Last week Diamond International Galleries had two big sales on eBay. A 1965 Kellogg’s Frosted Sugar Stars Famous Folklore Folks cereal box flat sold for $255 after an impressive 49 bids and a limited edition 2000 DC Direct Bottled City of Kandor prop replica ended at $264 with 14 bids.

This week DIG has a delightful selection of pop culture and vintage collectibles currently in their weekly eBay auction ending Sunday, January 13, 2019. This auction features rare original art by Martin Handford (the artist of Where’s Waldo), a limited edition EC Fan-Addict-Club 50th Anniversary Fear-Year club kit #83, and the first comic book appearance of Harley Quinn in Batman Adventures #12 CGC 7.5. This auction also features a run of Edgar Rice Burroughs Ballentine trade paperbacks, a variety of graphic novels from DC (many of which are Batman titles) and Marvel, as well as several CGC-graded comics.

They are presently selecting collectibles for their next eBay auction which will be available for bidding on January 13-20. This week’s Scoop-exclusive sneak peek is at a 1931 Amos ‘n’ Andy Fresh Air Taxicab die-cut Pepsodent Store standee, 1951 Popular Comics Christmas Card box set, Marvel Comics 1969 X-Men #61, and 1994 Star Wars vehicle blueprint portfolio. Expect a variety of comic books across the ages and graphic novels from Marvel, DC, and Dark Horse, as well as Marvel magazines. The links for these items will become available when the auction goes live on Sunday.

DIG lists over 300 items in weekly eBay auctions through their DIG Auctions eBay marketplace, 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 as low as 99¢.

Diamond International Galleries is the headquarters for an almost limitless array of comics, original comic art, posters, animation cels 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.