Sets a new industry grading standard by replacing the eight traditional grading terms--from poor to mint--with a more accurate one hundred-point numerical system and includes a ten-point whiteness level system, a glossary, and illustrative grading examples. Original.
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Robert M. Overstreet lives with his wife, Carol, outside of Baltimore, Maryland.Review:
The first edition of this comic book guide provides a new 100-point grading system for grading comics: something useful not only for existing dealers but for comic book owners and fans who would gain an idea of their collection's worth. Overstreet's comic book price guides are already famous for their accuracy and reliability: use this grading guide to fine-tune skills. -- Midwest Book Review
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