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Press Release - January 22, 2018
Heritage’s Jan. 21 Weekly Internet Comics Auction Soars Past $300,000Silver Age keys and Will Eisner Sunday original art claim top honors
"We always celebrate when a weekly closes north of $300,000," Heritage's Comics & Comic Art Director of Operations Barry Sandoval said. "It just so happens this auction was filled with an excellent selection of important books across every price point."
Heritage's Sunday Internet Comics Auctions surpassed $10.8 million in 2017, (an average of nearly $208,000 a week, with each 500- to 800-lot auction closing every Sunday evening at 6pm CST and a new auction beginning almost immediately thereafter.)
Two copies of Amazing Fantasy #15 (Marvel, 1962) drew intense competition: A CGC VG+ 4.5-grade copy brought $27,485 and a CGC GD/VG 3.0 copy ended at $16,730. A copy of The Brave and the Bold #28 (DC, 1960), CGC FN- 5.5, sold for $5,504. Another Silver Age gem, a CGC Apparent VG/FN 5.0 copy of The Incredible Hulk #1 (Marvel, 1962) hit $5,258.
Will Eisner's The Spirit original ink drawing for a June 26, 1949 Sunday comic strip sold for $6,572 to lead the sale's selection of original art. A monumentally large vertical page of Frank Robbins' original art for an Aug. 3, 1947 Johnny Hazard Sunday comic strip sold for $2,868.
Additional highlights from the Jan. 21 auction include:
$5,258: The Incredible Hulk #181 (Marvel, 1974), CGC NM 9.4
$5,019: Fantastic Four #5 (Marvel, 1962), CGC VF- 7.5
$3,585: Four Color #878 Peanuts (Dell, 1958) Condition: VF, against a price guide estimate of $600
$3,107: Superboy #80 (DC, 1960) CGC NM 9.4
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