William-James88

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  1. I answered this question a few times on the boards already, Fawcett comics did indeed not make all their books in multiples of four. There are many instances of there just being one leave stapled instead of 2.
  2. This is all bananas when you also realize that Dylan is an overstreet advisor. Someone who is still coming to grass with grading properly has no business with overstreet.
  3. Ah, color markers, that's another thing Dylan (the person who started this thread that we are all commenting on) said should not affect a book being labeled as restored or not:
  4. I am in Canada and the best place price wise was buying them on e-bay
  5. Then why didn't you note the trimming on the books you sold on e-bay. What the hell Dylan?!
  6. Got this at the mycomicshop auction along with a voldy copy of batman 609
  7. Low grade Fawcett books went for record prices on last night's Heritage Auction, but one was not as crazy as the rest and it's the one I got.
  8. Seems like things may be changing. Heritage had an auction last night and some books went for crazy money (comparing to previous sales and GPA). Master Comics 48 in GD+ raw went for over $200 https://comics.ha.com/itm/golden-age-1938-1955-/superhero/master-comics-48-fawcett-publications-1944-condition-gd-/a/122045-13302.s?ic2=mybidspage-lotlinks-12202013&tab=MyBids-101116 By comparison, I had purchased the same issue as a slabbed 3.5 a few month ago on comiclink for less than $100 https://comiclink.com/Auctions/item.asp?back=%2FComicTrack%2FAuctions%2Fbids.asp%3Fpg%3D2&id=1394448 Master Comics 25 in GD+ went for over $400 (highest price ever achieved for that grade) https://comics.ha.com/itm/golden-age-1938-1955-/superhero/master-comics-25-fawcett-publications-1942-condition-gd-/a/122045-13300.s?ic2=mybidspage-lotlinks-12202013&tab=MyBids-101116 The craziest one though is a Master Comics 41 VG that is trimmed and sold for a whopping $312, so double guide and higher than the GPA on non trimmed https://comics.ha.com/itm/golden-age-1938-1955-/superhero/master-comics-41-fawcett-publications-1943-condition-apparent-vg/a/122045-13301.s?ic2=mybidspage-lotlinks-12202013&tab=MyBids-101116 It could be people didn't realize it was trimmed and bid on the fly, don't know. Other really high new records are for early Master Comics which include #8 and #18 in VG- for $840 and $600 respectively. https://comics.ha.com/itm/golden-age-1938-1955-/superhero/master-comics-8-fawcett-publications-1940-condition-vg-/a/122045-13296.s?ic2=mybidspage-lotlinks-12202013&tab=MyBids-101116 https://comics.ha.com/itm/golden-age-1938-1955-/superhero/master-comics-18-fawcett-publications-1941-condition-vg-/a/122045-13297.s?ic2=mybidspage-lotlinks-12202013&tab=MyBids-101116
  9. Really love these comics that just came in. Affordable keys are so fun.
  10. Well, that's a comic I didn't know I wanted. Thanks man and Cheers!
  11. Don't, that money will be wasted on a book that offers no value graded. If you want a graded signed book, then you have to wait to have an opportunity where CGC can witness the signature. The certificate means nothing and won't count for CGC. If you want to do this for yourself and never ever sell it, then go for it. But if you want to be the owner of a collectible that is worth something on the comic market, then avoid.
  12. You are missing nothing. I have built a wonderful collection without ever buying from Chuck.