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September 2017 Results

British comics, annuals & artwork

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Note: Prices Realised include 16% Buyer's Premium.

1

Comic Cuts/Chips (1902-03) Comic Cuts (Mar-Jun 1902) 617-633 and (Jan-Jun 1903) 660-685
In two bound vols incl Edward VII and Queen Alexandra Coronation number with some Boer War propaganda editor's letters, 4 pg competition flyer and 'Free' Piano and Bicycle flyers. With Illustrated Chips (Jul-Dec 1902) 618-643. In bound volume with Weary Willie and Tired Tim and antics in Casey Court
3 volumes [fn+/vfn+] (69)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £127

2

The Bonzo Book being the Fourth Studdy Dogs portfolio (1923) published by The Sketch magazine. Illustrated card covers with complete 16 colour plates and one extra framed plate from 1922 of George Studdy's cheery, cheeky canine. With Bonzo's third Annual 1937
Some back cover scratches [vg+] and Bonzo Story Book (1943) [fn-]
The Studdy portfolio has worn card covers with 17 [fn] plates
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: U/S

3

Merry & Bright (Jul-Dec 1922) 274-300
In half-year bound volume. Publisher's file copies. Starring The Shirkwork Brothers, Sexton Hyde and His Four Girl Detectives
[fn/vfn] (27)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £56

4

Modern Boy (1928) 1-20
In bound volume with Issue 1 free gift King George V GWR express engine in coloured tinplate. 'How I broke the Record' by Malcolm Campbell and 'New York - Non Stop!'
[fn/vfn] (20)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £185

5

Puck (1917-1938) 28 issues between 652-1785 including Easter, Whitsun and Boat Race numbers and Xmas 1923, 1924
11 issues [vg/vg+], balance [vfn]
With Rainbow (1917-38) 16 issues between 161-1292 including Summer Holiday Number and Xmas 1935
[vg/fn-] (44)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £64

6

Mickey Mouse low grade Annuals:
1930 (No 1), 1932, 1934, 1935, 1936, 1937. No 1 with photocopy dust cover. Mostly amateur replaced spines, some facsimile pages, two annuals with frontispiece colour plates missing [fr/gd]. With Eb' and Flo' Annual 1939 [gd], Flip The Frog Annual (1930) with replaced spine [gd], Felix Annual (1928) [vg-] (9)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £156

7

A Trip with Mickey Mouse (1936) Birn Bros. Bright boards, cream pages, three colour plates, no dedication [fn-]
With Felix Annual (1928). Replaced spine, worn back board [vg-] (2)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £133

8

Bullseye (Jan-Oct 1933) 105-143
In worn bound volume. Thrilling Detective Stories. Starring The Black Vulture, The House of Thrills and The Curse of Atlantis
[fn-/fn] (39)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £127

9

Champion/Skipper/Wizard (1930s-50s). Champion (1949-52) 24 issues between 1429-1605, Skipper (1938-40) 8 issues between 426-503, Wizard 1940 x 5 issues and Adventure 802 (1937)
[vg/fn+] (39)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £53

10

Skipper (1930-31) 1-30
In bound volume with loose issues: 34, 39, 41, 44, 45, 48-56, then 57-69 in second bound volume incl Xmas. No 1 with worn cover and facsimile pg 3/4 [fr],
balance
[vg-/fn-] (57)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £156

11

Skipper (1932-34)
71, 72, 75, 77, 90 with 96-108 in bound volume then 114, 118, 119 Xmas, 120, 121, 136, 137, 142-146, 151, 152 with 153-183 in bound volume
Loose comics some with edge brittleness
[gd-/vg-], bound volumes [vg/fn-] (63)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £102

12

Gem (July 1936-Jun 1938) 1481-1584 in four bound volumes including May 1937 Coronation Number. Stories of Billy Bunter, Harry Wharton, The Toff, St Jim's and Greyfriars
Some issues with taped edges and torn away corners [gd], balance mostly [vg/fn+] (104)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £104

13

King Kong original film brochure (1933), Star Films No 1 with cover label for the Commodore Theatre, Hammersmith, September 11 1933 (Two other copies known to exist). 8 pg monochome 10.5 x 7.5
[vg+]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £156

14

Picture Post (1938-39) 55 issues between Vol 1: No 4 - Vol 5: No 13 and 5 issues of LIFE magazine. Britain prepares for war. Mostly fresh covers with rusty staples. A few [gd], balance [vg/fn-] (60)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £133

15

Picture Post (1941-45) 120 propaganda war issues between Vol 13: No 3 - Vol 29: No 13 and 4 later 1940s issues. Britain at war
Mostly fresh covers with rusty staples. A few [gd], balance [vg/fn-] (120)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £232

16

Tiger Tim's Weekly (1935-39) 42 issues between 721 and 944 (Xmas 1939) with 3 issues from the 1920s
A few [vg], balance [fn-/fn+] (45)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £81

17

Triumph (Jul-Dec 1931) 350-375
In half-year bound volume. Publisher's file copies. With free gift Transfers from issues 374 and 375 Xmas [fn/vfn] (26)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £98

18

WAGS Tarzan cover colour guide (1930s) from Iger Studios
WAGS was a British/Australian weekly that reprinted US comics. They were known for commissioning new work by Will Eisner's Eisner-Iger Studios
The line art is printed on paper then hand coloured as a guide for the printer. Rare.
10 x 14 ins
[vg]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £203

19

Beano Comic No 1 (1938) with Beano No 1 and No 2 Flyer 8 pg mini comic. Introducing Big Eggo, Lord Snooty, Little Peanut and Tin-Can Tommy
The front cover has 6 x 2 ins piece torn away and light stamp ' Eire 1d Extra' to top cover. Light tan pages [gd]. Flyer has one page cut along its dotted cut lines
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £1,717

20

Beano 74 (Dec 23 1939) Xmas Number. Propaganda war issue. Daddy Neptune spikes Hitler, Wild Boy of the Woods steals Nazi Christmas dinner!
Bright cover with pen marks to lower margin. Some tears to margins and interior pages. 1" margin piece missing from centre page not affecting stories [vg-]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £261

21

Beano 100 (1940). Propaganda war issue. Wild Boy's armoured bears tackle the Nazi paratroopers
Bright covers, creamy-white pages [fn+]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £319

22

Beano (1941) 157-162, 164-167 and 223 (1944). Propaganda war issues
Low grade well worn reading copies, some tape repairs, some brittle edges. 164, 167 with pages missing [pr/fr] (11)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £180

23

Beano (1942) 172, 175, 177-182, 189-191Propaganda war issues
Well worn reading copies, some tape repairs, some trimmed edges, some brittle edges. With 175: missing pages also 182, 191 [pr], 177 Easter: [fr], balance [fr/gd] (11)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £157

24

Beano (1942) 184, 186
Propaganda war issues. Churchill thanks Lord Snooty for capturing Hitler
Bright covers, RH edge trim, potential brittleness [gd] (2)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £87

25

Beano 195 (Dec 19 1942)
Propaganda Xmas issue with Musso the Wop, Pansy Potter captures Nazi spies and Waste Paper ad: 'Jerry won't be merry this Xmas if you do your bit!'
Bright covers, cream pages [vfn-]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £371

26

Beano (1944)
224-226, 228-234
Propaganda war issues. 225: The Dandy's Desperate Dan appears with Pansy Potter who kicks him back to his own comic. 229: Pansy Potter front cover with Big Eggo
228: centre page spread missing [fr], balance bright covers, some wear to RH edges
[vg/vg+] (10)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £360

27

Beano (1944) 236-246, 248
Propaganda war issues. First Strang The Terrible comic strip by Dudley Watkins. 244: Hitler hanged in Save Paper ad: 'Pile up Waste Paper by the ton - that's the way to squash the Hun!'
Bright covers, some pin holes to spines (retrieved from bound volume) [vg/fn-] (12)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £232

28

Beano 247 (1944) Xmas Issue
Bright cover, two horizontal ¼ ins spine tears. Some edge wear [vg]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £417

29

Beano original front cover printer's proofs (1946) 295, 296, 297, 298
Deep, bright colours [fn/vfn] (4)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £81

30

Beano 388 Xmas Comic (1949)
Bright cover witih top margin biro number (also to back cover and 2 interior pages) and '1p extra' light stamp denoting Irish export copy [vg]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £46

31

Magic-Beano Book (1946)
Koko leap-frogs Big Eggo
Colour touched, re-tightened spine
[apparent vg-]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £243

32

Magic-Beano Book (1947)
Big Eggo swallows the cricket ball
Overall general wear to complete boards and spine. Two dedications, cream/light tan pages [vg-]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £145

33

Magic-Beano Book (1949)
Maxi's Taxi
Colour touched, re-tightened spine
[apparent vg]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £42

34

Dandy Low Grades (1938-42) 42, 44, 54, 63, 64, 68-70, 77, 83, 89, 91, 97, 107 Xmas, 121, 142, 164, 170, 172, 175, 189, 201-203, 229
11 issues with missing pages (42, 54, 63, 64, 83, 91, 97, 107 Xmas, 121, 164, 172). A few [gd], balance [pr/fr] (25)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £301

35

Dandy (1939-41) 80, 81, 92, 93, 100, 112, 115, 122, 123, 125, 128, 131, 136, 140, 148, 156, 158, 173, 178, 183, 199
10 issues with RH edge trim [gd/vg-] (21)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £533

36

Dandy (1944) 257-260, 262-266, 268-271, 273-276, 278, 282 Xmas
Issues 258, 260, 274, 282 Xmas [fr], balance [gd/vg] (19)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £533

37

Dandy Monster Comic (1944)
Goalie Korky
Worn boards and spine with restored edges and corners all colour touched in
[apparent vg-]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £243

38

Dandy (1948) 360-385
Complete year, published fortnightly
Brave Young Black-Hoof and Danny Longlegs returns, both by Dudley Watkins
Issues 360, 367 heavily taped spines [fr], 385 Xmas [gd], balance [gd/vg] (26)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £230

39

Dandy (1949) 386-423
Complete year, published fortnightly until the end of June, then weekly once more
Issue 387 missing page 8/9 [fr], a few [vg], balance [gd-/vg-] (38)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £440

40

Ally Sloper 1 (1948). Curly's Comic, Fizz 1, Panto Playtime, Pillar Box 1, Merry-Go-Round 3, 4 (Bill Holroyd cover art), Merry Maker n.n., Merry Maker Xmas, Merry Maker 3, Children's Rocket, Zip Bang Comic [vg+/fn+] (11)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £70

41

Film Fun (1948-57)
31 issues between 1479-1942
Starring Laurel & Hardy, George Formby and Tommy Cooper
[fn-/fn+] (31)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £70

42

Hotspur War Years (1941-45)
Propaganda war issues 398, 416-433, (incl 427 Xmas 1941), 448, 472, 491, 531 Xmas, 532 [vg-/vg+] (24)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £75

43

Jingles/Chips/Wonder (1940s-50s). Jingles (1947-50) x 19 issues, Chips (1951-53) x 24 issues and Wonder (1948-49) x 16 issues with 2 x Tip Top and, 1 Playbox, T.V. Fun 43 and Mickey Mouse Weekly Xmas 1952
[vg+/fn/vfn] (64)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £110

44

Knock-Out (1939) 2, 4, 7
Starring Sexton Blake double page picture serial, Stone Age Kit and Billy Bunter
Bright covers, rusty staples, cream pages. No 2: one inch piece missing from pg 7 by spine [vg+], 4 [vg+], 7 [vg] (3)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £99

45

Knock-Out (1939-40)
12, 18, 23, 30-33, 70
No 70 [fr], balance rusty staples [vg-/vg+] (8)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £104

46

Knock-Out (1940)
71-84, 89, 90, 92, 95, 96 Xmas, 98
Propaganda war issues. Starring Sexton Blake, Deed-A-Day Danny and Our Ernie
Bright covers, cream pages, rusty staples
[fn-] (20)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £266

47

Knock-Out (1942-49). 1942-46 x 7 issues, 1947: 23 issues incl Xmas, 1948 x 32 issues, 1949 x 10 issues with 1955 x 2 and 1960 x 1 (incl. 6 doubles)
A few [gd], balance [vg/fn] (75)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £156

48

Knock-Out Fun Book 1 (1941)
Starring Sexton Blake picture serial with Billy Bunter, Stone Age Kit the Ancient Brit and Deed-A-Day Danny
Bright, fresh boards with some light edge wear. No dedication, cream pages with slightly darker edges [fn-]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £127

49

Knock-Out Fun Books 2, 3 (1942-43)
Propaganda war stories
1942: bright boards with some scuffs, no dedication, cream/light tan pages [vg], 1943: bright boards with corner dings and some wear, no dedication, cream pages [vg] (2)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £145

50

Mighty Midgets 'Blitz' books (1940-44
W. Barton)
1, 3, 5-11 (+11 doubles & trebles)
With Pocket Series 6, 7, 13, 16, 32, 40, 47, 49, Little Marvels 17, 18, 20, 22, Adventure Stories 6, 7, Pocket Wonder Library nn, Tuck's Better Little Book n.n.
Mostly sold by Woolworth's at 3d each, these booklets helped distract children in air-raid shelters and underground stations during bombing raids over London. Consquently they became known as 'Blitz' books and are scarce. The 3d price was subsidised by Kiwi, Saxa Salt, Bisto and Paxo who advertised on Mighty Midgets back covers [vg/fn] (36)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £371

51

Paget/Barrett/W Fisher/Martin & Reid/ Philmar collection (1940s)
Mostly one-shots. Paget's Ace Comic, Bumper Comic Book 1, 5, 6, Comic Shots, Crazy Comic, Funfair, Gusto, Happy Yank 2, Jack-Pot, Jolly Adventures, Jolly Chuckles 2, 7, Joyride 3, Kracker Komic 6, Lucky, Meteor 4, Pop Shots, Premier 1, 7, Paget's Super, Surprise 2 [vg/fn+] (22)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £93

52

Philmar Comics one-shots (P.M. Productions) 1940s
Bang On Comic, Big Little Comic, Big Parade, Candy, Cheery Comic, Hooray, Jolly Fun-Ray, Lollipops, Merry Maypole, Silver + Sparks
NB Denis Gifford's first published work was in the Big Little Comic and this comic is signed by Gifford 'To Ron 1945/1984'. Cheery Comic was entirely drawn by The Beano's Big Eggo illustrator, Reg Carter
Silver + Sparks has silver interior pages - all part of Philmar Comics early experimentation with available paper stocks in the Forties
[vg/fn-] (10)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £93

53

Radio Fun (1946-51)
30 issues between 381-655
With 1955 x 1, 1957 x 1, 1958 Easter Number and Nov 7th 1959 Superman cover and story issue
[fn-/fn+] (34)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £51

54

Soloway Comics Selection (1940s)
All Star Comic Vol. V: No 4, Adventures Vol. 3: No 4, Vol. V: No 4, Big Top, Four Deuces, Hurricane Adventure Comic, Jolly Western 6, Smasher Comics, Wonder Story
[vg/fn] (9)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £41

55

6d selection (1950s)
Ace Malloy 51, Sergeant O'Brien 53, Crime and Punishment 3, Lone Star 4, 21, Vol. 2 No 12, Moby Dick n.n., Pirates 1, 2
Bright covers, rusty staples [vg-/fn-] (9)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £51

56

Batman Annual 1 (1959-60) Atlas
Classic Bat-Signals cover
Bright boards with minor edge wear
No dedication, price unclipped
[fn]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £150

57

Beano (1952-55). 1952: 18 issues between 494-542 including Fireworks, 1953 x 2,
1954 x 4, 1955 x 4 and 1956 x 1
13 issues well worn ragged and torn reading copies [fr], balance 16 issues [gd/vg-] (29)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £87

58

Lower grade Beano Books (1953-59)
1953 [vg-], 1954 [gd], 1955 [vg], 1956 [gd], 1957-59 all [vg] (7)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £313

59

Black Bob books (1950-65)
Complete D.C. Thomson set by artist Jack Prout. No 1 [fn], No 2 [vg], 3 [gd], 4-6 [vg-/vg], 7, 8 (x2) [fn+/fn] (9)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £116

60

Oor Wullie original artwork (1959) drawn and signed by Dudley Watkins for The Sunday Post 20 Sept 1959
'Watch oot troot!' Oor Wullie's gone fishin' but he catches a man's hat, spoils his line and runs him doon. The lad's no been identified so nae problem - until the man turns out to be the school inspector ...!
Indian ink on cream card. Three word balloons replaced. 18 x 15 ins
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: U/S

61

The Broons original artwork (1961) drawn and signed by Dudley Watkins and illustrated in The Broons Book for 1962, page 15. This book accompanies the artwork and is the scarce hardcover edition file copy from D.C. Thomson offices with light biro date to spine [fn+]. Artwork is in indian ink on cream card. 18 x 15 ins (2)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £696

62

Blue Beetle (1955) 1-3 L. Miller. With Blue Beetle 1 (Streamline) and Spy Smasher (1953) 1-4 complete run with Wonder Boy 1 [vg/fn-] (9)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £168

63

Captain America 2 (1954) L. Miller
Reproduces John Romita Sr. cover and stories from US Captain America #78 (last US
Golden Age issue)
Bright cover, discoloured staples, small cover blemish [fn-]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £360

64

Captain Marvel Adventures (1950-51) 51-64. Fawcett, Australia
Scarce landscape format 42 page editions reprinting 1940s Captain Marvel [vg/vg+] (14)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £162

65

Captain Marvel Jr (1953 L. Miller) 1-10
No 5 has back cover code message misprint. Nos 1, 2 [fn-], 7 [vg], balance [fn/vfn] scarce in these grades (10)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £232

66

Captain Marvel Jr. (1953-54 L. Miller) 11-22
Nos 7, 21 [vg], 12, 18 [vg-fn], balance [fn/vfn-] scarce in these grades (12)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £156

67

Captain Marvel Jr 24 (1954) last issue with secondary title 'The Young Marvelman' to top cover, editor's change-over title page and back page ad for Young Marvelman (No. 25). Scarce [fn]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £32

68

Comicolour Albums (G.G. Swan) 1948 [fn], 1949, 1950, 1951. With Slick Fun 1949 Murdock Stimpson, E.H. Banger art
Slick Fun Album [gd], balance [vg/vg+] (5)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £58

69

Cute Fun Albums (G.G. Swan) 1950, 1951, 1953, 1954, 1955
E.H. Banger, E. Protheroe, John McCail and Murdock Stimpson [vg/fn-] (6)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £53

70

Western Fun Albums 1, 2 (1953, 1954
G.G. Swan)
John McCail cover art. There were only these two issues in the run [fn-/fn] (2)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £30

71

Crime No 1s and One-shots (early 1950s) Streamline
Astounding Comic (L.B. Cole cover), Crime Hunters, Crime Incorporated, F.B.I. Police Comics, Police Files, Special Agent
[vg-/vg+] (7)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £168

72

Crime Detective Comics 1 with 7 unnumbered issues (1950) Streamline
Some George Tuska art. Printed in the UK, Holland and France [vg-/vg+] (8)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £98

73

Dandy Monster Comic (1951, 52)
Korky Ringmaster and Toyshop
Colour touched spines and cover areas neatly restored [apparent vg/vg-] (2)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £28

74

Dandy (1952-55). 1952: 38 issues between 528-577 (missing 554, 561-570, 573, 578 and 579), 1953 x 10 issues, 1954 x 17 issues and 1955 x 4
30 issues [vg/vg+], balance 39 [gd-/vg-] (69)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £156

75

Detective Comics (1953-54) 1-8
Complete Run. Ruben Moreira and Alex Toth art. Starring Mysto and Johnny Peril
No 1: lower cover thumb-size piece missing [gd], No 8 some lower page margin insect chew [gd], No 2 [gd+], balance [vg+/fn] (8)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £87

76

Dixon Hawke's Casebook (1951-53) 18, 19, 20 (last issue) D.C. Thomson
Paperback format books with full and half-page illustrations every few pages
[vg+/vg-/fn] (3)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £110

77

Eagle No 1 promo (1950)
Promotional 8 pg full colour issue distributed to churches and schools up and down the country to publicise the imminent print run of the Eagle first issue. The front cover has no 'Dan Dare Pilot of the Future' header and a different date of 21 April 1950
Bright fresh colours, flat copy. The back cover has two lower corner pieces missing and some discoloured tape marks. Scarce, we have only sold four other copies in 16 years [vg-fn]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £406

78

Eagle (1950-52) Vol. 1: 2-52, Vol. 2: 1-52 (missing No 7)
15 issues with well worn spines and tears
[gd-vg], balance [vg/fn] (102)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £156

79

Eagle (1952-3) Vol. 3: 1-52
Complete year. Starring Dan Dare in The Red Moon Mystery, Marooned on Mercury
[vg/fn+] (52)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £145

80

Eagle (1953) Vol. 4: 1-38
Complete year including Coronation Number and all 10 Free 4 pg. Supplements
Starring Dan Dare in Operation Saturn
[vg/fn] (38)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £122

81

Dan Dare Pilot of The Future Pop-Up Action book (1953)
Full laminate with slight peel at edge and corners. Pop-ups as new [fn]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £35

82

Fans' Star Library (1958-60)
5, 8-10, 14, 22-24, 26, 31, 34, 36, 37,39, 41, 48

Including Harry Belafonte, Jeff Chandler, Debbie Reynolds, Mario Lanza, John Saxon, Yul Brynner, Tyrone Power and Paul Anka
Bright, fresh covers, a few with staple rust spots showing through [fn/fn+] (16)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £98

83

Hot Rod Comics (1951) 1-7 Fawcett
With Hot Rods and Racing Cars (1953) 50-54 (1-5) L. Miller and Hot Rod And Speedway 4
Cover art by Dick Giordano and Lou Morales [vg/fn] (13)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £53

84

I Love Lucy (1954-55)
10, 11, 12, 14, 15
All [fn/fn+]. With Felix The Cat 5, Popeye 12 and Three Stooges 1127 (Dell)
[vg/fn] (8)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £41

85

Johnnie Hazard (1949-50) 1-10
FP Publications, New Zealand
Frank Robbins artwork
Scarce NZ compilations of the US King Features dailies [fn/vfn] (10)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £156

86

Kid Colt Outlaw (First Series 1954-55) 41-50. Strato
68 pg square bound format. Slight spine roll to some issues [vg/vg+] (10)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £93

87

Lone Ranger (1953 WDL) 31-43 [vg+/fn]. With Lone Ranger Comic Album and The Lone Ranger's Famous Horse Hi-Yo Silver 1-7
[vg-/vg+] (21)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £110

88

Lone Rider (1950s Pembertons/WDL) 1-3
[vg/fn] (3)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £19

89

L Miller/WDL Cowboys (1950s)
Gene Autry 7-9, Hopalong Cassidy (Fawcett) 74, Hopalong Cassidy (L Miller) 150, Monte Hale Western 59, 60, Red Ryder 31, Rocky Lane Western 57, 73, 74, Roy Rogers 17, 78, Western Roundup 9
[vg+/fn+] (14)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £110

90

WDL/L Miller + (1950s-60s)
Flash Gordon 2, Tom Corbett Space Cadet 3, 5, Captain Gallant, Mr District Attorney 23, Popeye (L Miller) 5, 13, Popeye (WDL) 12-14, Tarzan Vol 4 No. 25, 33, Astounding Stories 108, Felix The Cat 5 and I Love Lucy 12
[vg/fn-/fn+] (15)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £52

91

Manhunt 1, 2, 4 (1950-51)
With Police Comic (L B Cole cover one-shot). Streamline. Starring Space Ace by Fred Guardineer, Undercover Girl by Ogden Whitney and Red Fox by L. B. Cole
No 1 bright covers, staple rust [fn-], 2 [fn], 4 (fn-] and Police [vg+] (4)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £48

92

Mystery Comic Tales (1952) 1-4
Complete run. L Miller. L. B. Cole and Jack Harmon cover art. Starring Young King Cole by Jim Wilcox
No 1 some half-inch horizontal spine tears [vg-], 2 [vg], 3 [vg+], 4 (fn+] (4)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £58

93

Radio Fun (1951) 639-690
Complete year in two bound volumes. Starring Jewel & Warriss, Jane X, The Falcon, Petula Clark and Arthur English
[fn/vfn] (52)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £203

94

Scarce Australian reprint No 1s (1950s)
Ace Carter [fn], Dickie Dare [fn-], Doll Man, Frank Merriwell, Rusty Boy Detective,
[gd/vg] (5)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £278

95

Sooty and Sweep At Home, Sooty Builds his House booklets (late 1950s) Ariel Productions
Stories written by Sooty creator, Harry Corbett
Large format card covers, 12 pgs [vfn-] (2)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: U/S

96

Tiny Tots (1952-53) 966-1069
Two complete years in bound volume including 1953 Coronation Number
Bright, fresh colours, creamy-white pages [vfn] (104)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £127

97

The Texan (Pemberton/WDL 1950s) 1-8
US St John reprints [fn-/fn+] (8)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £87

98

Tom Mix Western (L Miller 1952) 80-94 (All photo covers)
With Gabby Hayes Western (L Miller 1950) 80, 84, 86, 89, 90, Regal Comic All Western n.n. True Western n.n. (Alan Ladd photo-cover) and Two-Gun Kid n.n. (WDL)
[vg-/fn-] (23)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £180

99

Topper Picture Book (1954)
The first Topper 'annual' large format with 16 colour pages [vg]. With A Fine Book for Children by Walt Disney 1946 (scarce, Valentine Publ: New Zealand printing) 14 pg large format, card covers [vg-] (2)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £63

100

UK Superheroes (late 1940s-50s)
Electroman 1-4 (Scion). With Meteor and Round Up one-shots (Mallard) [gd/vg] (6)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £133

101

Whiz Comics (L Miller 1952) 84-96
Starring Captain Marvel, Golden Arrow, Ibis and Spy Smasher [vg-/fn] (13)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £156

102

Amazing Stories Of Suspense (1960s-70s) A Class. 82, 83, 86, 88, 89, 90 (x 2 different covers), 93, 97, 102, 105, 109, 111, 116, 118, 119, 128-131, 140, 148, 149, 156, 157, 166 and Tales Of Suspense 161
Ayers, Ditko, Kirby, Romita art. Reprints of Fantastic Four, Doctor Strange and Captain Atom
8 issues [vg+], balance [fn/vfn] (27)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £81

103

Astounding Stories (1960s-70s) Alan Class
90-92, 94-96, 98-101, 104, 106, 107, 113, 116, 117, 119, 123, 128, n.n., 130, 134, 136
Ditko, Kirby, Ayers art and reprinting Avengers story [fn-/vfn] (23)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £75

104

Creepy Worlds 51 (1960s) A. Class. US Strange Tales # 113, Human Torch cover and story
Loose first page [gd+]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £13

105

Creepy Worlds (1960s-70s) Alan Class
105, 113, 119, 122, 133-140, 142, 145, 146, 160, 161, 165, 175, 180
Reprinting cover and story from Avengers 6 and Strange Tales 126 (Human Torch & Thing) [vg+/fn/vfn] (20)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £63

106

Secrets Of The Unknown (Alan Class 1960s) 23, 47, 50, 52, 53, 55, 56, 58-61, 66-68, 72-81
Kirby, Ayers, Everett, Ditko, Romita art. Reprinting stories from Amazing Spider-Man 3, Fantastic Four 101, X-Men 8 and Tales Of Suspense 65 (Cap America vs The Red Skull)
A couple [vg+], balance [fn-/vfn] (24)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £75

107

Weird Planets (1962) Alan Class. 1, 3, 4, 6, 8, 9, 13, 14, 18, 19
Many with Lee, Ditko, Kirby covers and stories
19: one inch horizontal spine tear to all pages [gd], 14 [fn], balance [vg/fn-] (10)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £104

108

Low grade A Class/L Miller square bound reprints (1960s-70s)
Astounding Stories 44, 45, 62, Creepy Worlds 85, 106, 130, 220, Secrets of The Unknown 85, 104, 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 2, 3, Zombie 3 and Out Of This World 8 (US 1958). US issue [vg+]. With 14 assorted titles including All Worlds Album, Frankenstein (AP), Miracle Man, Race For The Moon and Spectre 3, 4
Many Ditko stories
Mainly rolled, worn spines [fr-gd/gd/vg] (44)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £255

109

Batman bubble gum cards 1966
(Black back, Dutch language) A & BC Gum. 1-38 full card set in colour. From the TV series starring Adam West and Burt Ward
(vfn/nm] (38)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £53

110

Batman 'A Set' Bubble Gum cards (1966) 1-44 full card set [fn/vfn] (44)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £63

111

Beano Summer Special (1967) [vg-], Beano Summer Special (1968) [gd]. With Beano Comic (1968): 31 issues, (1969): 35 issues, (1970): 39 issues and (1971): 39 issues
18 issues [gd], balance [vg/fn-] (146)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £180

112

Dandy Summer Special (1968) [vg+], (1969) [vg-]. With Lion and Valiant Special Extra 1969 (pg 19 half torn away) [vg], Valiant Summer Special (1970), TV Comic Holiday Special (1969) [vg+] and TV Comic x 4 1960s issues [vg-/vg] (9)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £70

113

Beezer (Jul-Dec 1968) 651-676 Xmas with Ginger by Dudley Watkins, The Banana Bunch, Smiffy, The Kings of Castaway Island, The NumbSkulls and Pop, Dick and Harry
Bright covers, light horizontal mail fold
[vg/fn] (26)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £122

114

Captain Midnight (1962)
1, 2, 4-7, 9, 11, 12
Bright covers, some staple rust [vg-/fn-] (9)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £53

115

Dennis The Menace Annual 4 (1962)
No dedication, creamy-white pages, laminates unbroken [nm]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £51

116

Eagle (1962) Vol. 13: 1-52
Near complete year missing No 44 with doubles of 8 issues all featuring full page racing car covers by Roy Cross. Centre spread Montgomery of Alamein by Frank Bellamy [vg/fn-] (59)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £215

117

Hornet (1967) 174-225
Complete year. Address name to cover margin [vg/vg+] (52)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £75

118

Lion (1960) Jan 2 - Dec 31
Complete year. Starring Paddy Payne, Captain Condor, Billy The Kid and Robot Archie
July 2: ½ front cover cut away [fr], balance with biro numbers to top cover margin, rusty staples [vg-] (52)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £99

119

Lion (1961)
Near complete year missing 28 Jan and 11 Feb. With Lion (1962) 6 Jan - 1 Sept unbroken run and Champion (1966) 1-3
[gd/vg] and Solo (1967) 5, 7
1961 issues have rusty staples and biro numbering to cover top margin [vg-], balance rusty staples [vg] (90)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £255

120

Oz Magazine (1968-69) 17-20
[fn/vg+/vg/fn] (4)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £87

121

Ranger Boys' Magazine (1965-66)
19 issues between Oct 9 1965 - May 14 1966
With The Trigan Empire and The Range Rider by Don Lawrence [vg/fn-] (19)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £30

122

Tiger and Hurricane/and Jag (1969) 4 Jan - 27 Dec Xmas
Complete year with Action 1 (1976) [vg] and 27 Mar, 12 Jun 1976 [vg/fn] (55)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £145

123

TV Century 21 Stingray Special (1965). Horizontal mailfold with some fold discolouration to back pages [fn-]. With Thunderbirds Extra (1966) 6 centre pages missing [pr] and TV Century 21 (1968-69) 169, 174, 176 [gd], 178, 183, 190, 201, 210, 215. With TV 21 & Joe 90 No 8 [vg/vg+] (12)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £99

124

Thunderbirds colour card set (1967) 1-73 full set by Somportex Ltd [fn/vfn] (73)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £145

125

Supermarionation Is Go! (1981) 1-20
First fanzine for The Films and TV of Gerry and Sylvia Anderson
No 1 [vg+], balance [fn/vfn] (20)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £81

126

Action (1976-77) 1 wfg (some cover indentation) [fn], 2, 3 and 41 issues between 20 Mar 1976-5 Nov 1977 (not including 23 Oct 1976). With Action Summer Special 1 (1976) [fn] and Action Annual 1979
A few [vg-/vg], balance [vg+/fn] (46)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £162

127

Bemusing/BEM Fanzine (1974-82). 3 (1974 Comicon Special), 5 with free supplement, 7, 13, 15-20 (with Captain Frog insert), 21-36. Featuring cover art by Brian Bolland, Dave Gibbons, Mike McMahon, Kevin O'Neill and Bryan Talbot [fn-/vfn] (26)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £56

128

Comic Fanzines (1970s)
Comic Media 1, 2, 7-11, Comic Catalog 1, 2, 4, 5, A Short Stop at the Transylvanian Brain Surgery 2, 3, Fantasy Domain 1, World of Comics 1 with Comicon 1971 and 1972 [vg/fn] (17)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £99

129

Captain Britain 1, 2 both wfgs Mask & Boomerang, Champ 1, 4, Hulk 1 (1979) and Tiger 21.2.1970, all with their free gifts
[vg+/fn] (6)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £70

130

Doctor Who Weekly (1979-80) 1-24. Complete with all free gift transfers
No 19 [vg], balance [fn/vfn+] (24)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £49

131

Space: 1999 original artwork (1975) by John M Burns for Look-in No 45, Nov 1 1975. The familiar faces of Commander Koenig and Professor Bergman reflect the popular TV Series starring John Landau and Barry Morse, written and produced by Gerry and Sylvia Anderson
The title panel is a laser colour copy. Pelikan inks on board. 20 x 15 ins
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £267

132

2000 AD (1977) 5, 8-20, 24-26, 29, 35, 40
Prog 18 [vg], balance [fn/vfn] (20)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £87

133

UK 70s No 1s +
Vulcan 1
wfg Potato Gun, torn rumpled cover due to free gift insert [vg-], Captain Britain,
1. Avengers
(Marvel Comic Group) 57, 72 [vg], Eerie 1, 2, Scorchy 1 and (U.S.) In The Days of the Mob 1 with poster intact
[fn/vfn] (8)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £49

134

UK Undergrounds (early 1970s)
Cozmic Comics 1-6, Half Assed Funnies, Edward's Heave, The Trials of Nasty Tales, Nasty Tales 3, 4, Ogoth and Ugly Boot, Rock'N'Roll Madness, Funnies, Serious Comics 1, Sin City 1, View From The Void, Zip Comics 1. With 2 photocopy pages of Mal Burns Comix Index showing most of the above for sale
Nasty Tales 4 [vg], balance [fn-/fn] (17)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £87

135

War Picture Library Annual 1978
With Battle Holiday Specials (1980-84) and Battle With Storm Force 6.6.'87. Starring Johnny Red and Charley's War [vg/fn/vfn] (7)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £28

136

Charley's War original front cover artwork (1984) by Joe Colquhoun for Battle 484,
11 Aug 1984. Oct 2nd 1918. Corporal Charley Bourne escaped from a POW camp to join the British attack on the St Quentin canal. Under heavy enemy fire the British swam the canal with the aid of lifebelts, ropes and rafts in what has been regarded as the most daring action of the Great War
Black ink on cartridge paper. 17 x 14 ins
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £1,114

137

Charley's War original artwork (1984) by Joe Colquhoun for Battle 484 page 2,
11 Aug 1984. Under enemy fire Charley sets up a machine gun post on the enemy bank but after heavy losses Captain Snell tries to drive them on … Signed to the reverse: "Best wishes from Joe Colquhoun"
Black ink on cartridge paper, 17 x 15 ins
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £719

138

Charley's War original artwork (1984) by Joe Colquhoun for Battle 484 page 4,
11 Aug 1984. Charley stalks and captures a German machine gun post and his men take the bridge - but some are dying from influenza
Black ink on cartridge paper, 17 x 15 ins
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £719

139

Mask (1986) Super Review Issue with 1-80 (missing No 78) with all free gifts and stickers. With Mask Holiday Special 1, Mask Sticker Album and Eagle and Mask 1-3 [fn+/vfn/nm] (85)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £104


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