Gold Key Comics Price Guide

Umair Aamir

Umair Aamir

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Gold Key Comics Price Guide

Value of Gold Key Comics

Gold Key was created as a spin-off from the Dell as an attempt to publish more children’s titles in 1962. They also created many popular TV as adaptations to the books during the 1960s.

Another thing about Gold Key Comics is that they don’t have issue numbers on their covers. To identify the issue numbers, you will need to open the book in fine print to identify them.

One thing to keep in mind that is the company’s file copies were sold on the market which flooded the collectors with high-grade materials. This thing also explains why most of the Gold Key issues are not as valuable as you can expect of a comic of that era.

Where are the issue numbers?

As Gold Key issues don’t have issue numbers on their cover. They often have a code under their logs such as the image given below.

The issue numbers appear in the fine print inside, which means you’ll have to open the book to identify which one you have.

Which are the Top 10 Most Valuable Gold Key Comics?

  1. Star Trek #1 (1967), record sale
  2. Doctor Solar, Man of the Atom #1 (1962)
  3. Magnus Robot Fighter #1 (1962)
  4. Phantom #1 (1962)
  5. Space Ghost #2 (1967)
  6. Avengers #1 (1967)
  7. Jonny Quest #1 (1964)
  8. Green Hornet #1 (1967)
  9. Doc Savage #1 (1966)
  10. Uncle Scrooge #40 (1963)

Which Gold Key Comics are valuable?

Given below are the most Valuable comic books published by Gold Key Comics.

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Important Gold Key Comics, With Values

Given are the record sales for each comic, which means it is the price which is the world record price for each issue. It doesn’t mean that your comic will sell or usually sell for a price this much.

Addams Family #1 (1974)

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Astro Boy #1 (1965)

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Atom Ant #1 (1966)

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Avengers #1 (1968)
Based on British TV series

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Battle of the Planets #1 (1979)

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Beep Beep the Road Runner #1 (1966)

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Best of Donald Duck (1965)

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Boris Karloff Thriller #1 (1962)

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Bullwinkle #1 (1962)

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Dark Shadows #1 (1969)

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Deputy Dawg #1 (1965)

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Doc Savage #1 (1966)

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Doctor Solar, Man of the Atom #1 (1962)

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Flash Gordon #1 (1965)

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Flintstones #7 (1962)
1st Gold Key issue in series

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Fractured Fairy Tales #1 (1962)
From Bullwinkle and Rocky TV show

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Frankenstein, Jr. #1 (1967)

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Girl from U.N.C.L.E. #1 (1967)

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Gomer Pyle #1 (1966)

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Green Hornet #1 (1967)

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Gunsmoke #1 (1969)

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Hanna-Barbera Super TV Heroes #1 (1968)

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Happy Days #1 (1979)

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Huey, Dewey and Louie Junior Woodchucks #1 (1966)

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The Invaders #1 (1967)

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I Spy #1 (1966)

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John Carter of Mars #1 (1964)

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Jonny Quest #1 (1964)

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Korak, Son of Tarzan #1 (1964)

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Laurel and Hardy #1 (1967)

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Lone Ranger #1 (1964)

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The Lucy Show #1 (1963)

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Magilla Gorilla #1 (1964)

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Magnus Robot Fighter #1 (1963)
One of the most famous Gold Key Comics

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Man from U.N.C.L.E. #1 (1965)

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The Munsters #1 (1965)

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My Favorite Martian #1 (1964)

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Peanuts #1 (1962)

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Phantom #1 (1962)

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Pink Panther #1 (1971)

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Rawhide #1 (1962)

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Rocky and his Fiendish Friends #1 (1962)

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Secret Agent #1 (1966)

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Secret Squirrel #1 (1966)

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Space Family Robinson Lost in Space #1 (1962)

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Space Ghost #1 (1967)

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Star Trek #1 (1967)
The #1 most valuable of all Gold Key Comics

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Supercar #1 (1962)

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Total War #1 (1966)
Becomes MARS Patrol from #3

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Turok, Son of Stone #30 (1962), Gold Key Comics
Was published by Dell Comics prior to this issue

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Tweety and Sylvester #1 (1963)

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Twilight Zone #1 (1962)

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UFO Flying Saucers #1 (1968)

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Uncle Scrooge #40 (1963)
Published by Dell #1-39

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Underdog #1 (1970)

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Walt Disney’s Comics and Stories #264 (1962)
Previous issues published by Dell

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Winnie the Pooh #1 (1977)

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Yakky Doodle and Chopper #1 (1962)

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Yogi Bear #10 (1962), Gold Key Comics
Previously published by Dell

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Zorro #1 (1966)

 

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