Lot of 4 Moon Knight #1 #4 #6 & #35 some high grades 1980-1984 Marvel 1st series

Lot of 4 Moon Knight #1 #4 #6 & #35 some high grades 1980-1984 Marvel 1st series

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Lot of 4 Moon Knight #1 #4 #6 & #35 some high grades 1980-1984 Marvel 1st series



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    Lot of 4 Moon Knight comic books between #1 and #35 (Marvel)(1980-1984).  Individual issues with grades are listed down below.  The condition ranges from mid grade copies to high grade copies.  All are complete copies with no missing pages and nothing clipped out.  No restorations.  First printings.  Never pressed.  The pages are lightly-tanned (Owl 7), cream-colored (Owl 8) or white (Owl 10) and in nice condition.  The stickers on the top right corners are on the plastic bags that the comic books are in and not on the comic books themselves.  See large scans or photos for visual descriptions.  Images are of the actual comics that you will receive.  I’ve included a high resolution scan of the front and back covers of issue #1.  
    First self-titled ongoing Moon Knight series.  Lots of fantastic Bill Sienkiewicz artwork.  
    These comic books come in a bags and boards.
Moon Knight (Marvel)  1st series
#1 (1980) in very good 4.0 condition.  Newsstand edition.  Bill Sienkiewicz artwork.  
#4 (1981) in very fine 8.0 condition.  1st appearance of White Angels.  Newsstand edition.  Bill Sienkiewicz artwork.  
#6 (1981) in fine 6.0 condition.  Newsstand edition.  Bill Sienkiewicz artwork.  
#35 (1984) in very fine to near mint 9.0 condition.  There was a dull blade used in the printing process that resulted in small tears in the mid top edge of the front cover.  If not for those, this copy would grade as near mint 9.4 condition.  X-Men and Fantastic Four cameos.  Mike Ploog back cover art.  Giant-sized.  
    I want to save you money by reducing the shipping amount when you buy more than one comic book from me.  Do not make payment until you’ve requested and received an invoice from me.  You won’t receive a shipping discount after payment has been made.  
    To have your purchases combined, add the comic books that you want to your “cart”.  When you’ve selected all that you’d like to buy from me, click on the “cart” icon at the top right of the screen.  Then click on “request total”.  “Request total” is in small blue print near the upper left of the item information.    
    When I receive your request I’ll create and send you an invoice with your reduced shipping total.  I’ll do that as soon as I see your request but depending on when you make the request, that could be a few hours.  
    Combined shipping won’t work when using the eBay “app”.  You will need to log into the eBay “website” ebay.com   
    You can still make purchases without having me create an invoice for you but you won’t save money on shipping cost.  Your shipping cost will be the amount that you see when you make your payment at check out.  
    I only sell within United States, Territories and APO.  No international orders.  
    Pay 8.99 for up to 10 regular sized comics securely packed between thick/stiff cardboard in a “legal-sized” (15″ long) priority mail envelope.  That allows the corners of the comics to be kept more than an inch away from the corners of the package. 
    Pay 14.99 for up to 20 regular sized comics secured in the “center” (kept away from the corners) of a 2.5″ x 11″ x 13″ priority mail box.
    Pay 15.99 for up to 40 or 50 regular sized comics secured in the “center” (kept away from the corners) of a flat-rate priority mail box.
    I offer a 30-day unconditional money back guarantee.  I also guarantee that your comics “can’t” be damaged in the mail.  The comics will be kept a safe distance from the corners of the package and will not be able to move or shift inside of the package.
    As a comic book retailer since 1979, I have 40 years of professional grading experience.  I grade strictly to CGC standards and your complete satisfaction is guaranteed.  What I call “fine”, many other sellers call “very fine”.  An “accurately graded” comic in “fine” condition should be a fairly nice copy.  An “accurately graded” comic in “near mint” condition should be virtually flawless.  



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