Our first installment of closet comic book gold comes from a very unlikely place, the world of Whitman Disney comic books!
One of the “grails” for Disney and Donald Duck collectors is issue #222. Many of you remember the packs of Whitman comic books found in grocery stores that were abused and overlooked. Now, Donald Duck 222 had risen from the racks to be worth a small fortune. The Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide lists the book for $310 in NM 9.2 condition. The latest results I’ve seen have it selling for about $260-$330 over the last few years.
Take a good look at the cover scan below and keep your eyes out for this hidden treasure!
Happy 4th of July! Today is a great day to trot out some patriotic flag comic book covers.
Do you have comic book gold in your closet?
Most folks know to look for first issues hoping for an uncovered comic book gem that will yield a small fortune. But did you know there are many other lesser known issues, found in many collections, that could bring you a tidy profit?
Whether in your closet, under a bed, in a basement or garage, or in a box at a flea market, this new feature will give you some comics you may overlook but could be worth a pretty penny! These hidden gold comics range from the old to the new, and many of them are found in you average collection.
Keep watching the Closet Gold category for these books, who knows, you may find a small fortune!