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SOLD - $375,000 for Incredible Hulk Comic Book

September 30, 2016

SOLD - Rare Comic Fetches $956,000 (Seller Paid $26,000)

August 5, 2016

SOLD - $1.2 Million for Vintage Tintin Comic Art

PARIS - Art Daily reports orginal artwork for the last two pages of the 1939 Tintin comic book " King Ottokar’s Sceptre," have sold for $1.2 million. The art was sold by Artcurial .

May 2, 2016

SOLD - $350,000 for 1963 X-Men Comic

March 1, 2016

SOLD - $454,100 for 1962 Spider Man Comic Book

February 19, 2016

Heritage Auctions

SOLD - $1.7 Million for 1939 Tintin Comic Art

PARIS, FRANCE - An original 1939 comic art illustration (two page spread) for a Tintin adventure, " King Ottokar’s Sceptre" by Herge, has sold for $1.7 million (€1.5 million). The art was sold by Sotheby's.

Source: Comic Book Resources - October 27, 2015

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Heritage Auctions
SOLD - $1.2 Million for 1936 Tintin Comic Art

HONG KONG - An original 1936 comic art illustration for a Tintin adventure, "The Blue Lotus" by Herge, has sold for $1.2 million. The art was sold by Artcurial.

Source: Art Daily - October 6, 2015

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Heritage Auctions
SOLD - $173,250 for 1944 Suspense Comics

DALLAS TEXAS, USA - A Suspense Comics #3 (CBCS VF/NM 9.0 White pages) Pennsylvania pedigree (Continental Magazines, 1944) has sold for $173,250 at auction. The comic was sold by Heritage.

Source: Heritage Auctions - August 29, 2015

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SOLD - $35,100 for Comic 'Missing Cover' on eBay

ONLINE - An original 1939 Detective Comics #27 (1st Batman) with a missing cover has sold for $35,100 at auction. The comic book was sold on eBay.

Source: eBay - March 29, 2015

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Art Daily
SOLD - $359,795 for 1939 Tintin Comic Art

PARIS, FRANCE - An original 1939 comic art illustration for a Tintin adventure, "Le sceptre d'Ottokar" by Herge, has sold for $359,795. The art was sold by Sotheby's.

Source: Art Daily - March 11, 2015

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News-Antique.com
SOLD - $237,300 for DC Comics Batman #1 (CGC 7.5)

LYNBROOK, NEW YORK, USA - A 1940 DC Comics Batman #1 (CGC 7.5 Grading) has sold for $237,300 at auction. The comic was sold by Weiss Auctions.

Source: News-Antique.com - March 3, 2015

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Art Daily
SOLD - $77,675 for 1940 Batman #1 (CGC 4.5)

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, USA - A 1940 DC Comics Batman #1 (CGC 4.5 Grading) has sold for $77,675 at auction. The comic was sold by Heritage Auctions.

Source: Art Daily - February 25, 2015

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SOLD - $2.8 Million for 1942 Tintin Cartoon Art

BRUSSELS, BELGIUM - An original 1942 cover design for a comic Tintin adventure "The Shooting Star" by Herge, has sold for $2.8 million. The art was reportedly sold privately by a dealer.

Source: Art Daily - February 3, 2015

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eBay
$3.2 Million for 1938 Superman Comic (New Record)

A 1938 Superman comic book has set a new-world-record (on eBay), by selling for $3.2 million.
The comic was sold directly to the public, by the seller, on eBay

Source: WhatSellsBest.com - August 24, 2014

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Art Daily
$167,300 for Restored Superman Comic

DALLAS, TEXAS, USA - A restored of Action Comics #1 (DC, 1938, Superman) sold for $167,300 — among the highest prices paid for a restored comic book. The comic was sold by Heritage Auctions.

Source: Art Daily - August 11, 2014

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Paul Fraser Collectibles
$262,900 for 1963 'Iron Man' Comic Book

BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA, USA - A Tales of Suspense #3 (introducing Iron Man) has sold for $262,900. The comic was in exceptional condition, having been rated by CGC with a NM+ 9.6.

Source: Paul Fraser Collectibles - November 25, 2013

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The Telegraph
$112,015 for 1963 Comic Art with JFK as Superman

YORK COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA, USA - Cover art for a 1963 comic book depicting Superman's alter-ego, Clark Kent, as President John F. Kennedy in disguise has sold for $112,015.

Source: The Telegraph - November 25, 2013

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Comic Found-in-Wall of Old House Fetches $175,000

HOFFMAN, MINNESOTA, USA - A man bought an abandoned home for $10,000 then found a rare 1938 Superman Comic Book hidden in a wall during the homes remodel. The Comic fetched $175,000.

Source: WhatSellsBest.com - June 11, 2013

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