Amazing Spider-man #375 Newsstand Australian Price Variant Cgc Ss 1st She Venom
As of 7/11/2023 the CGC census shows a mere 18 of these variants on record as having passed through their doors to date IN TOTAL, and of those 18 just TWO have ever been signed under Signature Series to date. Senior Overstreet Advisor Jon McClure categorizes these desirable variants under the "Type 1A Price Variant" definition. Type 1A Australian price variants (APVs for short) have been compared to the Type 1 Price Variants that McClure made famous such as the 35 cent variants e. See Star Wars #1 from 1977 because just like those past price variant examples the indicia and interior contents of APVs are 100% identical to regular copies, and the publisher gave the small batch of copies a higher cover price. In both cases, the cover price variants were published. By THE ORIGINAL PUBLISHER -- MARVEL. At the same time as the regular copies (as first print originals), on the same manufacturing equipment, same paper, same ink, same indicia, same interior contents. In the case of Star Wars the.
Of the higher cover price variant was to test-market a price increase, whereas in the case of APVs the. Of the higher cover price variant was to sell into the Australian newsstand market. With that market so tiny, the variants in turn are extremely hard to find compared to the regular newsstand type and the well-preserved direct edition type!
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