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I hear you on the Star Wars but the 300? IMO it might as well not be a slabbed 300 without his sig. Thats the market for the 300s you go buy the grade then by the grade of his signature.


I don't think it increases the value of the book more than what he charges plus
All the fees associated with the witnessing/slabbing proces. His signature is on everything...I don't think it's really that special or really increase the value of something more than the cost to aquire (~$200?). It may help move a book faster, though...not sure, to be honest.
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I hear you on the Star Wars but the 300? IMO it might as well not be a slabbed 300 without his sig. Thats the market for the 300s you go buy the grade then by the grade of his signature.


I don't think it increases the value of the book more than what he charges plus
All the fees associated with the witnessing/slabbing proces. His signature is on everything...I don't think it's really that special or really increase the value of something more than the cost to aquire (~$200?). It may help move a book faster, though...not sure, to be honest.

Ya i'm only half joking since the whole premise is ridiculous. I have about 5 300s all signed by stan how rare can they be? Although the difference on the bay between the stan signed and unsigned is usually more than $200 and it keeps going up.
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Collector Jeremy_K private msg quote post Address this user
the guy signs at shows all the time still and does it till his hands quit working.
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Collector Drogio private msg quote post Address this user
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I hear you on the Star Wars but the 300? IMO it might as well not be a slabbed 300 without his sig. Thats the market for the 300s you go buy the grade then by the grade of his signature.


I don't think it increases the value of the book more than what he charges plus
All the fees associated with the witnessing/slabbing proces. His signature is on everything...I don't think it's really that special or really increase the value of something more than the cost to aquire (~$200?). It may help move a book faster, though...not sure, to be honest.

Ya i'm only half joking since the whole premise is ridiculous. I have about 5 300s all signed by stan how rare can they be? Although the difference on the bay between the stan signed and unsigned is usually more than $200 and it keeps going up.


Price increase might be because he keeps raising the price of his sig...and I do believe he's done with the con circuit...could be some increased demand because of a sense the supply is about to be cut off..or at least a significant decrease in production...🤔
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He's not done. Its like an arena rock reunion tour that happens every single year.
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COLLECTOR Stu private msg quote post Address this user
I don’t think I’m going to crack open a slab - will most likely pull from one of my raw books to have Stan place some ink. Thanks for all that replied - already spent enough money getting those done. My X-Men #1 came in the mail the other day signed by Stan - I’ll get a pic up here in a min, but the signature is ugly on the down side, but whitnessed on the up side!
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Collector Jeremy_K private msg quote post Address this user
Thats a good sig. it's not a smudge
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Collector thelastbard private msg quote post Address this user
It's definitely still a Stan sig, but it has devolved over the years... It happens! Combination of age, sig evolution, and even a given day, where he could have signed God knows how many books. As people have said, he smudges, he makes mistakes, etc, so this one came out well! I have three, one from three-ish years ago, and two from three months ago, and there is a marked difference between the time-gap. BUT, still Stan! Still a win for you... still a nice piece of comic book history signed by a living legend while it still can be. I'd love to get another dozen or so books signed by him before it's too late.
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