January 09, 2020 - Antiques, Art and Collectibles
We’re not saying you’re going to get anywhere near that.
But, if you’re looking for somewhere to sell your comic book quickly, you don’t get much faster than pawn shops eager to buy.
If you’re willing to give up one of your most prized comic books, here’s how to pawn comic books. Let’s go!
You need to consider a number of things to determine the value of your comic book.
First of all, the age of the comic book matters a lot. The older the better. If you want a decent payout you’re looking out comic books from the 1970s and earlier.
Secondly, the issue number can influence how much your comic book could be worth. You want a comic book with a low issue number. You can’t really beat number ones.
Lastly, it’s the grade. This is basically the condition of the comic book. If a comic book is ripped in places, it’s going to affect the price.
This is issued by the Comic Book Certification Service which judges the condition of a particular comic book.
Other things that influence the worth of a comic book is the kinds of characters which are featured and the significance of the comic book. For example, “first appearances” are especially popular among collectors.
Have you ever wondered how pawn shops operate?
They buy all kinds of stuff.
Pawn shops will be able to offer you money for your comic books immediately. Keep in mind though that pawn shops are resellers, so they will offer less than the face value of your comics.
You don’t have to sell your comic book to the first pawn shop that comes along. You may find that one buyer is willing to pay significantly more than another.
Make sure you promote the comic book to the pawn shop. Emphasize the value of your item.
Try posting online. You can use PawnGuru to get offers on your comics today!
January 9, 2019, 4:13 PM
I really appreciate your tip on how small tears can still impact the price of your comic book. My wife and I have been thinking of getting a new house, and we want to sell some of the stuff that we found in the basement that we don’t want to take to our new house. I will be sure to tell my wife that we should try and sell our comic books that don’t have any tears!