Any chance of selling Star Wars run of comics

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  1. Coinhound

    Coinhound Well-Known Member

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    at Botcon? Just wondering

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    What kind of run? How full?
     
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    Coinhound Well-Known Member

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    The following books are in this lot:

    Issues 1-107 if issues 1-6 are reprints a price adjustment will apply.
    Annuals 1-3
    ROTJ Mini 1-4
    Dark Empire vols.1 and 2 for 12 issues which are all 1st prints.

    Any serious offers considered.

    I will also entertain trades of G1 sealed for the run especially cassettes.
     
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    Honestly, you probably won't get much, especially not a trade for sealed G1 stuff. Not because it's not worth a lot but because there isn't a high demand for them. I'd try to go on eBay and get an estimate of how much what you have is going for and see if you can get rid of them there.
     
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    After looking at values of just the marvel run of there series its worth around 800.00 but seeing how pretty much bronze age comics are in the garbage for the most part Ill probably just hold onto them and the Walt Simonson run after the 50th issue there really good reads with some phenominal art by Walt.
     
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    There is always a chance, but Ebay probably would be the better option
     

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