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Marvel Comics LOT 1.00 OPEN TO OFFERS

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suspended6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months agoFeedback:211 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
The Avengers No 87 May 17th 1975
The Avengers No 88 May 24th 1975
The Avengers No 103 Sept 6th 1975

The Super-Heroes No 11 May 17th 1975
The Super-Heroes No 17 June 28th 1975
The Super-Heroes No 18 July 5th 1975
The Super-Heroes No 20 July 19th 1975
The Super-Heroes No 21 July 26th 1975
The Super-Heroes No 22 Aug 2nd 1975


All £1 each + p&p

All in good condition a few little scuffs to spines but they are 25 years old

Sorry should say 35 yrs not 25 yrs
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not allowed to sell for more than rrp
#2
generaloneill
not allowed to sell for more than rrp


Do you know what the RRP is? Also have you taken into account inflation?
#3
Uncle Monkey
Do you know what the RRP is? Also have you taken into account inflation?


If you could direct me to that clause in the rules........
#4
Is this serious, comics can only be sold at RRP?
1 Like #5
generaloneill
If you could direct me to that clause in the rules........

Clearly this is a matter outside of the original thinking behind the rules, and therefore needs a moderator's call on it. Personally I'd say that one pound plus postage for comics that are 35 years old and long out of print is reasonable whether or not it's technically over RRP or not. Besides, the RRP rule was not implemented to stop threads like this. But I've reported the thread for clarification.

On a side note, mini modding is really not endearing in the slightest, especially when people jump on threads like this without giving it a second of thought first.
banned#6
They are likely deemed to be collectables and as such are outwith the normal rrp rules.

We aim to ensure no profiteering takes place. At the price the OP has listed, we don't feel the rule is being exploited. The listing can remain.
suspended#7
aScottishBloke
They are likely deemed to be collectables and as such are outwith the normal rrp rules.

We aim to ensure no profiteering takes place. At the price the OP has listed, we don't feel the rule is being exploited. The listing can remain.


thanx for clearing this up ASB, I saw the first note but didnt want to get in an argument as it would of seemed as bumping the thread.

http://img256.imageshack.us/img256/2574/20032010537.jpg

http://img20.imageshack.us/img20/6751/20032010538.jpg
suspended#8
1st bump
#9
Crazy Jamie
Clearly this is a matter outside of the original thinking behind the rules, and therefore needs a moderator's call on it. Personally I'd say that one pound plus postage for comics that are 35 years old and long out of print is reasonable whether or not it's technically over RRP or not. Besides, the RRP rule was not implemented to stop threads like this. But I've reported the thread for clarification.

On a side note, mini modding is really not endearing in the slightest, especially when people jump on threads like this without giving it a second of thought first.


A big + 1 here.
suspended#10
2nd bump
#11
You dont have nay spiderman ones do you?
suspended#12
ZebbyBear
You dont have nay spiderman ones do you?


sorry no its just these and the hulk ones ive listed
suspended#13
Final bump,

will combine with others listed aswell

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