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March, 2004 Results
British comics, annuals & artwork
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Note: Prices Realised include 10% Buyer's Premium.

1

Cassell’s Illustrated Robinson Crusoe (1877) 1-13. Produced in thirteen 36 page quarto editions, each part of this complete run was given with a pound of Bonus Tea [gd/vg] (13)
Winning Bid: £33

2

Big Budget 1 (1897) C Arthur Pearson. Rare first 8 page issue [vg]
Winning Bid: £99

3

Boy’s Cinema 1-28 (1919-20)
in bound volume with all free gift art plates, including Douglas Fairbanks, CharlieChaplin, Jack Dempsey, William Hart and Tom Mix. Life stories of Harry Houdini and Charlie Chaplin. Bound volume is well worn with frayed, tanned page edges. Some loose pages. Issues 1-5 [fr/gd], balance [vg] (28)
Winning Bid: £143

4

Bubbles 1 (1921) Am Press.
Full colour cover, 12 pages [gd]
Winning Bid: £44

5

Penny Wonder 1 (1912) Am Press [gd]
Winning Bid: £61

6

The Magnet (1930) 1142-1193. Complete year in two bound vols [vg-/vg+] (52)
Winning Bid: £121

7

Hotspur (Jul-Dec 1936) 149-174.
Half year in bound volume. Fresh colours, light tan pages [fn-/fn+] (26)
Winning Bid: £157

8

Hotspur (Jul-Dec 1937) 201-226.
Half year in bound volume. Fresh colours, light tan pages fn-/fn+] (27)
Winning Bid: £170

9

Hotspur (Jul-Dec 1938) 253-279.
Half year in bound volume. Fresh colours, light tan pages [fn-/fn+] (27)
Winning Bid: £170

10

Rover (1931)
485, 497, 499, 501, 503, 505 [vg+/fn-] (6)
Winning Bid: £26

11

Rover (1932) 507, 511-514, 517-519 [vg/fn] (8)
Winning Bid: £39

12

Rover (1933)
582, 583, 585, 603, 605, 608, 609 [vg] (7)
Winning Bid: £40

13

Rover (1937) 769, 775, 781, 791, 792, 808, 814, 815 [vg-/vg+] (8)
Winning Bid: £44

14

14 Skipper (1933-4) 137, 145, 146, 167, 170, 204, 206, 208 [vg/fn-] (8)
Winning Bid: £39

15

Skipper (1935) 228, 233, 238, 239, 243, 244, 248, 249, 258 [vg] (9)
Winning Bid: £39

16

Skipper (1938)
385, 408, 415, 418, 424, 426 [vg-/vg] (6)
Winning Bid: £33

17

Skipper (1939-40)
472, 493, 503, 516, 518, 519 [vg] (6)
Winning Bid: £55

18

Wizard (Oct 1927-Apr 1928) 253-280.
Seven months in bound volume. Tan pages [vg/fn] (28)
Winning Bid: £182

19

Wizard (Apr-Oct 1928) 281-308. Seven months in bound volume. Tan pages [vg/fn] (28)
Winning Bid: £182

20

Wizard (Nov 1928-May 1929) 309-336. Seven months in bound volume. Tan pages [vg] (28)
Winning Bid: £182

21

Dandy 5 (Jan 1st 1938). Korky Gets Nipped! Bright cover colours, tan pages, some edge brittleness. Five sew-holes to spine [gd]
Winning Bid: £123

22

Dandy 6. Korky Bullies Bulldog!
Bright cover colours, tan pages. Five sew-holes to spine [gd+]
Winning Bid: £123

23

Dandy 7. Korky In A Rage In A Cage! Bright cover colours, tan pages, five sew-holes to spine [vg-]
Winning Bid: £123

24

Keyhole Kate original artwork by Allan Morley from Dandy No 7 (1938). Beryl And The Sleeping Policeman … Poster colour on card. 6.5 x 14 ins.
Winning Bid: £248

25

Dandy 8. Korky’s Fish Market Fire Drill! Bright cover colours, tan pages, five sew-holes to spine. Page edge brittleness [gd]
Winning Bid: £116

26

Dandy 9. Korky In A Mouse’s Trap.
Bright cover colours, tan pages, five sew-holes to spine, cover half split at spine, page edge brittleness [gd-]
Winning Bid: £113

27

Dandy 10. Korky Skates His Name!
Bright cover colours, tan pages, five sew-holes to spine [vg-]
Winning Bid: £183

28

Dandy 19 (1938) Korky Makes A Hit!
Date stamp ‘9 Apr 1938’ to top cover, pencil ‘20’ partially erased. Fresh colours, light tan pages. 4 ins tear to p.3 [vg]
Winning Bid: £143

29

Dandy 20. First Easter issue.
Bright fresh colours, light tan pages, 1 inch tear to back cover margin [fn-]
Winning Bid: £225

30

Dandy 21. Crow Crows Over Korky! Three name stamps to cover margin, price stamped over, bright colours, light tan pages [vg]
Winning Bid: £145

31

Dandy 22. Korky Winds Up Mouse!
Slight grubby cover, light tan pages [vg]
Winning Bid: £97

32

Dandy 23. Korky Wins Obstacle Race!
A few cover margin tears with small edge overhang loss, light tan pages [vg]
Winning Bid: £97

33

Dandy 24. Korky’s Burst Balloons! Bright fresh colours, wear to overlapping page edge [fn-]
Winning Bid: £346

34

Dandy 53 (1938). The first of two Xmas issues. Some light foxing to cover margin, small ink initials to top cover corner [vg]
Winning Bid: £244

35

Desperate Dan original artwork by Dudley Watkins from Dandy 53 Xmas 1938 issue. Dan delivers the Xmas mail by balloon – he’s the balloon! Indian ink on card. 12 x 15 inches.
Winning Bid: £550

36

DC Thompson ‘D.B. Club’ Menus 1-8
(1936-43). Dandy And Beano Club Menus with Chairman, M.D., editors and staff caricatures, irreverent poems and Dramatis Personaye (sic). 1943 menu drawn by Dudley Watkins, and two full-colour galley proof front covers of Beano 172 (1942) and Beano 169 (Xmas 1941). Also Third Artists’s Banquet menu (1962) with sixteen signatures including Tom Bannister (Pop, Dick And Harry) and David Law (Denis The Menace) and two original 12 x 10 photographs of Mr D C Thomson and Mr Fred Thomson (1930s). Rare D C Thomson memorabilia (12)
Winning Bid: £852

37

Beano Comic 1 (1938).
Big Eggo, Lord Snooty, Morgyn The Mighty begin their adventures. Bright colours, light tan pages. Half-inch tear at top margin to all pages [vg+]
Winning Bid: £12,100

38

Knockout 27 (1939). Cream pages [vg+]
Winning Bid: £32

39

Sunday Post Fun Section (1938, 1945).
Oor Wullie, The Broons. Eight page pull-outs; one from 24.3.1938, five from 1945 (2 Feb, 11 & 18 March, 26 Aug, 4 Nov). Light tan pages [vg-/vg] (6)
Winning Bid: £88

40

Original Korky The Cat Easter front cover artwork from The Dandy No 71 (1939) the second Easter number. Drawn by artist Jimmy Crichton. Korky gets his own back on the mice with an Easter waterfall …! Poster colour and ink on board 13 x 15 ins.
Winning Bid: £1,430

41

Original Lord Snooty propaganda artwork by Dudley Watkins from The Beano No 98 (Aug 1940) Lord Snooty and The Professor go back in time to recruit Robert The Bruce, Wellington And Napoleon for a stand-up fight with Hitler, Goering and Mussolini … Watkins war-time caricatures at their finest. Indian ink on card 21 x 16 inches.
Winning Bid: £1,512

42

Beano 102 (1940). Big Eggo Buzzes Deep Sea Diver! Pansy Potter catches Goering with a barrage balloon! Bright colours, clean creamy white pages [vfn]
Winning Bid: £114

43

Beano 103. Big Eggo Gets An Elephant Shower! Pansy Potter parries parachuting Nazis! Bright fresh colours, clean creamy white pages [vfn+]
Winning Bid: £138

44

Beano 104. Big Eggo Forced To Water Prize Tomatoes! Wild Boy Of The Woods takes on a German regiment. Bright fresh colours, clean creamy white pages [vfn]
Winning Bid: £121

45

Beano 105. Postman Big Eggo Gets Bull to Stick Stamps! Lord Snooty buys RAF camouflage paint … Bright fresh colours, clean creamy white pages [vfn]
Winning Bid: £114

46

Beano 107. Big Eggo Bakes Alarm Clock Pies! Lord Snooty Bombs Hitler’s Castle! Bright fresh colours, clean creamy white pages [vfn+]
Winning Bid: £138

47

Beano 110. Big Eggo Teaches Music, Cats Play Piano! Lord Snooty Fools Mussolini with Ice-Cream! Bright fresh colours, clean creamy white pages
[vfn-]
Winning Bid: £121

48

Beano 112. Elephant Sees Red in Eggo’s Orchard! Lord Snooty In The Blackout, Daddy Neptune Paints Hitler And Goering Balls! Two small cover scrapes at lower illustration margin, bright colours, cream pages [fn-]
Winning Bid: £97

49

Beano 166 (1941). Big Eggo Black-Out cover, Musso The Wap. Propaganda war issue [fn]. With two original D C Thomson galley proofs of Blacksmith Bob and pencil sketch proposal for Tin-Can Tommy back page strip, all by editor Stanley Stamper with two printed proofs of ‘Save Paper’ ads. Plus a further folded copy of Beano 166 [fr] and Beano 2000 (1980) [fn] (7)
Winning Bid: £183

50

Keyhole Kate artwork drawn and signed "Kindest regards, Allan Morley, May 1943". Indian ink on card 7 x 5 inches.
Winning Bid: £220

51

Allan Morley dedicated artwork of six characters including Keyhole Kate, Freddy The Fearless Fly, Magic Lollipops and Hungry Horace. Signed: "Kindest regards from all your pals in the Dandy and Beano comics. Allan Morley, May 1943". Indian ink on card 5 x 7 inches
Winning Bid: £333

52

War Illustrated (1939-40) Am Press. 3-52. Rusted staples [gd] (50)
Winning Bid: £22

53

Dandy 335 (1947). Happy New Year issue, 385 (1948) Xmas number, 4 pg centre spread missing; 474 (1950) Xmas issue, 4 pg centre spread missing [gd/fr] (3)
Winning Bid: £36

54

Chips (1944) 2722-2747.
Complete year in bound volume [vg] (26)
Winning Bid: £31

55

Comic Cuts (1946) 2784-2809.
Complete year in bound volume [vg] (26)
Winning Bid: £31

56

Wonder (1944) 1486-1511.
Complete year in bound volume. Roy Rogers, Albert Tupper [vg] (26)
Winning Bid: £61

57

Adventure (1942) 1045-1070.
Complete year in two bound volumes. Due to war shortages issues were printed fortnightly. Cream/light tan pages [fn/vfn] (26)
Winning Bid: £221

58

Adventure (Sept 1949-Sept ’50) 1286-1339 in two bound volumes. Dixon Hawke; Strang The Terrible covers by Dudley Watkins [fn-/fn+] (54)
Winning Bid: £129

59

Champion (1948) 1353-1404.
Complete year in bound volume. Starring Rockfist Rogan. Cream pages [fn/vfn] (52)
Winning Bid: £126

60

Champion (1949) 1405-1457.
Complete year in bound volume [vfn/nm] (53)
Winning Bid: £123

61

Hotspur (1943) 454-479.
Complete year (printed fortnightly) in bound volume. Propaganda war issues. 462 cover doodles [gd], balance [vg/fn] (26)
Winning Bid: £303

62

Hotspur (1945) 507-532.
Complete year (printed fortnightly) in bound volume. A few [vg], balance [fn-/vfn-] (26)
Winning Bid: £243

63

Hotspur (1946) 533-560.
Complete year in bound volume. A few [vg], balance [fn-/vfn-] (28)
Winning Bid: £97

64

Hotspur (1947) 561-597.
Complete year in bound volume. 563 taped cover [gd], balance [vg/fn+] (28)
Winning Bid: £97

65

Hotspur (1948) 598-636.
Complete year in bound volume [fn/vfn] (39)
Winning Bid: £121

66

Hotspur (1949) 637-686.
Complete year in bound volume. 644 third of a page cut-out [vg], balance [vg+/fn+] (50)
Winning Bid: £110

67

Knockout (1948) 462-513.
Complete year in bound volume. Deed-A-Day Danny, Sexton Blake [vg] (52)
Winning Bid: £188

68

Rover (Oct 1945-Dec 1946) 1120-1152. Complete in bound volume with 2 Xmas issues. Due to war shortages issues were printed fortnightly [fn-/fn+] (33)
Winning Bid: £97

69

Wizard (Oct 1939-Mar 1940) 879-903.
Six months in bound volume. Propaganda war issues. Biro numbers to cover, top corner. Tan pages [vg] (25)
Winning Bid: £110

70

Wizard (1943) 1015-1040. Complete year in bound volume. The Truth About Wilson. Tan pages. A few issues [gd], balance [vg] (26)
Winning Bid: £242

71

Wizard (Nov 1947-May 1948) 1152-1174.
Six months in bound volume. Wilson stories [vg/fn] (23)
Winning Bid: £85

72

Wizard (1949) 1197-1243 (Dec 10).
Near complete year in bound volume. Wilson stories [vg] (47)
Winning Bid: £121

73

Daily Express Cartoon Calendar for 1951 in colour featuring Giles, Ronald Searle, Osbert Lancaster, Cumming, Reg Wootton and Barry Appleby [vg]
Winning Bid: £242

74

Tarzan (1951) Vol 2, Nos 1-15. Donald F Peters. Hogarth 1945 UK 6d reprints. Complete run. Rare in these grades [fn/vfn] (15)
Winning Bid: £145

75

Broons Book 5 (1952).
A hearty meal at Glebe Street! Bright cover, vertical cover fold front and back, tan pages [vg]
Winning Bid:

76

Oor Wullie Book 5 (1953).
Oor Calendar boy! 2ins tape at lower back spine and interior back spine [vg-]
Winning Bid:

77

Original Broons artwork drawn and signed by Dudley Watkins from the Fun Section of The Sunday Post 4 Dec 1955. Paw Broon is driven oot of the hoose and onto the Clyde to get some peace … Indian ink on card 19 x 15 inches
Winning Bid: £605

78

Sunny Stories by Enid Blyton (1951-52)
498-549. Newnes. Two complete years with 6 issues from 1950 and Enid Blyton’s Magazine Vol 2, Nos 8-10 [gd/vg] (61)
Winning Bid: £74

79

Sunny Stories (1953) 550-598. Complete year. A few issues [gd], balance [vg/vg+] (49)
Winning Bid: £61

80

Sunny Stories (1954-55) 599-641,
1.11.54-8.8.55. Near complete run missing 2 issues (and including 38 new larger colour format issues). A few cut-outs [gd], balance [vg/fn-] (81)
Winning Bid: £56

81

Adventure (1951) 1355-1406.
Complete year in two bound volumes. Strang In The Underworld covers by Dudley Watkins [fn-/fn+] (52)
Winning Bid: £140

82

Champion (1950) 1458-1509.
Complete year in bound volume [vfn/nm] (52)
Winning Bid: £89

83

Champion (1954) 1666-1729.
Complete year in two bound volumes with 1955 bound volume for Jan-March [fn/vfn] (64)
Winning Bid: £110

84

Hotspur (1950) 687-738.
Complete year in bound volume. Two issues [fn], balance [vfn/nm] (52)
Winning Bid: £242

85

Hotspur (1951) 739-790.
Complete year in two bound volumes. Captain Zoom, Famous Footballers, Johnny Jett by Dudley Watkins [fn/vfn] (52)
Winning Bid: £154

86

Hotspur (1952) 791-842. Complete year in two bound volumes. Johnny Jett, The Super Boy by Dudley Watkins [vfn/nm] (52)
Winning Bid: £140

87

Hotspur (1953) 843-894.
Complete year in two bound volumes. A few issues [vg], balance [fn/vfn] (52)
Winning Bid: £132

88

Knockout (July-Dec 1953) 749-774.
Half-year in bound volume [vg/fn-] (26)
Winning Bid: £133

89

Rover (Jan-Aug 1950) 1280-1310.
Half-year in bound volume [fn-/fn] (31)
Winning Bid: £80

90

Rover (1951) 1332-1383.
Complete year in bound volume with Alf Tupper, The Tough Of The Track [fn/vfn] (52)
Winning Bid: £176

91

Wizard (1950) 1248-1283 (Sept 16).
Nine months in two bound volumes. Wilson stories [vg/fn] (36)
Winning Bid: £91

92

Beano (1953) 546-597. Complete year in bound volume. Biffo, Dennis, Pansy Potter, Lord Snooty. With Topper four page pull-out ad for issue 1. Biro numbers to lower margin each page, creamy white pages [fn] (52)
Winning Bid: £484

93

Beano (1957) 784-806
incl Fireworks and Xmas. 806 grubby cover [vg], balance [fn/vfn] (23)
Winning Bid: £200

94

Beano (1958) 807-858. Complete year, 851 with 8pg. Beezer ad insert. 814, 820, 828 cover doodles [vg], balance [fn/vfn] (52)
Winning Bid: £633

95

Beano (1959) 859-866 [gd/vg+] (8)
Winning Bid: £34

96

Beano (1959) 22 issues between 859 – 909 incl Fireworks [vg-/fn] (22)
Winning Bid: £69

97

Dandy (1957) 818-840. Complete run from July – Dec including Fireworks and Xmas issues. Cream pages [vfn-/vfn] (23)
Winning Bid: £176

98

Dandy (1958) 841-892. Complete year. Issue 846 cover doodles [gd], 15 issues dustshadow covers [vg/fn], balance [vfn-/vfn] (52)
Winning Bid: £266

99

Dandy (1959) 893-901. [vg/fn-] (9)
Winning Bid: £47

100

Black Bob original artwork by Jack Prout from The Dandy (early 1950s) Indian ink on card 15 x 8 inches
Winning Bid: £228

101

Black Bob original artwork by Jack Prout from The Black Bob Book 2 (1951). Indian ink on card 8.5 x 8.5 inches.
Winning Bid: £105

102

Treasure Island Told In Pictures (1950s). Illustrated by Dudley Watkins. No dust jacket [gd]
Winning Bid: £25

103

Eagle No 1 (1950). Col. Dare starts his interplanetary adventures. Grubby front cover, clean creamy white interior pages [vg]
Winning Bid: £171

104

Eagle Vol 1: 1-52 (1950). No 1 split spine, worn cover, complete [fr], balance [gd/vg]
Winning Bid: £309

105

Eagle Vol 2: 1-43, 45-52 with Vol 3: 26-38
[vg-/vg+] (64)
Winning Bid: £114

106

Eagle Vol 4: 1-3, 5-20, 22-29, 31-38
[vg/fn] (35)
Winning Bid: £91

107

Eagle Vol 5: 1, 2, 5-13, 15, 20-23, 25-53. Some margin foxing [vg/fn] (45)
Winning Bid: £115

108

Eagle Vol 6: 3-15, 17, 19, 23, 25, 27, 30, 32, 35 [vg-/vg] (21)
Winning Bid: £48

109

Vickers-Vanguard cutaway artwork
by L Ashwell-Wood
with The Eagle Vol. 10 No 11 (1959) from which it comes. Poster paint on board. 31 x 11 ins.
Winning Bid: £330

110

Dan Dare Eagle Pocket Watch (early 1950s). By Ingersoll with rocket second hand and moving arm display. Eagle logo to reverse. Full working order
Winning Bid: £385

111

Dan Dare Jig-saw Puzzle (1950s). Peter Pan series. "Dan Dare Repels The Venusians". Two tears to box cover sides, some corner scuffing [vg-] with 1930s Mystic Autograph Album free gift with The Wizard (2)
Winning Bid: £39

112

Dan Dare Walkie Talkie Set (c1953) Merit. One hand set is missing small plug, otherwise complete, box [vg]
Winning Bid: £182

113

Dan Dare’s Anastasia Jet Plane (1950s) Wallis Rigby. Large format ‘Presso’ book with illustrations by Frank Hampson. Complete with all press-outs [fn+]
Winning Bid: £48

114

Dan Dare Interplanetary Stamp Folder (1953) Lever Bros. Complete with all 32 stamps [fn-]
Winning Bid: £141

115

Dan Dare, Pilot Of The Future Vols 1-3 (1979). Dragon’s Dream (soft covers) with The Road Of Courage (1981) [vfn] (4)
Winning Bid: £39

116

The Man Who Drew Tomorrow (1985)
by Alastair Crompton [vfn] with Dan Dare Annual 1974. Worn spine [gd], Dan Dare, Pilot Of The Future (1988) Hawk Books [vfn] and Dan Dare, Pilot Of The Future (1981) Hamlyn [vfn] (4)
Winning Bid: £61

117

The Dan Dare Dossier (1990)
Hawk Books by Norman Wright [nm]
Winning Bid: £34

118

Dan Dare Second Deluxe Collectors Edition (1988). Red Moon Mystery/Marooned On Mercury [nm]
Winning Bid: £17

119

Dan Dare Third Deluxe Collectors Edition (1989). Operation Saturn [vfn-]
Winning Bid: £77

120

Dan Dare Fourth Deluxe Collectors Edition (1990). Prisoners Of Space, Mekon cover. [vfn+]
Winning Bid: £94

121

Dan Dare Fifth Deluxe Collectors Edition (1991). The Man From Nowhere [vfn]
Winning Bid: £94

122

Dan Dare Sixth Deluxe Collectors Edition (1992). Rogue Planet [nm]
Winning Bid: £73

123

Dan Dare Ninth Deluxe Collectors Edition (1994). Terra Nova Trilogy [vfn+]
Winning Bid: £63

124

Dan Dare Eleventh Deluxe Collectors Edition (1995). Solid Space Mystery [nm]
Winning Bid: £34

125

Cowboy Comics Library (1950s).
80, 82, 86, 104, 110, 112, 114, 116, 122. Mostly Kit Carson [vg-/vg+] (10)
Winning Bid: £55

126

Cowboy Comics Library (1950s).
127, 131, 133, 140, 148, 155, 157, 158, 160, 163. Mostly Kit Carson [vg/fn] (11)
Winning Bid: £55

127

Cowboy Comics Library 151-155.
Bright covers, rusty staples [vg/fn] (5)
Winning Bid: £28

128

Cowboy Comics Library (1957-60).
165, 166, 205, 211, 215, 221, 225, 233, 237, 337, 347, 360 [vg/fn] (12)
Winning Bid: £39

129

Super-Detective Library (1950s). 35, 40, 48, 72, 103, 128, 131, 136, 147 [vg-/vg] (9)
Winning Bid: £61

130

Thriller Comics Library (1950s).
19, 30, 32, 43, 52, 54, 59, 60 [vg/vg+] (8)
Winning Bid: £125

131

Thriller Comics Library (1950s).
63, 65, 67, 71, 73, 74-76 [vg/fn-] (9)
Winning Bid: £105

132

Thriller Comics Library (1950s). 78-81, 84, 88, 90, 93, 95, 97, 99, 100 [vg+/fn] (12)
Winning Bid: £135

133

Thriller Picture Library (1960-62).
40 issues between 301-421. Spy 13, Battler Britton adventures [vg/fn+] (40)
Winning Bid: £169

134

Australian Atlas Reprints +
Superman 50, 58; Batman 54; Space Ace 1, 3, 15; Super Adventure 45, 53, 87, 90
[fn/vfn] (10)
Winning Bid: £46

135

Superboy Annual 2 (1954-5) Atlas. No dedication, price ticket residue to top cover [fn+]
Winning Bid: £22

136

Superman Annual 4 (1954-5).
No dedication, cream pages [fn]
Winning Bid: £17

137

Young Marvelman Annuals (1959, 1960) [vg/fn-] (2)
Winning Bid: £20

138

Marvelman Family Annual (1963) L Miller. One-off annual, printed with some colour pages. Scarce [fn]
Winning Bid: £36

139

Planet Stories 4 (1951) WDL [vg+]
Winning Bid: £7

140

Beezer 1 (1956) Ginger by Dudley Watkins. Horizontal centre fold, two margin tears to most (light tan) pages [vg]
Winning Bid: £243

141

Beezer 2.
Horizontal centre fold, light tan pages [vg]
Winning Bid: £32

142

Beezer (1956) 1-50.
1, 2 [pr], 3-24 [pr/fr], 25-50 [gd/vg] (50)
Winning Bid: £185

143

Beezer (1957) 51-102.
Complete year. 51 [fr], balance [gd/vg] (52)
Winning Bid: £128

144

Beezer (1958) 103-154.
Complete year [gd/vg] (52)
Winning Bid: £94

145

Beezer (1959) 155-206.
Complete year [gd/vg] (52)
Winning Bid: £67

146

Beezer (1960) 207-259.
Complete year [gd/vg] (53)
Winning Bid: £182

147

Beezer (1961) 260-311.
Complete year [gd/vg] (52)
Winning Bid: £114

148

Beezer (1962) 312-363.
Complete year [gd/vg] (52)
Winning Bid: £126

149

Beezer (1962)
36 issues between 316-363 incl. Fireworks and Xmas. Some spine fraying [gd/vg] (36)
Winning Bid: £48

150

Beezer (1963)
364-415. Complete year [gd/vg] (52)
Winning Bid: £138

151

Beezer (1964) 416-428, 432-461 [gd/vg] (43)
Winning Bid: £85

152

Topper 1 (1953)
Mickey The Monkey, Treasure Island by Dudley Watkins. Light horizontal folds [vg]
Winning Bid: £242

153

Topper 2. 4 ins brown tape to cover tear [vg-]
Winning Bid: £20

154

Topper 3, 4, 5. Light horizontal folds [vg] (3)
Winning Bid: £97

155

Topper 6-12 [gd/vg] (7)
Winning Bid: £121

156

Topper (1954) 48-99.
Complete year [vg/vg+] (52)
Winning Bid: £308

157

Topper (1955) 100-152.
Complete year [vg+/fn-] (53)
Winning Bid: £218

158

Express Weekly (1956) 93-119 [fn-/fn+]
with 1959: 224-232 [gd/vg] (36)
Winning Bid: £201

159

Express Weekly (1957) 120-171.
Complete year. Wulf The Briton by Ron Embleton. A few cut-outs [vg], balance [fn-/fn+] (52)
Winning Bid: £225

160

Express Weekly (1958) 172-223. Complete year. Wulf by Ron Embleton [fn-/fn+] (52)
Winning Bid: £225

161

Lion (1957-60) 25 issues between 296-18 Oct 1960. Rusty staples [gd/vg] (25)
Winning Bid: £39

162

Lion (1959)
43 issues between 362-26.12.59. White pages, rusty disintegrated staples [gd/vg] (43)
Winning Bid: £67

163

Lion (1960). Near complete year missing 18.6.60. White pages, rusty disintegrated staples [gd/vg] (52)
Winning Bid: £84

164

Swift (1956) Hulton Press. Vol 3: 26-52 with 1958 Vol 5: 1-5 [vg/fn+] (32)
Winning Bid: £83

165

Swift (1957) Vol 4: 1-52.
Complete year [vg+/fn+] (52)
Winning Bid: £67

166

Tiger (1959) 229-244 and 27 un-numbered issues. Rusty disintegrated staples [gd/vg] (42)
Winning Bid: £105

167

Tiger (1960) 53 un-numbered issued, complete year. Rusty disintegrated staples [gd/vg] (53)
Winning Bid: £151

168

Rupert Music Book No 2 (1959)
Oldbourne Books. Rare Rupert song book. Loose centre page, some light foxing to back cover. Creamy white pages [fn-]
Winning Bid: £352

169

Rupert Annual (1964). No dedication, price clipped. Magic Paintings not done [fn-]
Winning Bid: £88

170

School Friend (1960). 27 un-numbered issues. Rusty staples [gd/vg] (27)
Winning Bid: £48

171

Beano (1963). 41 issues between 1069-1119. A few copies [gd], balance [vg-/vg+] (41)
Winning Bid: £182

172

Beano (1965) 50 issues between 1172-1223 Xmas. (Missing 1117, 1200) [vg/fn] (50)
Winning Bid: £169

173

Beano (1966)
41 issues between 1224-1274 [gd/vg+] (41)
Winning Bid: £124

174

Beano (1968) 48 issues between 1330-1380. A few issues [fr/gd], balance [vg] (48)
Winning Bid: £62

175

Sunday Post Fun Section (1964-66). Nine pull-out Fun Sections, each eight pages with Oor Wullie, The Broons, Nero And Zero and Nosey Parker. Cream/light tan pages [vfn] (9)
Winning Bid: £94

176

Sunday Post Fun Section (1967).
Ten pull-out 8pg Fun Sections with Oor Wullie, The Broons, Nero And Zero and Nosey Parker. Cream/light tan pages [vfn] (10)
Winning Bid: £99

177

Topper (1959-60) 30 issues between 343-407 incl Xmas 1959. Worn spines, horizontal mailing fold [gd/vg] (30)
Winning Bid: £51

178

Topper (1961) 27 issues between 427-465 incl Xmas. Worn spines, mailing fold [gd/vg] (27)
Winning Bid: £32

179

Topper (1962) 40 issues between 466-517. Worn spines, mailing fold [gd/vg] (40)
Winning Bid: £32

180

Topper (1963) 47 issues between 518-569 Xmas. Worn spines, mailing fold [gd/vg] (47)
Winning Bid: £32

181

Topper (1964) 570-621.
Near complete year (missing issue 600) with 622, 623 from 1965 [vg-/vg] (53)
Winning Bid: £57

182

Topper (1968-69)
16 issues between 821-856 [vg] (16)
Winning Bid: £25

183

TV Century 21 (1965-66). 3-19, 21-33, 56-59, 62 with Lady Penelope 5. Frayed spines, six issues with staples, frayed edges [fr/gd] (26)
Winning Bid: £103

184

TV21 (1968-70) 160, 161, 198, 238, 240, 241; New Series 1, 3, 5-7, 9-12, 47, 50, 51, 58, 59, 61, 62 with Lady Penelope/Penelope 28, 99, 106, 108, 110-112, 130, 139, 142, 146, 169, 173, 186, 191-197, 200, 204 [gd/vg] (45)
Winning Bid: £166

185

Valiant (1964-70) 35 un-numbered issues. A few copies [gd], balance [vg/fn] (35)
Winning Bid: £79

186

Victor (1966)
46 issues between 260-306 [vg-/vg+] (46)
Winning Bid: £85

187

Victor (1967) 51 issues between 182-360 (incl. 2 from 1968 and 1 from 1964) [vg/fn] (51)
Winning Bid: £91

188

Commando 1 (1961). Walk - Or Die! [vg+]
Winning Bid: £338

189

Commando 2. They Called Him Coward! [fn-]
Winning Bid: £121

190

Commando 3. A Guy Needs Guts! [fn-]
Winning Bid: £97

191

Commando 4 (cover corner torn away), 5, 6 [vg-/fn-] (3)
Winning Bid: £66

192

Commando 7-10 [vg/fn-] (4)
Winning Bid: £103

193

Commando 11-15 [fn-/fn] (5)
Winning Bid: £79

194

Commando 16-18, 20, 21, 23, 24 [vg/fn] (7)
Winning Bid: £145

195

Commando 25-32 [vg+/fn+] (8)
Winning Bid: £186

196

Commando (1967-68)
23 issues between 290-358 [fn/vfn+] (23)
Winning Bid: £36

197

Air Ace Picture Library (1960-61)
8-10, 14-16, 20-50 [vg/fn+] (37)
Winning Bid: £48

198

Air Ace Picture Library (1961-62)
51-98, 111-117 [fn+/vfn+] (55)
Winning Bid: £133

199

Battle Picture Library 1 (1961) Fleetway [vg]
Winning Bid: £31

200

Creepy Worlds 32
(US Fantastic Four #1 cover); 38 (US Fantastic Four #8 cover). Alan Class [fn/vfn] (2)
Winning Bid: £22

201

The Trigan Empire (1978) Hamlyn. 190 page book illustrated by Don Lawrence [fn-]
Winning Bid: £19

202

Buzz 1 (1973) With free gift Pop Pistol. Horizontal centre fold, light tan pages, moisture stain to bottom left-hand corner. With 1973 Sunday Post incl. Fun Section [vg] (2)
Winning Bid: £14

203

D C Thomson No 1’s + (1970s-80s). Bullet 1; Cracker 1 with free gift Fun Balloon; 2 with Cracker Bang, 3, 4 with Funny Face Maker; Crunch 1 with free gift Black Band; Nutty 1; Spike 1; Spellbound 1, 2 [vfn/nm] (10)
Winning Bid: £121

204

Viz 1 (1979). With free Ice Cream.
"Fairly Limited Edition No. 758". Cover foxing, light tan pages [vg]
Winning Bid: £425

205

Viz 3 with Free Gift Viz Pocket Diary.
"Comic No 89 of 1000". Cream pages [vfn]
Winning Bid: £440

206

Viz 11, 12, 12a
(with new shiny cover) [vg/fn-] (3)
Winning Bid: £94

207

Crisis 1, 2 (1988) Fleetway.
Covers signed by Carlos Esquerra, John Smith, Jim Backie and Pat Mills [vfn/nm] (2)
Winning Bid: £11


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