As comic fans, you’ve seen the results and heard about the record-breaking prices achieved in ComicConnect.com's Event Auctions. They are already accepting consignments to promote for their next big auction.
“We were the first company to sell a comic, Action Comics #1 CGC 8.0, for $1,000,000, and we hold the world record for the sale of any comic book with Action Comics #1 CGC 8.5 for $1.5 million,” said Rob Reynolds, director of consignments. “Our extensive customer base, going back nearly three decades, allows us to achieve incredible, record-breaking results for our consignors. What can we do for you?”Now is the time to consign your comics. Simply upload your comics on ComicConnect.com, and their staff will start promoting your listings and telling prospective buyers to bid on your items! All CGC- and PGX-graded comics shipped to ComicConnect.com for auction start at $1 with no reserve and will be scanned and listed by ComicConnect.com at their same low seller's commission of 10 percent. ComicConnect.com does not charge buyer's premiums. ComicConnect.com provides FREE SCANNING for all CGC-graded comics shipped to them for auction at $1 start and no reserve! They also offer generous cash advances up to $1 million dollars for top-notch consignments.
For assistance creating an account or questions about bidding, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 212-895-3999. For international callers, dial 001-212-895-3999.ComicConnect.com is an online marketplace for comic buyers and sellers, focusing on comic books published between 1930 and 1975. Membership is free, and members may list their comics for sale or auction for free. ComicConnect.com brokers transactions and accepts a low 10 percent commission only after comics are sold through the site. ComicConnect.com never charges buyer's premiums.This is a guest article. The thoughts and opinions in this piece are those of their author and are not necessarily the thoughts of the Certified Collectibles Group.
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