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Hi All,

I was recently lucky enough to win the first 290 issues of Victor in a "bricks and mortar" auction. (£130.00 bargain?)

I seem to have got the makings of a very nice collection, i already have some 400 or so issues from the late 1960s/early 1970s.

What's the best method for storage? Does anyone sell "victor" sized bags and boards? The first 3 issues have been in the wars a little - no pun intended, and I would like to ensure they get no worse.

Twas a good auction because I also picked up the entire 89 issue run of Fantastic comic in very nice order for just £45.00. :)

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Pete


28 Oct 2012, 15:16
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Collectorline products are the main ones for bags, boxes and boards (lots of US & UK sizes). Paul Eke of Amazing Fantasy thecomicbookshop.co.uk is a good guy, so I'd recommend buying off him
http://amazing-fantasy-comics.com/shop/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=57

I'd say the first 290, with issues 1-3 would be an awesome deal!

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28 Oct 2012, 16:45
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bubbadog wrote:
Hi All,

I was recently lucky enough to win the first 290 issues of Victor in a "bricks and mortar" auction. (£130.00 bargain?)

I seem to have got the makings of a very nice collection, i already have some 400 or so issues from the late 1960s/early 1970s.

What's the best method for storage? Does anyone sell "victor" sized bags and boards? The first 3 issues have been in the wars a little - no pun intended, and I would like to ensure they get no worse.

Twas a good auction because I also picked up the entire 89 issue run of Fantastic comic in very nice order for just £45.00. :)

Cheers

Pete
Pete, no, it's not a bargain. It's an absolute steal! I got a very tatty Victor No 1 and it cost me over a tenner. So I'll let you figure the bargain value yourself....Grr :D

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