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GOLF Magazines

BACKSPIN (Canaian Pub.); - 1995 (June; Jo-Ann Lindsay);

BEN HOGAN GATEWAY OPEN (Ben Hogan Co. Pub.) - 1990 Souvenir Program (Fort Worth Texas);

CANADIAN GOLF REVIEW (Royal Canadian Golf Association); - 1964 (Spring; Bruce Forbes/ Doug Silverberg/ Nick Weslock/ Keith Alexander/ Bert Ticehurst/ Gary Cowan);

CANADIAN OPEN 1987 (AT GLEN ABBEY; Canadian Controlled Media Communications) – 1987 – June 29 – July 5 (John Cook, Greg Norman, Curtis Strange, Peter Oosterhuis, Bruce Lietzke, Lee Trevino);

DU MAURIER LTD. CLASSICS (St. Charles Country Club, MB.); - 1992 (“Winnipeg, MB.);

GOLF(MAGAZINE) (Universal Pub.);

1959 (May; Volume 1 #2; Devil's Cauldron, Banff Canada);

1960 (March; Desoto Lakes, Florida);

1962 (April; Gary Player/ Arnold Palmer/ Art Wall, Jr./ Doug Ford); (May; San Snead);

1963 (April; Arnold Palmer); (June; “Palmer Tells: How I Rally”); (July; Golf Boom); (Annual; Pebble Beach, California);

1964 (March; Arnold Palmer); (May; Sam Snead); (Annual; Bobby Nichols Playing Crans-Sur0Sierre Switzerland);

1965 (October; Arnold Palmer);

1966 (October; Arnold Palmer on Putting); (Annual; “The Assault on Par”);

1967 (January; “Golf's All-American 1966”); (March; Sea Pines Plantation, Hilton Head, South Carolina); April; “1967 Tee-Off Issue”); (June; Baltusrol U.S. Open); (July; Arnold Palmer); (September; “6 Pro Pointers”); (October; “Doug Sanders; How my Swing can help you Score”); (November; “Learn how to play trap Shots”); (December; Julius Boros); (Annual; “Palmer's Best Lessons”);

1968 (January; “All-American Team”); (March; “Aluminum Shaft: will it help You?”); (May; George Buck); (July; “Beman's Sure Cure for Three-Punting”); (September; Lee Trevino); (October; “Stripped Down Swing: how it's Done”); (Annual; “For the Complete Golfer”);

1969 (August; “Golf's Building Boom”); (December; Arnold Palmer); (Annual; “Articles to Improve your Game”);

1970 (September; Gary Player); (October; Arnold Palmer); (November; “Winter Vacation Planning Issue”); (December; Jack Nicklaus);

1971 (Annual; “Vacation Planning”/ “Champ's Clinic”);

1972 (May; “Backspin”);

1973 (May; “Long Irons Your Special Hangup?”); (June; Arnold Palmer); (July; Gay Brewer); (August; “Does Your Swing Need an Overhaul”); (September; Johnn Miller);

1974 (May; “Swaying is as Commas as the Cold”); (June; Jerry McGee); (August; Pat Donovan); (September; “New light on the Golf Swing”); (October; “Planning a Great Golf Holiday”); (November; Jack Nicklaus); (December; President Gerald Ford);

1975 (January; Johnny Miller); (April; Gary Player); (May; Johnny Miller); (July; Tom Kite); (August; Arnold Palmer/ Ben Hogan); (September; Jack Nicklaus); (October; “Tilt); (November; Tom Watson); (December; Tom Weiskopf);

1976 (January; Jack Nicklaus); (February; “Yearbook”); (March; “The Dimple Dilemma”); (April; “How to Get off to a Fast Start”); (May; “Plug the Power Leaks in your Swing”); (June; “Lesson Portfolio from the Best PGA Teachers”); (August; Ray Floyd); (September; Johnny Miller); (October; Jan Stephenson); (November; Ben Crenshaw); (December; 10th Hole, Monster Course, Concord Hotel, Kiamesha Lake, New York);

1977 (January; Raymond Floyd); (February; “Yearbook '77”); (July; “Strange Style Produces Fool-Proof Chip”); (August; Jack Nicklaus); (September; “Power Comes from Legs, Right? Wrong!”); (October; Johnny Miller); (November; Judy Rankin); (December; Lanny Wadkins);

1978 (January; Tom Watson); (February; “Yearbook”); (April; Ben Hogan); (May; “Slice no More, 7 Causes, 7 Cures”); (June; Arnold Palmer); (July; “Reading Ball Flight”); (August; Jack Nicklaus); (September; 18th Hole at Pebble Beach); (October; Severiano Ballesteros); (November; Tom Watson); (December; “Cause and Effect”);

1979 (January; Tom Weiskopf); (February; “Yearbook 79”); (March; Jerry Pate); (April; Arnold Palmer); (May; Jack Nicklaus); (June; Ben Crenshaw); (July; “Develop a Faultless Pre-shot Routine”); (September; Tom Watson); (October; Gary Player); (November; Andy Bean); (December; Bruce Lietzke);

1980 (January; Tom Watson); (March; “Pinpoint Alignment”); (April; Ed Sneed and the Putt that Failed); (May; Ben Crenshaw); (June; John Buczek); (July; Tom Watson); (August; Ken Venturi); (September; Lee Trevino); (November; Rick McCord); (December; Tom Watson);

1981 (January; Ben Crenshaw); (March; Jack Nicklaus); (April; Dick Farley); (May; W. Timothy Gallwey); (June; Hale Irwin); (July; Johnny Miller); (August; Ken Venturi); (September; Ben Censhaw); (November; Ray Floyd); (December; Tom Watson);

1982 (January; Bruse Lietzke); (March; Johnny Miller); (April; Gary Player); (May; Tom Kite/ Ed Fiori/ Tom Weiskopf); (June; Jack Nicklaus);(July; Tom Watson); (August; Craig Stadler); (September; Ken Veturi); (October; Ray Floyd); (November; Calvin Peete/ Dan Pohl); (December; Lee Trevino);

1983 (January; Paul Bertholy); (February; Yearbook; 18th Hole, Sailfish Point, Stuart Florida); (March; Johnny Miller); (April; Bobby Clampett); ((May; Tom Watson); (June; Isao Aoki); (July; Seve Ballesteros); (August; Ben Crenshaw); (September; “Greatest Course in the World?”); (October; Craig Shankland); (November; Peter Jacobsen); (December; Tom Watson);

1984 (January; Hal Sutton); (February; Yearbook; 18th Hole Wild Dunes Resort, Charleston S.C.); (March; Jack Nicklaus); (April; Ken Venturi); (May; “25th Anniversary”); (June; Ben Crenshaw); (July; Fred Couples); (August; Gary Hallberg); (September; Arnold Palmer); (October; Greg Norman); (November; Peter Jacobsen); (December; “Maximum Power at Impact”);

1985 (January; Denis Watson); (February; Yearbook; Marsh Harbor Golf Course, Myrtle Beach S.C.); (March; “Great New Ways to Groove Your Swing”); (April; Ben Crenshaw); (May; Ken Venturi); (June; Greg Norman); (July; Seve Ballesteros); (August; Mike Dunaway); (September; Lee Trevino); (October; 100 Great Celebrity Golfers); (November; Mark O'Meara); (December; Year in Review);

1986 (January; Jack Nicklaus); (February; Yearbook “Packed with Information”); (March; Greg Norman); (April; Seve Ballesteros); (May; “100 Sure Ways to Sharpen your Game”); (June; “US Open Preview”); (July; “Tailor Your Touch, Pitch Shots”); (August; 16th hole, Cypress Point Pebble Beach California); (September; Ray Floyd); (October; Ken Venturi); (November; Greg Norman); (December; “Power Arc”);

1987 (January; Corey Pavin); (February; Yearbook 6th Hole Grand Cypress Resort, Orland Flordia); (March; Ken Venturi); (April; “Slice No More”); (May; Greg Norman); (June; Payne Stewart); (July; Ben Crenshaw); (August; Jack Nicklaus); (September; Ben Hogan); (October; Greg Norman/ Seve Ballesteros); (November; Mike Dunaway); (December; Craig Stadler);

1988 (January; Chi Chi Rodriguez); (February; Yearbook “Complete 1987 Tour Statistics”); (March; “Target Your Shots”); (April; Ken Venturi/ Seve Ballesteros); (May; Greg Norman); (June; Seve Ballesteros); (July; “50 Page Special Section of Centennial of Golf in America”); (August; Ben Crenshaw); (September; Jack Nicklaus- Player of the Century); (October; 7th Hole Pebble Beach Golf Links); (November; Curtis Strange); (December; Sandy Lyle);

1989 (January; Greg Norman); (February; Yearbook; “16 Page Private Super Lessons”); (March; Gary Player “All I Know”); (April; Seve Ballesteros); (May; Payne Stewart); (June; Curtis Strange); (July; Sandy Lyle); (August; Peter Jacobsen); (September; Paul Azinger/ Seve Ballesteros/ Ben Crenshaw); October; “3 Ways to Play the Dreaded 60 Yard Pitch”); (November; “10 New Ways to Address the Ball for Sharper Shotmaking”); (December; Curtis Strange);

1990 (January; Greg Norman); (February; Payne Stewart/ Nick Faldo/ Mark Calcavecchia/ Curtis Strange); (March; “Best Pro Pointers”); (April; Mark Calcavecchia); (May; Tom Kite); (June; Curtis Strange); (July; “New Light on the Sand Shot”); (August; Greg Norman/ Top Tips from Curtis Strange); (September; Lee Trevino/ Greg Norman/ Peter Jacobsen/ Ben Crenshaw/ Payne Stewart); (October; “The Mind Game”); (November; Hale Irwin); (December; “Pin in or Out?”);

1991 (January; Curtis Strange); (February; “The New Basics”); (March; Greg Norman); (April; “Winning With the Wedge”); (May; “Putting: 43% of Your Game”); (June; “10 Ways to Cure Your Slice”); (July; Peter Jacobsen); (August; Jim McLean); (September; Greg Norman/ Arnold Palmer/ Ben Crenshaw); (October; Fred Couples); (November; Ken Venturi); (December; Ian Baker-Finch);

1992 (January; Arnold Palmer/ “52 Things Every Real Golfer Should Do”); (February; Payne Stewart); (March; “Club Tests”); (April; “New Format – The Golf Course”); (May; Jack Nicklaus); (June; “Conquer the Ten Hardest Shots by Gary Player”); (July; Fred Couples); (August; John Daly); (September; Ray Floyd); (October; “Take Dead Aim – Alignment); (November; “America's Best Resorts”); (December; Nick Price);

1993 (January; “New Hope for Your Slice”); (February; Ray Floyd); (March; Jack Nicklaus); (April; Greg Norman); (October; Greg Norman);

1994 (July; Rick Smith); (August; Greg Norman); (September; Jack Nicklaus); (October; Fred Couples); (November; “Rid Your Game of 4 Deadly Faults”);

1995 (January; “The 65 Golfiest Places in America”); (February; “Are You Stuck With Your Swing”); (March; Jack Nicklaus; Timeless Tips); (April; Steve Elkington/ Peter Jacobsen); (May; Jim Flick); (July; “Ultimate Chipping”); (August; Rick Smith); (October; Greg Norman); (November; Jim McLean);

1996 (March; “The Key to Your Game is This Test”); (April; “Save 4 Strokes with a Lob Wedge”); (May; “Back to Basics”); (June; “How to Get Up and down from Tough Spots”); (July; “What Working Now, Today's Hottest Instructions”); (August; Jim Flick); (September; Greg Norman); (October; “The Dreaded Half Wedge); (November; Tiger Woods); (December; “The Perfect Swing-and How to Get It”);

1997 (March; “Jump Start Your Short Game”);

GOLF CANADA (Golf and Club Inc.);

1972 (January; “1971 Year of Glory for Canada's Amateurs”); (April; Tommy Bolt); (May; “Golf Guide to Canada”); (July; Lee Trevino); (September; Bermuda's Belmont Golf Course);

1973 (July; Royal Montreal's 100th Birthday); (September; Pametto Dunes); (October; Palm Springs);

GOLF DIGEST (Golf Digest Inc.);

1962 (April; Volume-13 #4; Jack Nicklaus photo cover; Masters Spotlight on Jack Nicklaus; First Negro champ Charlie Sifford; Jim Garner; Paul Runyan; Jerry Barber; Gary Player; 2 pages on Arnold Palmer with 7 photo's; Nice Very Good condition copy, but with 1-1/2" x 4" Writing on cover at top middle, thus G/VG = $12.00);

1964 (January; 7th Hole at Pebble Beach); (February; Annual Photo Album of Boros Swing);(April; Bobby Jones);

1965 (May; Bruce Devlin);

1966 (March; Jack Nicklaus with Sons Jack Jr. & Stevie); (August; Walter Hagen/ Dave Marr);

1967 (February; Annual; Billy Casper); (October; Arnold Palmer); (November; “Those Friendly Bets can Break You”);

1968 (March; Arnold Palmer); (April; Sam Snead); (May; George Buck); (August; Ben Hogan); (September; “Answers to All Your Par 3 Problems”); (November; Bob Murphy);

1969 (January; “Who Drives Farthest?”); (February; Annual; Billy Casper); (April; Arnold Palmer);

1971 (July; “The Touch System for Better Golf”); (October; Lee Trevino);

1972 (February; Annual; Lee Trenivno); (March; Jack Nicklaus);(April; Billy Casper);

1973 (February; Annual; “The Pro Tours”); (April; Howard Cosell/ Joe Dey); (July; Bob Toski);

1974 (September; Sam Snead);

1975 (February; Annual; “Definitive Record Book”); (April; Bob Toski); (May; Jane Blalock); (June; Sam Snead); (July; Hale Irwin); (August; Arnold Palmer); (September; “How to Hit an Offensive Blow”); (October; Tom Watson);

1976 (February; Annual; Jack Nicklaus); (March; “Slow Down Your Swing by Bob Toski”); (April; Byro Nelson); (July; Johnny Miller); (August; Gary Wiren/ Chuck McAbee); (October; Jim Flick); (November; Lee Trevino);

1977 (January; Jack Nicklaus); (February; Annual; “1000 Courses You Can Play”); (March; “24 Page Primer”); (April; Seve Ballesteros); (May; Jane Blalock); (June; Jack Nicklaus); (July; Lee Trevino); (August; Dave Stockton); (September; Tom Weiskopf); (October; Tom Watson); (November; Hale Irwin); (December; “1978 Equipment Preview”);

1978 (January; Johnny Miller); (February; Annual Tom Watson/ Jack Nicklaus); (April; Bob Toski); (May; Sam Snead); (June; Arnold Palmer); (July; Jack Nicklaus); (August; Tom Watson); (September; Nancy Lopez); (October; Jerry Pate); (November; “How to Control the Trajectory of Your Shots”); (December; “Hunting Down the Best Buy in New Clubs”);

1979 (January; Bob Hope); (February; Annual; Nancy Lopez/ Tom Watson); (March; Bob Toski); (April; Tom Watson); (June; Ben Crenshaw); (July; Jack Nicklaus); (August; “A Permanent Cure for your Slice”); (September' Hale Irwin); (October; Tom Watson); (November; Tom Armour);

1980 (January; Larry Nelson); (February; Tom Watson/ Nancy Lopez); (March; “How to Chip and Pitch”); (April; Tim Watson); (May; Al Geiberger); (June; Hale Irwin); (July; (“From Practice Tee to First Tee”); (August; “End Your Fear of Sand”); (October; Tom Watson); (November; “9 Quick Fixes for Slicing”); (December; “1981 Equipment Pre View”);

1981 (January; Dan Pohl/ Mike Reid/ Jack Nicklaus/ Jerry Pate/ Bob Eastwood); (February; Annual; Jack Nickluas/ Tom Watson/ Sev Ballesteros); (March; Arnold Palmer); (April; Jack Nicklaus); (May; Bob Toski); (June; Tom Watson); (July; Greg Norman); (August; “The Versattle 5-Iron” by Jerry Pate); (September; David Graham); (October; Sam Snead); (November; “Hole 13th at Augusta National”); (December; Tom Watson);

1982 (January; Jan Stephenson/ Tom Kite); (February; Annual; “The Game's Authoritative Yearbook”); (March; Ben Hogan/ Tom Watson/ Jack Nicklaus); (April; Peter Kostis); (May; Jack Nicklaus); (June; Jerry Pate); (July; Tom Kite); (August; Hank Johnson); (September; Hale Irwin); (October; Tom Watson); (November; Bobby Jones); (December; Craig Stadler);

1983 (January; “How to Stay Down on Every Shot”); (February; Annual; Tom Watson); (March; Jerry Pate); (April Jack Lumpkin); (May; “Junior Golf, Coming Crisis in the Game”); (June; Jack Nicklaus/ Tom Watson); ( July; Hal Sutton); (August; Sam Snead); (September; Hale Irwin); (October; Tom Kite); (November; David Kite); (December; “Are the New Balls Too Hote?”);

1984 (January; Hall Sutton); (February; Annual; “8 tour Stars' Private Lessons”); (March; Arnold Palmer); (April; Seve Ballesteros); (May; Tom Watson); (June; Gary Koch); (July; Jack Nicklaus); (August; David Graham); (September; Fuzzy Zoeller); (October; Greg Norman); (November; Lee Trevino); (December; “1985 Equipment Preview”);

1985 (January; Tom Kite); (February; Annual; 9th Hole Desert Highlands Golf Course); (March; Davis Love); (April; Tom Watson); (May; Jack Nicklaus); (June; Bob Toski); (July; Bernhard Langer); (August; Peter Kostis); (September; Tom Kite/ Tom Watson/ Ben Crenshaw/ Jack Nicklaus); (October; Scott Verplank); (November; “America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses”); (December; Curtis Strange);

1986 (January; Jack Nickluas/ Tom Watson); (February; Annual; 15th Hole Cypress Point Club, Pebble Beach); (March; “How to Slow Down Your Swing” by Davis Love); (April; Bernhard Langer); (May; Tom Watson); (June; Gardner Dickinson); (July; Jack Nicklaus); (August; Peter Kostis); (September; Davis Love); (October; Bob Tway); (November; Sam Snead); (December; “The Best Things in Golf” by Dan Jenkins);

1987 (January; “How to Cure Golf's 7 Deadly Sins”); (February; Annual; Greg Norman); (March; “How to so Everything in Golf”); (April; Jack Nicklaus and Son Jackie); (June; Bernhard Langer); (July; Payne Stewart); (August; Paul Azinger); (September; Bob Toski/ Davis Love Jr.); (October; Tom Watson); (November; “How Do You Slice It?”); (December; Robert Wrenn);

1988 (January; “Lose 20 Pounds, Gain 20 Yards”); (February; Annual; Larry Nelson/ Nickfaldo/ Scott Simpson/ Larry Mize); (March; “How to Break 100, 90,80...”); (April; Seve Ballesteros); (May; Hank Johnson); (June; Jim Flink); (July; Chip Beck); (August; Gary Player); (September; Tom Watson); (October; Seve Ballesteros); (November; Curtis Strange); (December; “How to Make, Honest Contact”);

1989 (January; Jay Lumpkin); (February; Annual; “How to Play the 10 Toughest Shots”); (March; “The New Primer”); (April; Sandy Lyle); (May; “How to Play the Power Draw”); (June; Nick Faldo); (July; Tom Kite); (August; John Elliott); (September; “How to Become a Complete Putter”); (October; Paul Azinger); (November; Chuck Cook); (December; Payne Stewart);

1990 (March; Peter Kostis/ Ben Crenshaw/ Mark Calcavecchia); (September; President George Buch Sr.; Dan Jenkins);

1991 (January; Annual; “How to Get Every Part of Your Game in Shape”); (April; Phil Michelson); (May; Payne Stewart); (June; Hale Irwin; Dan Jenkins); August; Paul Azinger); (September; “How to Drive it Like a Pro”); (October; bob Toski; Meg Mallon); (November; “Match Your Shot to Your Ball Type”);

1992 (January; Annual; Lee Trevino); (February; Tom Purtzer); (March; “18 Shortcuts to Save Strokes in 1992”); (April; “Can Beman Survive?”); (May; Harvey Penick); (June; Tom Watson); (July; Steve Elkington); (September; “33 Ways to Have More Fun Palying Golf”); (October; Corey Pavin);

1993 (October; Payne Stewart);

1994 (February; Vicki Goetze); (June; Johnny Miller); (July; Nick Faldo); (August; Lee Trevino); (September; Tom Watson); (October; Tim Mahoney); (November; Tiger Woods); (December; Scott Davenport);

1995 (January; Annual; Nick Price); (February; The Golf Primer '98); (March; Corey Pavin); (April; “Your Swing of the Future”); (May; Erine Els); (June; Johnny Miller); (July; “How to Hit it Miles Down theMiddle” by Nick Price); (August; Mark O'Meara); (September; Mike Labauve); (October; Hank Haney); (November; “2-Minute Lessons” by David Leadbetter);

1996 (January; Annual; “50 Greatest Tips Ever”);(March; Chuck Cook); (June; Corey Pavin); (July; Gary McCord); (August; John Elliott); (September; Mark O'Meara); (November; Tiger Woods); (December; Tom Ness);

1997 (January; Annual; Tom Lehman); (February; Mike Labauve; Sandy Labauve); (March; “What Every Golfer Needs to Know”); (April; Phil Mickelson); (May; David Leadbetter); (June; Tiger Woods; Johnny Miller); (July; “How to Fix Your Slice or Your Hook”); (October; Ben Hogan); (November; Butch Harman);

1998 (January; Annual; Tiger Woods); (July; Ernie Els);

2000 (July; 50 Greatest Golfers of all Time);

GOLF AND TRAVEL (Turnstile Pub. Co.); - 1999 (March; “Jamaica Head-On);

GOLF FOR WOMAN Conde Nast Pub.)

2006 – May/June (Kathy Ireland); September/October (Yunjin Kim); November/December Ivanka Trump);

2007 – May/June (Annika Sorenstam); November/December (Angie Everhart);

GOLF TIPS ((Werner Publishing);

1991 (July; Volume 3 #5; Lee Trevino);

GOLF TRAVELER (Golf Card International Corp.);

1992 (May/June; “The LPGA: All Dressed Up”);

1993 (January/ February; “The PGA Continues a Fine Tradition”); (May/June; “Celebrating Nineteen Years”);

MANITOBA GOLF ANNUAL (Manitoba Golf Association); - 1983;

MANITOBA GOLF JOURNAL (Manitoba Golf Association); - 1991 (Jimmy Doyle);

THE MANITOBA OPEN (Manitoba Golf Assocication);

1987 (July 30 – August 2 ; “Southwood Golf and Country Club”);

1989 (July 13 – 16; “Southwood Golf and Country Club”);

1992 (July 6-12; “Breezy Bend Country Club”);

NATURAL GOLFER (Natural Golfer Magazine); - 2002 (March/April (“Which School is Right for You?”);

PANASONIC LAS VEGAS INVITATIONAL (Tuca Prod. Inc.); - 1985 (March 20 – 24);

SCORE (Canada's Golf Magazine; Canadian Controlled Media Communications);

1987 – (April/May; Fear of Finishing – Back injuries can be Avoided; 7 drills for Deadly Accuracy); June (Greg Norman); July (Dave Barr); August/September (The Hook use it or Lose it);

1987/88 (Winter – Travel Guide);

1988 – April/May (Build a Swing, Take lesson, Hit target, Stay Balance; Moe Norman); June (Kelly Murray); October (Brent Franklin);


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I am Douglas W. Sulipa, an OVERSTREET Comic Book Price Guide SENIOR ADVISOR for 44 years {since Guide #2 way back in 1972); >> Read my Annual OVERSTREET MARKET REPORTS;  (Overstreet #45 = AD on pages 228; ** See my 10 Page Market Report on Pages 171-180);  (Overstreet #44 = AD on pages 228 & 1092; ** See my 11 Page Market Report on Pages 163-174);  (Overstreet #43,  Market Report on pages 138-142,  AD on page 194); (Overstreet #42 AD on page 188 & 250); (Overstreet #41,  AD on page 184 & 236);  I am an original member on the Board of Advisors to CBCA {Comic Book Collecting Association} Comic Pros with the common-sense Code of Ethics, in the Comics Community.



We have IN STOCK; [ 1,300,000 COMICS, 1950's thru 2010, & some Older, with 95% of everything ALL Publishers & titles from 1960-2010 ] [250,000 MAGAZINES, ALL types] [250,000 Mass Market PAPERBACKS, ALL types, 1940-1990's] [60,000 Hardcover Books, ALL subjects, from 1900-1990's] [100,000 x 33-1/3 RPM Vinyl LP Records] [40,000 x 45 RPM Vinyl 7 Single Records] [8,000 Music Cassette Tapes] [15,000 VHS Movies] [15,000 POSTERS; MOVIE One Sheets (1950's-1990's), VIDEO Store (1980s-1990's) & 10,000 Chain store types (1970's-early 1990's)] [VIDEO GAMES; Atari, Coleco, Intellivision, Nintendo, Super-Nintendo, Sega, Genesis, etc] [Digests = Most Comic types, plus a selection of SF, Mystery & many Misc types] & MORE! >> 600,000 Pounds of inventory jam packed into an 8000 Square Foot Warehouse! So much material, we will NEVER get it all catalogued! BUT you can view our HUGE inventory lists at our website =

SEND YOUR WANT LISTS [Please Limit to SERIOUS WANTS & Limit the number of items, to 30 or Less MOST WANTED items; Filling Want Lists is Time Consuming, We reply ASAP;

ORDER Multiple Items ALL from one seller; (1) SAVE on POSTAGE; (2) SAVE TIME locating the items; (3) GET them from a RELIABLE source; (4) Receive Items PROPERLY GRADED by Condition; (5) Satisfaction Always Guaranteed;



Please allow 7-10 DAYS for your Snail Mail LETTERS to arrive since you are sending to Canada. (MOST arrive in 7 days average); We ship Mail orders within 24 hours of Payment

(except weekends), but usually SAME DAY. [Unlike many eBay sellers & our competitors, who can take as long as 2-4 weeks to ship]; >>> [ FED-EX, UPS & other COURIER PARCELS are expensive from Canada = US$100.00 Minimum and UP Required; IF you have a FED-EX or UPS account, we can have charged billed to that account, if you provide the account number. Please triple check the account number]; >> I am a STRICT and accurate CONDITION grader; I do NOT Over-Grade or Under-Grade. I just try to grade as ACCURATELY as the current Professional Dealer market dictates. Unfortunately most sellers DO NOT know how to grade accurately especially when dealing with comic books (which has been my main specialty since 1971). >> I also pack all shipments VERY WELL , to avoid damage in transit;  SATISFACTION IS GUARANTEED; RETURN anything you are NOT happy with; Superb Service for OVER 45 years; For the last 20 Years, our average RETURN RATE is Lower than One-Quarter of ONE PERCENT (most of those were CUSTOMER Errors);  

Returned items Must be Postmarked BACK in the Mail within 7 days of the day you received the parcel. Wrap well & clearly, in large letters, on outside of parcel, put Returning Goods to Sender = This is REQUIRED, to avoid Customs Hassles & Long Delays; (The ONLY exception for Returns, is CGC professionally graded comics, these are NOT returnable, as with CGC you know in advance, what you will be getting);  WE HAVE an eBay 99.99% SATISFACTION RATE, with over 5000 Positive Feedbacks on eBay;

MAIL ORDER since 1971, with OVER 30,000 DIFFERENT Satisfied Customers, with over 300,000 completed Orders; THANK YOU! ..... Douglas W. Sulipa