Diamond International Galleries (DIG) continues to offer a diverse selection of pop culture and vintage collectibles in their weekly eBay auction ending Sunday, January 8, 2017. Items currently available for bidding include a vintage 1935 working Ingerstoll Mickey Mouse boxed pocket watch with fob, a vintage 1967 first printing Vanilla Fudge concert poster FD-85-1, and a box of sealed 1995 limited edition Guardians collectible card game booster packs by FPG.

As this auction ends, the next auction will become available for bidding during its week long run on January 8-15. Collectible items that will become available for bidding include a vintage 1930s Walt Disney’s Mickey Mouse Series F. #2 trading card, a vintage working 1968 Peanuts Gang: Flying Ace Snoopy music box by Anri, and Marvel Comics 1975 The Amazing Spider-Man #140 graded at a 3.0 GD/VG, featuring the first appearance of Glory Grant. More information and images are available for each of these items by copying and pasting the links, where they can be bid on at their scheduled time.

A variety of collectibles stood out in last week’s auction ending Sunday, January 1. A sealed box of Mortal Kombat II trading cards by Classic Games, Inc. sold for $167 after only four bids and a limited edition Japanese exclusive Walt Disney Mickey Mouse and the Beanstalk pocket watch by ALBA fetched $152 after 26 bids.

DIG lists between 600 to 750 items in weekly eBay auctions through their DIG Auctions eBay store, ranging from vintage pop culture collectibles at auction to brand new products. They consistently offer a wide array of pop culture collectibles that include anything from Disney, Westerns, superheroes, print media advertisements and magazines, original artwork, political memorabilia, television and movie items, toys, action figures, comprehensive comic book selections, and more. All auction listings start at $9.95.

Diamond International Galleries is the headquarters for an almost-limitless array of comics, original comic art, posters, animation cels and backgrounds, drawings, oils, and antique toys. They have a comprehensive inventory of collectibles of memorabilia. More information can be found at the Diamond International Galleries website.