Captain Marvel Lot-19,20,21,22,23,24,36,42,43,44,45,46,47,48,49,50,55,56,57,58
  $   110


$   110 Sold For
Jan 3, 2019 End Date
Dec 27, 2018 Start Date
$   1 Start price
13 Number Of Bids
USA Country Of Seller
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Up for bid is a lot of 20 Bronze Age Captain Marvel comics.  Issues and conditions are as follows:


19 = Fine/Very Fine (7.0)

20 = Very Good (4.0; small water stain upper left corner)

21 (Hulk) = Fine Plus (6.5)

22 = Fine Plus (6.5)

23 = Fine/Very Fine (7.0)

24 = Very Good/Fine (5.0)

36 = Very Fine Minus (7.5)

42 = Fine Minus (5.5)

43 = Very Fine Minus (7.5; Captain Marvel v. Drax)

44 = Fine Plus (6.5; Captain Marvel v. Drax)

45 = Fine (6.0)

46 = Fine/Very Fine (7.0)

47 = Fine Minus (5.5; looks nicer but has 1-inch tear on lower edge of back cover)

48 = Fine Minus (5.5)

49 = Very Good/Fine (5.0; moisture stain along spine)

50 (Avengers team-up) = Fine Plus (6.5)

55 = Fine Plus (6.5)

56 = Very Fine Minus (7.5)

57 (Thor; Thanos flashback) = Very Fine Minus (7.5)

58 (Drax; Thanos flashback) = Fine Plus (6.5)

Grading:  I use Overstreet's Comic Book Grading Guide (2016 ed.) as well as 30+ years of collecting experience to grade.  I also have several CGC, PGX, and CBCS books that I use for reference.  I try to be accurate with grading, but there is always some subjectivity, and hence variability, involved.  For example, I have a CGC 8.5 Wolverine #4 with no visible flaws except for one spine stress mark.  However, I also have a CGC 9.0 Swamp Thing #1 with two stress marks and a small corner crease. Personally, I think the 8.5 Wolverine looks better, which illustrates my point.

Generally, I spend more time and effort grading high grade books than low grade books.  For example, I will agonize for long minutes about whether to grade something an 8.0 versus a 9.0 because the difference and value can be large on a high-end book.  On the other hand, I won't spend much time trying to distinguish between a 2.0 and 3.0.

If unhappy with my grading, I will refund the purchase price; however, the buyer pays return shipping unless he/she can make a good argument that I really blew it on the grading.

Comics will be securely packed and bagged and boarded.   

Shipping is $4.60 by Media Mail within the U.S.  I do combine shipping (usually $.50 to $1.00 for each additional lot); however, PLEASE wait for the combined invoice.

All international sales are handled through Ebay’s Global Shipping Program, and I have no control over those shipping charges.