I’m writing this short article just to give you an idea of how to start and possibly find the current going price of your comics. Many of you may have just come across a collection of comics and don’t know the value of your comics.
Below you will find some suggestions that may or may not help you when it comes to finding the exact value of your comics, but they will at least give you some ideas of where to start looking.
The market value of your comic books is determined by a number of factors. The condition, the rarity, the popularity, and the age of your comic books are all important.
There are many ways to find out the value of your comic books. You can use eBay, Poshmark, Instagram, Twitter, or some of the other marketplaces listed below to research prices for similar comics to what you have in your collection. You can also use a price guide like Comic Book Price Guide to find out how much your comics are worth.
Go to a place like Hipcomic and search for similar comics like yours to see what they’re selling for. Another option is to use the ComicPriceGuide online and search for the value of your comics there. There are other publications like Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide.
The condition of the comic book is one of the most important factors in determining its value. A comic book that has been well taken care of will be worth more than a comic book that has been handled roughly or stored improperly. A comic book in excellent condition will be worth more than a comic book in poor condition.
If you have a rare comic book that has never been reprinted or reproduced, it will be worth more than a common one that has been reprinted many times.
Demand also affects how much your comics are worth. If there is high demand for a certain issue or series of issues, then they will be worth more than if there was low demand for them.
Rarity: Rarity also plays a role in determining how much your comics are worth. The rarity of a comic book also affects its value. A rarer issue will be worth more than a common issue.
Demand: The demand for a particular issue also affects its value. If an issue is hard to find, it will be worth more than an easy-to-find issue.
Make sure and store any loose comics that might have some value in an acid-free bag and board, in order to protect them from the elements and help them retain their value. Here it’s a link to a great deal on bags and boards.
I hope this helps you get started in learning the value of your comics. With a little research and perseverance, you will become an expert in no time.
If you’re interested in some great deals on comics, make sure and look at one of our eBay listings at Havasu Surplus on eBay. I will be listing some more comic deals there. These comics were acquired from a storage lien sale and we’re making them available to you now. Follow me on Twitter for updates on our new listings.