Flash #105 soars to $20,000 in comic book auction

A copy of DC Comics Flash #105 (Feb.-Mar. 1959) in superb condition, with a grade of CBCS 9.0, soared to $20,000 at a Toy & Comic Auction that featured many rare superhero comics.
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Copy of DC Comics “Flash #105” (Feb.-Mar. 1959), featuring the first Silver Age “Flash” in his own title, plus the first appearance and origin of “Mirror Master,” $20,000.

Copy of DC Comics “Flash #105” (Feb.-Mar. 1959), featuring the first Silver Age “Flash” in his own title, plus the first appearance and origin of “Mirror Master,” $20,000.

CRANSTON, R.I. – A copy of DC Comics Flash #105 (Feb.-Mar. 1959) in superb condition, with a grade of CBCS 9.0, soared to $20,000 at a Toy & Comic Auction that featured many rare superhero comics, including Flash, Hulk, Spider-Man, Superman, Batman and Robin.

The toy and comic book auction was held Dec. 1, 2018 by Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers, online and in the showroom at 63 Fourth Avenue in Cranston, Rhode Island.

With an estimate of $15,000-$25,000, the copy of Flash #105 was expected to do well. The book featured the first Silver Age Flash in his own title, plus the first appearance and origin of Mirror Master and the origin of Flash retold.

When compared to the CGC census 6 in the 9.0 grade, only five are graded higher. It’s ranked #13 on Overstreet’s list of the top 50 Silver Age comics.

To learn more about Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers, visit www.bruneauandco.com.

All comic book images courtesy of Bruneau and Company Auctioneers.

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