Auction Ends Today. June 10th, thru Thursday, June 12th
The ComicLink Focused Auction ending TODAY, Tuesday, June 10th thru Thursday, June 12th contains scores of key and high-grade issues from the Silver Age thru the 1980's. All items within this particular auction have completely no reserve, so every lot is guaranteed to sell to the highest bidder. The auction ends Tuesday, June 10th thru Thursday, June 12th. Within the auction, there are Silver Age "key" issues of impressive quality (e.g. Tales of Suspense #39, CGC 9.0 & CGC 8.0; Amazing Fantasy #15, CGC 6.5; and Spider-Man #1, CGC 8.0) and strong runs of high-grade Marvels starting from early 1963. There are nearly 500 Amazing Spider-Man issues, more than 120 X-Men issues, and nearly 100 Hulk issues in this auction! Another highlight is the second part of the original owner Spider-Man collection (from issue #140 up). Many other Marvel issues, as well as key and high-grade DC issues, and issues from other publishers, are also offered in this auction. In all, there are more than 1,800 high-grade and key CGC-graded Silver, Bronze and quality Copper Age comic books within the auction. Just a few specific highlights are mentioned below, but this does not even touch the surface of the good stuff in this auction. It is probably our best Silver/Bronze/Copper Age Focused Auction to date. We strongly recommend that you give yourself adequate time to review everything, considering the wealth of material within this Focused Auction.
Of course there are also many vintage comics available, and frequent updates, on the Comic Book Exchange™ (including more than 13,000 CGC-graded comics), and many desirable comic art pieces available on the Comic Art Exchange™
If you are interested in selling at auction, we are taking consignments now for the August Featured Focused Auction. This auction will feature vintage comic books from the Golden Age thru the Bronze Age, as well as Original Comic Art. This auction promises to be another blockbuster with high bidder traffic. If you are interested in participating in this auction as a seller, and getting an auction deal that can't be beat, simply e-mail your prospective auction list to firstname.lastname@example.org or call Josh Nathanson, Tomis Erb, or Douglas Gillock at 718-246-0300. The best time to reach us by phone is between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. EST, though we are frequently available at other times. Registered sellers can also list items at any time on the Comic Book Exchange™ and on the Comic Art Exchange.™
Here are some of the many Highlights within the current ComicLink Focused Auction, ending June 10 thru June 12:
Major Silver Age Marvel Keys! Tales of Suspense #39, CGC 9.0 and CGC 8.0 (1st Iron Man!) Amazing Fantasy #15, CGC 6.5 (1st Spider-Man!) Amazing Spider-Man #1, CGC 8.0 (1st Spider-Man in his own title!)
High Grade Marvel Runs from the early Silver Age on Amazing Spider-Man #4 and up!
Nearly 500 Amazing Spider-Man issues are in this auction, including many early issues between #4 and #100, graded CGC 9.2 and higher!
The second half of the high-grade Original Owner Spider-Man collection is in this auction (#140 up)!
Most issues from X-Men #1 thru #150, with many at CGC 9.2 and higher!
98 Incredible Hulk issues, including many 9.2 or better examples from Hulk #102 up!
High Grade Silver Age DCs
Examples of some of the exciting books within this category are: Adventure Comics #300, CGC 9.0; Detective Comics #290, CGC 9.2; Flash #126, CGC 8.5; and Hawkman #1, CGC 9.2
To sell in the August Featured Focused Auction, e-mail your list to email@example.com or contact Douglas Gillock, Tomis Erb, or Josh Nathanson at 718-246-0300, or begin simply by clicking the "Sell" tab at the top of the ComicLink Web site. If you are new to ComicLink, we also suggest you explore buying and selling on the Comic Book Exchange™ (where there are more than 13,000 vintage CGC-graded comic books available), and the Comic Art Exchange™, where there is a wide selection of comic book art and frequent updates. Registered sellers can list items in these sections at any time.
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