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The TinderBox by Hans Christian Andersen

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    Posted 11 years ago

    cynth54
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    Just a question: Are fairytales from the Silver Age collectible? I have No.540 the winter issue of the above title comic book published in 1969. Just wondering if it's worth saving further. I have had it for years sealed up in plastic, put away. It's really in pretty great shape. Thanks.

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    1. Frosty21 Frosty21, 11 years ago
      Well,Hello silver age comic Classics .Well this comic book are great readers.Shape is everything.Like 2.0-2.5 read it enjoy it. 3.0-5.0 read it enjoy it.6.0-7.o read it enjoy it.7.0-9.0 keep it in a cover with taped closed. 9.5-10. Sell Sell Sell.This is a common comic .Love it. Keep read'm and collect'm there fun.Frosty21
    2. cynth54 cynth54, 11 years ago
      Thank you, Frosty! Much obliged. I remember reading this as a child, the story in a hardcover book of Hans Christian Andersen. Thanks for your input!

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