All-American Comics #61

DC Comics // All-American Comics

Published October 1944

What's All-American Comics #61 worth in 2021?

There is actually a NM/MT 9.8 copy registered with CGC Census of this book. One can only imagine what kind of money this book could bring in the auction market! There are only 44 unrestored copies in the world. As of this writing a copy graded over VF- 7.5 has never been sold. The higest recorded sale is $27,500 for a VF- 7.5 in 2018. Sales of these books are almost as arare as the books themselves with only 25 reported sales of a copy of this book in ANY condition in the last 15 years.

Why is this comic book valuable?

"Solomon Grundy, born on a Monday..." starts the famous 19th century nursery rhyme. A rhyme that would be the inspiration for the fictional character, Cyrus Gold, an evile-doer who would be killed and reincarnated in Slaughter Swamp outside of Gotham City. All-American Comics #61 is the first appearance of Solomon Grundy, one of DC Comics most interesting and enduring villains. Famous for his run ins with Batman, Superman and the JSA or JLA, the nearly indestructible Grundy is more than some of the Leagues can handle alone. As seminal villain of the Golden Age, this book has found it's way onto a lot of lists as a must have.

Price Guide Report

GD 2.0 VG 4.0 FN 6.0 VF 8.0 NM 9.4 RECORD SALE!
$4,000 $8,000 $15,500 $32,000 $145,000 $27,750

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