(BL77) HUGE IRON MAN (1968) comic book (LOT OF 57) ranging from # 20- 101
  $   185


$   185 Sold For
May 4, 2020 End Date
May 2, 2020 Start Date
$   185 Start price
1 Number Of Bids
USA Country Of Seller
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This lot includes

IRON MAN (1968) # 20, 24, 26- 36, 40 CVR CLIP, 41- 42, 43 & 44 CVR CLIP, 45, 47, 55 MME REP, 57- 60, 62, 64- 65, 70, 77-101, ANNUAL # 2 CVR CLIP WEREWOLF BY NIGHT (1972) # 42 & 43 (FEAT IRON MAN)
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NEAR MINT (NM, Overstreet)
A nearly perfect copy with only minor imperfection allowed. 
VERY FINE (VF, Overstreet)
An exceptional copy with outstanding eye appeal. Sharp, bright and clean with supple pages. Pages and covers can be yellowish/tannish (at the most), but not brown, and will often be off white to white. Light spine wear is acceptable. 
FINE (F, Overstreet)
An exceptional, above average copy that show minor wear but still is relatively flat, clean and glossy with no subscription crease or brown margins. Typical defects include: light spine wear, minor surface wear, a light crease, minor yellowing/tanning to interior pages. Compared to a VF, cover inks are beginning to show a significant reduction in reflectivity, but the comic remains highly collectible and desirable. 
VERY GOOD (VG, Overstreet)
Generally, this condition represents the average used comic book, one that has not been taken care of. These comics show moderate wear but eye appeal has not been reduced to the point that the comic ceases to be collectible. One or two minor markings on the cover or minor spine roll are allowed. These comics may be lightly creased along the spine or other edges, or have a minor piece or pieces missing. 
GOOD (GD, Overstreet)
Comics in this condition have all pages and covers, although there may be small rips or tears. These still very readable copies are commonly creased, scuffed, abraded, and soiled. Paper quality is low, but not brittle. 
FAIR (FR, Overstreet)
Comics in this condition are very heavily read and soiled, but still complete. Damaged beyond collectible for many collectors but not all, fair comics typically bring 30 to 50 percent of the good price, but can command more where better condition copies are not available at affordable prices. 
POOR (PR, Overstreet)
Comics in this condition have an aggregate of defects so extensive as to render them all but uncollectible in most cases. Poor comics are often severely stained, abraded, defaced, or otherwise damaged, and may in rare cases have a page or centerfold missing. Even a poor copy, however, can be sought by readers and even collectors when better condition copies are not available at affordable prices.