Would you sell your most prized possession to help your kid out? This one man did. He found a copy of the first Spider-Man comic ever in a box and sold it to help pay for his daughter's wedding.

“I gave my daughter a promissory note for the money with a picture of the Spider-Man comic, which we can use to pay for a big part of the catering for her reception,” Richard Schaen, 69, told the Cleveland Plain-Dealer.

The comic was bought in 1963 for 12 cents. Schaen kept his comics in the home. “I put them away for a rainy day,” he said. The Spider-Man comic was not in perfect condition, but was in good enough shape to contribute $7,000 towards the cost of the wedding.