Diamond International Galleries (DIG) continues to offer a diverse selection of pop culture and vintage collectibles in their weekly eBay auction ending Sunday, May 21, 2017. Vintage collectibles include a 1964 Martian Magic Tricks set by Gilbert and CGC comic books, like the 1964 Marvel Comics Amazing Spider-Man #13 featuring the first appearance of Mysterio. Modern collectibles include a variety of statues including a 1996 DC Comics limited edition Bombshells Power Girl and Superman statue and Taurus Stitch original concept artwork by Mike Royer.

As this auction ends, the next auction will become available for bidding during its week-long run on May 21-28. There will be a large influx of Marvel Comics including the 1989 complete Marvel Super Hero Secret Wars #1-12 graded at an average 8.5 VF+ and Strange Tales #180 6.5 FN+ featuring the first appearance of Gamora. Other collectibles headed to auction include a Victory of Chicago sewing thread poker chip carousal/spool holder and three The Horrors of School class parody folders. More information and images are available for each of these items by copying and pasting the links into your internet browser, where they can be bid on at their scheduled time.

One vintage collectible stood out during last week’s auction ending Sunday, May 14. A vintage 1941 Red Ryder Victory Patrol lot sold for $202 after 15 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 cells 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.