With its latest Focused Auction beginning on Wednesday, October 16, 2019, ComicLink is busy accepting consignments for their final auction of 2019, the Fall Featured Auction (starting November 19). This blockbuster auction is already building up to be one of their biggest of the year, including a wide range of valuable certified comic books and comic and fantasy-related original artwork. The firm is also accepting consignments for upcoming ComicLink and CertifiedLink.com auctions taking place in early 2020.
ComicLink categories include comic books and original artwork. CertifiedLink categories include certified coins and currency, trading cards (sports, magic, and others), WATA-certified video games, as well as other certified and authenticated memorabilia. A preview of the CertifiedLink Auction beginning on Wednesday, October 16, is available on their website. To reserve auction placement, email email@example.com, call the sales team at (617) 517-0062 (option 1), or reach out to a sales consultant (Josh Nathanson, Douglas Gillock, Jason Crosby, Jon Signorelli or Ross Kearney). Upfront cash advances are available upon receipt of consignments.
Among the Fall Featured Auction comic book consignments are Incredible Hulk #1 (first Hulk and origin) CGC 7.5, Amazing Spider-Man #1 (second Spider-Man, first Jameson) CGC 8.5, #12 (third Doc Ock) CGC 9.6 and #13 (first Mysterio) CGC 9.4, Strange Tales #110 (first Doctor Strange) CGC 9.0 Signature Series Stan Lee, Iron Man #1 CGC 9.8, Showcase #4 (first Silver Age Flash and origin) CGC 4.0, X-Men #1 (first X-Men and Magneto) CGC 7.5, #2 (second X-Men) CGC 9.4, and #4 (first Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver) CGC 9.4, Fantastic Four #2 (first Skrulls) CGC 9.0, #5 (first Doctor Doom) CGC 8.0, and #48 (first Silver Surfer and Galactus) CGC 9.6, Tales of Suspense #39 (first Iron Man and origin) CGC 5.0, #52 (first Black Widow) CGC 9.4 and #57 (first Hawkeye), and Avengers #1 (first Avengers) CGC 8.0 and #4 (first Silver Age Captain America) CGC 9.2.
Among the original art consignments to the Featured Auction are the Todd McFarlane/Greg Capullo cover to Spawn #26 and a McFarlane page from Amazing Spider-Man #300 featuring Mary Jane stripping; the Bernie Wrightson cover to The Conan Reader; a prime era Jim Starlin “Thanos Saga” page from Captain Marvel #29 (1973) featuring the origin of the father of Thanos, Mentor; a Jim Lee splash from Superman #204 featuring a huge image of the Man of Steel; and two Alex Ross covers. Much more are visible within the auction preview and there are a lot of incoming items.
ComicLink’s auction schedule, Comic Book Exchange, and Comic Art Exchange are available on ComicLink.com.