You are bidding on All American Men of War #70 (June 1958) in PR/FR condition by Overstreet standards (see below)
COVER IS DETACHED AND IN POOR SHAPE - PAGES IN GOOD TO FAIR SHAPE WITH NO CLIPPED COUPONS
MINT $ 244.00
VERY FINE $ 75.50
FINE $ 37.75
VERY GOOD $ 18.75
GOOD $ 11.95
Fair (FR): A copy in this grade is usually soiled, ragged, and possibly unattractive. Creases, tears and/or folds are prevalent. Spine may be split up to 2/3rds its entire length. Staples may be gone. Up to 1/10th of the front cover may be missing. These books are readable, although soiling, staining, tears, markings or chunks missing may moderately interfere with reading the complete story. Some collectors consider this the lowest collectible grade because comic books in lesser condition are usually defaced and/or brittle. Very often paper quality is low and may have slight brittleness around the edges, but not in the central portions of the pages. Comic books in this grade may have a clipped coupon, so long as it is noted along side of the nomenclature, i.e.: “Fair (1.0) Coupon Clipped.” Valued at 50-70% of good.
Poor (PR): Most comic books in this grade have been sufficiently degraded to the point that copies may have extremely severe stains, missing staples, brittleness, mildew or moderate to heavy cover abrasion to the point that some cover inks are indistinct/absent. Comic books in this grade can have small chunks missing and pieces out of pages. They may have been defaced with paints, varnishes, glues, oil, indelible markers or dyes. Covers may be split the entire length of the book, but both halves must be present and basically still there with some chunks missing. A page(s) may be missing as long as it is noted along side of the nomenclature; i.e.: “Poor (0.5) 2nd Page Missing.” Value depends on extent of defects, but would average about 1/3 of Good.