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May 2018 Catalogue
British comics, annuals and artwork
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1

The Earl of Beaconsfield (Benjamin Disraeli) cartoons from Punch 1843-1878
A compilation of 104 Punch cartoons featuring Benjamin Disraeli (1878)
With John O'London Weekly No 1 with article by H.G. Wells (1919) and The Reader No 1 (1906) [vg] (3)
No Reserve See illustration

2

The Adventures of Two Dutch Dolls by Florence K Upton (1895) Longmans Green & Co
64 pages
Some scuffing and light soiling to covers. Fresh, cream pages [vg]
£50-70 See illustration

3

Famous Crimes (1900-1901) 58-66
Publ. by Harold Furniss
No 66 with story and centre page spread illustration of gruesome first US death by Electric Chair of William Kemmler in 1889 (It took three attempts)
10 issues trimmed/retrieved from bound volume [vg] (10)
£50-100 See illustration

4

Buster Brown and his dog Tige. At Home (1913) by R.F. Outcault. F.A. Stokes USA,
Rebound in plain covers by W & R Chambers of Edinburgh 62 pp with three further rebound Buster Brown books from 1904 onward
16 x 10 ins. One book has extensive tears and loss to pages 1 and 2 [gd], others [vg+/fn] (4)
£80-120 See illustration

5

The Gem (1923) 21 issues between 778-823
Starring Tom Merry, the Spider of The North and the Boys of St Jim's
Mostly clean white pages, rusty staples, a few [gd], balance [vg-/vg] (21)
£15-20 See illustration

6

Nelson Lee Library (1920) 237-249, (1922-23) 389-414
With Boy's Magazine (1927-28) 287-312
Three bound volumes. Starring The Monacled Man Hunter, Dick Turpin and the boys of St. Frank's. With Japhet and the Arkubs At Sea by J. F. Horrabin fully illustrated including six colour plates [vg/fn] (66)
£60-80 See illustration

7

Union Jack (1925) 1108-1159
Complete year of 'Sexton Blake's own Paper'
Bright covers, some worn spines, rusty staples, some removed. A few [gd], balance [vg-/vg+] (52)
£130-170 See illustration

8

Union Jack 1234 (1927) with White Star Line Visit America pamphlet, Boy's Own Paper pamphlet (1884), Greyfriars Herald No 1 pamphlet (1919) and Magnet 601 (1919) with Robin Hood Library insert
[fn-/fn+] (4)
£40-60 See illustration

9

Magnet 1169 (1930)
With Magnet Album of Test Cricketers complete with all 24 photos for the 1930 Ashes tour including a 21 year old Don Bradman, Jack Hobbs, Harold Larwood, Alan Kippax and Herbert Sutcliffe
Rare. Magnet [gd], Album [vg]
£30-40 See illustration

10

Mickey Mouse Weekly (1936) 1-47
Starring Mickey, Minnie, Donald and the Disney gang. The first photogravure comic
No 1: well worn with clear tape to half of cover [pr], 2: clear tape to spine [gd-], 5, 9-11, 13, 18 split spines [gd], balance issues [gd+/vg] (47)
£100-150 See illustration

11

Mickey Mouse Weekly (1937) 48-99
Complete year including No 66 Walt Disney Coronation cover
No 50 clear taped spine [gd], balance [vg-/vg+] (52)
£200-250 See illustration

12

Mickey Mouse Weekly (1938) 100-152
Complete year with first Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs by Walt Disney (issues 105-124)
[vg-/fn-] (53)
£200-250 See illustration

13

Pictorial Weekly 1609 (1930)
Walt Disney cover and centre page 'Making Mickey Mouse’ article
With free gift Mickey Mouse photo postcard
Comic is trimmed [vg]
£30-40 See illustration

14

Sexton Blake Library (1935-42)
481, 602, 656, 687
With new series 4, 9, 10, 20, 34, 37, 69, 89, 91, 99, 108
Bright covers, a few with rust spots showing through [vg/fn] (15)
£60-80 See illustration

15

Thriller (Jul-Dec 1937) 439-464
In half-year bound volume
Dames Don't Care by Peter Cheyney. Steely adventures by Capt. W E Johns and the Great Knock-Over by Dashiell Hammett
2 issues with worn covers [vg], balance [fn/vfn] (26)
£90-130 See illustration

16

Dandy No 12 (1938)
Good colours, overhang edges have tears and some grubbiness. No loss [gd+]
£70-90 See illustration

17

Dandy No 13 (1938)
Overhang edges have tears and grubbiness. Back cover top corner piece, 3 x 2 ins, torn away [gd]
£60-80 See illustration

18

Dandy No 23, 24 (1938)
[vg-/gd] (2)
No Reserve See illustration

19

Dandy No 30, 31 (1938)
Bright covers, cream/light tan pages [vg/vg-] (2)
£60-80 See illustration

20

Dandy No 32, 33, 34 (1938)
32: Bright colours, small piece out of cover edge, page 13 has well worn, grubby RH overhang margin [gd], No 33: missing pages 13-16 [fr], No 34: first ad (illustrated) for Beano No 1, bright cover, cream/off-white pages with some light grubbiness to edges, horizontal 1 ins spine tear [vg] (3)
No Reserve See illustration

21

Dandy No 36, 37, 38 (1938)
[vg/vg-/vg-] (3)
£80-120 See illustration

22

Dandy (1939) 92-98
Nos 95, 96 have illustrated ads for Beano Book 1 and Dandy Book 2
97 has first 'Paper Shortage' header to cover [gd/vg] (7)
£80-120 See illustration

23

Dandy (1939) 100, 103-107
First propaganda war issues
Desperate Dan declares war on Germany after his tobacco cargo is sunk by Nazi torpedoes
He also: gets awarded the Iron Cross, drinks the Baltic dry - sinks German navy, meets Addie and Hermy in the blackout etc. etc. 107: first Addie and Hermy Nasty Nazis strip, 1st full page Desperate Dan (he deserves it). 'These Blinking Vaccies' strip of Boys & Girls sent to the countryside (meant to be funny...)
107: back cover torn in half (no loss), pages 21, 22 major single tear (no loss) 100, 106, 107 [gd], 103-104 [vg], 105 [vg-] (6)
£120-160 See illustration

24

Dandy (1939) 108 Xmas, 109
108: good colours, one inch margin cover tear, slightly grubby back cover [vg], 109 [vg] (2)
£150-200 See illustration

25

Addie and Hermy original artwork (1940) by Sam Fair for Dandy No 138 Jul 20 1940
Addie and Hermy go fishing and find so many boots they get kicked in jail!
10 x 12 ins. Indian ink on card
£100-130 See illustration

26

Dandy (1941) 163-169, 199
Some grubby covers. No. 163, 164 edge pieces missing, 199 half back cover torn away, these three [fr], 169 [gd], balance [vg-/vg] (8)
No Reserve See illustration

27

Dandy (1941) 171-177
Propaganda war issues. Including April Fool and Easter Numbers
Some grubby covers [gd/vg-] (7)
No Reserve See illustration

28

Dandy (1941) 179-188
Propaganda war issues
Some grubby covers
181 U-Boat surrender cover
181, 185 [gd], balance [vg-/vg] (10)
£80-120 See illustration

29

Dandy 308 (1945) Xmas Fun Number
Bright, fresh covers, cream pages, some minor foxing spots to RH margin [fn]
£150-200 See illustration

30

Dandy (1946) 309-334 Xmas
Complete year in bound volume. Due to war shortages the Dandy was still printed fortnightly
Dudley Watkins started signing his work on Danny Longlegs and Desperate Dan
Some page corners torn away, mostly not affecting stories
Cream/light tan pages, some margin tears
[vg-/vg] (26)
£250-350 See illustration

31

Dandy 334 (1946) Bumper Xmas Number
Bright, fresh covers, cream pages [vfn]
£150-200 See illustration

32

Beano 21 (1938). First Xmas Number
First Pansy Potter by Hugh McNeill and first appearances of Frosty McNab and Good King Coke (He's stony broke)
Bright cover colours with some light foxing, back cover creases and some margin tears. 2 ins lower margin tear to pages 18 and 22. This first Xmas Beano is rare in any condition [vg/vg-]
£650-750 See illustration

33

Beano 301 (1947)
First Wavy Davy and his Navy by Dudley Watkins and Basil Blackaller
Some clear tape to spine and inside cover edge [gd]
With Dandy 684 New Year (1955) some spine wear [vg] (2)
No Reserve See illustration

34

Beano (1948-50)
(1948): 327, 329, 335, 337, 343-345, 351 Xmas; (1949): 352, 354, 360-368, 370; (1950): 397, 399, 402 April Fool, 409, 433 Fireworks, 440 Xmas
Xmas 1949 [vg-], Fireworks 1950 [vg], Xmas 1950 [vg-], balance [fn/fn+] (26)
£120-150 See illustration

35

Beano 388 (1949) Xmas Comic
Bright, fresh covers, cream pages with centre page overhang, minor tears and half-inch lower spine split [fn+]
£80-120 See illustration

36

Magic Comic 72 (1940)
Propaganda war issue. Pete of the Spitfires foils a band of Nazi parachute troops
Gulliver and Peter Piper by Dudley Watkins
Bright covers with some small tears to margin overhang edges [vg]
£40-60 See illustration

37

Oh Boy! (Paget 1948) 3,4, 5, 11, 12
With Dynamic n.n
Starring The Tornado and Stupaman with early issue story art and lettering by Bob Monkhouse
All issues are scarce. No 11 [vg], balance [fn-/fn+] (6)
£90-130 See illustration

38

Wonderman (Paget 1948) 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 8, 10, 12, 13
Starring Mick Anglo's first super-hero character, Wonderman
Whilst No 4 turns up more often, the other issues are scarce [vg/fn] (9)
£130-170 See illustration

39

Extra Fun No 1 (G.G. Swan (1940), Comicolour 2, 3, Coloured Slick Fun 65, New Funnies 1 (taped spine), 20, 42, Scramble No 1, 3, 5 x 2, 14-21, 23-28 and Ally Sloper No 1 (1948)
[gd/vg+] (25)
£70-100 See illustration

40

G.G. Swan Annuals (1940s-early 50s)
Archie 2, Birthday Fun 1948, Comicolour 1948, 1956, Funnies Budget 1 [gd], Kiddy Fun 1947, 1948, Slick Fun 1956 and Cute Fun 1948, 1950, '51, '54-'56
[vg/fn] (14)
£60-80 See illustration

41

Radio Fun (1944) 273-325
Complete year in two bound volumes. Publisher's file copies. Propaganda war issues
Starring Arthur Askey and Richard Murdoch, Inspector Stanley, Tommy Handley, Flanagan and Allen, Our War Heroes. 'Save Waste Paper by the ton to beat the Land of the Rising Sun - save bones and bottles, tins and rag then Hitler will be in the bag!'
[fn/vfn] (53)
£120-160 See illustration

42

Radio Fun (1945) 326-377
Complete year in two bound volumes. Publisher's file copies
Starring Big-Hearted Arthur, Tommy Handley, Flanagan and Allen, Bob Hope and Jerry Colonna ("America's radio stars, on the air from over there!") Jane X and Petula Clark
[fn/vfn] (52)
£120-160 See illustration

43

Super Duper comics (late 1940s Cartoon Art Prod.) 6, 8, 9, 14 (large format, rare), 21 and Super-Duper Special Issue
Dennis M. Reader art.
No 21 taped spine [gd], balance [vg/vg+] (6)
£70-100 See illustration

44

War Comics 1-16 (1940-46) by G.G. Swan
In bound volume
Starring Flip the Frog by D. Lovern West and Back From the Dead by William McCail
Only issues 12-16 have their front covers. Light tan pages [gd/vg]
With Comicolour Album 1948 [fn] and 1949 [vfn] (18)
£90-130 See illustration

45

Beano (1954-56)
(1954): 604, 607, (1955): 12 issues between 671-698, (1956): 8 issues between 719-746
691 [fr], balance [gd/vg-/vg] (22)
No Reserve See illustration

46

Beano 753 Xmas (1956)
[fn-]
£80-120 See illustration

47

Beano 805 Xmas (1957)
Thumb-size piece out of back cover margin [fn]
£80-120 See illustration

48

Broons original artwork (1955) drawn and signed by Dudley Watkins from the Sunday Post 18 September 1955
Paw rushes to meet the Misses Peabody at Auchenbogle and he falls in the river. His young apprentice lends him a suit, a Teddy Boy suit - his family take the mickey but the old ladies love it ...!
Indian ink on cream card. 19 x 15 ins
£350-400 See illustration

49

Oor Wullie original artwork (1961)
Wullie's pa has a friend, Big Bill, coming over from America and he's a big wrestler. The wee lad can now get his own back on the town bullies and picks fights wi' them all. The only problem is Big Bill wrestles steers - not people - Oops!
Indian ink on cream card, some word balloons replaced at DC Thomson studios
19 x 15 ins.

£300-350 See illustration

50

Dandy (1950) 424-475
Complete year in two bound volumes (second volume 445-475 returned to larger format). With Desperate Dan, Danny Longlegs and Jammy Jimmy Johnstone - a boy whose magic touch turns everything to grub!
Bright covers, cream pages. 424: cover neatly reattached in binding process, 442: 1/3 of a page torn away to two interior pages, 437: two interior pages with long tears neatly repaired (no loss). These three issues [vg-/vg], balance 49 issues [fn-/fn+] (52)
£650-750 See illustration

51

Dandy (1950-52)
(1950): 426-428, 430, 435, 444, 455, 456, 466, 471. (1951): 478, 479, 481, 482, 485, 492, 494-496, 526. (1952): 528 New Year, 533, 534, 549
[vg-/vg] (24)
£80-110 See illustration

52

Dandy (1953-61)
(1953): 5 issues between 603-622. (1954): 15 issues between 643-670. (1955): 5 issues between 690-734. (1956): 5 issues between 738-771. (1958): 13 issues between 845-891. (1959): No 915 and (1961): 1010 April Fool, 1011
5 issues [gd], 4 issues [fn], balance [vg-/vg+] (46)
No Reserve See illustration

53

Black Magic (1950s Arnold Book Co) 1, 11, 15
Cover art and some stories by Jack Kirby. Other illustrations by Crandall, Disbrow and Kamen
No 1 crudely taped spine with lower cover pieces missing [fr-gd], 11 [vg], 15 [fn-] (3)
£30-40 See illustration

54

Bulletman 10 (1951), Buccaneers 4, Blue Bolt 19, Boy's Fun 7, 12, 19, Flash Gordon US issue pence copies: 2, 4, 5 x 2, 6, 7, 8 x 2, 9 x 2, 11, Plastic Man 2, 5, Robin Hood 3, 4, School Girl 1, Secrets of Love 13, Smash Comics 7 with Flying Captain Marvel, Captain Marvel Annual 1953 and Captain Marvel Jr 40
[vg/fn] (27)
£70-100 See illustration

55

Captain Marvel Adventures Australian reprints (1950s) 5, 7, 10
With Captain Marvel Jr 2, 3, 4, 5
Three issues with insect chew edges [fr/gd+] (7)
No Reserve See illustration

56

Master Comics (L. Miller 1950-51) 53-70
Starring Captain Marvel Jr, Nyoka and Tom Mix
No 70 [gd], balance [vg/vg+] (18)
£50-70 See illustration

57

Whiz Comics (1950s)
66-68, 71, 73, 76, 79, 88, 94, 101, 104
With Marvel Family (1950s) 65, 67, 68
In four bound volumes
[vg+/fn] (14)
£70-90 See illustration

58

Whiz (1950s L Miller)
91, 103, 104, 106, 108, 117, 120, 124
[vg/vg+] (8)
£35-45 See illustration

59

6d Mix (1950s)
Master Comics 122, Red Comet 2, Sergeant O'Brien 54, Strong Man 2
[vg] (4)
No Reserve See illustration

60

Marvelman (1954-56)
36 [vg-], 102-104, 106, 142, 146, 151, 164-166
[fn-/fn+] (12)
£80-120 See illustration

61

Marvelman At War 213 (1957)
With Marvelman (1950s) 227, 228, 233, 235, 247, 253, 256, 267, 274
No 267 [vg-], balance [vg/fn-] (10)
£70-90 See illustration

62

Marvelman Magic painting book (1955)
The Magician, The Giant Flower
With Young Marvelman Magic painting book (1955) In Space, The Reindeer
12 pgs, card covers, painting not done
Bright covers, some staple discolouration
[fn-/fn] (4)
£50-70 See illustration

63

Young Marvelman (1954-56)
31, 32, 44, 85, 93, 108-111, 119, 120, 123, 124, 127
[vg+/fn/fn+] (14)
£70-100 See illustration

64

British Super-Heroes (1950s)
Captain Universe 1, 2 (Arnold Book Co), Red Flash (Philmar, red cover variant) and Rocket 1, 2
All [vg] (5)
£40-60 See illustration

65

1950s adventure reprints: Captain Vigour 5, Cave Girl 6, Thunda 5, Jungle 1, No 2 x 2, Latest Comics 3, Hot Rod Comics 2, 3, 4 x 2, 5, Speed Kings 19, True Life Adventures 18, True Life Romances 3, 12
With Down With Crime 51, Mike Barnett 55, Justice Traps the Guilty 29, 33, Mr District Attorney 7
A few [gd], balance [vg/vg+] (21)
£45-65 See illustration

66

Fans' Star Library (1958-60)
2, 4, 11, 13, 24, 26-28, 33, 38, 42, 43, 54
Starring Elvis x 2, Marlon Brando, Ava Gardner, Jayne Mansfield, Cliff and the Everly Brothers (last issue)
[vg/fn+] (13)
£60-80 See illustration

67

Mickey Mouse Weekly (1952) Jan 5 - Aug 16 unbroken run [fn/vfn]
With June 2 1945 Victory Number [vg+] (34)
£60-80 See illustration

68

Picture Epics 1-4 (1952 G.G. Swan)
Titles: Back from the Dead, Old Hooky Buccaneer, Space Conquerors and Ah Wong versus The Cobra.
Our research concludes that there were only these four 52 pg issues in the run. They are scarce. No 1: taped interior spine [vg-], balance [vg/fn] (4)
£80-120 See illustration

69

The Saint (Thorpe & Porter 1950s) 1, 2
[vg/vg+] (2)
£15-25 See illustration

70

Space/Adventure/Western Mix (1950s)
Star-Rocket 3, Captain Valiant 56-59 (59 [gd]), Biggles 10 [gd], Charlie Chan 3, Dick Weston 12, 17, King Comics 4, 10, 7
Balance 10 issues [vg/fn] (12)
£40-60 See illustration

71

Space Kingley and The Secret Squadron (1954) with dustjacket
With (1940s) Big Slide comic, Atomic comic, Dynamic, Jolly Fun-Ray and Merry Madcap
[vg+/fn] (6)
£25-35 See illustration

72

T.V. Comic (1952-55)
18, 24, 27, 29, 31-33, 139, 213, 217, 228
With T.V. Fun (1953-58) 2-5 (trimmed) [gd], 15 Xmas, 173 New Year, 225 New Year and 276 Xmas
[vg/vg+] (19)
£40-50 See illustration

73

Commando At War (1954)
30 pg giveaway booklet (from Adventure No 1551, 1954) featuring training, detailed illustrations of weapons and kit and the Commandos' daring deeds of WWII when six of their number were awarded the Victoria Cross For Valour
Cover art by Dudley Watkins
This was probably the prototype for D.C. Thomson's hugely successful Commando War Stories in Pictures series in 1961
8 x 5.5 ins. Rare, especially in this grade [vfn]
£70-90 See illustration

74

Commando War Stories In Pictures No 1 (1961) D.C. Thomson
'Walk - Or Die!' Good front cover with back cover scrapes, cream pages [vg]
£250-300 See illustration

75

Crime Buster featuring Johnnie Hazard (WDL 1959) 1, 2, 3
With Detective (L Miller 1959) 1-4, 6, 7
[vg/fn] (9)
£40-60 See illustration

76

Hunter Keene (Atlas, Australia early 1950s) 1 [fn], 2
With Sea Hound 1, 2 and Vic Flint Private Eye (New Century, Australia) 1-6
[vg/vg+] (10)
£60-80 See illustration

77

Manhunt (WDL 1959) 1-6 featuring Secret Agent X-9
[fn-/vfn] (6)
£40-60 See illustration

78

Streamline Crime + (1950s)
Real Clue Crime Stories: 7 unnumbered issues reprinting the US covers between # 47-55
With Special Agent Mike Donovan 50, Spectacular Stories, Startling Detective, True Police No 1, Underworld, Pretty Boy Floyd and Mind Over Murder
[vg/fn-] (14)
£60-80 See illustration

79

Streamline Funnies No 1s (1950s)
Casper 1, Little Aspirin 1, Popeye 1 (WDL), Romeo Tubbs 1, Wonder Duck 1
Wonder Duck [vg], balance [fn-/fn] (5)
£30-40 See illustration

80

War and Western collection + (1950s)
Battle 1, Battle Ground n.n., Battle Squadron n.n., Commander Battle and the Atomic Sub n.n., Biggles 4, Crack Action 3, Marines in Action n.n., Moby Dick n.n., Authentic Police Cases n.n. [gd-], Classics Illustrated 149, Dell Movie Classics 1148, Kona 7, Marked For Murder 2, 3, 5, 6, 3-D Dolly 1 (with Magic Specs), Toka Jungle King 7, Crack Western n.n., Hopalong Cassidy 58, 59, 61, 62, Indian Fighter n.n., Pirates n.n., Roy Roger’s Trigger 1, 2, Straight Arrow 2 (clear taped spine), Tex Ritter 52, Tom Mix 61, Western War Comic 6, Wild Bill Hickock 14
A few issues [gd], balance [vg/fn] (32)
£70-100 See illustration

81

American Eagle (Atlas, Sydney 1950s) 1, 2, 4, 5, 8
With Red Warrior (Jubilee, Sydney) 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 8
[vg-/vg+] (11)
£40-60 See illustration

82

Cowboy Comics/Library (1950s)
141, 142, 144, 145, 147, 150-155
Starring Kit Carson and Buck Jones
Bright covers with some rust spots showing through [vg/fn] (12)
£50-70 See illustration

83

Cowboy Comics/Library (1950s)
165, 179, 183, 187, 195, 201, 202, 205, 206, 209, 210, 213, 214, 217-219, 231, 239, 247, 251
Bright covers, some rust spots showing through
A few
[vg], balance [fn-fn] (20)
£100-140 See illustration

84

Hooded Rider (1950s) 11, 21, 22, 26
With Gunsmoke Western 6, 7, 23 and Straight Arrow 14
[vg-/fn-] (8)
£35-45 See illustration

85

Kid Colt Outlaw (1950s Atlas/Jenson Book Co) 11-20
Joe Maneely, Russ Heath cover art
[vg/vg+] (10)
£50-70 See illustration

86

L Miller Cowboys (1950s)
Rocky Lane 91-100, Lash Larue Western 80-83, 85, 87-91 and Gabby Hayes Western 68-71, 73, 75
[vg/fn] (26)
£80-120 See illustration

87

L Miller Cowboys 2 (1950s)
Cowboy Action 11, 12, Dan'l Boone 3, Gabby Hayes Western 79, Rocky Lane 105, Tom Mix 78, 79, Two-Gun Kid 10, Western Kid 9, 10
[vg-/fn] (10)
£40-60 See illustration

88

Ranger (1950s D. Peters) 23-44
With Western Comic Album 2 and Indian Warriors Album (both G.G. Swan)
4 Ranger issues [gd], balance [vg/fn] (14)
£50-70 See illustration

89

Tom Mix Western (L. Miller 1951) 61-74
[vg/fn/vfn] (14)
£60-80 See illustration

90

Western Picture Library (1958-60) C. Arthur Pearson
4, 7, 8, 11, 18, 23, 25-28, 32, 33
[vg/vg+] (12)
£50-70 See illustration

91

Wild Western (Transport Publ, Sydney 1950s) 1-4, Apache Kid 1 (Horwitz, Sydney), Apache Kid 1, Giant Western Gunfighters 1, Frontiersman 1, King of the Wild Frontier 1, Dan'l Boone 1, Western Kid 1
3 issues [gd], balance [vg] (11)
£40-60 See illustration

92

Alan Class/L. Miller (1960s-70s)
Astounding Stories 28 (with certificate), Suspense 121, 123, Creepy Worlds 37, 38 (with certificate), 65, 82, 121, 136, Secrets of The Unknown 30, Sinister Tales 104, 108, Uncanny Tales 91, Mystic 59, 61, Justice Traps The Guilty 35, Marked For Murder 5 and coverless Amazing Spider-Man # 76 reprint
Astounding Stories 28 [vfn], balance [vg/fn] (18)
No Reserve See illustration

93

A Class/L Miller low grade square bound reprints (1960s-70s)
Astounding Stories 44, 45, 62, Creepy Worlds 85, 106, 130 220, Secrets of the Unknown 85, 104, 218, Sinister Tales 70, 71, 87, Suspense 110, Uncanny Tales 39, 43, 51, 55, Weird Planets 9, 15, Avengers 1 (TV series), Flash Gordon 1, 2, 4, Manhunt 1, Mark Tyme 1, Mystic 42, Spellbound 3, Zombie 3 and Out of This World 8 (US issue 1958) [vg+]
With 12 assorted titles including All Worlds Annual, Frankenstein (AP), Miracle Man, Race For The Moon and Spectre 3, 4
Many Ditko stories
Mainly rolled, worn spines [fr-gd/gd/vg) (42)
No Reserve See illustration

94

Batman Double Double Comics 1 (1960s)
Comprising Batman 186, 188, 189, 196
With No 2 comprising Batman 181 (1st Poison Ivy and Poster), 183, Strange Tales 156 and Teen Titans 5
And Detective Double Double Comics 1 comprising Detective 352, 357, 358, 359 (1st Batgirl)
Bound together by Thorpe and Porter, each book contains four remaindered US issues without their covers [fn+/vg/vg] (3)
£40-60 See illustration

95

Battler Britton Book 2 (1961) Fleetway
253 pages, 122 with fully illustrated Battler Britton adventures
Faded spine [vg]
With TV Century 21 Annual (1967) with narrow piece torn away from pg 45 margin [fn-] (2)
No Reserve See illustration

96

Beezer (1960-69) 79 issues between 247-722
1960 x 2, 1961 x 19, 1962 x 9 incl Xmas, 1963 x 5, 1964 x 16 incl
Xmas, 1965 x 2, 1969 x 23 and 1978 Xmas
30 issues [gd], balance [vg/fn] (79)
£160-220 See illustration

97

Fantastic (1967) 1-8
No 1 reprints US Iron Man 1 and X-Men 1
Bright covers, cream/off-white pages with rusty staples
Nos 3, 4
[vg], balance [fn-/fn] (8)
£40-60 See illustration

98

POW! (1967-68)
1, 4, 6, 7, 9-17, 21-24, 32-36, 39, 40, 42, 52, 59, 68, 74
Amazing Spider-Man reprints
10 later issues [vg-/vg+], balance 19 issues [fn-/vfn] (29)
£90-130 See illustration

99

Flash 1-5 (1960s Top Sellers) Squarebound compilations of Flash, Wonder Woman and space stories Nos 3 and 5 from first series, nos 1, 2 and 4 from second series.
[gd/fn+/vg/fn-/gd] (5)
£40-60 See illustration

100

Jackie Magazine (1967) 177-208 unbroken run including Whitsun and Xmas Specials.
Cathy & Claire's Problem page, Pete Lennon's pop gossip, Samantha's letters page, Sally's Scene. Beatles, Beach Boys, Move, Kinks, Procol Harum full page photos and stories
with articles on all the latest groovy clubs and fab boutiques [vg+/fn] (32)
£300-350 See illustration

101

Spellbound Album (1964) L. Miller
UK b+w reprints of Marvel/Atlas titles with artwork by Kirby, Ayers and Sinnott and
Tales To Astonish #14 front cover
Bright fresh covers with bumped top corners [fn-]
£20-30 See illustration

102

Tiger (1960) Jan 2 - 25 June
In half year bound volume
Starring Rockfist Rogan, Jet-Ace Logan, Olac the Gladiator and The Mystery Menace from the Sea
Bright covers, cream pages with darker edges. Some wear to outer volume. Comics [fn-/fn+] (26)
£80-120 See illustration

103

TV Century 21 (1965-69) 1-215 with 242 last issue
No 1 wfg Special Agent Identicode card
TV Century 21 achieved iconic status during the 1960s with many of the comic's legendary characters as popular now as they were 50 years ago. This was largely due to the influence and deployment of the finest comics illustrators of their day. Frank Bellamy and Don Harley drew Thunderbirds, Mike Noble and Don Lawrence took turns at Fireball XL5 and Rons Embleton and Turner drew The Daleks, Stingray and Captain Scarlet. Even Dan Dare's legendary creator, Frank Hampson illustrated Lady Penelope in issues 40-45.
No 1 has bright cover with small margin piece missing, some spine wear and minor edge tears [vg] No 1 free gift has Secret Agent's neat name and address.
No 109 has 5 x 1" narrow top margin strip torn away from back and front covers [gd], No 134 has 7 x 3" back cover competition cut-out [vg-], Earlier issues [vg/fn]balance 140 + issues [fn-/vfn] (216)
£800-1,200 See illustration

104

Beano (1974) 1642-1693
Complete year
No 1678 Dennis and Gnasher first front cover, May 4 and 11th both numbered '1659
With Dandy (1971-73) 18 issues between 1529-1673
[vg/fn+] (70)
No Reserve See illustration

105

Sinister Tales (1970s Alan Class)
65, 66, 72, 75, 77, 80, 84 (reprints Tales of Suspense 39: 1st Iron Man), 87, 88, 94-97, 100, 102, 107, 109, 110, 113-115, 120, 122, 123, 132, 143, 149, 157, n.n. Lee, Ditko, Kirby, Ayers reprints
A few [vg], balance [fn/vfn+] (29)
£90-120 See illustration

106

TV Tornado No 1 (1967), TV 21 & Joe 90 No 1 (1969), Joe 90 No 1 (1969), Avengers No 1 with Avengers EP and sleeve (Laurie Johnson Orchestra), and Avengers Theme EP (Johnnie Dankworth Orchestra) and Man from UNCLE n.n. (1965 Rosnick, Sydney Australia)
[vg/vg+] (7)
£80-120 See illustration

107

2000 AD (1977)
8, 9, 12 x 2, 13 x 2, 15, 17 x 2, 19, 20, 25
Progs 9, 13 [vg], balance [fn/vfn] (12)
£30-40 See illustration

108

Vulcan (1975) 1-7, 9-11
With Super DC (1969) 1, 2 [vg+]
Vulcans have price stickers to covers (vg/fn] (12)
£50-70 See illustration

109

Charley's War three original artworks by Joe Colquhoun (signed to page 1) from Battle 601 and 602 (1980)
Charley's platoon raids the Jerry tunnel in no-man's-land but his sniper nemesis has evaded the battle and is waiting …
Three artworks 17 x 15 ins each (3)
£1,200-1,500 See illustration

110

Warrior (1982-85) 1-19, 21-26
With Marvelman Special No 1
Dez Skinn's Warrior harnessed the greatest UK artists and writers of their generation including Alan Moore, Mick Anglo, Jim Baikie, Brian Bolland, John Bolton, Steve Dillon, Dave Gibbons, Cam Kennedy, Garry Leach and Don Lawrence
Seminal strips included V for Vendetta, Big Ben, Axel Pressbutton, Shandor and Marvelman
No 1 with some front cover foxing [vg+], balance [fn+/vfn] (26)
£60-80 See illustration

111

Dan Dare original artwork drawn and signed by Don Harley from Spaceship Away 7 (2005)
This episode 9 page 1 artwork is the only splash page produced by Don for the Phoenix Mission/Green Nemesis stories
Bright fresh colours, gouache on board 21 x 16 ins
£500-600 See illustration


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