I don't own many large nationals, but I had to have this one when it came up a few years ago. Bought it for the name, but it turns out to be fairly scarce as well.
Comanche is a small town (pop. about 4,300) in east central Texas, founded in 1858 and the county seat of a county with the same name, and of course named for the Native American tribe that once occupied the area.
Comanche is also the name of a famous horse that survived Custer's Last Stand with seven bullet wounds and went on to serve the army for many more years.
I'd grade this as a a solid EF with great paper wave.
Anyone else have a Comanche note?
The value of anything is what you can sell it for the same day you bought it.