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  1. Detective Comics 27 8 on 2010/02/25 Heritage $1,075,000.00 $134,375.00 Detective Comics 27 6 on 2010/04/01 Metropolis $575,000.00 $95,833.33 Detective Comics 27 7.5 on 2010/08/04 Heritage $657,250.00 $87,633.33 Detective Comics 27 7 on 2011/11/19 Heritage $492,938.00 $70,419.71 Detective Comics 27 2 on 2012/02/22 Heritage $116,512.00 $58,256.00 Detective Comics 27 Billy Wright 6.5 on 2012/02/24 Heritage $522,813.00 $80,432.77 Detective Comics 27 3 on 2012/04/18 ComicConnect $201,000.00 $67,000.00 Detective Comics 27 6.5 on 2012/04/18 ComicConnect $414,000.00 $63,692.31 Detective Comics 27 4 on 2012/08/14 ComicConnect $287,000.00 $71,750.00 Detective Comics 27 3 on 2012/12/04 ComicConnect $194,543.00 $64,847.67 Detective Comics 27 6.5 on 2013/02/23 Heritage $567,625.00 $87,326.92 Detective Comics 27 2.5 in 2015 ComicLink $270,000.00 $108,000.00 Detective Comics 27 4 on 2015/05/01 ComicConnect $475,000.00 $118,750.00 Detective Comics 27 6.5 on 2015/06/01 ComicConnect $725,000.00 $111,538.46 Detective Comics 27 3 on 2015/06/03 ComicConnect $305,000.00 $101,666.67 Detective Comics 27 5 on 2017/05/01 ComicConnect $710,000.00 $142,000.00 Detective Comics 27 5 on 2018/03/18 Hakes $569,273.00 $113,854.60 Detective Comics 27 Rockford 6 on 2018/03/21 ComicConnect $732,000.00 $122,000.00
  2. Thinking about price per point today. This is the last ten years of Action #1. What would a meaningful single number look like for this book, based on this data set and how could we calculate it for other books. Is the current state of the trendline meaningful? Or is there some other way we could shake out this data which would make comparisons across books more useful? Action Comics 1 2.5 2009 ComicConnect $121,000.00 $48,400.00 Action Comics 1 5 2010 ComicConnect $436,000.00 $87,200.00 Action Comics 1 6.5 2010 Private Sale $575,000.00 $88,461.54 Action Comics 1 3 2010 ComicConnect $300,000.00 $100,000.00 Action Comics 1 8.5 2010 ComicConnect $1,500,000.00 $176,470.59 Action Comics 1 6 2010 ComicConnect $317,200.00 $52,866.67 Action Comics 1 Kansas City 8 2010 ComicConnect $1,000,000.00 $125,000.00 Action Comics 1 9 2011 ComicConnect $2,161,000.00 $240,111.11 Action Comics 1 4.5 2011 ComicConnect $345,000.00 $76,666.67 Action Comics 1 6.5 2011 ComicLink $625,000.00 $96,153.85 Action Comics 1 Billy Wright 3 2012 Heritage $298,750.00 $99,583.33 Action Comics 1 5 2013 ComicConnect $427,111.00 $85,422.20 Action Comics 1 Billy Wright 3 2013 Heritage $388,375.00 $129,458.33 Action Comics 1 3 2014 Heritage $310,000.00 $103,333.33 Action Comics 1 9 2014 eBay $3,207,852.00 $356,428.00 Action Comics 1 5 2015 Seller unknown $675,000.00 $135,000.00 Action Comics 1 5 2015 ComicConnect $658,000.00 $131,600.00 Action Comics 1 2.5 2015 ComicLink $275,000.00 $110,000.00 Action Comics 1 5.5 2016 Heritage $956,000.00 $173,818.18 Action Comics 1 0.5 2018 eBay $145,655.00 $291,310.00 Action Comics 1 8.5 2018 ComicConnect $2,052,000.00 $241,411.76 Action Comics 1 5 2018 ComicConnect $815,000.00 $163,000.00
  3. The focus in that article is on individual copies, so if we're trying to do a new version of the Overstreet top ten, then that article is no good. I will say that, in high grade at least, Hulk #1, Amazing Fantasy #15 and Fantastic Four #1 are all in the mix. Based on the list posted above, as a ready example, there's no million dollar copy of Wonder Woman #1, Flash #1 or Suspense #3 and the best copies of those three silver age books would all sell for seven figures. Marvel Comics #1 on the other hand... I know we're talking about golden age here, but it's worth noting. I will also take the bait!
  4. They extend the end time whenever a new bid comes in in the last... 3 minutes? Even if they person wining doesn't end up with the highest bid. It's their special wrinkle on the online-only auctions.
  5. That's another book I covered last week. I had no idea how valuable that book was, even in low grade.
  6. Thanks! Putting them together was truly a lot of fun. Cataloging and selling them was fun, too. It's a good arc.
  7. Two super nice books. The 103 is especially nice. Happy to see they're going to a good home. Thanks!
  8. I did. I wrote up why a little while ago. TL/DR; I was bored with collecting long runs, 1100+ graded comics was too many for me to handle, and seemed like it would be fun. It was.
  9. It was a really good night. The #1 and #7 were slightly lower than I'd hoped, but a bunch of other books picked up the slack, so I'm really happy with the way it went.