YEAR 1966 COMPLETE – all 53 comic books!
Overall condition: 1 (very good)
Y = present, N = not present
Comic book number; grading; collection stamp; football picture card
The comic books are odourless and free of mould.
We only attribute the “whole” condition grades, the intermediate grades (0-1, 1-2, etc.) are comprehensively described in the following text, but for reasons of clarity there is no price indication for the respective titles.
If a percentage range from … to … is given after the condition grade, that means that the prices may vary here and may, in some cases, also deviate from the specified range. The collector price specified in the Comic Guide is the average price, meaning that with a range of 145 to 155 % in condition 0, the collector price you will find would be the respective rounded value of about 150 %.
The prices for the intermediate grades are between the two mentioned “whole” condition grades.
Condition 0 (perfect) (approx. 150 % of condition 1)
A comic book in absolutely flawless and pristine condition without even a speckle of dust. Only production-related irregularities, such as minimal binding errors or other minimal printing errors, which are only noticeable at second glace, may be present. The comic book should make the impression that it has never been read.
Condition 0-1 (almost perfect)
A comic book that looks like new and one only notices at second glance that it was leafed through once. In addition to small production-related flaws, minimal storage marks (impression, bumped corner, rounding of a corner edge) may also be present.
Condition 1 (very good) (base price = 100 %)
A comic book that looks like new, is nearly fault-free and may only have the odd tiny flaw (e.g. small tear in the one-millimetre range, crease, tarnished staples). However, these must not be noticeable at first glance and should not disturb the excellent overall impression of the comic book.
Condition 1-2 (almost very good)
A very neat comic book that may have a greater number of tiny flaws than in condition 1. Even a hardly disturbing inscription or stamp, slight water damage or slight soiling (of the back) would be possible. If the comic book is in otherwise very good condition, it may have one single major defect, like a 2-centimetre tear or a small grease stain. Missing collectable stamps always have to be specified.
Condition 2 (good) (approx. 40 % of condition 1)
A neat comic book with an overall impression that can absolutely still be described as “good”. Flaws may only be present in tolerable quantity and intensity. Stamps or inscriptions, solved puzzles, creases, tears or stains. The collectable stamp and the trading card may be missing.
Condition 2-3 (still fairly good)
A comic book preserved in overall completely satisfactory condition, but recognizably “used.” The intensity or quantity of flaws is greater than in condition 2. In addition, the following may be present: a greater water damage, a larger tear (5 cm), more distinct inscriptions as well as mould stains or other stains. This category also includes professionally restored comic books (restorations always have to be specified!) and those in which adhesive tape was used sparingly (1 cm). However, defects are only tolerated to an extent of a few millimetres.
Condition 3 (still collectable) (approx. 20 % of condition 1)
A comic book that is complete, but has been read many times. The following additional flaws may be present: neatly glued parts, smaller defects (without impacting the text), severe damage to the folds. The cover or the centre page may be detached from the staples. Despite the many possible flaws, the comic book is still collectable and not in unsavoury condition. Comic books with punch holes also fall in this category. The punch holes have to be mentioned.
Condition 3-4 (poor)
A heavily used comic book with a very large quantity or intensity of flaws/defects. It may still be worth reading, even if it does not necessarily make a savoury impression. The defects are heavier, but they do not interfere with the continuity of the story. Improperly glued part or other “restorations” with foreign material may also be present. This category also includes comic books with punch holes in average condition as well as cropped issues from collection volumes.
Condition 4 (too good to throw away) (approx. 10 % of condition 1)
In order to fall into this category, the comic book still has to be complete and also has to have its cover pages. However, the editorial pages may be missing. All types of flaws are allowed. Colouring of pictures may also be present.
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