Amazing Fantasy #15 Club
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Add me to me to the club! I have CGC 7.5 SS Stan Lee Off White pages and no Marvel chipping.

I have had this book for over 20 years and decided to have Stan sign it. I know some disagree with having the book signed but it's something I wanted to do. I will post a picture when I figure out how to!!

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How much would a raw 0.5-2.0 (complete) AF15 be costing me?

(No not TreeFiddy lol)

 

GPA in 2013= $3000 to $5800 for graded copies.

 

Just to clarify, the $5800 for the 2.0 was the last and highest recorded sale in 2013.

The $3000 was the only recorded sale for a 0.5 in 2013.

A raw copy could be priced differently based on any defects and page quality.

Just trying to give you a range to work in. Hope this helps.

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Anybody see (like I have to ask) the AF15 CGC SS 5.0 for sale at $20K on the boards?

 

 

Last I checked, a 5.0 was selling for $12.5-$15K in 2013. A 5.5 SS even sold for $14K in Feb of 2013.

 

 

Any buyers out there for $20K?

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Anybody see (like I have to ask) the AF15 CGC SS 5.0 for sale at $20K on the boards?

 

 

Last I checked, a 5.0 was selling for $12.5-$15K in 2013. A 5.5 SS even sold for $14K in Feb of 2013.

 

 

Any buyers out there for $20K?

Highly unlikely but the seller can ask anything they want (thumbs u

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Anybody see (like I have to ask) the AF15 CGC SS 5.0 for sale at $20K on the boards?

 

 

Last I checked, a 5.0 was selling for $12.5-$15K in 2013. A 5.5 SS even sold for $14K in Feb of 2013.

 

 

Any buyers out there for $20K?

Highly unlikely but the seller can ask anything they want (thumbs u

 

I know :shrug:

 

It just frustrates me when someone prices something 33% higher than the highest GPA record citing "data they've seen." Clearly this isn't an entirely true statement.

 

Particularly when they haven't posted since 2012 (only 4 posts in 2012) and largely not since 2004. It may not be, but it "feels" fishy...

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Anybody see (like I have to ask) the AF15 CGC SS 5.0 for sale at $20K on the boards?

 

 

Last I checked, a 5.0 was selling for $12.5-$15K in 2013. A 5.5 SS even sold for $14K in Feb of 2013.

 

 

Any buyers out there for $20K?

Highly unlikely but the seller can ask anything they want (thumbs u

 

It's a nice looking 5.0, but yeah .....

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Anybody see (like I have to ask) the AF15 CGC SS 5.0 for sale at $20K on the boards?

 

 

Last I checked, a 5.0 was selling for $12.5-$15K in 2013. A 5.5 SS even sold for $14K in Feb of 2013.

 

 

Any buyers out there for $20K?

Highly unlikely but the seller can ask anything they want (thumbs u

 

I know :shrug:

 

It just frustrates me when someone prices something 33% higher than the highest GPA record citing "data they've seen." Clearly this isn't an entirely true statement.

 

Particularly when they haven't posted since 2012 (only 4 posts in 2012) and largely not since 2004. It may not be, but it "feels" fishy...

 

I would guess he's throwing it out there to see what offers he gets. Certainly seen that strategy before. (shrug)

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Anybody see (like I have to ask) the AF15 CGC SS 5.0 for sale at $20K on the boards?

 

 

Last I checked, a 5.0 was selling for $12.5-$15K in 2013. A 5.5 SS even sold for $14K in Feb of 2013.

 

 

Any buyers out there for $20K?

 

I know, very unrealistic. A waste of people's time.

 

As if Stan's sig adds another $5000 lol

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Anybody see (like I have to ask) the AF15 CGC SS 5.0 for sale at $20K on the boards?

 

 

Last I checked, a 5.0 was selling for $12.5-$15K in 2013. A 5.5 SS even sold for $14K in Feb of 2013.

 

 

Any buyers out there for $20K?

Highly unlikely but the seller can ask anything they want (thumbs u

 

I know :shrug:

 

It just frustrates me when someone prices something 33% higher than the highest GPA record citing "data they've seen." Clearly this isn't an entirely true statement.

 

Particularly when they haven't posted since 2012 (only 4 posts in 2012) and largely not since 2004. It may not be, but it "feels" fishy...

 

I would guess he's throwing it out there to see what offers he gets. Certainly seen that strategy before. (shrug)

 

Fair enough on the tactic, still don't like the other details.

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