This listing is for a CGC graded Comic Book. CGC 7.5, Off White to White pages. Scans are of the exact item you will receive.
Four Color #1243 CGC 9.6 File Copy. Ellery Queen Painted Cover 1962. Ellery Queen Painted Cover 1962……. Packed well and ready to be part of your collection…
Book appears (to me) to be in or around the Very Good condition range, but I cannot guarantee specific grades. Please review the pictures above and judge for yourself. I also pack everything as best as I reasonably can, using cardboard supports and plenty of bubble wrap. Thank you for your interest! Adventurers Guild of Indy.
Four Color #386 Signed by the legendary Carl Barks! Extremely hard to find any comics this old signed by him let alone this grail! If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask. The grades I provide are just my opinion. Please use the photos and description to help determine condition.
Comic Book Value Packs. Key Comics & First Appearances. Good Girl Art Comics. Four Color #408 FN- 5.5 1952. This is a mid grade item. It will have enough minor defects that it is in clearly worse condition than a brand new freshly published comic, magazine, or book. Allowed defects for this grade include: a spine split of less than half an inch, minor water spotting or other residue, impacted corners, and an accumulation or spine stresses that may break color. An item could be assigned this grade due to either an accumulation of minor defects or one or two moderate defects. Cover art by Carl Barks. The Golden Helmet, script by Carl Barks; The ducks and a museum curator race Azure Blue, a descendant of the Vikings, to the coast of Labrador to find a golden helmet left by a Viking explorer; once the helmet is saved from Blue, the curator and Donald have visions of ruling the continent. Rigged-Up Lawn Roller; Donald is angry because the nephews have lent his lawn roller. Awash in Success; The nephews sell towels to the victims of an over-active park fountain. 36 pages, full color. This item is a consignment. This item is a consignment, which means that the price has been set by the consignor rather than by MyComicShop. The grade and description for this item were assigned by MyComicShop’s professional graders, not by the consignor. You can expect the same high quality, reliable grading on consignments that we provide on all other items we offer. We take pride in our accurate, consistent grading. You can be confident in receiving a well-graded comic when ordering from us. We understand that condition is important to collectors. Orders are processed each weekday morning, so be sure to submit all orders quickly if you want us to combine them.
IN LOST IN THE ANDES. 1949 CGC 3.5. Cream to off white pages. Please ignore the glare from my front window on the right side of the pictures. I still can’t take pictures without it. The book is complete, and is being offered at a fraction of a high grade copy. A great key book at a great affordable price! Check out my other auctions for comics and comic related stuff. All comics will be protected with bags and boards. All packages very securely packed. I use a lot of cardboard and filler. I have something for every collector. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask. NEAR MINT+ / MINT GRADES. NEAR MINT / MINT. 9.8 NEAR MINT+. This is close to mint with some minor defect. A slight stress line by the staples. The staples themselves are generally centered clean with no rust. Maybe some of the color has chipped or flaked off the cover. And again, the cover is flat with no surface wear; inks are bright with high reflectivity and very little fading. And those tricky corners are cut square and sharp with ever so slight blunting permitted. You can tell that this comic has been stored properly and looks as new as the day it was printed. All stress marks should be almost invisible and bindery tears must be less than 1/16 inch. Only the most subtle binding and/or printing defects allowed. Cover is fairly well centered and firmly secured to interior pages. Paper is supple and like new. Spine is tight and flat. Unobtrusive date stamps or arrival dates in pencil or ink are acceptable. Many pedigree collection comics have a notation on the cover or the interior of the comic and are considered a bonus to collectors as they help prove the provenance of the comic. NEAR MINT / NEAR MINT- GRADES. 9.4 NEAR MINT. This book is an excellent copy with great eye appeal. It is vibrant and clean with supple pages. The spine may have a couple of very small stress lines at the most 1/4 inch the surface color around the line must not be noticeably broken. The spine is almost completely flat. The cover is relatively flat with almost no surface wear and the cover inks are generally bright with medium to high reflectivity. The staples may show some discoloration, but it’s not too noticeable on first glance. The inside pages and covers usually will be off-white to white, but can be creamy or slightly yellowish. VERY FINE / NEAR MINT GRADES. VERY FINE / NEAR MINT. Slightly better condition than VERY FINE +:8.5, but in lesser conditions than the grade above. 8.5 VERY FINE. 8.0 VERY FINE. A VERY FINE comic book appears to have been read a few times and has been handled with some care. This one allows for some more defects. Some of the above defects along with a small fold or crease in the cover. Very few stress marks on spine. A few small chips on the cover. The cover has some slight surface wear but still has its original gloss and there is nothing major wrong with it. Overall an exceptional, still very collectible. FINE / VERY FINE. Slightly better condition than FINE +: 6.5, but in lesser condition than the grade above. This comic is definitely a well-read copy, but can still be a very desirable copy. This could have one major defect like a larger piece out of the cover (1/4 inch to 1/8 inch) or a one-inch plus tear. It has stress lines around the staples and creases from the opening and closing of the cover. The whiteness of the pages has been changed to off-white to yellowish color. This could have a reading or subscription crease or a rolled spine, but is not damaged enough to reduce eye appeal dramatically. Some discoloration, fading in colors and even minor soiling is allowed. The cover and/or inside pages could have minor tears and/or folds. Cover can be loose from one staple, but cover cannot be completely detached from interior. Pages and inside covers could be brown but not brittle. Depending on the grade of the copy certain amounts are available in this grade. E a book that looks 8.0 with a piece of tape on the interior cover is acceptable in this grade. 5.0 VERY GOOD+. 4.5 VERY GOOD. 4.0 VERY GOOD. Book is complete, but with major creases and or a spine roll. There is almost low cover gloss or at most times none at all. The inside paper quality is not good and yellow and small pieces of them may be missing. If there is a piece missing from the cover, it should be no larger than a 1/2″ to 1/4″. Books in this grade are almost always creased, scuffed, abraded and soiled, but completely readable. Tape on the comic is considered a defect in this grade. Good is really a misnomer, but represents a comic that is still readable with numerous defects. All the defects of a VG comic plus more. There is almost low cover gloss or most times none at all. Book is complete, but with no missing pages and is still in a “collectible” grade. This book has seen much better days and tends to be heavily worn and tattered. A copy of a comic in this grade has all pages and most of the covers. A book in this condition is worn, ragged and unattractive. Heavy creases and folds are prevalent. Paper quality can be very low. The spine and/or cover may be completely split. Staples may be missing. Coupons cut from cover and or inside pages. Panels can be clipped out. Parts of the front cover may be missing. Soiling, staining, tears, markings or chunks missing will interfere with reading. Brittleness maybe a factor. Moderate to extensive amounts of tape is acceptable on the comic in this grade. It has major defects to the point that there is almost no collector value. Copies in this grade typically will have pages and/or around 1/3 or more of the front cover missing. They may have severe strains, mildew or heavy cover abrasion to the point where cover inks are gone. Heavy defacing with paints, varnishes, glues, oil, indelible markers or dyes, etc. The inside pages can be extreme brittleness. (Coverless/Covers/Pages or Single Wrap). This designation is only used for the purpose of authentication. Coverless books will typically sell for a percentage of the good condition value. Rare and key comic books that are coverless in many cases may sell for a percentage of guide value depending on the specific comic title and issue number. Typically lower then the. 5 value, but can fluctuate based on market value. Book can been coverless or be an incomplete partial comic i. Copies in this designation typically will in most cases be beyond collectibility to the majority of the hobby. Rare key comics and incomplete pages i. Centerfolds are considered to be valuable for either restoration purposes or for inpiduals who just wish to own a piece of comic history. 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Four Color #782 is a delightful comic book that puts the spotlight on Donald Duck and his lovable duck family. Published during a vibrant era of Disney comics, this issue showcases the humorous and heartwarming adventures of Donald, his nephews Huey, Dewey, and Louie, and other beloved characters from the Duck universe. Within the pages of Four Color #782, readers are treated to a range of stories that exemplify the unique dynamics of the Duck family. From their hilarious misadventures to their heartwarming moments of togetherness, each tale captures the essence of the beloved characters and the universal appeal of their endearing relationships. As the iconic and perpetually temperamental Donald Duck takes center stage, readers join him on his escapades, witnessing his comical struggles and relatable everyday challenges. Whether it’s dealing with his mischievous nephews, battling against the misfortunes of life, or embarking on wild and unpredictable journeys, Donald’s resilient spirit and unwavering determination shine through. The inclusion of Donald’s nephews, Huey, Dewey, and Louie, adds an extra layer of charm and adventure to Four Color #782. These spirited and clever youngsters often find themselves caught up in thrilling escapades alongside their beloved uncle, showcasing the importance of family bonds and the joy of shared experiences. Four Color #782 serves as a testament to the enduring popularity of Donald Duck and his duck family. The comic book captures the unique blend of humor, heart, and relatability that has made these characters beloved icons in the world of Disney. For collectors and fans of Disney comics, Four Color #782 holds special significance. It represents a cherished piece of the Duck family’s legacy, allowing readers to immerse themselves in the timeless charm of Donald and his endearing nephews. This comic book is a testament to the enduring appeal and universal love for the Duck family’s adventures.
Rare OW to W 4.5.