Monkeyman wrote:Here is my copy of Tec 35. Notice the piece missing from the front cover that brings down the grade.
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Mac Man wrote:Monkeyman wrote:Here is my copy of Tec 35. Notice the piece missing from the front cover that brings down the grade.
Monkeyman wrote:The back cover is intact, although with a heavy dust shadow and foxing. I have a very nice repo cover and I'm wondering if I should have it attached to the back cover and reattached to the comic, but I'm not sure it is worth the effort.
Does anyone know how this would grade? The Overstreet Grading Guide specifically says:
Fair (1.0) - Can be missing back cover or half of front cover
Poor (0.5) - Can be coverless
That suggests that this is a Fr/P (0.75) copy, although that grade doesn't exist in the guide. Does CGC have a 0.8 grade?
Mr. Zipper wrote:Simply great stuff. Thanks for sharing Jon!
Point Five wrote:Switching gears, here is an early Disney pickup I just got in. I love how primitive and fun these early duck books are... Can post more if there is interest.
macathro wrote:Definite interest here! I absolutely love the Disney books! I'm a little surprised I haven't focused on them yet. Maybe I'll start a Four Color collection. There can't be that many can there?
Mike Greenwood wrote:Is the one posted the first Christmas cover in the run? I like Christmas covers.
Point Five wrote:Mike Greenwood wrote:Is the one posted the first Christmas cover in the run? I like Christmas covers.
It is. And if you're really into trivia, my guess is it's the first time Huey, Dewey and Louie appeared on a comic cover.
macathro wrote:Yeah, those tens of Clarabelle Cow collectors out there really soak up the supply of the good stuff don't they? Maybe it is the Gardening theme cover collectors that are getting all the copies?
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