Last March, collectors around the world saw the results and heard about the record-breaking prices achieved in ComicConnect’s first Event Auction.
Now, ComicConnect is very pleased to announce the next highly anticipated Event Auction!
The ComicConnect Event Auction will start September 14 and end in two separate sessions on Saturday, September 27, and Sunday, September 28.
Today is the time to consign your comics. Simply upload your comics on ComicConnect.com, and their staff will start promoting your listings and telling prospective buyers to bid on your items!
Already, more than 180 comics have been listed, including one whoppingly large consignment of Actions, Detectives, Supermans, and Batmans, as well as many Timely comic books and Golden and Silver Age keys.Click here to view these previewed lots!
If you have questions about comic books you would like to consign to the auction, contact ComicConnect at 212-895-3999 or e-mail email@example.com. They will work hard to get you top dollar for your comics!
ComicConnect.com specializes in comic books published between 1930–1975. Membership is free, and members may list their comics for sale or auction for free. ComicConnect.combrokers transactions, and accepts a 10% commission only after comics are sold through the site. In addition, ComicConnect.com does not charge Buyer’s Premiums.
ComicConnect would also like to thank all the CGC newsletter subscribers who bid in the 282 lot “no reserve” auction that ended Sunday, June 1. The seller of the 282 consignments was very pleased with the results, as were the winners of the various lots. Highlights of the auction included Incredible Hulk #1, Batman #1, and many early Golden Age DCs and Silver Age Marvel keys.
“We saw a combination of both great deals and high prices varying from one lot to the next,” stated ComicConnect's Vincent Zurzolo. “Not only was the seller happy with the results, there is a lot of excitement among the buyers. Some paid above top dollar to win the day on these rare comics, others managed to scoop up some good comics at great prices.”
“ComicConnect has been bustling with traffic at incredible levels,” added staffer Ben Smith. “The number of collectors registering for free memberships and subscribing to the newsletter is growing beyond our wildest expectations.”
Last but not least, on June 1, ComicConnect celebrated its birthday and turned one year old. They would like to thank everyone in the collecting community who helped take “the ComicConnect experiment” from an idea to a success.
This is a guest article. The thoughts and opinions in this piece are those of their author and are not necessarily the thoughts of the Certified Collectibles Group.