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1950s-1970s Gold/Silver/Bronze Age Graded Comic Book Lot of (20) with Superman

Lot Number 1519

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Mainly Silver Age characters and titles form an instant collection with this lot of (20) certified comic books. Seldom offered in such a large quantity, professionally graded comics are dominating the hobby with values well above similar raw examples. This diverse and exciting assortment includes a variety of genres such as super-heroes, war, western, sci-fi/fantasy and even a couple with teen appeal. Representing a significant investment in certification fees, this classic collection combines venerable Gold/Silver/Bronze Age status with title popularity and desirable above average to better condition grades.

 

Comics in this lot are graded by CBCS with one CGC exception as noted below. The complete list of included issues is as follows:

 

(2) Super-Hero Titles: 1965 Aquaman #21 (2.5 GD+); 1974 Superman #281 (3.0 GD-VG)

 

(6) Sci-Fi/Fantasy Titles: 1967 Adventures into the Unknown #174 (3.5 GD-VG+); 1965 Gorgo #22 (5.5 VG-FN+); 1975 Korg 70,000 B.C. #1 inaugural issue (5.0 VG-FN); 1969 Magnus Robot Fighter #25 (9.2 NM); 1969 Mighty Samson #17 (7.0 FN-VF); 1962 Tarzan #129 (1.8 GD-)

 

(2) Teen Titles: 1963 Millie the Model #113 (3.0 GD-VG); 1966 Sweethearts #90 GCG graded (7.5 FN-VF+)

 

(8) War Titles: 1965 Air War Stories # 4 (4.0 VG); 1964 Attack #3 (4.0 VG); 1955 Captain Gallant #1 Heinz Premium (8.0 VF); 1962 Combat #5 (2.5 GD+); 1964 Fightin’ Army #60 (3.5 GD-VG+); 1967 Sgt. Fury and His Howling commandos #48 (2.5 GD+); 1964 U.S. Fighting Men #16 (4.0 VG); 1960 War at Sea #34 (5.0 VG-FN)

 

(2) Western Titles: 1966 Gunmaster and Bullet Boy #88 (3.0 GD-VG); 1970 The Outlaw Kid #1 inaugural issue (3.5 GD-VG+)



 
 
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