The current ComicLink Focused Auction begins closing this Tuesday, April 25, 2017, starting at 8 PM ET (5 PM PT). Comic book lots will continue to close on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday evenings of next week, April 26-28 as well as four evenings the following week – Monday, May 1 through Wednesday, May 3. The original art session will end on Thursday, May 4 (see separate article in this issue of Scoop for more details). There are thousands of auction lots up for grabs, consigned by sellers with confidence at no reserve. Most of the graded comic book lots are encapsulated by either CGC or CBCS, and there are over 600 original art lots included. There is a phenomenal selection of scarce and even high grade Golden Age, key and high grade Silver and Bronze as well as key, pristine Moderns and so much more. Top highlights include Amazing Fantasy #15 (first Spider-Man) in CGC 5.0, All-Star Comics #8 (first Wonder Woman) in CGC 2.0 and the Avengers run from the new John G. Fantucchio pedigree collection.
If you are interested in consigning to upcoming ComicLink Auctions, the firm’s Spring Featured Auction will begin on May 17 with new highlights being added frequently to the auction previews. The June Focused Auction begins on June 8 and a preview will post soon. In order to consign to these or other upcoming ComicLink auctions, sellers are encouraged to contact ComicLink by emailing email@example.com or by calling (617) 517-0062 (option 1) to speak with Josh Nathanson, Douglas Gillock, Jason Crosby, Jon Signorelli, or Ross Kearney. In addition to auctioning items for consignors, ComicLink is also always accepting new sellers for the ComicLink exchange marketplaces, brokering private placement deals, and buying outright.
ComicLink will also be set-up this weekend on Friday through Sunday, April 21-23, at C2E2 in Chicago at McCormick Place accepting consignments at booth 1527. Senior Consignment Director Douglas Gillock and Sales Consultant Jon Signorelli will be attending the show and available to speak with clients all weekend long. “If you are interested in reaching the most aggressive original art and vintage comic book bidders and buyers in the world, while at the same time having the opportunity to raise cash quickly, stop by and speak with us. If you are attending the show, don’t sell the good stuff without stopping by our booth first, so we can assist you in maximizing your return,” Gillock said.
To review ComicLink’s auction schedule and auction previews, visit their website.