Item FC 3216 S2 - Extra comics

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Extra comics

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FC 3216 S2

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v. : col. ill. ; 26 cm.

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New York: Magazine Enterprises, [1948]-

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  • English

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All researchers (including students, faculty, visiting scholars, and members of the general public) must submit a Retrieval Request Form at least 24 hours before their visit to Bruce Peel Special Collections in order to be sure that library materials have been retrieved from storage and are available for their use.

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Holdings: no. 1 ([1948])

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Issue no. 1 reprints a "The Red Fox of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police" story - "The voice of the Petrel" - from vol. 1, no. 5 (February 1948) of Manhunt. In "The voice of the Petrel," the Red Fox pursues a ventriloquist who has used his talent to exploit the local Inuit by convincing them that he is a god.

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Extra comics, no. 1 appears to be a very scare item. Documentation accompanying the Lund Comics Collection's copy indicates a value of $250.00 and online searches reveal estimates, presumably for mint copies, of $750.00 and $1,000.00. (Information taken from Alex Malloy and Stuart W. Wells III, Standard guide to golden age comics, Iola, Wis.: Krause Publications, c2006 and the Comic book realm Web site, available online at [accessed 12 January 2017]).

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The copy held in the Lund Comics Collection has been professionally appraised and has a C.G.C. Universal Grade of 4.0.

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