Tomb Of Dracula #13: Oct 1973: Origin Of Blade: Fn:
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Tomb Of Dracula #13: Oct 1973: Origin Of Blade: Fn::
IMPORTANT: PLEASE READ! Sales typically run Saturday to Saturday. sales that have no offers by THURSDAY EVENING are normally pulled before the closing date. If there are offers the item will remain on and sell. It may or may not be listed again. This lot is also listed locally and I do have regular buyers outside so, if someone makes a deal and there are no offers on , I will pull the ad and sell them.DESCRIPTION FOR THIS sale
Nice upper mid-grade Bronze-Age Age copy of Tomb of Dracula #13 published by Marvel Comics in October, 1973. Story titled, "Death of a Vampire". Features the origin story of Blade and a bunch of character first appearances. Flat and square with good color and gloss and supple off-white to white pages and covers. Only issue is minor to moderate general wear. Your basic, well-read but still nice, comic. Should grade somewhere right around FN 6.0 but you can look over the high resolution scans and make your own call on that. Bagged and boarded.
Be sure and check my other sales. I will be listing tons of Silver and Bronze Age comics - most in attractive lots.SHIPPING
[IMPORTANT] - I will combine shipping for multiple purchases. If you do win more than one sale, please wait for an invoice so I can combine the shipments. If you select more than one comic with "Buy it Now" use the cart link to request a total before you pay and I will send a combined invoice. will not allow combined shipping once payment has been made. (I will even wait a week or so to combine sales if you plan on offerding on something in the current week - just let me know.)
INTERNATIONAL buyers! has made it so difficult to ship internationally that I have decided to exclude all non-USA sales. I tried 's "Global Shipping Program" but ran into a major issue with combined shipping so I have opted out of it. Sorry folks!ABOUT GRADING
Insofar as grading is concerned, just check my response profile: 3000+ with 100% positive over more than 15 years on - most of which involved sales of comics. If I screw something up I make it right. However, I do not guarantee individual grades on large lots. Like any other skilled grader, I will not be 100% on the mark all the time so I do not want to get into debates about one or two comics out of a hundred being off by a grade. Large lots typically sell for bargain prices so no nitpicking allowed. CGC, on the other hand, is on them. I do not back CGC grading. That is their job. I do adhere to current Overstreet grading standards. (Available at multiple places on the 'net.) You can get a quick general overview here: "Dan's Quick and Dirty Comic Book Grading Guide"