PGM : X-Men 14
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Hello all - I'm new to these forums but I've been giving more serious thought lately to finally getting some of my better issues graded. I've always been anxious about the process but at least I'm now in the right place to learn more.

I've got some decent books to share and possibly submit - I'm hoping to get some opinions on a few of them.

Without further ado, X-Men 14...

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All I see is some minor creasing top and bottom left front cover, the book lies flat, I do not see any stress lines so IMO...

6.0 FINE (FN):  Back to Top
An above-average copy that shows minor wear but is still relatively flat and clean with no significant creasing or other serious defects. Some accumulation of minor bindery/printing defects is allowed. Minor cover wear apparent, with minor to moderate creases. Inks show a significant reduction in reflectivity. Blunted corners are more common, as is minor staining, soiling, discoloration, and/or foxing. Stamped or inked arrival dates may be present. A minor spine roll is allowed. There can also be a 1/4" spine split or severe color break. Staples may show minor discoloration. Minor staple tears and a few slight stress lines may be present, as well as minor rust migration. Paper is tan to brown and fairly supple with no signs of brittleness. Minor interior tears at the margin may be present. Centerfold may be loose.

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