvel, meaning that these have sat unopened and never read for over 50 years.
I will gladly post returns from CGC - I just need to learn how to do that.
BTW - The comics I sent to heritage are: Star Trek #1, ASM #59, Nick Fury #1, FF #72, Captain Marvel #1, Doctor Strange #169, Iron Man & Sub-Mariner #1, and Captain America #100.