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Author Topic: VALUATION: Huge collection of 2000AD's, Megazines, Extreme editions and specials  (Read 2180 times)

Dodsy

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Item: Huge collection of 2000AD's, Megazines, Extreme editions and specials

Well, it’s come to the time that every Squaxx dek Thargo dreads... As I’ll soon be moving house it’s time to sell on the massive collection of 2000AD, Judge Dredd Megazine, Extreme Editions and more.
Trying to get some help with what would be a reasonable price. Maybe putting out some feelers to see if anyone is interested,  etc.
The collection includes:

Progs
661 - 687, 689 - 697, 699 - 711, 733 - 735, 900, 901, 954
1000 - 1012, 1014 - 1015, 1017 - 1020, 1025 - 1028, 1030 - 1034,
1036 - 1049, 1051 - 1066, 1068 - 1072, 1074 - 1790, 1792 - 1923
(Some of the gaps in the 1000 - 1072 are included just missing covers and some listed within that range definitely fit the “reading copy”description)

End of year Progs
2000 - 2015

Progs 1771, 1781 and 2015 are signed by John Wagner Progs 1296, 1610, 1632 and 1634 and signed by Al Ewing

Megazines
1
34, 64, 66, 67
200 - 275
3.02 - 3.07, 3.52 - 3.63, 3.69, 3.71 - 3.79
4.07 - 4.08
313 - 324, 329 - 363
(Includes 3.72 misprint issue)

Extreme editions
1 - 7, 9, 11 - 18, 20, 23, 24

Classic 2000AD #15

Classic Judge Dredd #16 - 18

As you can probably imagine the collection is a hell of a size so collection would be preferred but a local meet-up could be arranged, I’m at TS17.
Any help with figuring out a price would be greatly appreciated.
Any questions feel free to comment below or PM me.
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Good luck!

I've gone the piecemeal route with my older progs on ebay. The results vary dramatically.

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Thanks Bolt. Hoping to avoid that route but will see what happens I guess
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Hi Dodsy

As a valuation I'm afraid 1208 is worth £20-£25 in good condition and all the others I would say 50p each or 3 for a £1. Certainly in London town Orbital sells progs for 99p with backing board and bag.

Getting £26 for a 52 prog year run is optimal if you can find a buyer and you can put together whole runs

I've bought a couple of 700+ prog collections for £30-£60 to build up a whole collection. They are very plentiful out there for the space reasons you identify

I broadly agree with Wake's sticky valuation https://forums.2000ad.com/index.php?topic=27071.0
except that it needs bringing up to date only in terms of issue numbers, the £s hold up

Sorry if its not the valuation you were after.

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Thanks matty.

It's about what I was expecting. I was mainly putting out some feelers to see if anyone was interested in the full collection.
If I don't get any interest I'll start selling them off in bundles.
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There are too many gaps for anyone to be interested in buying the lot. You'll do better selling them individually or in batches of consecutive issues.