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It's a little annoying when the people who write these articles get information horribly wrong. The problem is now the public thinks one thing, but is misinformed.
The Action Comic #1 that sold in 2010 was not close to Near Mint, which is a CGC designation of 9.4. The copy that sold in 2010 was a grade of Very Fine + or a CGC grade of 8.5 and it didn't sell for a million like the article states. It sold for 1.5 million.
Near Mint 9.4
Near Mint- 9.2
Very Fine /Near Mint 9.0
Had the copy in 2010 actually been Near Mint or 9.4, it would have sold for a hell of a lot more than 1.5 million dollars!!! Moreover, a copy of detective comics #27 in Near Mint condition doesn't even publicly exist. The highest graded CGC copy is Very Fine or 8.0. So if the 2.2 million dollar amount is just a valuation than I guarantee that's also waayyyy off, because the VF 8.0 copy sold for over a million dollars already in 2010 at auction. So a copy CGC NM 9.4 would easily outsell the Action Comics #1 that just sold for 3.2.
All I'm saying is, I'm a comic book nerd and CNBC needs to do some research before writing false things such as this.
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