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February, 1999 Catalogue - British Comics and Artwork
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Lot #
1 Detective Tales (1890s) 1-40 Aldine Library original file copies of front covers only, from the collection of Barry Ono, the Penny Dreadful King. 8 x 4.5 ins approx (40)
Winning bid: 88
2 The Home of Powerful Dramatic Tales (1890s) 1-44 Aldine Library original file copies of front covers only. 8 x 5.5 ins approx (44)
Winning bid: 61
3 Life And Adventure (1890s) 1-4, 10-28 with Family "Hearts’ Delight" Library 1, 2 and Buffalo Bill Library 18 issues between 1-128. Aldine Library original file copies of front covers only. 8 x 5 ins approx. Some minor loss to a few copies (44)
Winning bid: 31
4 Invention, Travel & Adventure (1890) 53 issues between 1-84. Aldine Library original file copies of front covers only. 8 x 5 ins approx, some edge loss (53)
Winning bid: 121
5 Comic Cuts 5, 6 (1890) "One Hundred Laughs for one Halfpenny". Issue 5 almost torn along horizontal fold [pr/gd] (2)
Winning bid: 11
6 The Cartoon (1915) London Illustrated Weekly. With special free poster "The Kaiser’s Monster Carnival of Terrorism" by wartime artist Henry Furness. 30 x 23 ins [vg] (2)
Winning bid: 55


The following collection of The Thriller is complete from issue 1-586 in twenty-two volumes and seventeen loose issues. Professionally bound in burgundy cloth, the detective story papers are in very fine to near mint condition with creamy white page colour throughout. The highest grade Thriller Comics ever offered at auction. Many famous authors cut their teeth in these issues and Leslie Charteris, Edgar Wallace, W E Johns, John Creasey and Maxwell Grant all feature prominently. We offer the collection in the following six lots.

7 The Thriller (1929-30) 1-99 Bound in four volumes [vfn/nm] (4)
Winning bid: 962
8 The Thriller (1931-32) 100-204 Four volumes [vfn/nm] (4)
Winning bid: 528
9 The Thriller (1933-34) 205-308 Four volumes [vfn/nm] (4)
Winning bid: 429
10 The Thriller (1935-36) 309-412 Four volumes [vfn/nm] (4)
Winning bid: 275
11 The Thriller (1937-38) 413-490 Three volumes [vfn/nm] (3)
Winning bid: 286
12 The Thriller (1938-40) 491-586 Three volumes including 17 loose issues (becomes War Thriller)
Winning bid: 308
13 Film Fun 1 (1920) Am. Press with free gift Fatty Arbuckle photoplate. General foxing and wear, horizontal mailing fold, staples rusty [gd-]
Winning bid: 242
14 Film Fun 2-7 (1920) Ben Turpin and Charlie Conklin "film" Adventures from Mack Sennett comedies. Spine foxing, staples rusty [gd] (6)
Winning bid: 121
15 Film Fun (1935-38) 17 issues between 820-956. Laurel & Hardy. Staples rusty [fr/gd] (17)
Winning bid: 50
16 The Champion (1922) Am. Press 1-6, 13, 14, 17-20, 32, 48 Xmas Issue, "Mystery-Adventure-Sport". Well worn spines [fr/gd] (13)
Winning bid: 23
17 Pluck 1 (1922) Am. Press "The Sport and Adventrure Story paper" [fn-]
Winning bid: 53
18 The Rocket 1 (1923) "Full-Of-Thrills Yarns For You And Your Pal" [vg-]
Winning bid: 46
19 Vanguard 4, 6 (1923) D-C-Thomson [gd/vg] (2)
Winning bid: 24
20 Boy’s Cinema (1920-39) 79 issues between 37-1025 [gd/vg] (79)
Winning bid: 145
21 Bullseye (1933) 105-143. 39 issues in bound volume [vg/vg+]
Winning bid: 165
22 Magnet (1930-36) One poorly bound half year volume of issues 1481-1506, and 148 loose issues between 1142-1551, and 4 issues of The Gem [gd/vg]
Winning bid: 83
23 Modern Boy (1928-39) 146 loose issues between 5-517 (near consecutive run early 1930s) and two bound volumes 27-52 and 105-130 with a few cut-outs [gd/vg+]
Winning bid: 75
24 Mickey Mouse Weekly 1 (1936) Odhams Press [vg+] with a Wright’s Mickey Mouse Biscuits wrapper (1930s); Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck indian ink drawings (2) artist unknown; Post Toasties Post (1936), children’s newspaper promo issue with Disney characters, and two 1930s Disney press cuttings (7)
Winning bid: 176
25 Mickey Mouse Weekly poster (1936) advertising the first issues "2d every Friday". Condition "A"
Winning bid: 385
26 Mickey Mouse Weekly Holiday Special (1936) Odhams. First Christmas Special. Staples rusty, loose cover [vg-]
Winning bid: 42
27 Snow White Children’s Album (c.1937) Chappell & Co. Sheet music of 8 songs from the film with 11 full page illustration (22pp); and Snow White Piano Selection (c.1938) Chappell & Co (12pp) [vg+] (2)
Winning bid: 31
28 Radio Times Christmas Issues 1929, ‘34, ‘36 [vg] (3)
Winning bid: 94
29 Radio Times Special Issues (1929-37) Summer Numbers 1929, ‘31, ‘33; 10th Anniversary 1933; Radio Olympia 1934; Jubilee 1935 and Autumn 1937. Four Art Deco covers [vg/fn] (7)
Winning bid: 165
30 Happy Families, Peter Panda (1938) Sunday Despatch/Bird’s Custard giveaway comics [vg] (2)
Winning bid: 28
31 Boy’s Papers Mix (1920s-30s) including early issues of Nugget, Red Arrow, Dick Turpin, Rocket, Boy’s Own Paper and 34 issues of The Ranger [gd/vg-] (63)
Winning bid: 99
32 1930s Selection including Modern Boy 2, 5, 9, 11; The Joker; Jolly Comic; Boys and Girls (D. Mail pullout); Illustrated Chips; Sunbeam; Funny Wonder and Mickey Mouse Weekly [gd/vg] (63)
Winning bid: 94
33 Triumph (1930-36) 15 issues between 267-617; and Champion - 18 issues between 415-1380 [gd-/vg] (33)
Winning bid: 61
34 Hotspur (1933) 2-8. 8 has front cover doodles [gd/vg-] (7)
Winning bid: 61
35 Hotspur (1933) 8-18 [vg/vg+] (11)
Winning bid: 110
36 Hotspur (1934) 19-44 bound volume [vg/vg+] (26)
Winning bid: 209
37 Hotspur (1934) 45-60, 63, 70 [gd/vg+] (18)
Winning bid: 72
38 Hotspur (1935) 17 issues between 73-105 and 433 (1942), 295 (1939), 695 (1950) and New Hotspur 113 (1961). Small cutout to 5 front covers [fr/gd] (21)
Winning bid: 35
39 Rover 12 (1922) [fr], with (1931-32) 19 issues between 425-588 [gd/vg-] (20)-
Winning bid: 46
40 Rover (1933-38) 24 issues between 562-825 (mainly 1933-34) [gd/vg] (24)
Winning bid: 61
41 Skipper (1931-32) 20 issues between 27-122 [fr/gd] (20)
Winning bid: 31
42 Skipper (1933) 25 issues between 123-174 [gd/vg] (25)
Winning bid: 72
43 Skipper (1934-37) 34 issues between 186-356 [gd/vg-] (34)
Winning bid: 77
44 Wizard (1930-31) 26 issues between 375-471 [fr/gd] (26)
Winning bid: 61
45 Wizard (1932) 19 issues between 474-523 [gd/vg] (19)
Winning bid: 143
46 Wizard (1933) 33 issues between 527-578 [gd-/vg] (33)
Winning bid: 198
47 Wizard (1934-36) 54 issues between 579-719 [fr/gd/vg] (54)
Winning bid: 132
48 Rover & Skipper Annuals (1920s-30s) D-C-Thomson. Rover 1928, 1931, 1932, 1934 (spine repair), 1937, 1939; Skipper 1932 (1st Annual), 1933-36 [vg-/vg+] (11)
Winning bid: 53
49 Wizard Annuals plus: Wizard Annual 1936 (1st Annual), 1937, 1949; Wizard Holiday Book 1938, 1939 (only these two early issues were printed); Hotspur 1935 (1st Annual); Champion 1928, 1933, 1936; Pip & Squeak 1929; Japhet 1936; Sparkler 1937 and 4 other titles [fr/gd/vg] (16)
Winning bid: 99
50 Adventureland (1920s-30s) D-C-Thomson. 1924 (1st Annual) with d/jacket, 1925, 1926, 1928, 1931, 1933, 1934; Modern Boy’s 1932 with Boy’s Own 1919; Young England 1913 and novels Jungle Spies, Tales of Robin Hood [vg/fn] (12)
Winning bid: 46
51 Boys Cinema Annuals 1932, 1934, 1937, 1938, 1948 [pr], 1950, 1951; Film Fun 1952 and 10 1970s Cowboy reference and film books. 1970s [vfn], balance [vg] (18)
Winning bid: 94
52 Facsimile 1970s Magnet and Gem books with 32 facsimile Bullseye early issues and Bullseye Collectors Edition 1-10 in slipcase, and Rupert Book 1958 [vg], balance [fn/vfn] (44)
Winning bid: 94


The following lots of D C-Thomson war issues are rare due to the paper shortage and their historical propaganda stories

53 Adventure (1939) 898-919 Unbroken run [vg-/vg] (22)
Winning bid: 308
54 Hotspur (1942) 430-446, 448-453 [vg/vg+] (23)
Winning bid: 99
55 Hotspur (1943) 454-469, 471-475, 477-479 [vg/vg+] (24)
Winning bid: 99
56 Hotspur (1944-45) 480-502, 504, 505, 507-512. Mostly 1944 [vg/fn+] (31)
Winning bid: 165
57 Rover (1939) 886-892, 894-896 [vg-/vg] (10)
Winning bid: 55
58 Skipper (1939) 446-461 [vg/vg+] (17)
Winning bid: 110
59 Wizard (1939) 851, 854-859, 861-866, 884-890 [vg-/vg+] (20)
Winning bid: 231
60 The Beano 1 (1938) D-C-Thomson. First adventures of Big Eggo and Lord Snooty and His Pals. With free gift Whoopee Mask. General tanned condition with some foxing and edge tears to front cover. There are only a handful of copies in existence, and this Whoopee Mask is the only example known to have survived [gd]
Winning bid: 6,820

NB: A copy of The Beano No 1 was sold in our September 1995 catalogue for 4200 in [fn+] condition without the Whoopee Mask - a British comics auction record.

61 The Beano 2 (1938) Bright cover colours, light tan pages, slight dust shadow at bottom margin [vg+]
Winning bid: 770
62 Beano 125 (1940), 325 (1947), 388 (1949). Three Christmas issues [vg-/fn/fn] (3)
Winning bid: 187
63 Beano (1944) 222-226, 230-237, 241-243, 248. Rare war issues. Bright fresh colours, near white pages, some margin tears and creasing [vg/fn] (17)
Winning bid: 462
64 Beano (1945) 259, 264, 266, 268-272. Issue 264 has margin tears and 5 ins tear to p3 [vg], balance issues bright fresh colours, clean near white pages, some pages creased [fn/fn+] (8)
Winning bid: 121
65 Beano (1944-45) 239, 245-247, 249-253, 261, 265. Issue 261 has fifth of back page torn away, balance some large tears, some worn spines [gd/gd+] (11)
Winning bid: 66
66 Dandy 2 (1937) Korky The Cat and Desperate Dan. Light tan pages, a few small edge tears [vg]
Winning bid: 418
67 Dandy 3 (1937) Light tan pages, some small foxing spots [vg]
Winning bid: 418
68 Dandy 31 (1938) Bright fresh colours, supple pages, 2.5 ins margin corner piece missing bottom back cover [fn-]
Winning bid: 94
69 Dandy 33 (1938) Bright fresh colours, supple off-white pages, front cover edge tears [fn-]
Winning bid: 94
70 Dandy 35 (1938) Bright fresh colours, supple off-white pages, top corner margin blemish last 3 pages [fn-]
Winning bid: 94
71 Dandy 36 (1938) Bright fresh colours, supple off-white pages, top corner margin blemish last 3 pages [fn-]
Winning bid: 94
72 Dandy 37 (1938) [gd]
Winning bid: 88
73 Dandy (1941) 163-172 Desperate Dan, Addie & Hermie those nasty Nazis [vg] (10)
Winning bid: 242
74 Dandy (1941) 179-193 Wartime run [vg] (15)
Winning bid: 374
75 Dandy 180, 181 (1941) with Beano 271, 272 (1945), and Film Fun (1939-42) 1004, 1036, 1147, 1156, 1157. Both Beanos have top margin corners missing front cover, first page [gd/vg] (9)
Winning bid: 86
76 Magic 1 (1939) D-C-Thomson. Koko The Pup by E-H-Banger and Peter Piper by Dudley Watkins. This third title from the Beano and Dandy stable only reached eighty issues until 1941, when wartime shortage of paper and dyestuffs signalled its early demise. All issues are considered to be rare, and only five copies of Magic 1 are known to exist. Light tan pages with some foxing to front and back covers [vg]
Winning bid: 1,650

NB: A copy of Magic 1 in [fn+] condition was sold in our September 1997 auction for 2975.

77 Magic 4 (1939) Koko The Pup with Peter Piper by Dudley Watkins. Bright colours, edge tanning [vg]
Winning bid: 154
78 Magic 5 (1939) Bright fresh colours, light edge tan [fn-]
Winning bid: 220
79 Beano Book No 1 (1940) Pansy Potter pivots plank: Big Eggo balances. Professionally restored spine around original spine illustration, medium general wear to boards, light tan pages, no dedication; page 31 small corner piece missing. Rare first issue [vg]
Winning bid: 3,080
80 Beano Book (1953) Jack Flash takes Biffo to the Moon. Neatly inscribed [fn-]
Winning bid: 126
81 Beano Books 1954, 1955; Monster Rupert 1962 (page cutouts); Rupert 1967 (magic painting done); School Friends Annuals 1948, 1951, 1955; and 12 Schoolgirl’s Own Library (1950s) [gd/vg] (19)
Winning bid: 33
82 Beano Books 1956, ‘57, ‘60, ‘62, ‘64. Damaged spines; ‘56 and ‘64 have replaced spines [gd] (5)
Winning bid: 143
83 Beano Books 1958, ‘59. Biffo juggles, Dennis gets menaced by a goat [fn+/vfn] (2)
Winning bid: 170
84 Beano Books 1965-69 [vfn-/vfn+] (5)
Winning bid: 154
85 Beano Books 1970-75. 1974 [vg], balance [vfn/nm-] (6)
Winning bid: 88
86 Dandy Monster Comic 1950. Korky warms up the sea for a dip [vg]
Winning bid: 149
87 Dandy Monster Comic 1951. Retouched spine [vg], with 1952 [gd] (2)
Winning bid: 77
88 Dandy Books 1953, ‘54, ‘55 [vg/vg+] (3)
Winning bid: 132
89 Dandy Books 1956, ‘57, ‘58 [gd/vg] (3)
Winning bid: 88
90 Dandy Books 1960, ‘63, ‘64, ‘65. 1964 [vfn], balance [vg] (4)
Winning bid: 55
91 Dandy Books 1966-75. 1974 spine loose, balance [fn/vfn] (10)
Winning bid: 46
92 Dennis The Menace Bi-annuals 1956 (first issue), 1958, 1960, 1962, 1964. David Law’s Dennis causing major increase in slipper sales. First two issues spines retouched, eplaced; balance [fn/vfn] (5)
Winning bid: 132
93 Dennis The Menace Bi-annuals 1966-74. 7 issue complete run [fn/vfn] (7)
Winning bid: 64
94 Beryl The Peril Bi-annuals 1959 (first issue) to 1977. Complete run. 1959 worn top spine [vg-], balance [vg/fn] (10)
Winning bid: 132
95 The Beezer Book 1958 (first issue), 1959, 1960, 1961, 1963, 1964. Ginger by Dudley Watkins, Baby Crocket, Pop, Dick and Harry. 1958 [gd], 1959 [vg], balance [vfn-/vfn] (6)
Winning bid: 187
96 The Beezer Book 1966-78. Some damaged spines [vg/fn/vfn] (14)
Winning bid: 20
97 The Topper Book 1956-59. Mickey The Monkey by Dudley Watkins. 1956 loose pages, balance [vg+/fn] (4)
Winning bid: 154
98 The Topper Book 1960-63, 1965-72 [vg/fn/vfn] (12)
Winning bid: 83
99 Eagle Comic Vol 1: No 1 (1950) Dan Dare, Jeff Arnold, PC 49 begin. Clean off white pages, bright fresh colours, competition puzzle filled in ink [fn+]; with Jeff Arnold Eagle Order Form. Both rare in this condition (2)
Winning bid: 286
100 Eagle Vol 1: No 2-52. Bright fresh colours, clean white pages [fn+/vfn+] (51)
Winning bid: 220
101 Eagle Vol 2 (1951) 1-52 Complete year [fn+/vfn+] (52)
Winning bid: 132
102 Eagle Vol 3 (1952) 1-52 Complete year [fn+/vfn+] (52)
Winning bid: 121
103 Eagle Vol 4 (1953) 1-27, 29-37; with Vol 5: 2-46. There were only 38 issues to Vol 4 [fn+/vfn+] (81)
Winning bid: 66
104 Dan Dare’s Space Book (1953) Illustrated by Frank Hampson, Bruce Cornwell and Desmond Walduck. Well worn covers [gd]
Winning bid: 44
105 Eagle Original Artwork Vol 7: No 32. (1956) Dan Dare front cover art by Frank Hampson. Col Dan Steals Gogol’s Space Ship.
Winning bid: 550
106 Dan Dare boy’s tie (1950s) West End Silk Co, London. For Sunday tea at Grandma’s. As new.
Winning bid: 83
107 Young Marvelman Artworks (1950s) drawn and signed by H Stanley White. Two black and white artworks with our hero knocking villains and wild animals for six (2)
Winning bid: 110
108 Tarzan (1953-56) Vol 3: 2-52; Vol 4: 1-52; Vol 5: 1-52; Vol 6: 1-5. Three year unbroken run [vg-/vg] (160)
Winning bid: 154
109 Thriller Comics/Library 15, 37, 38, 41, 48, 51, 53, 54, 56, 57 [vg/vg+] (10)
Winning bid: 72
110 Thriller Comics/Library (1952-53) 22, 25, 26, 31, 33-42, 45 [vg/fn+] (15)
Winning bid: 99
111 Thriller Comics Library 47-54, 56, 57, 61, 76-88, 109 [fn/fn+] (25)
Winning bid: 143
112 Thriller Comics Library 58-67, 69, 157, 160, 162, 163, 165, 168, 171, 172 [vg/fn+] (20)
Winning bid: 132
113 Thriller Comics Library 91-95, 97, 102, 109, 129, 147-149, 171, 178, 200, 207, 209, 210 with Famous Romance Library 2, 3 and Giant War Picture Library 1 (x2), 2-4 [fn/vfn] (25)
Winning bid: 132
114 Lilliput (1946-52) 37 issues with Men Only (the original version, similar to Lilliput) 19 issues and London Opinion 18 issues. Some rolled spines and rusty staples (74)
Winning bid: 66
115 Toby Twirl (c.1950s) Sampson Low. - Rescues Prince Apricot; - And The Mermaid Princess; - in Pogland. Large format, soft cover, full colour story books. 14 x 9.5 ins. Undedicated. Only these books issued. [fn/vfn] (3)
Winning bid: 143
116 Lion (1952-54) Am. Press 1-135. Captain Condor by Frank S Pepper, with two free gift booklets. 1, 2 taped spines; missing issue 16 [gd/vg] (134)
Winning bid: 83
117 Jingles (1951-53) Am. Press 628-680. 53 issues in bound volume [fn/vfn]
Winning bid: 88
118 Tip Top (1951-52) Am. Press. 614-653. 42 issues in bound volume [fn/vfn]
Winning bid: 39
119 The Comet (1954-55) 11 issues between 291-339, with 5 western reprints, Western Fun Album; Classics Illustrated 12, 112 and Tarzan Vol 4, 13 issues between 26-47, and Wambi Jungle Boy 1 Alliance Book Co [gd/vg] (32)
Winning bid: 24
120 Sun (1953-56) Am. Press. 217-377. Near complete 3 year run of 165 issues missing numbers 259, 267, 275, 301 and 316. Billy The Kid cover stories. 275 torn away, early issues well worn spines [fr], balance [gd/vg-] (156)
Winning bid: 94
121 Topper (1956) 153-204. Mickey The Monkey by Dudley Watkins. Full year. Edge tanning [vg-/vg] (52)
Winning bid: 61
122 The Big One 1 (1964) Large format with humour strips by Eric Roberts, Reg Parlett and Roy Wilson; with Playbox 1279 (1955) with free gift Jack and Jill booklet [vfn] (2)
Winning bid: 42
123 Bunty (1965-77) 414-1019 Complete run. A few copies with rolled spines [pr], balance [vg/vg+] (606)
Winning bid: 209
124 Judy (1966-77) 314-915 Complete run. A few copies with rolled spines [pr], balance [vg/vg+] (602)
Winning bid: 121
125 June (1966-74) 399 issues with 2 missing from otherwise complete run [gd/vg] (399)
Winning bid: 264
126 Mandy (1971-78) 250-589 Complete run [vg/vg+] (340)
Winning bid: 110
127 Girls’ Annuals Selection: Bunty 1966-76; Judy 1967, 1969-76; Judy 1968 [pr]; June 1967, 1969-76; Mandy 1976 and Girl’s Crystal (both missing spines [fr]), balance [fn/vfn] (32)
Winning bid: 24


The following collection of TV Century 21 and related titles is noted for its bright fresh colours, clean white pages and resultant high grades.

128 TV Century 21 No 1 (1965) City Magazines. Stingray by Ron Embleton, Lady Penelope, Daleks begin. Rare in this grade [vfn+]
Winning bid: 264
129 TV-Century 21 (1965) 2, 3, 5-8 [vfn/vfn+](6)
Winning bid: 187
130 TV-Century 21 (1965) 13-49 [vfn/vfn+] (37)
Winning bid: 198
131 TV-Century 21 (1966) 50-102 Complete year [vfn/vfn+] (53)
Winning bid: 209
132 TV-Century 21 (1967) 103-154 Complete year [vfn/vfn+] (52)
Winning bid: 187
133 TV-Century 21 (1968) 155-187, 189-206 [vfn/nm] (51)
Winning bid: 187
134 TV-Century 21 (1969) 207-242 last issue [vfn/nm] (46)
Winning bid: 154
135 TV-21 New Series (1969-71) 1-105 last issue. Missing 7, 8, 63 [vfn/nm] (102)
Winning bid: 110
136 TV-Tornado (1967) 1-11 [vfn-/vfn] (11)
Winning bid: 66
137 Countdown/TV Action (1971-73) Polystyle. 1-132 Complete run with all three Holiday Specials: Countdown 1971, TV Action and Countdown 1972, TV Action 1973. Starring Dr Who, Thunderbirds, Captain Scarlet, and UFO. Issue 1 [fn+], balance [vfn/nm] (135)
Winning bid: 176
138 Wrath Of The Gods Original Artwork (1963) Double page centre spread drawn by Ron Embleton. From Boy’s World 30 March 1963. Full colour artboard 30" x 20"
Winning bid: 605
139 Look & Learn (1962-69) 1-360 in 14 contemporary strung binders allowing indiviual issues to be extracted. The Trigan Empire starts from issue 232 onwards; with 15 loose issues between 371-380 [vg/fn]
Winning bid: 182
140 Trigan Empire Original Artwork (1970) Drawn by Don Lawrence. From Look & Learn 18 July 1970. Full colour artboard with Dutch language lettering. 20.5" x 15.5"
Winning bid: 198
141 Trigan Empire Original Artwork (1970) Drawn by Don Lawrence. From Look & Learn 15 August 1970. Full colour artboard with lettering in Dutch language.
Winning bid: 154
142 The Beatles Yellow Submarine (1968) Corgi Toys. Slight paint blemish to front wing, otherwise as new in [fn] box with The Yellow Submarine Gift Book [vg]
Winning bid: 209
143 Giles Annual Second Series (1947) D. Express [fn-]
Winning bid: 99
144 Giles Annual Fourth Series (1949) D.-Express [vfn]
Winning bid: 83
145 Giles Annual Fifth Series (1950) D. Express. Top staple rust showing through to front cover, light scrape to back cover edge [fn+]
Winning bid: 83
146 The Andy Capp Book (1958) D. Mirror; Life With Andy Capp (1959); Andy Capp Spring Tonic (1959); All the best from Andy Capp (1965). Reg Smythe’s (not) working class hero. Four well thumbed laminated paperbacks [gd/vg] (4)
Winning bid: 46
147 Tintin books (1958-66) Crab With The Golden Claws; The Secret Of The Unicorn; Red Rackham’s Treasure; Destination Moon; Explorers On The Moon; The Calculus Affair; The Shooting Star; Tintin In Tibet; The Seven Golden Balls; The Black Island. Some page foxing [vg/vg+] (10)
Winning bid: 202
148 Famous Monsters of Filmland 1, 2 (1958) Ghoul Power [fn] (2)
Winning bid: 143
149 Christopher Lee as Dracula original painting (1973) by artist Elizabeth Roberts. Signed by Christopher Lee at his Fan Club Convention, London 1974. Photo provenance included of Lee holding painting. 21" x 15".
Winning bid: 110
150 Dracula - various movie and lobby cards. Original film stills by Hammer Films (1970s) starring Christopher Lee. Taste The Blood Of Dracula; Dracula AD1972; Dracula Is Dead; Dracula Has Risen From The Grave. 42 black and white, 27 in colour (69)
Winning bid: 110
151 The Scars Of Dracula (1970) Full colour original artwork for the Hammer film poster. Artist unknown
Winning bid: 220
152 The Amazon Queen (1970s) Full colour original artwork for the unmade Hammer film, signed "Chantrell"
Winning bid: 220
153 Smash! (1966-70) Odhams/IPC 186 issues between 12-216. Leo Baxendale strips [vg-/vg+] (186)
Winning bid: 121
154 Smash! 11 (1966) "Bad Penny" front cover artwork by Leo Baxendale. Featuring Ringo Starr as a balloon. 13 x 13 ins
Winning bid: 105
155 Smash! 24 "Charlie’s Choice: James Bond" Two page artwork by Brian Lewis starring Connery/Bond and Goldfinger. 14 x 17 ins (2)
Winning bid: 72
156 Smash! 62 "Charlie’s Choice: Man from UNCLE" Two page artwork starring Napoleon Solo and Mr Waverley. 14 x 17 ins (2)
Winning bid: 44
157 Smash! 20/2/1971 "Simon Test and the Curse Of The Conqueror" Splash page black & white artwork by Ray Bradbury. 20 x 17 ins
Winning bid: 55
158 Smash! 109 "Charlie’s Choice: The Prisoner" Two page artwork by Brian Lewis starring Patrick McGoohan. 14 x 17 ins (2)
Winning bid: 55
159 Garth (29.6.1977) D. Mirror strip artwork drawn and signed by Martin Asbury
Winning bid: 35
160 Viz: "Finbar Saunders and his Double Entendres" black and white artwork signed by the founders of Viz comic and by the artist: Chris Donald, Simon Donald, Graham Dury and Simon Thorpe. Rare. With Viz Christmas page artwork "Bumpkin Billionaires" (2)
Winning bid: 154
161 Viz 1 (1979) Humour for those of a timid nature. Second print, light edge tanning [vg]
Winning bid: 110
162 Viz 2 Free balloon neatly stapled to back cover!. Light edge tanning [vg]
Winning bid: 83
163 Viz 3 Starring "Victor Pratt the Stupid Twat" Light edge tanning [vg]
Winning bid: 55
164 MAD Magazine 243 (1983) Front cover original artwork of Prince Charles, Princess Diana, with new baby Alfred E Neuman. By Harry North. 14 x 12 ins
Winning bid: 275
165 MAD-Magazine (1980s) Front cover original artwork of Alfred E Neuman as Boy George. By Harry North. 14 x 12 ins
Winning bid: 165
166 MAD-Magazine. Coronation Street black & white original artwork featuring 6 main characters plus Robin Day and Prince Charles. By Harry North. 18 x 13 ins
Winning bid: 110
167 2000AD Sci-Fi Special (1980) 10 page complete story artwork "Judge Dredd: The Greatest Story Ever Told" written by Alan Grant, drawn by Steve Dillon. 21 x 15 ins (10)
Winning bid: 264
168 Judge Dredd Magazine 25 (1993) "Elvis" pages 35 and 36 double page spread. Original black & white artwork by John Hicklenton with colour and text overlay. 22 x 15 ins (2)
Winning bid: 88
169 Iron Man 296 (1993) Marvel front cover artwork drawn and signed by Kevin Hopgood. 11 x 17 ins
Winning bid: 44
170 Iron Man 299 (1993) Marvel pages 2 and 3 double page spread drawn and signed by Kevin Hopgood. 22 x 17 ins
Winning bid: 42
171 "Spider-Man On The Ledge" sculpture (1997) Attakus, France. By Bombyx, with certificate. No 323 of 8888. Mint and boxed, 6 ins high.
Winning bid: 38
172 UK-Pulps (1950s) Amazing Stories 17, 19, 20; Fantastic Adventures 9, 13, 20, 21; Thrilling Wonder 3, 4 all Good-Girl art covers [vg/fn] (9)
Winning bid: 57
173 UK Pulps 2 (1950s) Startling Stories 4, 5; Planet Stories 11 (Ray Bradbury story); Future Science Fiction 2, 7, 12; Science Fiction Quarterly 1, 4. Alex Schomburg, Earl Bergey, Virgil Finlay cover art [vg/fn] (8)
Winning bid: 46


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