There are 47 comic books total, all original. Two (#22 and 23) are duplicates, but other than those, they're all unique. I'm not a professional grader, so my only guarantee of condition is that they are the exact ones shown in the photo.Based on my understanding of the comic book grading system, they are generally in good to very good condition, with some exceptions (some better, some worse). Sadly, giant sized xmen #1 is one of the worst, with a bent top corner and some old tape on the cover probably from some doofus kid like me 30 years ago, but also, even in it's condition, I know it is worth several hundred dollars on its own (I did my best to show the tape in the photo). Generally though, this is a beautiful set with a number of gems. So I'm really hoping I didn't list this wrong because there are a bunch worth at least that much by themselves.
Here are the xmen comics in this lot. Giant Sized X Men #1 tape on cover and creased corner X Men #2 (Nov 1963) [vanisher] X Men #3 (Jan 1964) [blob] X Men #5 (May 1964) [brotherhood of evil mutants, magneto] X Men #6 (July 1964) [sub mariner] X Men #7 (Sep 1964) [blob] X Men #8 (Nov 1964) [unus] X Men #10 (Mar 1965) [ka-zar] X Men #11 (May 1965) [stranger] X Men #12 (Jul 1965) [juggernaut] X Men #13 (Sep 1965) [juggernaut] one cover staple off X Men #14 (Nov 1965) [sentinels] X Men #15 (Dec 1965) [sentinels] X Men #16 (Jan 1966) [sentinels] X Men #17 (Feb 1966) [sentinels] X Men #18 (Mar 1966) [magneto] X Men #19 (Apr 1966) [mimic] X Men #20 (May 1966) [lucifer] X Men #21 (Jun 1966) [dominus] X Men #22 (Jul 1966) [some scary villains] two copies of #22 X Men #23 (Aug 1966) [more scary bad guys] two copies of #23 too!
Score X Men #24 (Sep 1966) [locust] small tear in locusts wing on cover X Men #25 (Oct 1966) [el tigre] (no, not the band) X Men #26 (Nov 1966) [holocaust] X Men #27 (Dec 1966) [mimic] X Men #28 (Jan 1967) [banshee] a nice copy! Small notch on bottom of cover X Men #29 (Feb 1967) [super-adaptoid] X Men #30 (Mar 1967) [warlock] X Men #31 (Apr 1967) [cobalt man] X Men #32 (May 1967) [juggernaut] X Men #33 (Jun 1967) [juggernaut] X Men #35 (Aug 1967) [spider man] looks like there was once a crease. X Men #36 (Sep 1967) [mekano] X Men #37 (Oct 1967) [factor three] X Men #38 (Nov 1967) [blob & vanisher] X Men #41 (Feb 1968) [sub-human] X Men #42 (Mar 1968) [professor x] X Men #43 (Apr 1968) [magneto] X Men #44 (May 1968) [angel] X Men #45 (Jun 1968) [cyclops and quicksilver] X Men #47 (Aug 1968) [beast and iceman] X Men #48 (Sep 1968) cyclops and marvel girl X Men #50 (Nov 1968) [city of mutants] X Men #51 (Dec 1968) [erik the red] X Men #60 (Sep 1969) [sauron] And that's a wrap! Hit me up with any questions and I'll do my best to answer them. I'm not a pro grader!These comics are around 50 years old! They're in remarkable shape for their age, but again, there are plenty of worn edges, but there are some bends, tears, even a hole or two (But no missing pages or cut out adds or anything like that).
PLEASE CONSULT THE PHOTOS TO SEE THE CONDITION OF THE COMICS! Zoom in and look around.I don't say that because I think they're bad. These original x men comics are awesome! The item "X MEN 1960s SILVER AGE 47 BOOK LOT Giant Sized 1, xmen 2,3,5,6,8,10,11,12,13,14+" is in sale since Thursday, March 15, 2018. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Comics\Silver Age (1956-69)\Superhero\X-Men". The seller is "full-frame1" and is located in Sacramento, California. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, South africa, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Russian federation, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, Ukraine, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa rica, Panama, Trinidad and tobago, Guatemala, El salvador, Honduras, Jamaica.