Diamond International Galleries (DIG) continues to offer a diverse selection of pop culture and vintage collectibles in their weekly eBay auction ending Sunday, December 10, 2017. Vintage items range from a 1912 Woodrow Wilson for President portrait campaign pinback to a 1954 Tip Top Comics #186 Tarzan Burn Hogarth printing plate. Modern collectibles include the rare 1996 Bandai/Apple Pippin @World North America Amtrack black keyboard to this week’s stand-out 1999 Bela Lugosi Dracula resign model kit from U W Janus Company.
Next week’s auction will be available for bidding on December 10-17. Keep an eye out for a 1945 Citizenship Booklets bound volume hardcover from Harvey Comics, a 1982 Emmerson Arcadia-2001 console in original packaging, and CGC Marvel Comics 1991 Infinity Gauntlet #1. The links for scheduled listings next week will become available when the auctions start Sunday afternoon.
Last week’s eBay auction ending December 3 had two vintage collectibles of note. The first is a 1932 Republican National Convention GOP wooden elephant figurine that sold for $190 after 15 bids, and the second was a 1948 Ideal Roy Rogers Fix-It Chuck Wagon and Jeep in original packaging which ended at $248 after 28 bids. There were also two store items of note sold during this auction; a Li’l Abner daily comic strip original art by Al Cap June 13 and June 15, 1942 for $250 each.
DIG lists between 450 and 500 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.