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How much is the sweet Tec?

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Hey I got a tec 17. Brian when you going to list the real bookslol    :headbang::hi:

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1 hour ago, woowoo said:

Hey I got a tec 17. Brian when you going to list the real bookslol    :headbang::hi:

We all want to see you "buy" a book at 2017 prices Harold lol

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Wow great books! 

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2 hours ago, retrocomics said:

How much is the sweet Tec?

Oops, I will update the listing. The Tec 17 is $2,800

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3 hours ago, Gotham Kid said:

Now this is what we need up in here. GA goodness.

+1

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39 minutes ago, Primetime said:

We all want to see you "buy" a book at 2017 prices Harold lol

Please help me do it I just need a BIG push :baiting: Oh I need something worth buying say Cap 3:devil:

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Just for WooWoo

DETECTIVE COMICS #8

$18,000

OCT 1937; CGC 8.0 (2nd highest graded). This book is one of the first 250 or so comics ever published, and pre-dated Action #1 by eight months. A classic Creig Flessel cover featuring Mister Chang, with a sinister grin on his face.

This copy is in remarkable condition, with no single major defect to be found. A very rare book indeed with the Gerber Photo Journal giving it a 7 on their scarcity scale. It's estimated that less than 50 copies exist today. Flessel and Joe Shuster art.

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7 minutes ago, Bunky Brian said:

Just for WooWoo

DETECTIVE COMICS #8

$18,000

OCT 1937; CGC 8.0 (2nd highest graded). This book is one of the first 250 or so comics ever published, and pre-dated Action #1 by eight months. A classic Creig Flessel cover featuring Mister Chang, with a sinister grin on his face.

This copy is in remarkable condition, with no single major defect to be found. A very rare book indeed with the Gerber Photo Journal giving it a 7 on their scarcity scale. It's estimated that less than 50 copies exist today. Flessel and Joe Shuster art.

DET_8_80.jpg

tec_8_80_cgc_bc.jpg

 

:golfclap:woo woo, indeed.  

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1 hour ago, Bunky Brian said:

Just for WooWoo

DETECTIVE COMICS #8

$18,000

OCT 1937; CGC 8.0 (2nd highest graded). This book is one of the first 250 or so comics ever published, and pre-dated Action #1 by eight months. A classic Creig Flessel cover featuring Mister Chang, with a sinister grin on his face.

This copy is in remarkable condition, with no single major defect to be found. A very rare book indeed with the Gerber Photo Journal giving it a 7 on their scarcity scale. It's estimated that less than 50 copies exist today. Flessel and Joe Shuster art.

DET_8_80.jpg

tec_8_80_cgc_bc.jpg

 

I sooo want this book and if you ever find one in lower grade say 2.0 or lower let me know

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4 hours ago, Primetime said:

We all want to see you "buy" a book at 2017 prices Harold lol

lol

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great books. brian was my first cgc purchase and i would not hesitate to buy from him again (once i see something in my price range)

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11 hours ago, Gotham Kid said:

lol

Peter really wt------------------------:roflmao::roflmao::roflmao::roflmao::roflmao:lollollolI love it still want the 28 send it to me so I cant say NO:takeit:

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22 hours ago, Bunky Brian said:

ACTION COMICS #29

CGC 3.0

$1,000

OCT 1940; Cream to off-white pages.

First Lois Lane cover and a bondage cover at that!

Wayne Boring. Jack Burnley, Sheldon Moldoff, Bernard Baily, and Fred Guardineer art.

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Wow beautiful books!

 

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So which is it BASIL? :baiting:  

 

Is Action 29 the FIRST LOIS cover or is it ACTION 27  which shows a girl in the corner while SUPE fights a lion that looks a lot like LOIS:wink:

which is currently on display at ComicLINK with the subtitle "1st Lois Lane Cover".........

 

Has  anyone actually  read that one at all?  Does the story mention LOIS? 2c

http://www.comiclink.com/auctions/item.asp?back=%2FAuctions%2Fallsub.asp%3F_SORT%3DYES%261%3D1%26Focused%3D1%26id%3D1058%26TO%3D%26FROM%3D%26f1%3Da.MaxBid%26ODire1%3DDESC%26f2%3Di.Title%2C%2Bi.IssueNumber%2C%2Bi.VolumeNumber%26ODire2%3DASC%26f3%3Da.MaxBid%26ODire3%3DDESC%23Item_1164227&id=1164227

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7 minutes ago, srbeausoleil said:

So which is it BASIL? :baiting:  

 

Is Action 29 the FIRST LOIS cover or is it ACTION 27  which shows a girl in the corner while SUPE fights a lion that looks a lot like LOIS:wink:

which is currently on display at ComicLINK with the subtitle "1st Lois Lane Cover".........

 

Has  anyone actually  read that one at all?  Does the story mention LOIS? 2c

Superman fights a lion that looks like Lois? 

Edited by mysterio

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