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    DC Silver Age Group (DC, 1950s-60s) Condition: Average GD/VG. The average grade of this group is GD/VG, unless noted. Includes All American Men of War #59 (GD-); The Atom #3; The New Adventures of Charlie Chan #2; Our Fighting Forces #49 and 50; Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen #48, 52, and 53; Star Spangled War Stories #85 (GD-); Tomahawk #23, 33 (FR/GD), and 64; Wonder Woman #63 (FR); 99, 107 (first "Adventures of Wonder Girl," tells how Wonder Woman won her costume), and 117; and World's Finest Comics #86, 94 (origin of Superman/Batman team retold - FR), 111, 118, and 120. Artists include Curt Swan, Dick Sprang, and Gil Kane. Approximate Overstreet value for group = $525.

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    July, 2012
    8th Sunday
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