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September, 1999 Catalogue - British Comics - Results
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1Comic Cuts 1 (1890) The first issue of the UK’s second longest running comic by Alfred Harmsworth, later Lord Northcliffe, founder of the Daily Mail. One of only seven copies known to exist. General foxing and margin tears, especially by centre fold, small corner loss to front cover margin.
Winning Bid: 293
2Ally Sloper’s Half-Holiday (Feb 14 1903) Original Artwork signed by Ally Sloper artist W-FThomas. Our dandy gent hanging around the post box while pretty young ladies post their Valentine cards... 12 x 10.5 ins. Small corner piece missing
Winning Bid: 176
3Bonzo Dog’s Cigarette Card Set (1923) John Player & Son 1-25 complete. George Studdy’s playful pup [vfn] (25) with Bonzo’s Story Book by Dean (1940) [gd]
Winning Bid: 61
4Champion (1922) Amal. Press 1, 2, 7, 8, 28, 48 (Xmas), 120. Issue 1 [fr], balance [gd/vg] (7)
Winning Bid: 61
5Modern Boy (1928-32) Am Press 1-225. News, photos and stories in this ground-breaking boys’ magazine. Rusty staples. Issues 1-3 very worn spines, [fr], balance [vg/vg+] (225)
Winning Bid: 303
6Bullseye 1, 2 (1931) Amal. Press. Detective horror stories. Worn, discoloured covers [fr] (2)
Winning Bid: 36
7Detective Weekly 1, 2, 4 (1933) Amal. Press. Sexton Blake by Lewis Jackson; The White Rider by Leslie Charteris [vg] (3)
Winning Bid: 69
8The Pilot 1, 2 (1935) Am Press; with Prairie Library 1 (1919); Ranger 2; Rocket 2, 27; Surprise 2; Pluck 8; Detective Library 3 (Nelson Lee). Pilot 1 has taped spine, balance [gd/vg-] (9)
Winning Bid: 43
9Le Bon Point (1935-6) Leon Pasquier, Paris. 30 issues between 1179-1264. Cowboy, Adventure and Detective stories in French. "Amusant et instructif", with two comic strip pages by renowned cartoonist Jean Jennet [vg/vg+] (30
Winning Bid: 12
10Popinjay’s Jig Puz Book (1936) with Robin’s Jig-saw Story Book (1939) John Leng. Each book with five thick card jigsaw puzzle pages in full colour, complete with text story pages opposite. Rare in this complete condition [vg+/fn-] (2)
Winning Bid: 121
1125 Star Stories For Boys (1940) D-C-Thomson annual including "The Black Crusader" and "Dazzler’s Master-Headpiece" stories. Tan page margins. Rare one-off [vg+]
Winning Bid: 66
12The Billy & Bunny Books (1926, 1948, 1949) John Leng. Illustrated by Korky artist Jimmy Crighton [vg/fn] (3)
Winning Bid: 42
13Hotspur (1935) 71-96. Half-year in professionally bound volume. Bright cover colours, light tan pages [fn/vfn-] (26)
Winning Bid: 242
14Hotspur (1936) 149-173. Half year in bound volume. Bright cover colours, light tan pages [fn/vfn-] (25)
Winning Bid: 266
15Hotspur (1937) 201-226. Half-year in bound volume. Bright cover colours, light tan pages [fn/vfn-] (26)
Winning Bid: 275
16Hotspur (1938) 253-279. Half-year in bound volume. Bright cover colours, light tan pages [fn/vfn-] (27)
Winning Bid: 303
17Hotspur (1939) 305-331. Half-year in bound volume. Bright cover colours, light tan pages [fn/vfn-] (27)
Winning Bid: 357
18Hotspur No 313 giveaway (1939) The Big Book of Strength and Self-Defence with cover art by Dudley Watkins. 16 pages, 17.5 x 12 ins
Winning Bid: 12
19Wizard (1936) 723, 724, 729, 731-734. Some spine wear [vg-/vg+] (7)
Winning Bid: 61
20Wizard (1937) 735-749. Unbroken run. Spadger Isle, Nero and Zero, and Softie Simkins comic strips. 739, 747, 749 [gd], balance [vg/vg+] (15)
Winning Bid: 129
21Wizard (1937) 752-771 Unbroken run [vg-/vg+] (20)
Winning Bid: 129
22Wizard (1945-46) 1069, 1086, 1088, 1090, 1095 (x2), 1096-1098, 1100-1105, 1107-1109, 1113, 1117 and Hotspur 370 (1940). Hotspur [pr], Wizards [fr/gd/vg] (21)
Winning Bid: 97
23D-C-Thomson Free Gift Booklets (1930s) Circus Secrets; 499 Riddles and Diddles; The Catch Your Pal Book (sellotape spine) (these three with cover art by Dudley Watkins); Big Blows and Blasts; The Tickle-Your-Ribs Book [vg-/vg] (5)
Winning Bid: 12
24Beano 2 (1938) Big Eggo hatched and nearly despatched! Minor margin tears, light tan pages, small discolouration spots. Rare, only a handful of copies known to exist [vg]
Winning Bid: 1200
25Beano 3 (1938) Big Eggo, Lord Snooty, Tin-Can Tommy. Bright cover colours, some small interior page margin spots. Rare, only a handful known to exist [fn]
Winning Bid: 1118
26Dandy 6 (1938) Korky, Dan, Wig and Wam. Interior text page 21/22 photocopy replacement, balance comic in [fn] condition.
Winning Bid: 35
27Beano (1944-45) 226-228, 233, 250, 251, 253, 258, 264, 270 (Fireworks), 271-273 (Xmas), 274 [vg/fn+] (14)
Winning Bid: 242
28Beano (1946-47) 285, 303, 304, 308, 309, 318 [vg/fn] (6)
Winning Bid: 109
29Beano (1948) 326, 328-355, 399. Biffo, Lord Snooty, Jimmy and his Magic Patch [fn-/vfn] (10)
Winning Bid: 121
30Beano (1948) 335-341, 343. Issue 343 [vg], balance [fn-/fn] (8)
Winning Bid: 83
31Beano (1948) 344-351 (Xmas - small piece missing at top margin of three pages) [vg+/fn+] (8)
Winning Bid: 88
32Beano (1949) 352, 357, 361, 363-365, 368, 370-373. Issue 352 dust shadow to front cover [vg-], balance [vg/fn] (11)
Winning Bid: 121
33Beano (1949) 368, 374-378, 381, 383-385, 387 [vg/fn] (11)
Winning Bid: 88
34Beano (1950) 390, 391, 395, 397, 399, 402-404, 406, 408, 409, 414, 416-423, 425-441 including Easter, Fireworks and Xmas numbers and (1952) 494-500. Irish "Tax 1d Extra" light stamp to front covers [vg/fn-] (42)
Winning Bid: 121
35Beano (1951) 442-455, 457-483, 487-489, 495 including Easter number. Irish "Tax 1d Extra" light front cover stamp [vg/fn/vfn] (45)
Winning Bid: 133
36Beano (1944 [Xmas] - 1950) 21 issues between 282-456. Some torn spines [fr/gd/vg] (21)
Winning Bid: 110
37Dandy (1949-52) 387, 393, 458, 564 [vg+/vfn-]
Winning Bid: 51
38The Buck Jones Thrill Book (1930s) Film Fun supplement. Black and white "photo" illustrations from his many films. 32 pages. 6 x 4 ins. Rare [vg]
Winning Bid: 55
39Merry Miniatures (1938) Home Publicity. "Golly Fishing" and "Nipper". Sweetshop giveaways, the smallest British comics ever produced. 7 x 4 ins, 12 pages and 8 pages in colour [fn] (2)
Winning Bid: 22
40More Adventures of Rupert (1942) D Express. Neat dedication, price unclipped, light corner creases to cover, clean creamy white pages, bright fresh colours, spine firm and intact. Rare wartime issue.
Winning Bid: 605
41A New Rupert Book (1945) D Express Half-erased pencil dedication, price unclipped, light general wear, small blemish to five interior pages, creamy white pages, bright fresh colours, spine firm and intact [fn-]
Winning Bid: 143
42Adventures of Rupert (1950) D-Express. Front cover blemishes, spine firm and intact, no dedication, clean white pages, bright fresh colours [vg+]
Winning Bid: 83
43Rupert Adventure Series (1950-56) D-Express. 5, 17-19, 21-23, 25, 26, 28, 31 [vg/fn] (11)
Winning Bid: 78
44Dandy (1950) 424-432, 438, 439, 441, 444, 450-475 including Fireworks and Xmas issues. Irish "Tax 1d extra" light stamp to front covers [vg/fn+] (39)
Winning Bid: 182
45Dandy (1951) 476-487, 489-495, 503-526 including Easter, Fireworks and Xmas issues. Irish "Tax 1d extra" light stamp to front covers [vg+/fn+] (43)
Winning Bid: 194
46Dandy (1951) 506-508, 510, 511, 514-518 [vg/fn-] (10)
Winning Bid: 48
47Dandy (1952) 528-551. Irish "Tax 1d extra" light stamp to front cover [fn/vfn] (24)
Winning Bid: 85
48Dandy 527, 683 (Xmas 1951, 1954) Issue 527 small punch hole to bottom margin [vg/fn] (2)
Winning Bid: 20
49Dandy Monster Comic 1 (1939) Korky presents Dandy’s funsters in their first annual. Solid unrestored copy with medium general wear, spine intact, no dedication, tan page margins with some light foxing. Rare [vg-]
Winning Bid: 2035
50Dandy Monster Comic (1948) Korky the puppet master. No inscription, fly page "1948" written in ink [vg+]
Winning Bid: 242
51Dandy Monster Comic (1949) Korky’s a toff, Dan needs a quaff! Ink inscription, written and stamped [fn-]
Winning Bid: 182
52Dandy Monster Comic (1951) Ringmaster Korky’s circus. Light ink inscription and year. Light "130" in pencil to front board [vfn-]
Winning Bid: 121
53Dandy Books (1953-4) The mice share a fish supper, Korky tries to keep it under his hand! No inscription [vfn] (2)
Winning Bid: 198
54Korky The Cat (1955) Original artwork panel by James "Jimmy" Crighton, from the Dandy Book of 1956. The pen, ink and wash drawing is accompanied by a biography of the artist and an illustration of the Dandy’s front cover. All archivally mounted, glazed and framed. 26 x 20 ins
Winning Bid: 605
55Magic-Beano Book (1947) Big Eggo hungry for Beano characters. Ink inscription, light general wear, off-white pages [fn]
Winning Bid: 395
56Magic-Beano Book (1948) Beano marching band. Neat insciption, front cover foxing [vg]
Winning Bid: 333
57Magic Beano Book (1949) Mini Eggo, Maxi’s Taxi. Two crossed-out inscriptions, p 109 quarter loss, several other page margin tears, covers meduim wear [vg]
Winning Bid: 188
58Magic Beano Book (1950) Biffo paints Beano saints. Neat inscription, p33 large tear [vg+]
Winning Bid: 122
59Beano Book (1951) Ride ‘em cowbear. Neat inscription, small "130" in pencil to front cover [vfn-]
Winning Bid: 153
60Beano Book (1952) Biffo nails up his Beano pals. No inscription [vfn]
Winning Bid: 133
61Beano Book (1953) They’re over the Moon! No inscription [vfn]
Winning Bid: 122
62Beano Book (1954) Biffo hangs out, Dennis mernaces. No inscription [vfn]
Winning Bid: 169
63Comic Cuts (1947-53) 36 issues between 2833-2998, with Jingles (1949-51) 21 issues between 582-633 [vg/fn-] (57)
Winning Bid: 72
64Film Fun (1949-51) 28 issues between 1545-1638 [vg/fn-] (28)
Winning Bid: 77
65Knockout (1946-50) 40 issues between 408 (Xmas) -598 [fr/gd/vg] (40)
Winning Bid: 79
66Radio Fun (1951) 26 issues between 642-658 [vg/fn] (26)
Winning Bid: 152
67Rover (1950-53) 30 issues between 1303-1463 [vg-/fn] (30)
Winning Bid: 109
68The Broons (1951) Original Front Cover Artwork signed by artist Dudley Watkins, with D-C-Thomson’s 1952 Broons Bi-Annual for which it was drawn. The Broons comic strips started in March 1936 in the pull-out "Fun" section of the Scottish Sunday Post. The hilarious adventures of Maw, Paw, Granpaw (Paw’s Paw), Daphne, Maggie, Hen, Joe, Horace, The Twins and The Bairn made them household names at Glebe Street, number 10. The immense popularity of Scotland’s Happy Family led to The Broons bi-annual, first published in Christmas 1939. Early issues are rare, and the 1952 edition which accompanies this artwork would be estimated at 350-400 in its very good condition were it offered separately. This is perhaps the most important piece of British comic artwork ever to be offered at auction. Some margin tears neatly sealed and the top left hand corner piece repaired and replaced where the artwork had been originally stuck down. 13 x 11 ins (2)
Winning Bid: 3750
69The Broons Bi-Annual (1956) "Lookin’ oot frae number ten" cover. Creased corner front and back covers [fn-]
Winning Bid: 52
70The Broons Bi-Annual (1958) "Wee snakes ‘n’ ladders" cover [fn]
Winning Bid: 77
71The Broons Bi-Annuals (1960, ‘62, ‘64) Sunday lunch wi’ Rabbie Burns; Games wi’ bedtime stories; Ootdoors wi’ a pic-nic covers [fn-/fn+] (3)
Winning Bid: 174
72Oor Wullie Bi-Annual (1953) Calendar boy cover. Worn covers, spine intact [vg]
Winning Bid: 194
73Oor Wullie Bi-Annual (1955) Wullie to infinity cover. One third of spine worn away [vg-]
Winning Bid: 169
74Oor Wullie Bi-Annuals (1957, ‘59, ‘61) A snowman, Fence artist, and Smilin’ brekkie covers [fn+/fn/vg] (3)
Winning Bid: 154
74AOor Wullie Bi-Annuals (1969, ‘71, ‘73) On a bucket; Hedgehog on a bucket; Sandwich on a bucket covers. Light spine wear [fn-/fn] (3)
Winning Bid: 51
75Superman Annual (1952) Atlas. Second adventures of The Man of Steel. 192pp [vg]
Winning Bid: 28
76Superman Annuals 1962-3, 1963-4. Atlas [vg/fn] (2)-
Winning Bid: 22
77Super Detective Library 1, 2 (1953) with Cowboy Comics 4. Am Press. Meet The Saint, Armchair Detective, Kit Carson. Minor staple rust [fn-/fn] (3)
Winning Bid: 111
78Eagle Comic 1 (1950) Dan Dare’s first adventure. Slight light foxing and dust shadow to back cover [vg]
Winning Bid: 194
79Dan Dare’s Spacebook (1953) Illustrated by Frank Hampson, Desmond Walduck and Bruce Cornwell. Wear to cover edges, clean creamy white pages [vg]
Winning Bid: 43
80Dan Dare Interplanetary Stamp Folder (c1954) "Presented by Lever Bros, distr. of Lifebuoy Soap". Complete with all 32 stamps [fn-]
Winning Bid: 243
81Australian Eagle (1953-4) 1-41, 43-48. Printed in Adelaide three years after the UK’s first issue. The format is slightly smaller. Dan Dare, PC49 are the same, Jeff Arnold replaces Seth and Shorty. Australian ads and articles. Printed on inferior paper to its UK predecessor, not many issues have survived. Worn spines [gd-/vg] (47)
Winning Bid: 183
82TV-Fun 1 (1953) Arthur Askey, Diana Decker. Bright colours, near white pages, some spine wear. 3 ins closed tear to front cover [vg+]
Winning Bid: 54
83Swift 1 (1954) Hulton Press. Tarna Jungle Boy. Light tanning, some margin tears [vg-]
Winning Bid: 77
84Robin (1954-56) Andy Pandy, Bill & Ben. Vol 2: No 10 to Vol 4: No 52 [vg/fn+] (72)
Winning Bid: 29
85Robin (1957) Vol 5. Complete year [vg/fn+] (52)
Winning Bid: 28
86Robin (1958) Vol 6. Complete year [vg/fn+] (52)
Winning Bid: 28
87Jack and Jill (1954-59) 1-273 missing 10 issues and 3 unnumbered issues from 1959. Issues 1, 2 damaged and torn [pr], balance rusty staples [vg/fn] (266)
Winning Bid: 47
88Chick’s Own (1955-57) Am Press. 42 issues between 1512-1605 with six issues of Rainbow (1955) White pages [vg+/fn+] (48)
Winning Bid: 7
89Tiny Tots (1954-58) 91 issues between 1121-1301 [fn/vfn+] (91)
Winning Bid: 28
90Bunty 1 (1958) D-C-Thomson With free gift Ladybird Ring. Back cover foxing and dust shadow, with four sealed margin tears
Winning Bid: 121
91Twizzle’s Adventure Stories (1958-60) by Robert Leigh Birn Bros. Annuals 1, 2, and The Adventures of Twizzle. Early Gerry Anderson [vg/fn+] (3)
Winning Bid: 46
92Beano (1957-61) 27 issues between 789-1014 including 1959 April Fool, 1961 Xmas and landmark issue 1000. Clean white pages [fn/vfn] (27)
Winning Bid: 115
93Beano (1962-66) 33 issues between 1016-1275 including 1962 and 1966 Xmas issues [vfn], and 1416 (1969). Two issues [gd], balance [fn+/vfn+] (34)
Winning Bid: 85
94Beano (1969) 1381-1432. Complete year, including key issues (1396-1403) where Lord Snooty makes his front cover appearance presenting Biffo with his "family tree" which Biffo re-enacts with "Ye Biffo Beano Book" and "Ye Biffeau Tapestry". Ink address to front cover margins [vg+/fn+] (52)
Winning Bid: 94
95Dandy (1957-64) 31 issues between 823-1182, 1309 (Christmas 1966) and 1448 (1969). Clean creamy white pages [fn-/vfn] (33)
Winning Bid: 105
96Swift (1957-59) Hulton Press. 1959 near complete year missing issue 33. Bright covers, clean white pages [fn/vfn+] (68)
Winning Bid: 149
97Swift (1960) Vol 7 Complete year [fn/vfn] (53)
Winning Bid: 182
98Swift (1961) Vol 8 Complete year missing iss. 16. Cross aeroplane covers [fn/vfn+] (51)
Winning Bid: 132
99Swift (1962-63) Vol 9 Complete year with 1-9 of 1963 [fn+/vfn+] (61)
Winning Bid: 121
100TV-Comic (1955-65) Sooty, Hank, Supercar & Popeye. 52 Issues between 196-732 including 4 Xmas issues [fn-/vfn] (52)
Winning Bid: 107
101The Beezer (1956) 3, 4, 6, 8-11, 15, 22, 25, 27, 28, 33. Issue 4 signed by Lone Wolf artist Ron Smith. Issue 33 last Dudley Watkins Ginger cover. Six back covers feature Leo Baxendale’s Banana Bunch, full pages in colour [vg+/fn+] (13)
Winning Bid: 77
102Beezer (1960-61) DC-Thomson. 66 issues between 222-311. Pop, Dick and Harry. Including the free gifts "Crack in the Box" and "Beezer Wheezer" from issues 284 and 285. Four issues ragged, balance [vg/fn] (66)
Winning Bid: 85
103Beezer (1962) 312-363 Complete year. Bright colours, creamy white pages [fn/vfn](52)
Winning Bid: 127
104Beezer (1963) 364-415 Near complete year, missing issues 412 [fn/vfn] (51)
Winning Bid: 91
105Beezer (1964) 416-467 Near complete year, missing issue 454 [fn/vfn] (51)-
Winning Bid: 83
106Beezer (1965) 468-519 Complete year, starring Ginger by Dudley Watkins [fn/vfn] (52)
Winning Bid: 83
107Beezer (1966) 520-572 Near complete year, missing issues 563 [fn/vfn] (52)
Winning Bid: 83
108Beezer (1967) 573-624 Complete year [fn/vfn] (52)
Winning Bid: 91
109Beezer (1968) 625-676 Near complete year, missing issue 659 [fn/vfn] (51)
Winning Bid: 83
110The Beezer Annuals (1960-61) [vg/vg+] (2)
Winning Bid: 29
111Topper (1959-60) 22 issues between 316-412 (Xmas issue) starring Mickey The Monkey by Dudley Watkins [vg/fn] (22)-
Winning Bid: 33
112Topper (1961) 45 issues between 414-464. Issue 464 cover corner torn away, balance [fn/vfn] (45)
Winning Bid: 77
113Topper (1962-65) 58 issues between 466-725 (Xmas) [fn/vfn/nm] (58)
Winning Bid: 85
114Buster (1960) Fleetway. Son of Andy Capp. June-December near complete run, with Funny False Teeth free gift with 12.11.60 issue [vg/fn+] (25)
Winning Bid: 55
114ABuster (1961) Feb-December including 12 Men of Danger free gift; with 25.12.61 issue [fn/vfn] (42)
Winning Bid: 77
115Buster (1962) January-December. Clean white pages, bright fresh colours [fn+/vfn+] (46)
Winning Bid: 97
116Hornet (1963-66) D-C-Thomson 22 issues between 3-160 with free gift "Speedo Glider" with issue 56. Clean white pages [fn+/vfn+] (23)
Winning Bid: 20
117Look & Learn No 1 (1962) with free gift booklet "Where and When" [vg-]
Winning Bid: 7
118The Big One 1 (1964) Fleetway. Large format comic with Roy Wilson, Ray Parlett and Eric Roberts strips. With free gift Sharps Super Kreem Toffee Bar wrapper (contents consumed in 1964!) Kreemy white pages, back cover hole where Sharps Toffee bar was attached [fn]
Winning Bid: 77
119The Big One (1964-65) 2-6, 8-13, 15-19 including the Christmas issue. The Big One ran to nineteen issues only. Clean near white pages, bright fresh colours. Rare in these grades [fn/vfn] (16)
Winning Bid: 88
120The Victor (1961) D-C-Thomson 1-44, missing issues 42. I Flew with Braddock by Keith Shone. Issue 1 has back cover foxing [vg-], balance [fn/vfn] (43)
Winning Bid: 225
121The Victor (1962) 46-97 missing issues 63, 94 [fn/vfhn] (50)
Winning Bid: 63
122The Victor (1963) 98-149 Complete year [fn/vfn-] (52)
Winning Bid: 66
123Victor Book For Boys (1964-67) First four annuals. Annual 1 laminate split top and bottom spine [fn+], bal. [vfn/nm] (4)
Winning Bid: 47
124Express Weekly (1958-60) 13 issues between 223 (Xmas) - 285. Wulf The Briton cover art by Ron Embleton [fn/vfn] (13)
Winning Bid: 36
125TV Express Weekly (1960-61) 28 issues between 286 (first issue) - 333. Battleground cover art by Ron Embleton [fn/vfn] (28)
Winning Bid: 50
126TV-Express (1961-62) 22 issues between 347-376 [fn/vfn] (22)
Winning Bid: 73
127Karl The Viking Original Artworks (1964). Drawn and signed by Don Lawrence. From The Lion Comic 30 November 1963. There were two black and white pages in each Lion issue, and both are offered here. 21 x 16 ins (2)
Winning Bid: 363
128Trigan Empire Original Artwork (1966) Drawn and signed by Don Lawrence, from Look & Learn 22 October 1966. Lord Trigo sends the air fleet to destroy Daveli... 19 x 14.5 ins
Winning Bid: 275
129Trigan Empire Original Artwork (1966) Drawn and signed by Don Lawrence, from Look & Learn 12 November 1966. The Lokans use their captured Trigan airships to counter-attack... 18 x 14.5 ins
Winning Bid: 275
130Batman TV-Series Soundtrack LP (1966) 20th Century Fox Records. "Hear the actual TV voices of Batman and Robin, plus guest villains The Penguin, Zelda The Great, Mr Freeze and The Riddler". LP-as new, cover [fn]
Winning Bid: 30
131Wham! 1 (1964) Odhams. General Nitt, Eagle Eye, Pest of the West, all by Leo Baxendale. With free gift Wham! Gun. Clean creamy white pages [fn+]
Winning Bid: 126
132Wham! 2 (1964) With free gift "Shake Teacher!" [fn]
Winning Bid: 31
133Wham! (1964-66) 4-18 missing issue 10 and twenty issues between 20-86 [fn/vfn] (34)
Winning Bid: 77
134Smash! 1 (1966) Odhams. Leo Baxendale’s Bad Bunny, The Swots and the Blots, Grimly Feendish. With free gift Big Bang Gun. Rusty top staple, slight creasing, small blemishes, white pages, bright colours [fn-]
Winning Bid: 121
135Smash! (1966) 3, 4, 5 Rusty staples [fn-] (3)
Winning Bid: 20
 The following collection of TV-Century 21 volumes are professionally bound in red with gold block titling and numbering. There is light tanning to all page edges.
136TV-Century 21 (1965) City. 1-30 in bound volume [vg/vg+] (30)
Winning Bid: 265
137TV-Century 21 (1965-66) 31-60 in bound volume [vg/fn] (30)
Winning Bid: 243
137ATV-Century 21 (1966) 61-90 in bound volume [vg+/fn+] (30)
Winning Bid: 243
138TV-Century 21 (1966-67) 91-120 in bound volume [fn-/fn+] (30)
Winning Bid: 243
139TV-Century 21 (1967) 121-150 in bound volume [fn-/fn+] (30)
Winning Bid: 243
140TV-Century 21 (1967-68) 151-191 [vg/fn+] (41)
Winning Bid: 243
141Countdown 1-6 (1971) Polystyle. Doctor Who by Harry Lindfield, Gerry Haylock’s UFO, Countdown by John Burns [fn+/vfn] (6)
Winning Bid: 39
142Doctor Jekyll and Sister Hyde (1970s) Original Hammer Films Artwork signed by artist Arnaldo Putzu. Full colour artboard with lettering on acetate sheet overlay. 18 x 13.5 ins
Winning Bid: 198
143Roy Rogers (1950s-60s) WDL. 43, 48, 50, 51, 89, 92 with Annuals: Roy Rogers Adventures No 1, 2, and Roy Rogers Stories No 2. Comics [fn/fn+]; annuals [vfn/nm] Rare in these grades (9)
Winning Bid: 35
144Western Reprint selection (1950s) Buffalo Bill Cody 1 (scarce [vg-]); Space And Adventure 1; Black Diamond Western 1; Jimmy Durante 1; Gene Autry 27, 33, 36 and Captain Tornado 52, 62 and 10 assorted titles [vg/fn] (19)
Winning Bid: 48
145Marvelman (1960s) L Miller. 273, 334; Vol 2: 159; Vol 3: 222, 225; Young Marvelman 307; Marvelman Family 14 [vg/fn] (7)
Winning Bid: 17
146WDL Westerns plus (1950s-60s) WDL Western Classics 1, 4, 15; Ben Bowie 13; Fast Action Western (nn.); Texas Rangers 17; Wyatt Earp 33; Lone Star 7 [fn/fn+] (8)
Winning Bid: 23
147Marvelman (1960s) L MIller 294, 301, 305, 332, 334, 338, 347 [nm] (7)
Winning Bid: 61
148Young Marvelman (1960s) L Miller 294, 301, 305, 332-334, 347 [nm] (7)
Winning Bid: 44
149Topper Books (1973-94) 1977 [pr], 1970s [vg/fn], 1980-90s [vfn/nm] (22)
Winning Bid: 43
150VIZ Comic 2 (1980) with free (stapled!) balloon. Stamped "copy 89 of 500" [fn-]
Winning Bid: 97
 COMIC RELIEF CHARITY LOT
1512000AD Limited Edition Diary. Hamlyn. No. 2000 of 2000 signed by Carlos Ezquerra and many 2000AD artists old and new. With Judge Dredd, Judgment Day Original Artwork signed by Carlos Ezquerra (2)
Winning Bid: 350
 All proceeds from this lot will be donated by Hamlyn to COMIC RELIEF. Compal will charge no commission on this lot.


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