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Our star UK item is a good copy of the first Beano Book from 1940. It has some worn hinges and is a complete, robust example. Complementing the annual are early Beano and Dandy comics including Christmas issues with stand-out complete years of Dandy from 1949 and Beano from 1950, general grades [fn/vfn]. 1950s British and Australian reprints are strongly represented with Buster Crabbe, Batman, Black Magic, Charlie Chan, Kid Colt, Lone Rider, Masked Marvel, Redskin and scarce New Zealand title, Supreme Feature comics, all vying for attention.
The first Topper Picture Book in high grade is at lot 107 and we have a fresh 15-issue run of Jackie magazine from 1967. Artwork includes The Broons, Oor Wullie, Keyhole Kate and 2 magnificent lots of Charley’s War illustrated by Joe Colquhoun.
Our US collection starts with a fabulous early run of Golden Age Batman comics most in lower affordable grades. All are at No Reserve. They are joined by a fresh copy of Green Lantern’s All-American 55, Human Torch 27, Seven Seas 1, Sensation 40, Showcase 8 and Zago 4.
The Silver Age section includes Amazing Spider-Man 20 with arch enemy Scorpion debut, now being touted as the new villain in the 2019 Spider-Man sequel, along with long runs of Avengers, Batman, Cap America, Daredevil, Hulk, Journey Into Mystery and X-Men. Included in these titles are 30 CGC editions, again, all at No Reserve. However, if you really want more bang for your buck you must check out lot 86 where Dan Dare’s Space Pistol patiently awaits - but you’ll have to get your own caps.
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