The Locust and his minions. 1966 Very Fine plus range. Grit, Greeting Cards, World War II Armies, Electrical Vocational school, 1001 card tricks for 50 cents, Fishing Outfits.These were just the in-between pages they called comics of the Silver age. I collected them in the early 80's as throwbacks, yet barely perceived classics even then.
You could score readers or fine copies from the comic shop for 2 to 5 bucks. Mostly these are here for those who remember picking them fresh off the newsstand. While the Bronze Age holds that tactile and emphatic response from me, some of our brother/ sister readers have those memories of the Silver Age. May we never let them go.
A light dry-clean and you have yourself a showpiece. The books qualities are aligned appropriately with their grade. Colors still bright, modest fading, moderate to high reflectivity. Spine is tight, flat, minimal to minor creases, dimples. Minimal cover and edge wear.
Inner pages are cream-off-white, clean. All that said, you decide.
Please pay within 3 days, this is fair and reasonable. If you need longer, communicate with me. We live on a dirt road in the mountains, so patience is appreciated.