Diamond International Galleries (DIG) continues to offer a diverse selection of pop culture and vintage collectibles in their weekly eBay auction ending Sunday, March 18, 2018. Collectibles currently at auction features a 1947 Daredevil #41 original cover proof by Lev Gleason and Charles Brio, a lot of Archer Spacemen slot hand hard plastic figurines, and a 1989 The Emergency Companion A History of the Television Series by Jim Page.

Next week’s auction will be available for bidding on March 18-25, and will feature a 1921 George Barbier painting L’Oiseau Cheri (The Darling Bird). Similar paintings by the French Art Deco illustrator have sold for more than $2,000 at auction. There will also be a Diamond Select Toys Monty Python and the Holy Grail Sir Robin prototype action figure. The links for scheduled listings will become available next week when the auctions start Sunday afternoon.

Last week’s auction ending March 11 had several video game collectibles and one vintage collectible of note. An empty box for a 1989 NEC PC Engine SUPERGRAFX console system sold for $202 after 21 bids, a 1967 Hanna-Barbera Magilla Gorilla bubble bath bottle sold for $222 after 11 bids, a Nintendo Panasonic Q GameQ Gamecube console system fetched $335 after 12 bids, and an empty box for a 1994 Sega Genesis CDX console system ended at $965 after 55 bids.

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.