All lots that came in went out with sold signs during Heritage Auctions Nov. 21-23 event, which included the history-making sale of the first group of items from the much-talked-about Thompson Pedigree collection.
The Curt Swan cover art for Action Comics #309 helped rewrite the record books at Hake’s when it closed at $112,015 at the Nov. 19-21 auction at Hake's, which finished with total sales of $1,346,848, the highest-grossing auction since the company’s launch in 1967.
Hake’s Americana Auction #210 is chock-full of rare and beautifully preserved memorabilia, including examples from Maurice Sendak’s own Disneyana collection.
The Don & Maggie Thompson pedigree collection debuts with high-grade examples of key books, including a Near Mint 9.4 copy of The Avengers #1, estimated to bring $80,000+ Nov. 21-23 in Beverly Hills DALLAS – One of the finest known copies of The Avengers #1, CGC NM 9.4, is expected to bring $80,000+ to...
Comic book authority Maggie Thompson and her late husband Don have spent a lifetime perpetuating the cultural significance of the comic book. Maggie shares her collecting insights before the Don/Maggie Thompson Pedigree Collection goes under the gavel in an auction that is giving collectors a chance to own top-rated comics with impeccable provenance.
The Virginia Vintage Comics and Collectibles Show marks 16 years Aug. 17 when collectors and dealers of vintage comic books gather in Salem, Va.
With 4.6 million free comic books available from more than 2,000 stores, early indicators are pointing to a record-breaking and fun-filled Free Comic Book Day.
Richard Brown's passion for comic books began in childhood, first as he learned to read and then as a collector. In both ways comic books were good to him.
Detective Comics #27, one of the most sought after comic books ever made, is set to go under the gavel Feb. 21-22 and is expected to fetch upwards of $500,000.
A prized Pacific travel book and renowned 15th century Book of Hours lead exemplary collection of books slated for auction at Bonhams of San Francisco Feb. 15-17.