The Amazing Spider-Man

Feb 12, 2005 | Collectibles, Comic Books | 0 comments

From a recent Auction:

“Heritage’s Signature Auction 815 had a very successful first day February 9, with mostly comics on tap for the auction block.

The Amazing Spider-Man #1 (Marvel, 1963) CGC NM 9.4 Off-white pages.
Spider-Man is not only Marvel’s most famous and enduring character, he’s the star of two smash hit movies, with more to come. And Amazing Spider-Man is currently the most collected series in comics, making demand for this debut issue extremely high. It was only the character’s second appearance overall after Amazing Fantasy #15. Overstreet 2004 NM- 9.2 value = $32,000. CGC census 12/04: 5 in 9.4, 4 higher. From the Northern Lights Collection. Realized: $55,200.

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