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    All-Negro Comics #1 "D" Copy pedigree (All-Negro Comics, 1947) VF- 7.5 Off-white pages. The epitome of esotericity, this one-shot's back cover promised features on Ace Harlem, Sugarfoot (no, not Will Hutchins), and Snakeoil in the following issue, which, alas, never was published. Not many of this 15-cent oddity were published, and Gerber gives the book an almost unheard of rating of "very rare," signifying that only 6 to 10 copies are estimated to still be in existence. To further enhance the allure, Overstreet advises the book is "seldom found in fine or mint condition; many copies have brown pages." So this pedigree jewel transcends expectations on just about any level you can imagine, and might be the finest copy in existence. Overstreet 2002 VF 8.0 value = $3,438.

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    Auction Dates
    December, 2002
    6th-7th Friday-Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 22
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