Roy Rogers Comic Books
Below are Roy Rogers comic books and related items for sale on eBay. While
most of the comic books below are several decades old, some of them are
significantly newer. They feature Roy Rogers, King Of The Cowboys, and some them
also feature his golden palomino stallion Trigger. If you're looking for something besides a comic book, you
can see a wider variety of Roy Rogers books
Shopping For A Roy Rogers Comic Book
Below we have listed a few good things to think about when shopping for a Roy Rogers
- How old is the comic book? Do not assume that all Roy Rogers comic books
are several decades old, some of them are significantly newer. The seller
should give you the age of the comic book, preferably by giving you the year
the comic book was published and/or giving you the volume and issue number.
- What condition is the comic book in? Some sellers will use general terms
to describe a comic book's condition, like "fine" or "good." If the seller
does use terms like these, they may not list all of a comic book's defects.
If you have any questions about a comic book's condition, ask the seller
your questions before you bid or buy.
- What forms of payment does the seller accept?
- How soon do you have to pay for your purchase? An increasing number of
eBay sellers are getting tired of buyers who take a long time to pay for
their item. Some of these sellers are now requiring the item be paid for
within a certain time frame or the sale is off. Read the item's description
for acceptable payment times and terms.
- What will the shipping costs be? Is shipping insurance offered? If so,
at what cost? Will the seller ship to your location? How soon after you pay
for your item will it be shipped?
- If you have any questions about a Roy Rogers comic book for sale on
eBay, ask the seller your questions BEFORE you bid or buy.
Comic Book Conditions
When selling comic books sellers will often use words or phrases like "mint"
or "fair" to describe the comic book's condition. Below is a guide as to what
those words or phrases probably mean. We say "probably" because the conditions
described below are not hard-and-fast definitions accepted by everyone, and
because they are also subject to the seller's opinion.
- Mint: A comic book in this condition will appear to be brand new,
never-read, and nearly perfect in every way. The cover will not show any
wear, and the corners will be sharp and undamaged. The spine of the comic
book will be flat and in excellent condition with staples that don't show
any loosening or rust. The paper will be undamaged with any original colors
in excellent condition. There will not be any marks, writing, etc., on the
cover or the interior. Many brand new, just printed comic books cannot even
qualify to be in mint condition.
- Near Mint: A comic book in excellent, above-average condition. Any
imperfections should be extremely minor and hard to notice.
- Very Fine: These comic books will show only small imperfections. The
pages may be slightly discolored, for example, but should still be in
excellent condition. The paper should still be very fresh and flexible, not
brittle. This should be a nice, clean, flat comic book.
- Fine: A comic book in that is rated "fine" probably shows signs of
having been read, but nonetheless it has been taken superior care of. There
may be discoloring of the paper, but the paper should still be flexible. The
cover may have lost a little of its original brightness.
- Very Good: This is a comic book that shows definite use. The book should
be completely intact, but may have several creases or rub marks, show fading
and/or discoloration, and may have minor stains or show soiling. There may
also be minor damage to the corners. The cover and binding may be a bit
loose with some staple tears, or some staples may have been replaced. There
might be stamps or other marks from stores or distributors, or minor tears.
- Good: A "good" comic book is fine for reading, but it will show definite
signs of use and wear. It should have all of its pages and the cover, but
they will be showing damage or their age. There may be writing on the cover
or on the pages. Any creases, rub marks, stains, or soiling will be more
prominent than a "very good" comic book. The cover may be significantly
dulled, the corners may show wear and be rounded off, there may be tears or
tape, and/or writing on the cover or the pages. Some pages may be loose and
the spine is probably no longer nice and flat.
- Fair: This comic book is showing a lot of use, some abuse, and the
effects of being poorly cared for. You can expect it to be stained, torn,
and faded. Some pages may be missing. It should still be readable, but
that's about all you should expect. A seller of a comic book in this
condition will probably not take the time to describe all the book's
- Poor: A "poor" comic book shows plenty of obvious, major damage. This
could range from numerous torn and missing pages to serious staining and
soiling, including mildew. The pages and/or cover may be heavily marked or
written on. Sellers of a comic book in this condition are likely not to go
to the trouble of describing the book's defects.
Remember, the conditions shown above ARE general. They ARE NOT accepted by
everyone. If you have any questions about a Roy
Rogers comic book you are interested in ask the seller your questions BEFORE you bid
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