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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarcastro View Post
    What would you take for a Captain American #1, CGC graded 6? This is Golden Age Captain America, btw.

    What would you take for a prestine non CGC graded Wolverine #1, 1st edition, white pages? Same for an Ultimate Spider-man #1?
    I have a couple of Wolverine # 1's and they aren't worth more than $75.00 even in NM..CGC'd or not.
    Ultimate Spider Man # 1 is of no interest to me.
    I hate to break it to you, but there is no such thing as a Golden Age Captain America #1.
    The Golden age appearances of Captain America were in All Winners Comics (published from 1941-1947) and All Select Comics (published from 1943-1946).
    These early appearances are worth thousands of dollars and are among the rarest of comics.
    But I'm sure you have one..right Sarcastro?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by OZZ View Post
    I hate to break it to you, but there is no such thing as a Golden Age Captain America #1.
    The Golden age appearances of Captain America were in All Winners Comics (published from 1941-1947) and All Select Comics (published from 1943-1946).
    Not true, friendo! Captain America made his first published appearance in Captain America Comics #1, which was released in December 1940 (although dated March 1941).



    He also appeared in the other titles you mentioned, as well as Marvel Mystery Comics, USA Comics, and others.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kid Miracleman View Post
    Not true, friendo! Captain America made his first published appearance in Captain America Comics #1, which was released in December 1940 (although dated March 1941).



    He also appeared in the other titles you mentioned, as well as Marvel Mystery Comics, USA Comics, and others.
    I was gonna post that.

    But yes, I have one. It's in horrible condition. But still valuable.
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    What about a Fantastic Four #48 in near mint?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kid Miracleman View Post
    Not true, friendo! Captain America made his first published appearance in Captain America Comics #1, which was released in December 1940 (although dated March 1941).



    He also appeared in the other titles you mentioned, as well as Marvel Mystery Comics, USA Comics, and others.
    I was looking for that one, because the cover is so well known, but its not listed in the Overstreet for some reason..check the annual guide, maybe you can find it but I can't.
    Sarcastro, I'm sorry, but I don't believe that you own a copy of this book and won't believe it unless you scan it and include yourself holding it in the picture. This comic is too rare...
    If you can prove me wrong, I'll apologize.

    I have an FF# 48 ( 1st Silver Surfer) but its only in GD+.
    In NM it guides at around $1000.00 - good book to have.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OZZ View Post
    I was looking for that one, because the cover is so well known, but its not listed in the Overstreet for some reason..check the annual guide, maybe you can find it but I can't.
    Sarcastro, I'm sorry, but I don't believe that you own a copy of this book and won't believe it unless you scan it and include yourself holding it in the picture. This comic is too rare...
    If you can prove me wrong, I'll apologize.

    I have an FF# 48 ( 1st Silver Surfer) but its only in GD+.
    In NM it guides at around $1000.00 - good book to have.
    1. It currently resides in my bank in a security deposit box that's got insurance on it along with any of my books that are worth $1000+. I'm not taking it out for a photograph, sorry. I'm just testing the waters here. I know it seems kind of out there, but You have to understand my collection is worth something like $75,000. Not full grade price, but what I assume I could get at an auction for it. If it were the full graded price on the penny, it'd be closer to $300kish. I wouldn't sell it to you anyway, it'll be buried with me. I was just wondering what you'd pay for it.

    2. My FF#48 is in NM condition, sitting in the same bank vault. I've been throwing the idea of selling it back and forth because I don't really like the FF, and it's not that big of a deal for me to have. All but 5 or 6 of my books are NM. Some of them are still in the same bags that they were put in in the 60's.
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    I have a TON of Deadpool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kid Miracleman View Post
    Not true, friendo! Captain America made his first published appearance in Captain America Comics #1, which was released in December 1940 (although dated March 1941).



    He also appeared in the other titles you mentioned, as well as Marvel Mystery Comics, USA Comics, and others.
    Isn't that a Timely comic?

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