Marvel Team-Up #150 $1.25 Variant Value
From: The 2022 CPV Price Guide for Canadian Price Variants (Type 1A) by Bill Alexander, Tim Bildhauser, Paul Clairmont, Jay Halstead, Jon McClure, Benjamin Nobel, Conan Saunders, Doug Sulipa, and Angelo Virone [ introduction, table of contents, all titles, other price guide editions]
|9.2||Near Mint -||$38
|9.0||Very Fine / Near Mint||$33
|Marvel Team-Up #150 $1.25 Cover Price Variant, Marvel, 2/1985, Published in the USA
Marvel Team-Up #150 $1.25 Canadian Price Variant Issue Notes:
Final Issue; Spider-Man; X-Men; Giant-size
Conan notes: Example variant sales at MyComicShop: a raw 6.0 on 7/23/2021 for $7, a raw 8.0 on 5/6/2021 for $9, a raw 5.5 on 9/17/2020 for $7, a raw 6.0 on 11/27/2020 for $7
Doug notes: LAST ISSUE; Scarcer LAST Canadian Price Variant in Title
CGC label note: X-Men (Colossus, Nightcrawler, Rogue & Rachel Summers). Juggernaut & Black Tom appearance. Last issue.
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Within the top 500 most valuable variants of our 2022 CPV Price Guide, you'll find Marvel Team-Up #150, at a $1.25 variant NM- value of $38. With everything the issue has going for it (as detailed in the issue notes in the page above), and a value that puts it in the top ten percent of all variants in our guide, $1.25 price variant copies of Marvel Team-Up #150 are watchlist-worthy and we give them a rating of FOUR POINT TWO FIVE STARS as a collectible. Regular copies in 9.2 have increased in value by $4 since 2018, or about +50% on a percentage basis. Meanwhile, CPV newsstand copies in 9.2 have outperformed notably, increasing in value by $18 since 2018, or about +90%.
Marvel Team-Up #150 Comic Book FAQ
What is the value of Marvel Team-Up #150?
I have a copy of Marvel Team-Up #150 and I want to know what this comic book is worth in different grades as a first printing?
The answer depends on the type that you own. For Marvel Team-Up #150, Marvel published a direct edition type (exceptionally well preserved by collectors as direct edition comics were the type sold in comic shops), and two newsstand types which were sold to the general public on newsstands (a regular cover price version and the $1.25 price variant). If you own a price variant, lucky you, it is worth $38 in 9.2 (Near Mint Minus).
Check whether the cover of your copy of Marvel Team-Up #150 has a graphical logo or a bar code box. If it has a graphical logo, sorry to break it to you but you own a commonplace direct edition copy which is worth about $12.
If your copy of Marvel Team-Up #150 has a bar code box on the cover, then you've got a newsstand copy! Is it the more-rare price variant? Now for the moment of excitement: is the cover price of your newsstand copy $1.25? If so, congratulations, you own the cover price variant!!
What is Marvel Team-Up #150 worth in VF/NM condition?
The direct edition (logo on cover) is worth about $10 in VF/NM whereas the $1.25 newsstand variants are worth $33.
Why are the Marvel Team-Up #150 newsstand cover price variants worth so much more than the direct edition copies?
As collectibles, direct edition copies are already at a disadvantage compared to newsstand copies in the highest grades, because direct editions were extraordinarily well preserved as the distinct type sold in specialty comic shops. The comic shop owners ordered direct edition copies of Marvel Team-Up #150 at a discount to cover price, but on a non-returnable basis (the graphical logo was to tell non-returnable copies apart from their returnable newsstand counterparts). When their orders arrived, the comic shop staff handled the books with extreme care to preserve their condition, and then the comic book collectors who shopped there typically preserved their purchases in plastic bags with backing boards. By contrast, newsstand copies were treated as reading material with no staff training to handle the books with any semblance of care, and they were then sold to the general public; unsold copies were returned for credit and typically pulped/recycled forward. Only those newsstand copies of Marvel Team-Up #150 that were taken home and preserved by collectors would survive today in the highest grades. Among surviving newsstand copies of Marvel Team-Up #150, the market area that received the $1.25 cover price newsstand copies was a restricted area representing less than 10% the population of the total North American newsstand market. That's because the destination market for $1.25 copies of Marvel Team-Up #150 was Canadian newsstands — hence the name Canadian Price Variant as a short-hand for $1.25 Price Variant. All of this adds up to a market value for the $1.25 variant approximately 230% higher than the direct edition in Very Fine / Near Mint (9.0) condition, as of our 2022 CPV Price Guide Edition.
In VF condition, how much is Marvel Team-Up #150 worth?
The direct edition version of Marvel Team-Up #150 is worth about $8 in Very Fine (8.0) whereas the $1.25 newsstand variants are worth $27.
What is the value of Marvel Team-Up #150 in Fine condition?
In FN (6.0) shape, the direct edition version of Marvel Team-Up #150 is worth about $6 whereas the $1.25 newsstand variants are worth $19.
What is the approximate Marvel Team-Up #150 value in very good condition?
Down in VG (4.0) Very Good condition, the direct edition version of Marvel Team-Up #150 is worth about $4 whereas the $1.25 newsstand variants are worth $13.
What is the Marvel Team-Up #150 price guide value in good condition?
The price guide value way down in GD (2.0) Good condition for Marvel Team-Up #150 is about $2 for the direct edition version whereas the $1.25 newsstand variants are worth $6.
Has the Marvel Team-Up #150 $1.25 variant from Marvel been a good investment?
Marvel Team-Up #150 $1.25 variant newsstand copies in 9.2 have produced gains, increasing in value by $18 since 2018, or about +90% in 5 years (from our 2018 guide edition to our 2022 guide edition).
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