1963 X-Men #1 Comic Book Values
X-Men #1 Comic Book Price Guide:
- CGC 9.2 – $48,468
- CGC 8.5 – $16,750
- CGC 8.0 – $16,500
- CGC 7.5 – $7,200 – $8,400
- CGC 7.0 – $6,400 – $7,700
- CGC 6.0 – $3,690 – $4,750
- CGC 5.5 – $3,150 – $3,650
- CGC 5.0 – $2,900 – $3,550
- CGC 4.0 – $2,174 – $2,755
- CGC 3.0 – $1,500 – $1,600
X-Men # Comic Books Signed By Stan Lee
- PGX 9.2 – $25,000
- CGC 6.0 – $4,220 – $5,000
- CGC 4.0 – $2,275
Values come from completed ebay sales over the past year and are updated quarterly.
Published: September 1963
Story: Stan Lee
Cover & Art: Jack Kirby
Outside of being the 1st book in the series, X-Men #1 is valuable because it’s the Origin and 1st appearance of Magento and the X-Men:
The values above represent un-restored examples of X-Men #1. When you are buying a comic book from this era, you always want to examine to see if any amateur or professional restoration work has been done. Restored copies are going to sell for considerably less than the values that are posted above of un-restored versions … so always do your homework before spending lots of money on a comic book that turns out to be restored.
If you are selling your comic book, the above values do not represent CGC grading fees, ebay/PayPal fees and other fees associated with selling. A comic book shop, pawn shop or dealer will typically offer well under these range of prices because they are trying to turn around and sell the comic book for the price listed above – so be prepared to accept less than what you see above unless you want to sell the comic book yourself.
The front cover features the tag line “The Strangest Super-Heroes Of All!” – and while the X-Men might have been strange, they have a large fan base to this day. That has made finding an X-Men #1 comic book a rare find, as many have wound up in the hands of collectors over the years. With comic books this old, it’s all about the condition, and even a small condition issue up-or-down can mean hundreds, if not, thousands of dollars at final sale. High grade X-Men #1 comic books are rare to find, and often command massive price tags.