Robert Beerbohm Comic Art Presents Catalog V35#3 - June 2002
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Robert Beerbohm Comic Art Presents Catalog V35#3 - June 2002:
40 pages. Stickered. Small piece out of spine center from mailing.
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Everlovin's Grading Guide for comic books and most magazines:
NEAR MINT - Almost Perfect. Upon close examination, one or two very minor imperfections MAY be found.
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT (VF/NM) - An excellent condition copy which may have a very minor imperfection such as tiny stress lines on the spine or a minor printing/binding defect.
VERY FINE (VF) - Exellent copy with slight wear beginning to show. Still sharp, glossy and clean.
FINE/VERY FINE (F/VF) - A glossy clean copy with a number of small imperfections, or slight wear such as stress lines, slightly rounded corners.
FINE (F) - An above-average copy that shows less than average wear. Typical defects could include a small cover cresae, finger indentations, or some loss of cover gloss.
VERY GOOD/FINE (VGF) - A slightly better than average copy with multiple imperfections that keep it from getting a higher grade. Obviously handled but fairly well cared for. Still an exellent copy of a book that has been read and carefully enjoyed. Could have printer/distributor marks.
VERY GOOD (VG) - A copy that has been read and enjoyed. You typical average comic book. Wear but not soiled or damaged. Still more than enough eye-appeal to be collectible. Could have solid creasing, spine stress, edgewear. Might have distribution or printer marks.
GOOD/VERY GOOD (GVG) - A well read copy with significant defects such as a tear, long creases, or perhaps several solid and minor noticable defects. Might have loose staples, but cover intact and solid.
GOOD (G) - A worn copy with an accumulation of defects such as tears, creases, writing, maybe a piece-out-of-cover or damage to pages that doesn't affect the art or content. Cover could be attached by just one staple, but still attached. Could have minor staining or water damage. Very minor tape in the right places.
FAIR/POOR - Would have major defects. Loose cover, tape, major water damage, pieces missing, stains. However even if a comic is graded POOR, it will be complete, meaning the story is all there. Unless otherwise specified.