Blog posts of '2016' 'November'

Week 46 Highlights

There were many successful items that were purchased during last week’s auction ending on Sunday, November 20. Graphitti Designes hardcover books by Jean Moebius Giraud Moebius 1 and Moebius 2 sold for $224 and $234 after 22 bids each. Vintage 1938 Walt Disney Enterprises Mickey Mouse lapel pocket watch by Ingersoll sold for $340 after 19 bids. Marvel Comics 1972 Tomb of Dracula #1 graded and slabbed by CGC at a 9.6 NM+ sold for $400 after 2 bids. This weekend Diamond International Galleries added D23 2016 buy-in-now style listing, including the limited edition Destination D 2016 S.E.A. complete eight pin set that sold for $325.

Week 47 Preview

As this auction ends, the next auction will become available for bidding during its week long run November 20 through November 27. Vintage items headed to auction include a 1930s Billy Bug Hollywood pinback button, a 1948 Ingraham Superman chrome plated wrist watch, and a 1965 first print The Supremes Lincoln Center handbill advertisement. Other collectibles include a Charlton 1975 Beyond the Grave #1 graded at a 5.5 FN, Diamond Select Toys 2011 Star Wars Celebration IV Exclusive R2-Q5 bank, and a Diamond Select Toys 2007 gold edition Star Trek Enterprise NCC-1701 Starship. These links are currently available by copying and pasting them into your web browser and will provide more information and images for each of these items. They will become available for bidding at the scheduled time.

Week 46

We continue to offer a diverse selection of pop culture and vintage collectibles in our weekly eBay auction ending Sunday, November 20. Vintage items include a 1938 Walt Disney Enterprises Ingersoll Mickey Mouse lapel pocket watch, 1950s United States President Plaque Set Nabisco Shredded Wheat premium, and 1970s Snoopy and Belle Colorforms Dress Up Set original production art.  Other collectibles include DC Comics Presents #26 featuring the first appearance of The New Teen Titans and graded at an 8.5 VF+, 1987 hardcover book Moebius 1 signed and numbered by Jean Moebius Giraud by Graphitti Designs, and Diamond Select Toys 2011 C2E2 Exclusive Variant Femme Fatales Lady Death PVC statue.

Week 45 Highlights

The most successful items that were purchased during last week’s auction ending on Sunday, November 13 included a vintage 1935 Walt Disney Mickey Mouse Ingersoll watch with original packaging which sold for $163, a vintage 1953 Walt Disney’s Peter Pan complete Orama Bread Label Set that fetched $181, a rare vintage 1935 Buck Rogers pocket watch by Ingraham with original packaging ended at $307, and a vintage 133 Walt Disney Mickey Mouse Ingersoll electric clock which sold for $361.

Week 45 Preview

As this auction ends, the next auction will become available for bidding during its week long run November 6 through November 13. Vintage items available for bidding will include a 1898  Our Brownies ABC children’s book by Palmer Cox, a working 1938 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Dopey Lamp from La Mode Studios, and 1950s Hopalong Cassidy William Boyd bond bread labels. There will also be original production art such as the 10 piece 101 Dalmatians Cartoon Kit Colorforms production art and the 26 piece G.I. Joe approved production art including color proofs and sample products with Letter of License from Marvel. These links are currently available by copying and pasting them into your web browser and will provide more information and images for each of these items. They will become available for bidding at the scheduled time.

 

ComicWow! 24 Hour Gaming Charity Telethon

ComicWow! Assembles Super Team for Charity

ComicWow has gathered a team of comic readers and tabletop gamers for a 24-hour live stream to benefit the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America (CCFA.org). The live stream will take place at the ComicWow studios from 6pm ESTon Friday, November 11 to 6pm EST on Saturday, November 12.

They will be giving away a prize package every eight hours with a retail value of up to or over $2,000 each. Every $20 donated will get a viewer one entry, $100 will get seven entries, and winners are chosen at random via computer software. Other prizes will also be given away throughout the day…and night, so make sure to donate whenever you can through ComicWow’s donation page, www.comicwowcares.com.

For more information on ComicWow and the 24-hour live stream, visit www.comicwow.tv or contact Richard Ankney at (443) 318-8451 or arick@comicwow.com. Be sure to follow ComicWow on its social networking sites to stay up to date on all new developments:

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Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/comicwowTV/videos

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Week 44

We continue to offer a diverse selection of pop culture and vintage collectibles in our weekly eBay auction ending Sunday, November 6. Vintage items include The Gateway 1930s children’s menu featuring Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse by Walt Disney Enterprises, a 1930s Walt Disney’s Mickey Mouse and Friends lampshade and a 1950s official Hopalong Cassidy Barclay children’s sweater. There is a selection of CGC comics in this week’s auction like DC Comics 1948 Superman #51 graded and slabbed at a 6.0 FN featuring a Mr. MXYZTPLK appearance and a DC Comics 1968 Strange Adventures #208 graded and slabbed at a 9.4 NM featuring Neal Adams cover and artwork.

Week 43 Highlights

 

The most successful items that were purchased during last week’s action on Sunday, October 30 were a vintage 1968 Post Honeycomb cereal box featuring a Rocket Jet premium advertisement that fetched $229 and a vintage 1929 complete set of Tenderfoot card game from Exhibit which sold for $347.

DIG lists between 600 to 750 items in weekly eBay auctions through their DIG Auctions eBay store, ranging from vintage pop culture collectibles at auction to brand new products. They consistently offer a wide array of pop culture collectibles that include anything from Disney, Westerns, superheroes, print media advertisements and magazines, original artwork, political memorabilia, television and movie items, toys, action figures, comprehensive comic book selections, and more. All auction listings start at $9.95.

Diamond International Galleries is the headquarters for an almost-limitless array of comics, original comic art, posters, animation cells and backgrounds, drawings, oils, and antique toys. They have a comprehensive inventory of collectibles of memorabilia. More information can be found at the Diamond International Galleries website.