The current ComicLink Focused Auction, which began ending this week, will continue closing with the Golden Age session on Friday night, October 6, 2017, followed by the several more nights next week and the following week. After Friday closings, sessions over the next two weeks include Late Bronze (post-1975) and Modern Age comic books, Original Art, and Certified Coins. The auction includes thousands of no reserve collectibles. Closing times start each night at 8 PM ET/5 PM PT.
On Friday, October 6, Session 2 offers a fantastic selection of over 800 hard to find Golden Age comic books. Many interesting covers from a variety of genres are offered, and numerous high grade examples are presented, some hailing from pedigree collections. There’s a complete run on Shock SuspenStories for EC fans. You’ll also find a selection of early Superman collectible memorabilia.
The closings continue with Session 3, the Post-1975 Comic Books, which ends on Monday through Wednesday, October 9-11. This session offers over 2,500 certified late Bronze through Modern Age comic books, many in pristine condition, with many of the key issues in numerous conditions. Star Wars fans looking to complete a high grade run of the original Marvel title, which ran for 107 issues plus three annuals, will find a 99% complete run of the title in CGC 9.8 (only #57 is not present, but there are lower grade rare price variants for #1, #2, and #4). Of course, many 9.8 keys introducing major characters like Harley Quinn, Venom, Deadpool, Phoenix, Grendel, and many others are in this part of the auction.
Session 4, which ends on Thursday, October 12, offers a selection of over 1,000 affordable assorted comic books and comic-related merchandise, sold individually and within lots.
Session 5, which ends on Friday, October 13 offers a large selection of over 700 works of comic book related artwork by accomplished artists including big names like Adams, Buscema, Byrne, Cho, Coipel, Colan, Daniel, Davis, Dell'Otto, Eastman, Finch, Golden, Grell, Heath, Heck, Hughes, Infantino, Jimenez, Kane, Keown, Layton, Lee, McGuinness, Pérez, Risso, Romita Jr., Silvestri, Simonson, Starlin, Thorne, Trimpe, Turner, Tuska, Wagner, Yu, and Zeck.
Session 6, which ends on Wednesday, October 19, is ComicLink’s first Certified Coins session. Offerings include NGC and PCGS certified coins from the 1800s and 1900s, including many scarcer coins and Mint-State examples.
If you are interested in selling, ComicLink will be set-up at New York Comic Con this weekend from October 5-8 at the Javits Center, taking consignments right at the firm’s booth. ComicLink President Josh Nathanson, Senior Consignment Director Douglas Gillock, and Sales Consultants Jon Signorelli and Ross Kearney will be attending the show and available to speak with you all weekend long in booth 2622.
ComicLink is currently accepting consignments for upcoming auctions including the Focused Auction starting on October 19 and the Fall Featured Auction which will begin on November 15. The later auction will offer a Detective Comics #27 CGC 2.5 Blue Label Universal and many other exceptional comic books and artwork. ComicLink encourages everyone to contact the firm as soon as possible to reserve auction placement. To reserve upcoming auction placement in any of the firm’s future auctions, simply email firstname.lastname@example.org with your prospective sale list, or call (617) 517-0062 (option 1). If you do not prefer auctions, ComicLink is also always accepting new sellers for the ComicLink exchange marketplaces, brokering private placement deals, and buying outright.