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- A NICE ASSORTMENT OF CGC / CGC SS KEYS A FEW FIRST APPEARANCES TO BOOT ! LOW HANGING FRUIT OFFERS WILL BE TREATED AS SUCH The simple rules... - 1st in the sales thread beats ANY agreement between parties via PM or elsewhere. It's fine if someone wants to post the " sign pending scan"... but realize if someone posts the sign after you without a "pending scan" notation, then their will trump yours. If someone posts in the sales thread in the time it takes me to mark it sold to you from your PM, you also will lose item. If you're really worried about losing the item, then you better post it here in the sales thread - Paypal only please. Your paypal address must be confirmed and I only ship to the confirmed address. - No probies, HOS or people who I choose not to sell to or those on my personal ignore list. - Payment required within three days after you are sent an invoice unless prior arrangements are made beforehand. After that, books are back up for sale and I will nominate you for the PL list. By winning my book(s), you agree to this. Not really interested in time payments, as I need these books out the door. - Shipping will be boxed and insured for USA Paypal confirmed addresses and is $15 for UP TO THREE SLABS AND GOES UP TO $20 FOR MORE THAN THREE. PLEASE NOTE: I am NOT currently shipping outside of the USA at this time. - Returns gladly accepted within 7 days of receipt of package at buyer's cost, no questions asked. Need to see how legit I am... here are 30+ pages of my kudos. http://boards.collectors-society.com/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=4281199#Post4281199&fpart=1 MY FIRST POST WILL BE WHAT I'M SELLING, WITH PICS FORTHCOMING TONIGHT !
Selling almost all of my collection, each set will be grouped by title and the larger runs broken up into more manageable lots to keep package weight & postage reasonable. Shipping is included in the list price for all claims within the U.S., all international claims will be listed price plus the actual cost of postage via USPS International Priority Mail. THE RULES (these will be enforced and adhered to whether you read them or not, so . . . maybe read them ) Questions are welcome except those offering lower than posted prices or asking me to break up a lot or mix/match books between lots. I’ve given general grades to each book but not overly scrutinized them so if you’d like to see closer shots or a particular angle of a specific book or know I’ll post here in the thread for everyone to have a look. Books with an * next to them indicates a book in structurally better shape than the listed grade but I have lowered significantly due to some degree of foxing or moisture damage, books in bold indicate a newsstand edition with the UPC barcode on the front cover (when there are multiple copies of a single issue in bold that means at least one of them is a newsstand, if not all). is king and timestamp trumps any PM communications. It is the buyer's responsibility to post the in the thread after any PM communication to officially finalize the deal, any unconditional posted before that will be the winner regardless. Payment needs to be made via PayPal within 2 days of claim unless other arrangements are made (ignoring and/or not reading messages will not extend the time) Feedback is here. No Probies, HOS members or anyone I have on ignore.
Finally, for this week, we're delving into the Justice Society of America! I've always had a fondness for time travel and alternative universe storylines, so naturally the JLA/JSA stories from the 60's and 70's caught my attention when I started to collect DC back-issues. I started out big, right out of the gate, with this one... ...Justice League of America #21 from August 1963. Aside from having one of the best covers from the Silver Age, this issue is the proper introduction of the JSA from Earth-2 into the modern day DC continuity. This issue I picked up from the Motor City Comic-Con back in 2013 of $30, and it's a pretty sharp looking low grade book. I don't really collect the Justice League of America title per se, but do pick up issues from time to time. With that said, I'm not a stickler for condition on these, and would rather just be able to read the stories. These three I picked up just recently at my LCS' monthly auctions. A great collection of covers all around, although that #46 is extra cool with the Batman '66-esque sound effects! That issue itself is from the summer of '66...coincidence? Naturally, I followed the JSA into the Bronze Age as well, with the relaunch of All Star Comics. Not only were the Justice Society back in their original title with All Star Comics #58 from February 1976, but it also features the 1st appearance of the Earth-2 Supergirl...Power Girl! I picked up this issue about 10 years ago on eBay for a whole fourteen bucks. Up until recently, the big hole in my collection of Bronze Age JSA were the Huntress issues. Within the last year, I was able to rectify that, but I did have to pay up for them. These were issues that I always said I'd get around to sooner or later, as they were more Batman issues than Superman. Oops. Oh well, they are mine now... The All-Star Comics #69 I got off of eBay, while the DC Super-Stars #17 I got from my LCS's monthly auctions. I kinda felt bad on that last one, as I had to out-bid a father-son collecting team, but it's war out in the auction room...you do what you gotta do! My favorite run of JSA bronze books are the short run of issues in Adventure Comics from #461-466 from 1979. Such great stories in those. In fact, the whole 1970's run of Adventure Comics features some great gems. Finally, we get the long awaited first appearance of one of my CGC slabs. I was waiting for a time when I could get proper pics and scans of these, as they are a pain, but this will have to do. But first, I must set the narrative... About 5 or 6 years ago, a lady walked in to my local comic shop with a box full of books that her aunt was going to sell at their garage sale. Lucky for he Aunt, she snagged them before the garage sale started and brought them to my LCS to see if they were worth anything. Her uncle had passed some years prior, and these were his original owner book from the early 1940's. Needless to say, it was a wise decision on her part, as they did a lot better with their books in an auction than they would've gotten at the garage sale. I think they ended up getting close to $10k for her box of books that were underneath the basement staircase for decades. Unfortunately for me, there were no Superman books in the bunch, so I had to set my sights elsewhere if I wanted a piece of this collection. Included in the batch were some great early Batman and Detective Comics with the 1st Alfred and early Penguin issues. There was also a Green Lantern #1 in sharp VG condition. But what caught my eye was the collection of All-Star Comics that he had. My memories a little hazy, and I seem to have misplaced my auction catalog from that event, but he had at least 5 different issues from #5-12. There was no #8, or at least it was never made available in the sale if it was there...who knows, maybe my LCS owner is sitting on that one still? For my money, I decided to go for All Star Comics #12 from August 1942, as it had a great cover. Seriously, look at that cover! Great patriotic stuff, with Wonder Woman front and center, and the rest of the Justice League fanned out behind her. I ended up subbing this one to CGC last year, and it came back a universal 4.0 grade. The auction was packed and the bidding was fierce, so in the end I paid close to $400 for this one. I probably overpaid at the time, but you know how auction fever goes. I think in the end I'm going to come out ahead, as this is the issue where Wonder Woman is elected as the secretary of the Justice Society. Word on the street is that Gal Gadot will be assuming the secretary post in the new Justice League movie...fingers crossed!
Spring Cleaning CGC 9.8 variants: JLA 3, JSA Classified 1, Death of Wolverine 1 Spring Cleaning CGC 9.8 slabs: JLA 3 Superman Logo variant, JSA Classified #1 Adam Hughes Power Girl cover, Death of Wolverine #1 Dynamic Forces holofoil cover variant still sealed in polybag with CoA. Would love to send all three books to one boardie for $430 shipped USPS Domestic. No probies, HoS, standard disclaimers, first in thread trumps all, etc... PayPal or Square Cash, please. Willing to discuss other options. All offers and trades will be considered. Leon's Kudos Postings of each book with scans to follow in this thread very shortly: Justice League 3 CGC 9.8 Superman Comics rare test logo variant 1987 shipped USPS domestic $325 JSA Classified #1 CGC 9.8 Power Girl Adam Hughes classic cover, white pages, shipped USPS domestic $150 Death of Wolverine 1 CGC 9.8 holofoil cover variant w/Dynamic Forces CoA still in polybag. Shipped USPS domestic $60