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September, 2000 Results:
British comics, annuals & artwork
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Lot #  
1 Boy’s Own Annual 6, 7, 11 and 12 (1884, 85, 89, 90) Fold out colour plates including Parrots of Australia, Hungarian Horseracing, British Orchids and Desert Lions. Some plates have minor paper scrapes. General cover wear, fly page foxing [gd/vg] (4)
Winning Bid:
2 The Thriller (1929-35) 2, 8-16, 18, 32, 33 and 18 issues between 71-335 [fr/gd/vg] (31)
Winning Bid: 61
3 Adventure (1933-39) 622, 777, 816, 820, 864, 865, 867, 868, 870, 871, 892, 902, 907, 909, 912, 917, 927, 929, 940, 945 Mainly 1938-39 issues [vg-/fn-] (20)
Winning Bid: 157
4 Skipper (1932-33) 16 issues between 76-136 all with spine sew holes and tanned edges [vg] (16)
Winning Bid: 73
5 Buzzer (1937-38) Geo. Newnes 8-26, 29-35 Large format story paper with colour cover [fr/gd] (27)
Winning Bid: 61
6 Boy’s Cinema (1934-39) 48 issues between 756-1040 Well worn, grimy reading copies [fr/gd] (48)
Winning Bid: 13
7 Jolly Comic (1937) 129-154 half-year bound volume Starring Will Hay, Popeye and Ali Ben Onion (The Purple Sage)! General wear to binding, small cut-out to front cover issue 129, balance [fn/vfn] (26)
Winning Bid: 121
8 Radio Fun (1939) 32, 38 (tanned front cover) [vg/fr] (2)
Winning Bid: 15
9 Radio Fun (1946) 378-403 Half-year bound volume Big-Hearted Arthur, Bob Hope, Jimmy Durante star [fn] (26)
Winning Bid: 125
10 Radio Fun (1946-47) 406-460 Unbroken run (with numbers 439, 440, 441 combined into one issue due to printers’ strike) [gd/vg/vg+] (54)
Winning Bid: 131
11 Champion (1939-40) 29 issues between 909-939 Colour covers. Rockfist Rogan, R.A.F. stars [fr/gd/vg] (29)
Winning Bid: 176
12 Champion (1942-50) 49 issues between 1060-1474 Rockfist Rogan, Ginger Nutt star [vg/fn-] (48)
Winning Bid: 48
13 Champion (1946-49) 41 issues between 1250-1455. 1948 and 1949 Xmas numbers. Rust marks where staples have been removed (printed without staples after March 1948) [vg/fn] (41)
Winning Bid: 48
14 Champion (1947) 1312-1352 Unbroken run [vg] (41)
Winning Bid: 49
15 Champion (1948-49) 1353-1408 Complete 1948 year with four concurrent issues from 1949 [vg/fn] (56)
Winning Bid: 49
16 Jingles/Rainbow/Tiptop (1945-47) Large format comics staring Little Jim Jolly, Tiger Tim and Gene Autry [vg/fn+] (26)
Winning Bid: 91
17 Bobby Bear’s Annual (1933) Dean & Son. Rare second annual in very high grade, creamy white pages [vfn]
Winning Bid: 53
18 Bonzo’s Story Book (c1940) Dean & Son Soft cover shows Bonzo returning with the shopping to his kennel-house ‘Bonzoville’ where Ma and the Pups are mischievously waiting [vg]
Winning Bid: 16
19 Hotspur (1944) 480-506 Full year bound volume [vg/fn+] (26)
Winning Bid: 334
20 Hotspur (1945) 507-532 Full year bound volume [vg/fn+] (26)
Winning Bid: 334
21 Hotspur 531 Xmas Issue 1945 with Champion 1948, Super Xmas Number and Adventure 1254 New Year 1949 [fn+/vfn-] (3)
Winning Bid: 24
22 Hotspur (1940-46) 57 issues between 332-557 with Rover (1941-46) 46 issues between 1001-1152. Low grade reading copies [pr/fr/gd] (103)
Winning Bid: 220
23 Hotspur (1946-47) 46 issues between 550-597 including 1947 complete year A few copies [gd] balance [vg/vg+] (46)
Winning Bid: 121
24 Hotspur (1948) 41 issues between 598-640 near complete year missing issues 616 & 628 [vg/fn] (41)
Winning Bid: 180
25 Hotspur Book For Boys 2 (1936) Teacher with Eskimo pupils; with Rover Book For Boys (1950) Sword fencing robot cover [fn] (2)
Winning Bid: 66
26 Wizard (1940) 892-915 Jan-June half-year bound volume. Missing issue 903 but with 988 Xmas 1941. Some tanning and edge discolouration [vg-/fn] (24)
Winning Bid: 182
27 Wizard (1940) 918-943 July-Dec half-year bound volume. Neat name/address stamp to front cover top margins [vg/fn+] (26)
Winning Bid: 303
28 Wizard (1945-46) 1067-1120 The Further Truth About Wilson Stories. Two year complete bound volume. Light tan pages [vg/fn] (53)
Winning Bid: 484
29 Wizard (1946-47) 31 issues between 1110-1144. The Great Wilson Stories 1110 [fr] balance [gd/vg/vg+] (31)
Winning Bid: 143
30 Wizard (1948-49) 1159-1199 Unbroken run Fireworks, Xmas and New Year issues [vg/fn-] (41)
Winning Bid: 166
31 Rover (1947) 1158, 1162, 1163 with Adventure 1215 (1948); Magnet 1133 (1929), Union Jack 1410 (1930); Young Commando (Fore Publications) and The Pathfinder (Junior Press) both wartime [fr/gd/vg] (8)
Winning Bid: 6
32 Film Fun All Star Annual 1940 [gd]
Winning Bid: 24
33 Rupert Annual (1943) D. Express. Neat dedication, medium spine wear, colour-in page neatly crayonned, price unclipped [vg]
Winning Bid: 121
34 Rupert Annual (1947) D. Express Neat inscription [vg+]
Winning Bid: 94
35 Mickey Mouse Weekly Vol. 1 (1936) 26-33 with Beano 321 (1947) [vg] (9)
Winning Bid: 67
36 Mickey Mouse Annual (1936) "Still Sailing Merrily On". Neat dedication. Medium general wear [vg]
Winning Bid: 104
37 Mickey Mouse Annual (1937) "Still On Top!". Undedicated, medium general wear [vg]
Winning Bid: 61
38 Mickey Mouse Annual (1939) "Another Mirthquake". Undedicated, medium general wear [vg]
Winning Bid: 90
39 Mickey Mouse Annual (1940) "It’s Surprising!". Neat dedication, medium general wear [vg]
Winning Bid: 79
40 Mickey Mouse Annuals (1944, 47, 49) with Donald Duck Annual (1954); four Radio Fun Comics from 1955 [vg-/vg] (8)
Winning Bid: 94
41 Magic Comic 1 (1939) D.C. Thomson Koko The Pup by E.H. Banger; Peter Piper by Dudley Watkins. This third title from The Beano and Dandy stable only lasted for eighty issues until 1941 due to wartime shortages of paper and dyestuffs. All issues are considered rare and only five copies are known to exist of this first issue. Minor foxing to front cover, bright fresh colours throughout with supple light tan pages [fn]
Winning Bid: 1925
42 Beano 10 (1938) Big Eggo, Lord Snooty and His Pals. Bright cover colours. Front page has horizontal 8 inch tear professionally repaired to high standard without loss. Rare, only a handful of copies are known to exist.
Winning Bid: 484
43 Beano 255 (April Fool ‘45); 287, 314,315, 370, 433, (Fireworks ‘50) [vg-/vg] (6)
Winning Bid: 44
44 Beano (1946-47) 279, 289, 293, 296, 305, 311, 319 [gd/vg] (7)
Winning Bid: 61
45 Beano 351 (Xmas 1948) Twenty Beano characters on front cover. 3ins bottom spine split [vg]
Winning Bid: 20
46 Beano (1949) 381 Fireworks issue 382, 384, 386 [fn-/fn] (4)
Winning Bid: 36
47 Beano 388 (Xmas 1949) 1in horizontal spine tear [vg]
Winning Bid: 22
48 Beano (1948-49) 328, 336, 342, 345, 346, 360, 361, 371, 373 [vg+/fn+] (9)
Winning Bid: 87
49 Beano (1950) 390 New Year; 391-394 with 444 (1951) [vg] (6)
Winning Bid: 36
50 Beano (1951) 16 copies between 452-492 Xmas number [vg/fn-] (16)
Winning Bid: 87
51 Beano (1952) 519-535 In bound volume [vg/fn] (17)
Winning Bid: 50
52 Beano (1949-53) 15 issues between 358-587 including Fireworks and Xmas 1952 [gd/vg] (15)
Winning Bid: 50
53 Magic-Beano Book (1943) Koko and Eggo three-leggo race. Undedicated. Well worn boards and loose, worn spine (characters visible) [gd]
Winning Bid: 612
54 Magic-Beano Book (1944) Koko and Eggo pillo fight. Undedicated. Well worn boards, loose worn spine (characters visible). Page 49 loose and torn [gd]
Winning Bid: 370
55 Magic-Beano Book (1949) Maxi’s taxi: Mini Eggo. Neat dedication [fn]
Winning Bid: 266
56 Magic-Beano Book (1950) Artist Biffo paints: Big Eggo complaints. Neat dedication [vfn-]
Winning Bid: 193
57 Pansy Potter colour Artwork by Jimmy Clark from The Beano 513 back cover 1952; 18.5 x 14.5 ins, framed and glazed. With Beano 512-514
Bibliography: James (Jimmy) Clark was born in 1895 and became a staff artist at D.C. Thomson and John Leng for over forty years. He drew the Willie Waddle books; Jimmy and His Grockle for The Dandy; Tricky-Dick Ant and Little Noah’s Ark for The Beano and Tiny Tim for The Topper. In 1949 he revived Pansy Potter The Strongman’s Daughter to become Pansy Potter in Wonderland and claim The Beano’s back cover for over four years. This was his finest work. He died in 1977 aged eighty-two.
Winning Bid: 440
  The following run of 1940 Dandy issues is noted for its propaganda war references including "Addie & Hermy, The Nasty Nazis" by Sam Fair:
58 Dandy (1940) 110, 122 April Fool, 124 p.22 has spine foxing [gd]; 110 light edge foxing [vg]; 124 [fn-] (3)
Winning Bid: 74
59 Dandy (1940) 126, 128 Hitler balloon cover, 131 [vg/fn] (3)
Winning Bid: 75
60 Dandy (1940) 133, 136, 137, 139 [vg-/fn-] (4)
Winning Bid: 121
61 Dandy (1940) 140, 141 Nazi mice cover! 143, 144, 146 [vg/fn-] (5)
Winning Bid: 127
62 Dandy (1940) 150-154 [vg] (5)
Winning Bid: 127
63 Dandy (1940) 156 Hitler, Chaplin, Shirley Temple cover 157, 158, 161 [vg/vg+] (4)
Winning Bid: 121
64 Dandy 282 (1944) Interior spine and some edges neatly strengthened with archival tape
Winning Bid: 11
65 Dandy (1946) 310-313, 327, 328, 331 Fireworks 332 [vg/fn] (8)
Winning Bid: 92
66 Dandy (1946) 319-325, 333. 333 [gd] balance [vg/fn+] (8)
Winning Bid: 48
67 Dandy (1947) 338, 339, 341, 343-347 [vg/fn+] (8)
Winning Bid: 72
68 Dandy (1947) 348-351, 353, 354, 357 [fn/fn+] (7)
Winning Bid: 87
69 Dandy (1946-49) 323, 398, 403, 412, 415, 418. Mainly 1949. Shop stamp to back cover margins [gd/vg-] (6)
Winning Bid: 28
70 Dandy (1950) 444-452, 457 Three issues neatly repaired [fr/gd] balance [vg] (10)
Winning Bid: 36
71 Dandy (1950-51) 436 April Fool, 452, 463, 502, 504, 512, 522 [vg/fn] (7)
Winning Bid: 28
72 Dandy (1952) 14 issues between 531-564 [vg/fn/vfn] (14)
Winning Bid: 55
73 Dandy (1953) 605, 608, 615, 621, 625 [vg/vg+] (5)
Winning Bid: 18
74 Dandy (1953) 593 April Fool, 631 Xmas number (Cover edge strengthened on inside with archival tape) [vg/gd] (2)
Winning Bid: 9
75 Dandy Monster Comic (1943) Fifth annual. Dandy bicycle race. Undedicated. Well worn boards and loose, worn spine (characters visible) [gd]
Winning Bid: 132
76 Dandy Monster Comic (1944) Goalkeeper Korky. Undedicated. Well worn boards and loose, worn spine (characters visible) [gd]
Winning Bid: 133
77 Dandy Monster Comic (1952) Korky’s Toyshop [vg-]
Winning Bid: 36
78 Desperate Dan Annual (1953) Dan’s First Annual. Medium general wear, undedicated. Light corner break to bottom front board
Winning Bid: 94
79 Treasure Island signed original Artwork by Dudley Watkins from The Topper No. 7 (1953). Jim Hawkins uncovers Flint’s treasure map.... First drawn by Watkins in black and white, Treasure Island was initially published in D.C. Thomson’s The People’s Journal in 1949. The illustrated story was then produced in book form for Thomson’s "Told In Pictures" series in 1950, after which the artwork was redrawn with extended panels by Watkins and coloured by him to fit The Topper format in 1953. It appeared on the back cover of issue 7 and was finally reprinted for The Topper No. 476 in 1962. Dudley Watkins’ fine draughtsmanship and eye for detail are fully exploited in this classic artwork page. 23x18" with Treasure Island "Told In Pictures" book and The Topper No. 476 (3)
Winning Bid: 2420
80 Eagle Vol. 1 (1950) 27-30, 32-37 (Xmas), 40-44, 47-52 [vg-/vg] (21)
Winning Bid: 43
81 Eagle Vol. 2 (1951) 1-36, 40, 42, 44-51 [gd/vg] (46)
Winning Bid: 57
82 Eagle Vol. 3-7 (1952-57) 36 issues [fr/gd/vg] (36)
Winning Bid: 45
83 Dan Dare’s Spacebook (1953) Biro dedication to first page margin, cream pages, medium wear to boards [vg]
Winning Bid: 39
84 Dan Dare Wallet (1950s) PVC construction, illustrating Col. Dare and "The Kingfisher" rocket-ship 7.5 x 3ins Medium wear. Rare.
Winning Bid: 73
85 Dan Dare Original Artwork (1965) from The Eagle Vol. 16, No. 37 "The Singing Scourge" by Don Harley 20 x 15 ins
Winning Bid: 275
86 Adventure (1951) 44 issues between 1355-1403 [fn/vfn-] (44)
Winning Bid: 83
87 Champion (1949) 43 issues between 1405-1453 Two issues with cover corner piece missing [vg] balance [fn/vfn] (43)
Winning Bid: 61
88 Champion (1950) 23 issues between 1462-1509 Three issues [vg] balance [fn/vfn] (23)
Winning Bid: 44
89 Champion (1951) 27 issues between 1510-1557 [vg/fn/vfn] (27)
Winning Bid: 55
90 Champion (1952) 29 issues between 1570-1609 and 1647 (1953) Issue 1589 missing half back cover [fr] balance [vg/fn/vfn] (30)
Winning Bid: 55
91 Hotspur (1950) 724-738 with 23 issues of Adventure from 1950 and 1952 [gd/vg/fn] (38)
Winning Bid: 24
92 Hotspur (1951) 739-790 Captain Zoom The Ace of Space. Near complete year including Xmas number but missing issues 750, 751 and 784. Issue 742 front cover scrape hole [gd] balance [vg/vfn-] (49)
Winning Bid: 121
93 Rover (1950) 23 issues between 1288-1331 including Xmas number. Some cut-outs [gd/vg/fn] (23)
Winning Bid: 24
94 Rover (1951) 26 issues between 1333-1379 Some competition cut-outs [gd/vg/fn] (26)
Winning Bid: 18
95 Rover & Hotspur (1952-54) 23 assorted issues [gd/vg/fn] (23)
Winning Bid: 28
96 Lion (1952) 9, 11, 12 (rusty staples) with 1954 First Annual [vg] (4)
Winning Bid: 13
97 Wizard (1955) 1507-1559 The Further Truth About Wilson [vg/fn] (53)
Winning Bid: 121
98 Roy Rogers and Gene Autry Colouring Books (c1950s) L. Robinson UK. Picture covers. Gene Autry Book has two panels neatly crayoned [fn/vfn] (2)
Winning Bid: 28
99 Roy Rogers Cowboy Annual (1958) WDL. Colour throughout. Dust jacket with two minor tears; annual [nm]
Winning Bid: 25
100 Roy Rogers Comic Album 4 (1958) with Lone Ranger Comic Album 1 (1958) [vfn/fn+] (2)
Winning Bid: 30
101 John Wayne Adventure Annual (1957) WDL [vfn]
Winning Bid: 36
102 Jane On The Sawdust Trail (late 1950s) Mirror Features. Soft cover circus adventures of The Mirror’s Favourite pin-up [vfn]
Winning Bid: 44
103 Topper Book (1958) Fourth Annual With front and back cover wear. Neat name inscription to back cover [vg]
Winning Bid: 28
104 TV Fun Annuals 1, 2 (1957, 58) Terry Scott, Shirley Eaton, Arthur Askey. Six colour illustrated stories and two colour plates in each [vg+] (2)
Winning Bid: 30
105 Thriller Comics Library (1950s) Am. Press. 157, 158, 162, 164, 165, 170, 172, 206 Some worn spines [gd/vg-] (8)
Winning Bid: 61
106 Cowboy Comics (1950s) Am. Press. 65, 154, 159, 168, 183, 252 with Super-Detective Library 67. Some worn spines [gd/vg-] (7)
Winning Bid: 61
107 Astounding Science Fiction (1959) Street & Smith. UK edition. There were no publications in September or October so these ten issues are the complete year. Sun fade to spines [fn-] (10)
Winning Bid: 22
  The following run of Tiger Comics is near complete from issue 1 in 1954 to 4th September 1965. Like most stapled comics of that period the staples were made of tinplate which readily rusted, in this case disintegrating and discolouring the surrounding paper. Therefore the general grade of the following eleven lots is good/very good minus:
108 Tiger 1-16 (1954) Roy Scores for the Rovers. By Frank Pepper under his nom-de-plume "Stuart Colwyn" Issue 1 [fr] balance [gd/vg-] (16)
Winning Bid: 121
109 Tiger (1955) 17-69 [gd/vg-] (53)
Winning Bid: 88
110 Tiger (1956) 70-121 Nos. 78-84 were printed in one issue. Complete year [gd/vg-] (46)
Winning Bid: 61
111 Tiger (1957) 122-173 Complete year [gd/vg-] (52)
Winning Bid: 61
112 Tiger (1958) 174-225 Complete year [gd/vg-] (52)
Winning Bid: 61
113 Tiger (1959) 226-244 (last numbered issue) Missing issues between June and August [gd/vg-] (44)
Winning Bid: 61
114 Tiger (1960) Complete year [gd/vg-] (52)
Winning Bid: 61
115 Tiger (1961) Complete year [gd/vg-] (52)
Winning Bid: 61
116 Tiger (1962) Complete year [gd/vg-] (52)
Winning Bid: 75
117 Tiger (1963) Complete year [gd/vg-] (53)
Winning Bid: 75
118 Tiger (1964-65) Complete year and 1965 to 4th September [gd/vg-] (88)
Winning Bid: 103
119 Beano Book (1960) Biffo’s jigsaw Warp to covers [vg+]
Winning Bid: 44
120 Beano Summer Special 1 (1964) Large format holiday comic [vg-]
Winning Bid: 28
121 Beano Summer Specials 1967, 1969, 1975, 1978, 1982, 1984, 1987, 1988 [gd/vg+] (8)
Winning Bid: 36
122 Dandy Summer Special 1 (1964) Front cover top corner loss [vg-]
Winning Bid: 28
123 Dandy (1960-69) 45 issues between 977-1430. The majority from 1963-64 [gd/vg] (45)
Winning Bid: 73
124 Braddock And The Flying Tigers (1962) by George Bourne. D.C. Thomson paperback, Red Lion Library [fn-] with 3 Korky The Cat notebooks (1980s) unused (4)
Winning Bid: 40
125 Victor Annuals 1-4 (1964-67) and 1976-1978. 1, 2 with invisible tape to spines [vg] balance [nm] (7)
Winning Bid: 73
126 TV Century 21 No. 1 (1965) Stingray, Fireball XL5, Lady P, Daleks begin. With free gift Secret Decoder.
1 inch tear to page 5
[vfn]
Winning Bid: 201
127 TV Century 21 (1965) 1-10 Issue 1 worn, cover spine half separated [gd] 2-10 [vg/fn] (10)
Winning Bid: 161
128 TV Century 21 (1965) 12-22 21, 22: zoom lolly cut-outs [vg-/fn] (11)
Winning Bid: 80
129 TV Century 21 (1965) 21, 24-29, 34-37, 39-41, 43-45, 48, 49 [vg/fn] (19)
Winning Bid: 146
130 TV Century 21 (1966) 50-52, 54-56, 59-61, 63, 64, 66-72, 74-77 [vg-/fn] (26)
Winning Bid: 146
131 TV Century 21 (1966-67) 80-102, 104, 106-109, 111-116, 153; with four worn specials and summer extras [fr]; TV21’s [vg/fn] (35)
Winning Bid: 200
132 TV Century 21 and Joe 90 (1969) 7, 8 [vfn/fn] (2)
Winning Bid: 7
133 TV Century 21 Specials (1965-66): Summer Extra; Thunderbirds Extra, Spring Extra; Lady Penelope Summer Extra; Stingray Special; Stingray International Extra. Rare in these grades [fn/vfn] (6)
Winning Bid: 423
134 Trigan Empire original artwork (1975) Drawn and signed by Don Lawrence from Look & Learn 23/8/75. Roffa’s test flight heads for oblivion ….. 15 x 12ins
Winning Bid: 276
135 Trigan Empire original artwork (1975) Drawn and signed by Don Lawrence from Look & Learn 30/8/75. Hypnotically, Roffa cheats death …. Janno plans his escape . 15 x 12 ins
Winning Bid: 333
136 Rupert Adventure Books (1960-62) 43, 46, 47, 48. Issues 43, 47 loose, rolled spines [gd] 46, 48 [vg] (4)
Winning Bid: 55
137 Rupert Adventure Book 50 (1963) Last issue. Front cover scrape 2.5 by 1 inch wide running across a quarter of Rupert’s head [vg-]
Winning Bid: 44
138 Rupert Book (1964) D. Express Signed and dedicated by Alfred Bestall to a former student in one of his art classes. This original owner has included a letter of authenticity. Minimal wear to top of spine. Magic painting untouched, price unclipped, clean white pages. Rare in this grade [vfn]
Winning Bid: 183
139 Lion (1963-65) 47 issues between 2.2.63 – 12.6.65. Rusty staples [gd/vg] (47)
Winning Bid: 40
140 Young Marvelman (1960s) L. Miller. 294, 301, 305, 332-334, 347 [nm] (7)
Winning Bid: 50
141 Marvelman (1960s) L. Miller. 339, 343; Young Marvelman 340, 346 [vfn/nm] (4)
Winning Bid: 33
142 Batman Bubble Gum Cards (1966) A & BC Gum. UK Pink back series that was issued without a Fan Club panel [vg/fn] (55)
Winning Bid: 55
143 Exchange & Mart 100th Birthday issue (1968) incl. Facsimile No. 1; Radio Times 70th Souvenir issue (1993) [vg-] (2)
Winning Bid: 19
144 Twinkle 1-368 (1968-74) D.C. Thomson "The new picture paper especially for little girls". Near complete run, missing 58, 158. Issues 3 & 4 with free gifts [fn/vfn] (366)
Winning Bid: 121
145 Playland (1968-75) 1-391. TV Publications. Sooty and Sweep, Jackanory, The Herbs. Near complete run, missing 75, 333, 349 and 350. With Annuals 1-6 (1969-74) [vg/fn/vfn] (394)
Winning Bid: 200
146 Little Star (1972-74) 1-153. D.C. Thomson. "Specially for little girls and boys". Near complete run. Missing issues 101, 146 [fn/vfn] (151)
Winning Bid: 55
147 Sparky (1965-66) 2-5 (x2), 6, 7, 9, 10, 12-18 and 33 issues between 20-87 including some duplicates [vg-/fn] (49)
Winning Bid: 56
148 Sparky (1967-75) 52 issues between 124-536 [vg-/fn] (52)
Winning Bid: 57
149 Victor (1972-73) 18 issues between 602-638 [vg] (18)
Winning Bid: 24
150 Beano Summer Special 1974 with Beezer Summer Specials 1974 and 1977 [gd/vg] (3)
Winning Bid: 33
151 Bullet (1977) 1-147. D.C. Thomson With all free gifts and the one-off Bullet Sports Special and Bullet’s Fireball Wallet with badge. Complete run [nm](148)
Winning Bid: 242
152 The Crunch (1979) 1-54. D.C. Thomson. Complete run with all free gifts. Mantracker, Arena, Who Killed Cassidy? stories [nm] (54)
Winning Bid: 135
153 Spike (1983) 1-67. D.C. Thomson. Complete run with all free gifts. Sports/Action Weekly with Iron Barr, Starhawk and The Man In Black [nm] (67)
Winning Bid: 144
154 Buddy (1981) 1-130. D.C. Thomson. Complete run with all free gifts. Limp-along Leslie, Billy The Cat, Jonah Star [nm] (130)
Winning Bid: 197
155 UK First Issues (1976) Action, Bullet, Captain Britain, New TV Comic, Oh Boy!, Roy Of The Rovers, Seesaw, Spellbound. All No 1s with free gifts where issued [vfn/nm] (8)
Winning Bid: 160
156 UK First Issues (1977) Buster (Jubilee Issue); Cheeky, Emma; Fantastic Four; Plug; Rampage starring The Defenders; Wheels; Whizzer & Chips (Jubilee). All No. 1s with free gifts where issued [vfn/nm] (8)
Winning Bid: 121
157 UK First Issues (1978-79) Star Wars Weekly, Crunch, Hulk, Rampage Monthly; Doctor Who Weekly; Misty; Penny; Target [fn+]; Tornado; Tracy. All No 1s with free gifts where issued [vfn/nm] (10)
Winning Bid: 96
158 Marvel UK First Issues (early 1980s) X-Men, Fantastic Four, Thor, Captain America, Marvel Team-Up, Marvel Action, Forces In Combat, Future Tense, Marvel Super Adventure, Top Cat’s TV Comic Show. All No 1s with free gifts where issued [vfn/nm] (10)
Winning Bid: 132
159 UK First Issues (1980s) including Nutty, Spike, DC Super Heroes, Gary Lineker’s Hot-Shot!, Beano & Dandy 50th Birthday issues, Wow!, Speed, Chips, Rupert and 13 other titles. No 1’s with free gifts where issued [vfn/nm] (23)
Winning Bid: 121
   


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