What is the value of my comic book?

I have a Donald Duck comic book my father passed down to me. It is titled “A Christmas for Shacktown”. It is #367 and it is priced 10 cents. It is in a clear cover and looks like it’s in perfect condition. I’m not sure, but it looks like the first printing.


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  • David --

    You've got a pretty well-known and well-respected comic book on your hands! It dates to January/February of 1952 and was written and illustrated by one of comicdom's greatest cartoonists - former Disney story artist CARL BARKS, creator of Uncle Scrooge, Gladstone Gander, the Beagle Boys and many other characters!

    "A Christmas for Shacktown" is a key issue for any Barks collector, and if your copy is indeed in "perfect condition" as you say, it's current catalog value would be between $600 and $900.

    A wonderful gift your father gave you!

    (The other lesser-condition copies available here on HipComic are at https://www.hipcomic.com/search?keywords=Four Color #367)


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