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which one has the better silver aged books? i own a couple of curators that are very nice but no white mountains.

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Curator by a mile. Curator has the best examples of Silver Age comics, period. The closest to Curator would be the Pacific Coast Pedigree. Despite having books such as AF 15 9.4, White Mountain isn't even a Top 3 Pedigree.

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When is that Pedigree book coming out? :frustrated:

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When I'm married and have kids :insane:

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When is that Pedigree book coming out? :frustrated:

Not until after the GA one comes out. :whistle:

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When I'm married and have kids :insane:

Never? :(

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When I'm married and have kids :insane:

Never? :(

Damn, that's harsh :sorry:

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i own a couple of curators that are very nice but no white mountains.

 

Why? ???

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IMHO

#1) Curator

#2) Pacific Coast

#3) Mass

#4) Northland

#5) White Mountain

..........

##Last) Mohawk Valley the worst pedigree recognized by CGC

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I was always under the impression that Pac Coast was the #1. Tons of 9.6's (I believe two X-Men 1s) and the consensus best run of TOS among pedigrees.

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When is that Pedigree book coming out? :frustrated:

Not until after the GA one comes out. :whistle:

 

Tsk, tsk! (tsk)

 

I didn't specify SA or GA, just asked when the Pedigree book is coming out. :makepoint:

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I was always under the impression that Pac Coast was the #1. Tons of 9.6's (I believe two X-Men 1s) and the consensus best run of TOS among pedigrees.
PC definitely owns the top TTA books as well, a lot of the single 9.8s in the 60s and 70s are PC copies

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not to sound bias over here on the left coast, but it's PC and then everybody else. :acclaim: sorry. :rulez:

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IMHO

#1) Curator

#2) Pacific Coast

#3) Mass

#4) Northland

#5) White Mountain

..........

##Last) Mohawk Valley the worst pedigree recognized by CGC

 

Where would the Green River ped go in this list?

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IMHO

#1) Curator

#2) Pacific Coast

#3) Mass

#4) Northland

#5) White Mountain

..........

##Last) Mohawk Valley the worst pedigree recognized by CGC

Excellent list.

 

Plus, I know it is an integral part of the pedigree, but I have never been fond of the hand written date on the White Mountain books. To me, it's a distraction.

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When is that Pedigree book coming out? :frustrated:

Not until after the GA one comes out. :whistle:

 

Tsk, tsk! (tsk)

 

I didn't specify SA or GA, just asked when the Pedigree book is coming out. :makepoint:

The word "that" in reference to the conversation implied the SA pedigree book. ;)

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When is that Pedigree book coming out? :frustrated:

Not until after the GA one comes out. :whistle:

 

Tsk, tsk! (tsk)

 

I didn't specify SA or GA, just asked when the Pedigree book is coming out. :makepoint:

The word "that" in reference to the conversation implied the SA pedigree book. ;)

 

No it didn't. :slapfight:

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how about 6-10 in the list?

 

Joe

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When is that Pedigree book coming out? :frustrated:

Not until after the GA one comes out. :whistle:

 

Tsk, tsk! (tsk)

 

I didn't specify SA or GA, just asked when the Pedigree book is coming out. :makepoint:

The word "that" in reference to the conversation implied the SA pedigree book. ;)

 

No it didn't. :slapfight:

We are in the Silver Age forum, so it's SA by default.

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