ComicLink's still-growing September Focused Auction preview includes books from the Golden Age to the Modern Era, and the November Featured Auction offers sellers a chance to be part of one of the year's best auctions.
ComicLink is currently accepting consignments for the September Focused Auction and the November Featured Auction. Already, the auction previews are looking good for both of these auctions.
“We are offering generous cash advances for quality comic book and original art consignments placed to these and other auctions," says ComicLink Consignment President Josh Nathanson. "The still-growing September Focused Auction preview includes numerous keys, classic covers, and high grades, from the Golden Age to the Modern era. Just a few of the notables include Amazing Fantasy #15 CGC 7.0 (first Spider-Man), Showcase #22 CGC 7.0 (first Silver Age Green Lantern), Iron Man #55 CGC 9.8 (first Thanos, highest graded), Incredible Hulk #181 CGC 9.8 (first full Wolverine), Giant-Size X-Men #1 CGC 9.8 (first New X-Men, highest), Sensation Comics #1 CGC 8.5 MP (first Wonder Woman cover), Superman #7 CGC 7.0, Walking Dead #1 CGC 9.8 and more. The September Focused Auction offers sellers an opportunity for guaranteed sales and a quick turnaround in a high-exposure auction environment, as well as an upfront cash advance upon request. Key and high-grade Silver and Bronze Age comics certified by CGC are always the primary ‘focus’ of this auction format, but there is always also an interesting Golden Age selection and a ultra-high-grade Copper and Modern selection to round it out. The next ‘focused’ auction to contain original art will commence in October.
"The November Featured Auction offers sellers a chance to be part of one of the best auctions of the year for both vintage comic books and original comic-related artwork. It is bound to be another blockbuster, and it is the ideal auction environment for a seller’s most valuable material. If you already know what you want to sell, and you are interested in reaching the most aggressive comic book bidders in the world, we encourage you to contact us as soon as possible to consign to this auction so that we may reserve auction slots for you and fully promote your material.”
Early comic book highlights already listed in the November Featured Auction preview include Fantastic Four #1 CGC 8.5, Wonder Woman #1 CGC 7.5, Flash Comics #1 CGC 2.0, and Startling Comics #49 CGC 9.0 (classic Schomburg cover). Original art highlights posted to the preview include the Jack Kirby Journey into Mystery #109 title splash featuring Thor’s banishment from Asgard by Odin (the first time Thor appears with a full sized figure of Odin on a splash page), an explosive John Romita Amazing Spider-Man #75 half-splash featuring an iconic Spidey pose, a Jim Lee watercolor Hush page from Batman #614 depicting the death of Robin, Jason Todd, Whilce Potacio’s X-Men #281 wrap-around cover featuring the new team, and more.
“Similar to the August Featured Auction, which just closed, within which many new record results were achieved, the ComicLink November Featured Auction will highlight valuable, vintage comic books and original comic art, and it will be a blockbuster. Every lot in the Featured Auction is selected by ComicLink’s expert staff for quality and collector appeal, which means it is the perfect showcase for a seller’s best material.”
To reserve auction placement, simply email firstname.lastname@example.org your prospective auction list, or call 617-517-0062 (option 1) to speak with Douglas Gillock, Sean Goodrich, Jason Crosby, Jon Signorelli, Josh Nathanson or other members of the ComicLink Team. To review ComicLink’s auction schedule, click here.
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