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OLD WALT DISNEY COMICS

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I HAVE SOME OLD WALT DISNEY COMICS FROM 1972 TO 1977 WHERE WOULD BE A GOOD PLACE TO GET THE APPRAISED FOUND THEM IN MY GRANDPARENTS ATTIC IN MINT CONDITION

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In the upper left hand corner of the screen is a button that says "PRICE GUIDE". If you click on the link, it will take you to a page where you can look up the "values" of comics. (Because it's a "guide" to "prices.")

When you get to the pages for Walt Disney Comics And Stories from the 1970s, use the column of RAW "values" ... not the GRADED one. And looking at the listings for 7.5 condition or 8.0 will probably be more realistic than looking at the values for "MINT" books. (Non-hobbyists almost always think their books are in better condition than they really are.)

If they're not Walt Disney Comics And Stories, look at the publisher's info at the bottom of the first page to make sure of the title that you need to look up.

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Yeah, use the Price Guide. That's what it's there for...Unfortunately most 70's (bronze age) Disney comics don't go for more than a couple of dollars even in high grade. I would sell them as a lot and at a bargain price...There are collectors out there wanting this stuff.

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dlaird07 (4/18/2012)
I HAVE SOME OLD WALT DISNEY COMICS FROM 1972 TO 1977 WHERE WOULD BE A GOOD PLACE TO GET THE APPRAISED FOUND THEM IN MY GRANDPARENTS ATTIC IN MINT CONDITION


here is a very expensive alternative http://www.cgccomics.com/ . I do not recommend getting these graded and paying CGC to do it, but hey you never know ;0)



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