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    Zip Comics #33 (MLJ, 1943) CGC GD- 1.8 Cream to off-white pages. A tough book in any grade, we have only ever offered one other copy of this WWII rarity and CGC has only graded one other copy. We named this one of the 10 Rarest MLJs in our recent survey of that publisher. Harry Shorten Japanese War/bondage cover. Coming to the rescue of some Red Cross nurses are Steel Sterling, and the Web, one of the few cover appearances of the latter. CGC notes, "Cover detached. Tape on cover." Overstreet 2014 GD 2.0 value = $81. CGC census 5/15: 1 in 1.8, 1 higher. From the Prospect Mountain Collection.

    View the certification for CGC Certification ID 1290973005 and purchase grader's notes if available.

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