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Donate comic books from the Platinum Age, Golden Age, Silver Age, Bronze Age, or Modern Age to charity and take back some closet space! The tax deduction benefits far outweigh having to sell the Comic book collection yourself, and the proceeds benefit families in need across the United States. Donate comics from all your favorite superheroes such as Spiderman, Batman, Captain America, Fantastic Four or Conan today!

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If you are looking to sell a valuable comic book collection, consider this, when you donate comics to charity, you will support fantastic nonprofit charity organizations and get to enjoy a Tax Deduction based on the current market value of your comic books. Trying to sell comics or entire comic book collections yourself usually results in alot of wasted time and a big financial loss. When you donate comic books with Collectibles with Causes, we make sure the entire process is fast and easy and that the tax write-off is financially beneficial. Many of our donors donate comics they have carefully stored for years, some only reading each comic book one time. We have had comic book donations from every state and every comic book "age". We offer a fair market value tax write-off, closet space, and the satisfaction of knowing your comic book donation will truly help someone in need.

Recent Comic Book Donations Include:

I have a couple of closets filled with comics that I'd like to see go to a good cause. I'd also like to see some tax benefit and think I might need to spread out the donation over several years but would like to know more about that. Bill - Dallas TX

I am interested in donating my comic book collection (comprising 200+ issues from Uncanny X-Men, 1963-). My question is how fair market value is determined. I am the original owner of most of the comics, which have been stored properly for duration. Most are in 9.4 condition. - Darren - Washington

2.5 long boxes from mid 90's, mostly marvel, lots of first year image comics. Also have about 10 plastic bins of never opened action figures of marvel and star wars toys. Comic cards and other star wars collectibles also.
Orrin - Margate FL

3 or 4 long boxes of misc comics mostly from the early 80's until present. most are bagged or bagged
Kevin - Hollywood CA.

Thank you for these Great Comic Book Donations! Enjoy the extra closet space!

Ben from Brooklyn NY; around 1,100 comics. Tons of marvel from late 80's early 90's Image (lots of #1's) DC and mixed companies also.

Dale from Jamaica Plain, MA - Approximately 1700 vintage comic books.

Christopher from Columbus Ohio - I have a collection of approximately 500 comic books, Thank you for your time and for the services you provide!

William from Reston VA - Five long boxes full of comics from 80's to current.

Jamie from Washington DC - Approximately 1600 vintage independent publisher comic books.

Harold from Kissimmee Florida - comics from the 70's,80's 90's. Batman, Superman Spider Man, Green Lantern and many more titles. Also thousands of baseball cards and other sports items.

Jake from Torrance California - Collection includes 2,759 issues from 1988 through 1999 in 16 comics boxes (14 short and 2 long). Entire collection is sorted and priced according to values and grades as listed in the Overstreet Comics Price Guide. Boxes are in chronological order, with books in each box sorted by publisher, title and issue numbers. Collection comes with 30-page itemized inventory of complete contents by box.

Harrison from Manassas Virginia - Approximately 13-15 boxes of comic books that I would like to donate.

Michael from Long Beach California - Nearly 11000 volumes, modern age, mid-80's to late-90's; 42 long boxes + 3-4 boxes oversize material; 80% bagged and boarded

Eric from Kansas City Missouri - 6,400+ comics, mostly from the late-80's through 90's, and up to last year or 2. Some from the 70's. Varying conditions, most are bagged, many are boarded, some are neither. There are dupes of some comics. smoke-free home. I have a very badly formatted list from my DOS inventory program that I can send you...

Matthew from Washington DC - Many boxes of comic books. All in plastic bags, and many with hard back boards. Mint to near mint condition. Also Coca-cola collection with bottles, signs, models, etc.

Charles from Penfield NY - Entire comic book collection (approximately 1900 comic books)

Stephen from New York NY - I want to donate comic books and collectible toys. I live on the Upper East Side and would like to do this before I move at the end of November.

Watch a video of a recent generous Comic book donor here! Comic Book Donor - Collectibles with Causes

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