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Iron Man #200 Value?

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Iron Man #200 Value?

Iron Man #200 Value?

Iron Man #200 Value?
Iron Man #200 Value?

Iron Man #200 Value?


it is in near mint condition bit of ink fading on the cover.

Editor's reply: Thanks for writing. Any landmark issue (#50, #100, #200 etc.) is usually of interest, not only historically but also to collectors.

The reason, which may sound surprising but makes a lot of sense, is that a new collector needs a starting point.

Most average collectors can't afford to begin with issue #1 of a series, even though that is the most sensible from an investment point of view. So they pick a landmark issue and work forwards and backwards from there.

I'm building up the excitement for this comic book without any real payoff, I'm afraid. Iron Man #200 (click for values) is fairly typical of the later Iron Man comics. Unless absolutely mint and graded 9.8 by CGC, you will get a few Dollars for it on eBay.

CGC 9.8s sell for $150. So it's not like you just missed out on a goldmine. Yours may be 9.6 or 9.4 depending on the day at CGC, but it's definitely NOT worth having this graded. The dropoff in values is very steep.

A CGC 9.6 will only sell for about $50, most of which represents the grading fee (never mind postage!). A 9.4 would sell for LESS than the grading fee!

So it's a nice book to have, but not worth very much on its own. Thanks for taking the time to send in your photos.

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