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February 2017 Results

British comics, annuals & artwork

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

1

Glasgow / Northern Looking Glass
(1825-26) No 8 and No 16 (complete 4 pages each) with 3 loose pages of No 4, No 5 and (possibly) No 6
The Glasgow Looking Glass was considered to be the world's first modern comic.
Some grubby pages with extensive margin tears (5)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £104

2

Ally Sloper's Half-Holiday (1895)
558-609 including Ally Sloper's Christmas Holiday edition and double page Gratis Plate
Clean, fresh pages [fn/fn+] (52)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £475

3

0Boy's Own Annual (1879-1935)
No 1 (1879), No 28 (1905-6), No 39 (1916-17), No 49 (1926-27), No 58 (1935-36)
Annual 1 contains Boy's Own Paper issues 1-36
The boards of Annual No 1 are held to the spine by top and bottom tape. Page 3 address and title page has a 3 ins piece torn away, interior pages are cream with a few loose at the end. Issues mostly [fn/fn+]. Balance annuals with bright tooled covers and spines. Contents [fn/vfn] (5)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £81

4

Chuckles (Jan-Jun 1915) 52-77
In bound volume. Some propaganda WW1 issues starring Breezy Ben and Dismal Dutchy
(vfn] (26)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £81

5

Favorite Comic (1915) 207-258
Complete year (including 3 Xmas Numbers!) In bound volume. Some propaganda war issues: cartoon shows poster "Kitchener wants 300,000 men". Maiden Lady: "I only want one!"
Horizontal newsagent fold, cream/light tan pages [vg/vg+] (52)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £290

6

Greyfriars Herald (1915) 1-18
Complete run with some propaganda war stories including 'How Tom Brown captured the Kaiser'
Grubby, worn, complete issues [gd] (18)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £46

7

Tiger Tim's Tales (1919) 2-9
With Wonderland Tales (1919) 2, 7
Both in early half page format
Some staple rust and foxing to most pages. Wonderland Tales [vg-], Tiger Tim's [vg] (10)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £122

8

Bubbles Annuals 1-4 (1924-27)
The first four editions, all with original glassine dust wrappers starring the Bunty Boys and Peter and the Pirates. Copiously illustrated by Herbert Foxwell, Helen Jacobs and Albert Lock. The 1924 annual has a full page 'Fluffykin Family at the Seaside' illustration by Louis Wain
Bright boards, no dedications, creamy white pages with fresh illustrations. Complete with printed glassine dust jackets. Rare [fn] (4)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £476

9

Butterfly (Jan-Jun 1927) 508-533
Half-year in bound volume starring Smiler and Smudge and Willie Rite (our special correspondent)
Bright print, cream pages [vfn] (26)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £203

10

Merry & Bright (Jan-Jun 1923) 301-326
In half-year bound volume starring Sexton Hyde and his Four Girl Detectives and The Shirkwork Brothers
Bright print, cream pages [fn/vfn] (26)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £168

11

Modern Boy (1929-31) / Wizard (1948)
Modern Boy 1929: 88, 91-99 Xmas, 1931: 152-169, 171, 177, 251. With Wizard 1948: 1158-1161, 1164, 1166-68, 1174, 1175
Starring the Black Squadron and Secret of the U-Boat by Geo Rochester and Ghost Wharf by Alfred Edgar. Captain Malcolm Campbell pilots the new Bluebird
Well worn spines and rusty disintegrated staples [gd] (41)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £49

12

Pip & Squeak Annuals 1923 (No 1) and 1924 with printed glassine wrapper
Colour plates by Anne Anderson and Charles Folkard with Wonderland Annual 1921 (No 1), Rainbow Annual 1929 with printed glassine dust wrapper, including Tiger Tim and The Bruin Boys illustrated by Herbert Foxwell and The Oojah Annual 1938 with price-clipped dust wrapper
Wonderland worn corners [vg+], balance generally [fn] (5)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £215

13

Triumph (1924-25)
1-4, 6-16, 19-26, 28, 30-33, 35-39, 51, 480, 801 (1940)
Including Ripping Xmas Number
No 1 worn back cover with pieces missing [gd], 9, 26, 30 taped spines [gd], balance, some staple rust [vg-/vg] (36)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £128

14

Adventure Christmas Issues (1932-39)
578, 632, 683, 735, 787, 840, 891, 948
8 consecutive Xmas Numbers
All with ¼ ins edge trim. 1932, 1938, 1939 [gd], balance [vg] (8)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £35

15

Wizard (1938-49 +)
1938-39: 18 issues incl Xmas 1938. 1945-46: 29 issues. 1947: 1121-1157 near complete year (missing 1140). 1948-49: 51 issues (incl some doubles) and 13 issues from 1960
A few [gd], balance [vg-/fn-] (157)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £180

16

G.G. Swan & Amalgamated Press Romantic Libraries (1930s-40s)
Affinity 9-12, 15, 17, 20, 21 x 2, 24
With Confessions: 9 unnumbered 1940s issues and Woman's World Library: 53 issues between 192-403
19 WW Library issues with clear tape spines [gd/vg] (72)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £151

17

King Kong original film brochure (1933) 'Star Films No 1' with cover label for The Forum Cinema Birmingham Oct 15 1933. 8 pg monochrome brochure with some light moisture stain to top corner. 10.5 x 7.5 inches. No other copies known to exist
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £209

18

Magnet (1933-40) 1299-1683 last issue.
In 15 bound volumes
Billy Bunter's Greyfriars adventures in 385 consecutive issues
18 issues with taped cover edges and tears to some pages [gd], 50 issues [vg], balance 317 issues [fn-/vfn] (385)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: U/S

19

Eb' and Flo' annual (1939) Dean & Son
Illustrated by Mickey Mouse artist William Haughton starring Eb and Flo, the Twins and their dog, Sausage
Bright boards and spine with minimal wear, no inscription, light tan pages [fn+]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £133

20

Mickey Mouse Annual 3 (1932)
Bright boards and spine with some corner and edge wear. Fresh cream pages with foxing to interior boards and end papers [vg]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £133

21

Mickey Mouse Weekly (1936-37) 1-99
Complete 2 years. The first photogravure comic
Starring Mickey, Minnie, Donald and the Disney gang
No 1: well worn with clear tape to half of cover [pr], 2, 50 clear taped spines [fr-gd], 5, 9-11, 13, 18 split spines [gd], earlier issues [gd/vg-] later issues [vg-/vg] (99)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £476

22

Mickey Mouse Weekly (1938) 100-152
Complete year. First Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs by Walt Disney in issues 105-124
[vg-/fn-] (53)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £278

23

Mickey Mouse Weekly (1939) 153-204
Complete year
No 199: mouse chew to lower margin pages (presumably not Mickey) [gd], balance [vg/fn] (52)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £139

24

Mickey Mouse Weekly (1940) 205-256
Near complete year missing issues 245 and 253. Including some propaganda war issues 'Save Paper - Help Win the War'. 1st Pinocchio serial
4 issues (249-252) have top 1 ins margins mouse chew [fr/gd], balance [vg/fn] (50)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £290

25

Mickey Mouse Weekly (1941) 257-299 with No 300 (1942)
Some issues were printed fortnightly due to wartime paper and dyestuff shortages
No 300 worn back cover [gd], balance [vg/fn] (44)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £267

26

The New Rupert Book (Annual No 3) 1938
Illustrated by Alfred Bestall
Bright boards with some edge wear. Erased dedication. Cream pages with some light foxing to fly pages and some interior spine areas. Neat light crayonning to eight story introduction pages [vg]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £75

27

Tiny Tots (1935) 377-428
Complete year in bound volume
Including George V Royal Jubilee Number [vfn] (52)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £133

28

Union Jack (1931) 1420-1471 'Sexton Blake's Own Paper'
Near complete year missing 3 issues (1433-35). Including cameo Sexton Blake cover issue
[vg-/vg] (49)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £139

29

Union Jack (1932) 1472-1524
Near complete year missing 7 issues (1493-99) with a further 7 issues from 1933 Nos 1525-31 and 4 issues from 1928-30. A few [gd], balance [vg-/vg] (55)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £151

30

Beano Book 2 (1941)
Big Eggo hatches the Beano gang
Bright boards, loose spine with worn hinges, and exposed interior. Crossed out dedication. Light tan pages with foxing to margins - first few pages loose. Pgs 61, 63 each with 3 ins lower margin tear [gd]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: U/S

31

Beano 128 (4 Jan 1941)
Propaganda war issue. Wild Boy smashes Nazi camp in Canada
Bright cover with ¾ length split spine and 2 ins tear to most pages [gd]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £30

32

Beano 130 (1941)
Propaganda war issue
Good King Coke shoots down Messerschmitts and makes crowns from the remains. Ping the Elastic Man captures a Nasty paratrooper
Bright mis-folded cover, some pages with small tears to overhang [vg-]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £49

33

Beano 131 (1941)
Propaganda war issue
Wild Boy bombs a Nazi warship
General wear, light tan pages [vg-]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £64

34

Beano 132 (1941)
Propaganda war issue
Wild Boy escaped the Whip and captures the jeering Nazis [fr]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £26

35

Beano 133 (1941)
Propaganda war issue
Hitler sends Lord Snooty a letter 'Dear Pig Dog Snooty, Send us new helmets or ve'll bomb der Pals..'
[vg]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £70

36

Beano 135 (1941)
Propaganda front cover headline 'Look inside and see Lord Snooty Jape the Nazis'
[vg+]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £122

37

Beano 136 (1941)
Propaganda war issue
Cinderella's fairy goblin makes barrage balloons to defy the blitz
Bright cover, cream/light tan pages [vg]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £122

38

Beano 138 (1941)
Propaganda war issue
Lord Snooty sends the professor's giant spiders up in barrage balloons to spin the Nazi planes. They do
[vg-]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £81

39

Beano 139 (1941)
Propaganda war issue
Varnish paint to front cover [fr-gd]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £19

40

Beano 140 (1941)
Propaganda war issue
Wild Boy fights the Italian army in Africa
[vg]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £99

41

Beano Book 3 (1942)
Big Eggo in a spin
From the Brenda Butler archive
Bright glossy boards and spine with minimal signs of wear. Tight spine, no dedication, creamy white pages. This 1942 annual looks unread and is the highest graded example ever offered at auction [vfn]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £4,814

42

Beano 160 (1941)
Propaganda war issue
Wild Boy of the Woods destroys Secret Nazi munitions factory. First fortnightly Beano due to paper shortages
Bright cover, cream/light tan pages [vg+]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £104

43

Beano 161 (1941)
Propaganda war issue
Pansy Potter brings down the German bombers whilst Musso runs away from Winston Churchill
[fn]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £180

44

Beano 162 (1941)
Propaganda war issue
German Junkers and Heinkel bomber shot down by Wild Boy saving a British munitions train
[fn+]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £157

45

Beano 163 (1941)
Propaganda war issue
Lord Snooty gets Snitchy and Snatchy to fell the Nazi spies and their wireless sets
[fn]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £162

46

Beano 164 (1941)
Propaganda war issue
Wild Boy infiltrates a traitors meeting of German spies and Fifth Columnists
Bright covers, cream pages [vfn-]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £313

47

Beano 165 (1941)
Propaganda war issue
Lord Snooty leads an RAF bombing raid over Abyssinia and captures the Italian generallos whilst Snitchy and Snatchy liberate their ice- cream cart
[fn+]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £313

48

Beano 166 (1941)
Propaganda war issue
V for Victory morse code to front page header. Pansy Potter blacks out the moon so all the Jerry planes crash in the dark, saving a big blitz
[vfn]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £313

49

Beano 167 (1941)
Propaganda war issue
Doubting Thomas directs the lighthouse beam onto the attacking Luftwaffe and they all get shot down. Tin Can Tommy magnetises a German mine
[vfn]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £313

50

Beano 168 (1941)
Propaganda war issue
Pansy Potter captures Hitler and Goering and puts them in the nut house. Lord Snooty defeats the Jerry submariners. British minesweeper sweeps Italian mines back to Musso (who is now in a messo)
Bright covers, cream pages [vfn]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £255

51

Beano 169 (1941) Xmas number
Propaganda war issue
Long panel cartoon of all the Beano Characters collecting wastepaper (to make cartridges and other important war materials) 'We're doing our bit for Britain - Are you?' [vfn]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £1,044

52

Magic-Beano Book (1943)
Big Eggo and Koko 3-legged race
Some wear to boards and spine with colour touch to spine hinges. No dedication. Cream/light tan pages with darker edges. 5 pages with some neat painting in [gd]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £348

53

Magic-Beano Book (1945)
Koko plays leap-frog
Bright boards with bumped corners and cover crease. No dedication. Generally clean cream/light tan pages, a few with one inch margin tears and some light foxing [gd+]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £220

54

Magic-Beano Book (1946)
Big Eggo carts Beano characters
Worn boards with bumped corners and cover crease. Back board scrapes and oil mark. No dedication, cream/light tan pages with some one-inch lower margin tears [gd]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £220

55

Magic-Beano Book (1947)
Big Eggo swallows the ball!
Good boards and spine with one bumped corner. 2 neat ink dedications. Cream/light tan pages with pg 19: tenth of the page torn away [vg]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £267

56

Beano (1947-49) 315: ¼ ins trim, 341, 379
[vg] (3)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £26

57

Magic-Beano Book (1948)
Marching Beano band
Good boards and spine, neat dedication, cream/light tan pages, some light foxing to fly page [vg]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £244

58

Dandy (1940) 111, 119, 139
Propaganda war issues with Addie and Hermy the Nasty Nazis
Bright covers, ¼ ins trim (retrieved from bound volume) [vg] (3)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £58

59

Dandy 125 (1940)
Addie and Hermy get pineapple just desserts
Bright cover colours, small foxing spots to lower cover margin [vg+]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £87

60

Dandy Monster Comic 1 (1939)
Korky introduces his Dandy pals
Bright boards, complete original spine with professionally re-enforced backing. Worn spine hinges and board corners with 2 back cover scrapes. No dedication, cream/light tan pages, some with light margin foxing [vg-]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: U/S

61

Dandy Monster Comic 2 (1940)
Korky's trapeze
Bright front board and spine with detached rear board, neat dedication. Cream/light tan pages [gd+]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: U/S

62

Dandy 159 (1940)
Bumper Christmas Number
Bright covers, 3 ins back cover tear neatly clear taped, ¼ ins trim and 6 sew-holes to spine (retrieved from bound volume) [vg-]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £122

63

Dandy Monster Comic (1942)
Desperate Dan powers the Dandy boat! From the Brenda Butler Archive
Bright glossy boards and spine with back cover bump to top corner and slight bump to lower corner. Tight spine, no dedication, creamy white pages [fn+]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £3,306

64

Dandy Monster Comic (1944)
Goalkeeper Korky
Worn boards with spine illustration attached to re-enforced spine. Neat ink dedication, cream/light tan pages. Page 57 re-inserted wrong way round, pg 73 well worn with some loss, facsimile pgs 123, 125 [fr-gd]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £37

65

Dandy Monster Comic (1945)
Desperate Dan skis on logs!
Bright board and spine with front board lower corner crease. No dedication, cream pages [vg]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £534

66

Dandy (1947) 356 Fireworks [vg+]
With 359 Bumper Xmas issue [fn] (2)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £145

67

Dandy (1948) 360 New Year [fn-]
With 382 Fireworks number [vg+] (2)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £93

68

Magic Comic 4 (1939)
Starring Koko the Pup, The Tickler Twins in Wonderland and Peter Piper by Dudley Watkins
Top corner piece torn away first 2 pages, the comic has ¼ ins trim (retrieved from bound volume [gd]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £49

69

Magic Comic 5 (1939)
¼ ins trim (retrieved from bound volume), some clear tape to spine [vg-]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £49

70

Magic Comic 6 (1939)
¼ ins trim (retrieved from bound volume), taped edge and spine tears, some small back cover loss [gd]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £28

71

Magic Comic 57 (1940)
Bright covers, ¼ ins page trim (retrieved from bound volume), 2 small edge tapes [vg]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £58

72

Magic Comic 58 (1940)
Bright covers, ¼ ins trim and 5 sew-holes to spine (retrieved from bound volume) [vg-]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £51

73

Magic Comic 59 (1940)
Bright covers, ¼ ins trim and 5 sew-holes to spine (retrieved from bound volume) [vg-]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £81

74

Magic Comic 60 (1940)
Bright covers, ¼ ins trim and 5 sew-holes to spine (retrieved from bound volume) [vg-]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £49

75

Magic Comic 61 (1940)
Bright covers, ¼ ins trim and 5 sew-holes to spine (retrieved from bound volume) [vg-]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £49

76

Magic Comic 72 (1940)
Gulliver illustrated by Dudley Watkins
Bright covers, ¼ ins trim and 5 sew-holes to spine (retrieved from bound volume) [vg-]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £75

77

Magic Comic 73 (1940)
Gulliver by Dudley Watkins
Bright covers, ¼ ins trim and 5 sew-holes to spine (retrieved from bound volume) [vg-]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £75

78

Magic Comic 74 (1940)
Gulliver by Dudley Watkins
Bumper Christmas Number
Bright covers, ¼ ins trim and 5 sew-holes to spine (retrieved from bound volume) [vg-]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £162

79

Magic Comic (1940) 75 with 76
(ten worn pages only, including cover) both with worn, brittle pages [fr/pr] (2)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £26

80

Cartoon Art of Glasgow + (1940s-50s)
Hubba Hubba, Four Deuces, Super Duper 9, Whacky Rodeo, Whizzbang comic, Zippy 1, Kracker 5, Fairy Time
[vg-/vg+] (8)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £42

81

Comic Cuts (1940-41) 2590-2665
In three bound volumes. Continuous run of complete year 1940 up to June 1941. Publisher's file copies
Propaganda war issues starring Will Hay and Plum and Duff taking on the Nazties
[vfn] (76)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £203

82

G.G. Swan propaganda war titles (1940s-50s)
Fresh Fun 2, 4, 5, 23, Topical Funnies 1, 2, 18, 24, 35, Special Double Number, Special Summer Number, Special Winter Number, War Comics 2, 3, 6. Fresh Fun 4, 5 brittle split spines [gd], balance, some rusty staples [vg/fn] (15)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £255

83

Hotspur (1947) 561-597
Complete year in bound volume starring The Mask of Zorro and Lost Boys of the Unknown Planet. Some issues fortnightly.
A few
[vg-/vg], balance [vg+/fn] (37)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £42

84

Knock-Out (1939) 1-14
Starring Sexton Blake in a double page picture serial, Our Ernie, Billy Bunter and Stone Age Kit - The Ancient Brit
No 1: Bright cover, ¼" trim all pages, centre page lower spine wear and tears not affecting text or illustrations [gd], No 6: ½ " edge trim [gd], No 10: rusty disintegrated staples removed [gd], 2, 3, 5 [vg+], balance [gd/vg] (14)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £313

85

Lucky Star Library (1940s-50s)
3, 4 and 37 unnumbered issues
[gd/vg] (39)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £186

86

Miracle Library (1940s)
2, 4, 7, 10-12, 14, 26, 28, 30, 37, 40, 43, 44 and 31 issues between 53-240
[vg-/vg] (45)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £145

87

Radio Fun (1946-48)
(1946): 410, 427, (1947): 430, 432 x 2, 433, 435, 437, 439/440/441 (in one issue with 3 numbers to cover printer's strike), 446, 457. (1948): 480-507, consecutive run starring Tommy Handley, Jimmy Durante, Pet Clark's Schooldays, The Falcon and Inspector Stanley
[vg/fn] (39)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £46

88

Original pencil drawing by Roy Wilson for the Radio Fun Annual 1946 frontispiece
With the 1941 Radio Fun Annual [fn]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £99

89

Radio Fun (1949-55)
1949: 13 issues, 1950: 14 issues, 1951: 19 issues, 1952: 12 issues incl Xmas, 1953: 2 issues, 1955: 5 issues
Starring Norman Wisdom, Jewel & Warriss, Arthur English, The Falcon and Inspector Stanley
A few [vg], balance [fn-/fn+] (65)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £104

90

Radio Fun (Jul-Dec 1953) 769-794
In half-year bound volume. Publisher's file copies starring Norman Wisdom, Jane X, The Beverly Sisters, Issy Bonn and The Falcon
[fn/vfn] (26)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £41

91

Radio Fun (1954)
795-846
Complete year in two bound volumes
Starring Norman Wisdom, Petula Clark, Jane X and Cardew the Cad
[fn/vfn] (52)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £313

92

Rupert Book (1944) worn spine [vg-]
With Rupert Stories (1947) bright boards with cream, unblemished pages, neat dedication [fn-] and Rupert Annual (1971) bright boards, no dedication, price unclipped
[vfn+] (3)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £32

93

TV Boardman/Popular Press (late 40s-50s)
Blackhawk 11, 40, 44, Buffalo Bill 8, 10, 19, 33, 37, 39 Ron Embleton cover, 43 Roy Carson 5, 7, Swift Morgan 2, 4, 6, 38
No 10 no b/cover [fr], 8 issues with worn, split, taped spines [gd], 7 issues [vg] (16)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £93

94

Bob Steele Western (1951) 50-56 (1-7) with Golden Arrow Western (1951) 10-13 (1-4) and Young Eagle (1951) 1-8. All Fawcett / L. Miller UK reprints
5 issues [vg], balance [vg+/fn] (19)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £99

95

Lone Ranger (WDL 1958)
58-66 and Lone Ranger Comic Album
(Nos 62-66 are 68 pg square-bound issues)
Album [vfn+], comics [fn/vfn] (10)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £145

96

Classics Illustrated (1950s)
Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde No 13: 1/6d [vfn-], Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde No 85: 1/3d [vg], Frankenstein No 26: 15c [vg] (3)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £23

97

Crime UK reprints (1950s) Thorpe & Porter
The Saint 2 with 2 x nn, Sam Hill Private Eye 1-5, Dan Tayler Boy Detective 1
All 68 pg square bound issues [gd/vg-] (9)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £139

98

Mike Barnett - Man Against Crime (1951) 50-55 (1-6) Arnold Book Co UK reprints
[vg/fn] (6)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £81

99

Dandy (1952-53)
1952: 17 issues between 529-576 including Fireworks, 1953: 21 issues between 581-626 including April Fool
[vg-/vg+] (38)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £244

100

Dynamic Thrills (1951) 1, 6
G.G. Swan
[vg/fn] (2)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £93

101

Dynamic Thrills 4
Fu Wang syringe bondage cover
[fn+]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £70

102

Eagle Vol 3 (1952) 1-52
Complete year. Starring Dan Dare in Red Moon Mysteries, Marooned On Mercury and Operation Saturn
A few [vg-], balance [vg/vg+] (52)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £180

103

Eagle Vol 4 (1953) 1-38
Complete year including Coronation Special Number. Dan Dare in Operation Saturn
A few [gd/vg-], balance [vg/fn] (38)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £104

104

Electroman Comics 1 (1951) [vg]
Super Thriller 31 [vg+], Startling Terror Tales 1 worn, scraped back cover [gd] and Ghost Stories Comic Album 1 (vg] (4)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £26

105

Hotspur (1953) 843-894
Complete year in two bound volumes including 4 pg flyer for Topper No 1 and ad for Desperate Dan annual No 1
[fn-/vfn] (52)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £64

106

Hotspur (1955) 947-999
Complete year in two bound volumes
Starring Hammerhand, The Gun Master and The Secret from the Sea. With ad for Dennis The Menace annual No 1
[fn-/vfn] (53)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £64

107

Lion (1954) 98-149
Complete year in bound volume
Starring Captain Condor by Frank S. Pepper, The Amazing Adventures of Mr X and Fighters of the Desert Patrol
No 141 some pen to 2 page margins and 3 other issues [vg], balance [fn-/fn+] (52)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £302

108

Lion (1959, 1962, 1964)
1959: 38 issues (including 6 doubles), 1962: 28 issues (1 double), 1964: 13 issues with Lion Annual 1956
Starring Paddy Payne, Robot Archie and Karl The Viking
Bright covers, cream pages, rusty staples [vg/fn-] (80)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £203

109

Little Noddy Library (1950-62)
1-18, 20, 21, 23
All with dust jackets bar No 20. All first editions bar Nos 17 and 23
No 1 [vg+] with worn dj. Books: a few [vg/vg+], balance [fn-/vfn]. Dust jackets: a few worn with pieces missing, balance (a few with tears) complete (21)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £226

110

Morgyn The Mighty book (1951) D.C.Thomson
With dust jacket and 14 illustrations by Dudley Watkins
Book [fn], dj: light wear, price clipped [fn-]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £64

111

Oor Wullie original artwork (1953) drawn and signed by Dudley Watkins for the Sunday Post 22 Feb 1953
Its Ma's birthday but there's nae money to buy her a present … mebbe some wallpaperin' will do the trick?
Indian ink on white card. 18 x 15 ins
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £464

112

Rover Christmas issues (1950-60, 1962, 1964-72)
21 Xmas issues, all with ¼ ins edge trim. 5 issues [gd], balance [vg] (21)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £26

113

Sexton Blake Library (early 1950s)
282-297, 299-332
Some with Reginald Heade cover art
Bright covers, rusty staples with rust spots showing through [vg/vg+] (50)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £81

114

Sexton Blake Library (1955-59)
335-339, 341-352 and 38 issues between 355-432 with 3 doubles
Bright covers, rusty staples with rust spots showing through [vg-/vg+] (58)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £81

115

Super-Detective Library (1953-56)
3, 5, 7, 8, 12-16, 18-26, 28-30, 32-40, 43-47, 49, 50
Most issues with 'Popular Book Centre' stamp and biro price to covers
A few taped spines [gd] (37)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £244

116

Super-Detective Library (1950s)
All Blackshirt issues. 81, 88, 103, 113, 117, 119, 121, 125, 131, 135, 141, 151
Bright covers with rusty staple spots showing through. 151 [gd], balance [vg-/vg] (12)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £133

117

Super-Detective Library (1950s)
All Rick Random Space Detective issues. 53, 66, 70, 75, 83, 90, 91, 97, 101, 115, 123, 127, 137, 143, 153, 163
Bright covers with rusty staple spots showing through. 153 [gd], balance [vg-/vg] (16)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £255

118

Super-Detective Library (1950s)
Including 10 Rip Kirby issues. 52, 69, 76, 106, 117, 124, 128, 130, 132, 135, 138, 141, 142, 144, 146, 148, 150
Bright covers with rusty staple spots showing through. 117, 135 [gd], balance [vg-/fn-] (17)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £215

119

Tiny Tots (1950-51) 909-965
Two complete years in bound volume. Most issues fortnightly
Bright covers, cream pages [vfn] (57)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £174

120

Atlas softback UK reprints + (1960s)
Planet Adventure Book, Planet Comics 5, Strange Suspense Stories (Ditko), Tales Of Dread Album, Heroes Of The Sky, Outer Space starring Captain Future and Space Story Omnibus [vg/fn] (7)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £110

121

Beano Summer Special (1967)
Front cover: small, narrow piece torn away by centre spine, back cover top margin piece torn away [gd]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £17

122

Beano Summer Special (1968)
Blind tear by lower staple, back cover dust shadow [fn-]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £64

123

Beano Summer Special (1969)
Half-inch closed tear to top cover [fn]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £75

124

Beano Summer Special (1971-73)
[fn-/fn] (3)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £58

125

Beano Summer Special (1974-77)
[fn-/fn+] (4)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £58

126

Dandy Summer Special No 2 (1965)
[fn+]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £145

127

Dandy Summer Special No 3 (1966)
[fn+]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £116

128

Beano (1969)
With Dandy (1967)
Beano: 46 issues between 1394-1430 including Easter. Dandy: 28 issues between 1318-1361 including Easter and April Fool
[vg/fn-] (74)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £151

129

The Big One 1 (1964)
With Smiler, Kit Carson, Jungle Boy and Stone Age Kit the Ancient Brit
2 ins cover tear neatly repaired with archival tape. Back cover one inch damage where Sharps toffee wrapper free gift was originally attached [vg]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £46

130

Captain Miracle + (early 1960s) Mick Anglo Ltd.
Captain Miracle 4-7, Battle 3, 5, 8, TV Features 6, 7, Gunhawks 6, Space Ace 17, 18 [fn/vfn] (12)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £162

131

Eagle Vol. 11 (1960) 1-53
Complete year
Starring Dan Dare in Trip To Trouble and Project Nimbus. Fraser of Africa starts by Frank Bellamy and The Story of Jesus by Frank Hampson
[fn/vfn] (53)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £81

132

Eagle Vol. 12 (1961) 1-52
Complete year
Dan Dare in The Solid Space Mystery and The Platinum Planet. Fraser of Africa by Frank Bellamy
[vg/fn+] (52)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £99

133

Eagle Vol. 13 (1962) 1-52
Complete year plus 7 doubles
Dan Dare in The Earth Stealers, Montgomery of Alamein by Frank Bellamy
No 13 no back cover [gd], 12 issues some spine wear [vg], balance [fn-/fn+] (59)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £128

134

International Times (1969-74)
68-85, 104, 121, 126, 129, 130, 139, 141, 142, 160 and Vol 2 No 1
John and Yoko interview, early Fabulous Furry Freak Bros strip (on cover of No 74), Arlo Guthrie in London, Implosion at the Roundhouse with Julie Driscoll, Allen Ginsberg, interviews with Elvis Presley, William Burroughs, Frank Zappa, Elton John, The Adventures of Jerry Cornelius strip by Michael Moorcock and Mal Dean, Jethro Tull, Jefferson Airplane, Canned Heat, Monterey Pop and Bob Dylan Self-Portrait album review. And where else could you find the ad: "Attractive swinging chick, 18, needs cool guy with car for overland trip to Morocco, then India. Share expenses. Box 8503"
Mostly fresh, unfolded copies
[fn/fn+] (28)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £380

135

Oz Magazine 5 (June 1967)
Special Surprise Issue! With psychedelic fold out poster to reverse 'Plant a Flower Child' by Oz founding artist Martin Sharp
Taped along all folds [vg]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £87

136

Oz Magazine 8 (Jan 1968)
Double issue with misspelt Che 'Geuvara' poster and scarce Yoko Ono Film No 4 exhibition flyer. Articles include 'Underworld Confidential: World Wide Exclusive by Andy Warhol and 'The Stones, The Beatles and Spyder Turner's Raunch Epistemology' by Richard Meltzer
[nm]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £371

137

Oz Magazine No. 9 (Feb 1968)
Flying Saucers issue with cover by Oz founding artist Martin Sharp. Bob Dylan lyrics for The Million Dollar Bash. 'Blow Up!' - the Kennedy assassination with Moorman photo article. Martin Sharp graphic 'If I could turn you on .. '
[vfn]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £53

138

Oz Magazine 10 (March 1968)
The Pornography of Violence issue. Adrian Mitchell on Vietnam. Presidential Elections chess game cartoon centrefold. Martin Sharp cartoons along most lower pages. Justice and violence in Athens and Arkansas '68 and 'The Men who ban Oz'
[vfn]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £29

139

Oz Magazine 14 (Aug 1968)
Doors Strange Days cover. A paranoid guide to Fading Freedoms and Latent Fascism. Eugene Schonfeld MD alias Dr Hip Ocrates answers your sexual fantasy and drug problems eg 'I often read ads in the Underground press for people wanting 'French' love. Could you please tell me what this?' (Answer on pg 18)
[fn+]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £17

140

Oz Magazine 15 (Oct 1968)
Mick Jagger cover by Martin Sharp. Germaine Greer's Flip-Top Legal Pot (ordinary cigarettes), Jagger/Richards Street Fighting Man photo and lyrics. Confessions of a Faithless Suburban Wife. Martin Sharp's Electric Circus with Exploding Jimi Hendrix graphic
[vfn]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £56

141

Oz Magazine 16 (Nov 1968)
Martin Sharp's Magic Theatre cover art refers to Herman Hesse's novel 'Steppenwolf', "Entrance not for everybody. Price of Admission, your mind and 3 shillings". Justice League of America parody. Shock of The New Author, Robert Hughes suggests Sharp had assembled one of the richest bank of images ever appearing in a magazine. The worst selling most praised Oz ever
[fn+]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £42

142

Oz Magazine 17 (Dec 1968)
Louise Ferrier and Jenny Kee cover by Robert Whittaker. Cream, Eric Clapton and Manfred Mann interviews. Dr Hip Ocrates answers your sexual problems. John and Yoko's Two Virgins
[vfn]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £49

143

Oz Magazine 18 (Feb 1969)
Fingerlickin' Good! Cover art by Robert Crumb. Andy Warhol interview. Hairy Hippies, How to Destroy Corporate Capitalism. Whatever happened to Gandhi, Richard Neville on Marrakesh
[fn]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £49

144

Oz Magazine 19 (Apr 1969)
Viv Stanshall/Germaine Greer cover. Phonus Balonus Blues comic strip by Robert Crumb. Full page photos of Mick Jagger from the Beggar's Banquet and Marianne Faithfull as Ophelia. Bob Dylan Dylanologist article, LP reviews of Led Zeppelin, The Everly Brothers and Germaine Greer talks to Doctor G
[fn]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £49

145

Oz Magazine 20 (Apr 1969)
Hell's Angels by Andrew Fisher, Victor Vulgar cartoon story by Von Mora. Jimmy Page interview by Felix Dennis. Dr Hip Ocrates, Howling Wolf and Blood, Sweat & Tears
[vfn]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £23

146

Oz Magazine 21 (May 1969)
With Berkeley campus poster 'Outcry' and Running Man Book news booklet insert. With Wak Comix 8 page feature with Keep On Truckin' strips by Robert Crumb and Martin Sharp Magic Theatre montage. Pete Townsend interview, Marsha Hunt by David Bailey, Bernadette Devlin interview 'Up Ulster' and Rock 'n' Roll lyrics of The Chiffons, Johnny Kidd, Eddy Cochran and Little Richard
[fn]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £42

147

Oz Magazine 22 (Jul 1969)
Martin Sharp Mickey Mouse 1 Smiling Moon cover. Featuring the Million Dollar Underground by Germaine Greer, Zap Comix graphic, Dr Hip Ocrates, Hippie Horror stories, Prince Charles plays the cello. Frank Zappa interview
Loose cover [vg]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £35

148

Oz Magazine 24 (Oct/Nov 1969)
With Honeybunch Kaminski Jail Bait of the Month poster. The Beatles Come Together/Abbey Road/John Lennon interview. Freak Bros strip by Gilbert Shelton, John & Yoko photomontage. LP reviews of The Kinks, John Mayall and Steve Miller Band
[fn], Poster [vfn]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £104

149

Oz Magazine 25 (Dec 1969)
Elvis/Sun Records montage game, America's real Uncle Sam - Robert Finnis on Sam C Phillips. Plastic Ono Band. Furry Freak Bros strip. Dr Hip Ocrates, Easy Rider/Peter Fonda interview. Full page ads for John & Yoko Wedding Album, Beatles 'Come Together', Rolling Stones 'Let It Bleed'
[fn+]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £13

150

Oz Magazine 26 (Feb/March 1970)
Pussy Power issue. Poem 'A Sane Revolution' by D H Lawrence. Dandy Darling transgender centrefold. Robert Crumb cartoons. The Slag Heap Erupts by Germaine 'Grrer'. Acid Flix by Albie Thoms, Dear Doctor Hippocrates. Back cover Marilyn Monroe/Van Gogh photomontage by Martin Sharp
[fn]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £23

151

Oz Magazine 27 (Apr 1970)
Acid Oz - Sex Fair Special. Robert Crumb cover. Mickey Mouse 'Acid is good for you' double page graphic by Martin Sharp. Playpower in Pornoland. The Wooton report on LSD. History of Teen Idols and Teenybop - the American pre-Beatles era. Jefferson Airplane, Grateful Dead, Steve Miller Band LP reviews
[vfn]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £42

152

Oz Magazine 28 (May 1970)
The School Kids Issue. The most infamous of Oz issues. No 28 shows: Rupert The Bear in flagrante delicto in a Robert Crumb style cartoon strip. It was the centrepiece of the Oz obscenity trials in 1971 where the defendants were found guilty and then innocent on appeal. They dressed as schoolgirls for the hearing
[vfn]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £302

153

Oz Magazine 29 (July 1970)
Female Energy Issue. Oz Bust by Obscenity Squad report and Crumb cartoon. Perils of Pauline parody, Nancy Kotex High School Nurse cartoon strip. The Politics of Female Sexuality by Germaine Greer. Hendrix/Band of Gypsys, Woodstock, full page ads. LP Reviews Leon Russell, King Crimson
[vfn]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £21

154

Oz Magazine 30 (Oct 1970)
With Jimi Hendrix/Oz News Poster insert. Hey Jimi where you gonna run to? By Germaine Greer. General Waste More Land, Conversation with a CIA agent. Little Orphan Amphetamine cartoon strip by Gilbert Shelton
[fn]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £75

155

Ink (1971) 1-19, 21
Founded by Oz co-founder, Richard Neville, Ink was famous for its Ralph Steadman and Gerald Scarfe covers, one of which parodied Neville's Oz Schoolkids issue showing Rupert in flagrante delicto with Mary Whitehouse in front of the Pope. It is included here
Light horizontal mail folds [vg/fn] (20)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £336

156

1970s UK Underground Comix. Big Bang 1, Blood, Sex, Terror 1, Brain Storm 1-3, 6, Brain Storm Fantasy 1, Dan O'Neill's Comics 1, 2, Edward's Heave nn, Heroine nn, It's All Lies 2, 3, 4, Sometime Stories 1, Street Quomix 3, 4, 5 The Trials of Nasty Tales nn, Zip 1. With 3 Fanzine style issues: Kaptain Kopter and Commander Cassidy in Potato Land, Hedgehog Times 1, New Reality 1
[vg/fn+] (23)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £191

157

Schoolgirls Picture Library (1963-65)
220-315 (final issue)
In five volumes. Publisher's file copies
starring Zanna the Jungle Girl, Mimi the Mesmerist, Kim and Zenda in Space and Miss Adventure
Bright fresh covers, cream pages with slightly darker edges [fn/vfn] (96)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £203

158

Space Comics (early 1960s Davenport Askew +)
Planet Stories 3-6, Red Comet 1, 3-6, Space Ace 7, 15-18, 21-23, 25, 26, 29, 33, Diamond 15, 16. With Spacehawks 7, Captain Valiant 80, Captain Video 2, TV Adventures 6
3 issues [gd], balance [vg/fn] (29)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £215

159

It's Terrific (1967-68) 2, 10, 11, 12
With Fantastic 53 no back cover [gd-], 55, 66, 78, 89 and Cor!! 23 Jan 1971
[gd+/vg] (10)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £23

160

WHAM! (1964) 3 [fn], 4 [gd], 5 [vg] (3)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £75

161

Action (1976)
1, 2 with free gift Hookjaw transfer
[vfn+] (2)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £49

162

Battle (1975) 1-21
No 1 wfg Combat Badges of WWII, No 2 wfg Large Battle Poster
[vfn/vfn+] (21)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £302

163

Bullet (1976) 1, 2 both with free gifts Signet ring with Transfers and Survival booklet and Wallet
[vfn] (2)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £87

164

Captain Britain 1 (1976)
Wfg Captain Britain Mask
[vfn]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £30

165

Donald and Mickey 1 (1972)
With Magic Comic 1 (1976) with free gift Magic Pop-up Castle
[vfn+/vfn] (2)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £20

166

Mighty World of Marvel 1 (1972)
Wfg Green-skinned Monster T-Shirt Transfer
[vfn+]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £128

167

No 1s and early issues collection (late 70s-80s) .Most with free gifts
Barbie 1, 2, 4, Dreamer 1-3, 9, Girl 3-15, Heartbeat 1, Jackpot 1, Katy 1, Penny 2, Sunny 1, Tarzan 1, 10-4 Action 1-6
[vg+/fn+] (32)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £93

168

2000 AD (1977) 1, 3-50
Progs 1, 3, 4, 7, [vg], 6 [vg+], balance
[vfn-/vfn] (49)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £145

169

2000 AD (1977-78)
5, 8-22, 24-32, 34-42, 46-48
[fn+/vfn] (23)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £64

170

2000 AD (1978) 70-80
Progs 71, 72, 77 & 78 were banned over copyright law where Burger King and Jolly Green Giant were both parodied in the Judge Dredd 'Cursed Earth' episodes (also look out for Ronald McDonald, who kills the Burger King and Col Sanders look-a-like as the dastardly Doctor Gribbons)
[fn/vfn] (11)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £87

171

Vulcan (1975-76) 1-28
Complete run starring The Steel Claw, Trigan Empire, The Spider, Robot Archie, Kelly's Eye, Saber and Mytek the Mighty
No 1: small cover piece torn away by lower staple [vg], a few others [fn-/fn], balance (scarce in these grades) [vfn/nm] (28)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £951

172

Warlord (1974) 1, 2 both with free gifts Replica medals and Holder
[vfn] (2)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £64

173

Warren UK Reprints
Eerie (1972) 1, 3, 4 Ditko/Crandall/Colon art [vfn-/vfn]
With Vampirella (1972) 1-3
[vfn+/nm] (6)
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £42

174

Whoopie!
Frankie Stein Holiday Special (1981). With School Fun No 1 (1983) (2) [vg+]
Winning bid incl. 16% Buyer's Premium: £9


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