3-"the Flash" DC Silver Age #134,138,147 Reverse Flash+Elongated Man more(1963)
  $   20


$   20 Sold For
Oct 29, 2014 End Date
Oct 22, 2014 Start Date
$   20 Start price
2 Number Of Bids
USA Country Of Seller
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In this auction I am offering a silver age lot of the Flash starting with issue #134 (Feb. 1963) with Capt. Cold and Elongated Man from DC Comics including issues #138 featuring Pied Piper and Elongated Man, ending with issue #147 featuring Reverse Flash. Freshly reviewed with new bags and boards. I believe the grade on these comics are in the low very good to good range or 3.0 or less based on a 0-10.0 scale. I have added actual scans of the front of each comic to help buyers determine condition. Additional photos have been added to point out defects. 

This is a great group of  three Silver Age comics with a few defects at an awesome price!

PAYMENT: Paypal only. Please pay within 24 hours of the end of this auction. I can add three more to this lot @ $2.00 more per comic. 

SHIPPING: FREE SHIPPING! I will ship via the USPS. I can add 3 more individual comics to this lot to save comic fans $$$. Only $2 more per comic. This will ship with cardboard to reinforce and bubble wrap. What for updated invoice to receive your shipping discount. 

GRADING: Although I am not a professional grader, I offer MY OPINION of the grade. To that end, I tend to grade lower than what the actual grade may be. Please take a moment to review my photos to form your own opinion. I also offer an interior photo to help in that opinion. Sales are final on all reading material purchases.

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If for any reason you think I have earned less than a 100% positive / 5-star feedback, please contact me first so we can work together toward a resolution.

No international shipping at this time, and the buyer must be located within the Continental U.S. at an address that is not an APO/FPO and one in which the delivery confirmation can be made. I will pack any item I am selling to survive most USPS abuse.  Thank you.