Lot Of 12: Savage Tales #1-11 + 1st Annual (published 1971-75)
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Lot Of 12: Savage Tales #1-11 + 1st Annual (published 1971-75):
Lot of 12: SAVAGE TALES #1-11 + 1st Annual (1971-75)
Perfect for the collector who doesn’t want to pay dealer prices. I checked carefully for markings and clippings. Some have slight browning due to age and all have some bending due to shifting in the storage box.
Individual Descriptions (If no italicized description, then I was unable to find any noticeable wear)
#1: Featuring Conan the Barbarian, Man Thing, Black Brother, KaZar and Furty of the Femizons. My uncle stamped his name and address on the first page twice. There is a fold along the spine. There is creasing, crinkling and rubbing of the upper right front cover cover.
#2: Featuring Conan the Barbarian. Rubbing of the back cover and along the top edge of the front cover.
#3: Featuring Conan the Barbarian. Rubbing of the back cover and along the top edge of the front cover. Small crease of lower front cover corner and crinkling along front cover top edge.
#4: Featuring Conan the Barbarian.
#5: Featuring Conan the Barbarian and Ka-Zar.
#6: Featuring Ka-Zar. There is blue pen underling of text on pages 24, 25, 26, 28.
#7: Featuring Ka-Zar.
#8: Featuring Ka-Zar.
#9: Featuring Ka-Zar.
#10: Featuring Ka-Zar.
#11: Featuring Ka-Zar.
#1 Super Annual Issue: Featuring
Ka-Zar. This one is marked as Vol 1 No 12 on the inside, but #1 on the front
The comics belonged to my uncle, who stored them in plastic sleeves (without backing). Most were read once, others weren’t read at all, and a few got manhandled. The comics have been in storage during the ensuing decades and none have been restored. My uncle was more of a hoarder than an actual collector and he purchased 99% of them first-hand. The second-hand ones usually have grease pencil price markings on the covers.
I am not a dealer, nor am I a collector. I’ve described the condition of the comics to the best of my non-expert ability. The photos seen on are the actual comics that will be sent to the buyer.
If the comics are not as described, I will make a FULL refund via Paypal once ALL the comics have been returned. If you are returning the comics, please let me know within 48 hours after you receive them. I must receive them or they must be in transit back within two weeks after delivery confirmation.
Please, please, honest buyers only. If your intention is to return lesser quality substitutions- it has already been tried. Also, please note that you are offerding on a group of comics. This does not imply that you can return what you don’t want or claim restoration status for a partial refund. I reiterate for the slow brainers: If you are unhappy with the comics for ANY reason, just return them ALL for a FULL refund. Actually, it’s quite simple: 1) If you want- offer. 2) If you win- Pay. 3) If you like- Keep. 4) Rinse and repeat until all the comics are gone.
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Because I sell in volume, I usually cannot combine shipments. I try to combine smaller runs when possible; however, larger runs in custom boxes may not accommodate additional comics.
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QUESTIONS ALREADY ANSWERED:
I have thousands of comics to sell. All pre-1981.
I cannot look for a specific issue. I just don’t have the time and the collection has not been inventoried. In fact, most of it is still in boxes.
I won’t sell them individually because I want to move them out.
I will not end an sale for a specified amount of money. It is disrespectful to the people who have already placed offers. Even if the sale ends at a lower price, I’m okay with it.
I will not make transactions outside or Paypal. I no longer respond to emails asking for an exception.
The sales happen when they happen. I do this in my spare time so it’s hard to say exactly.
I am not accepting offers to buy the collection because I don’t know the fair market value. I sell them as I unpack them.