If high-grade is your thing, then we have a couple of gorgeous auctions for you today! Up first is a key Iron Man issue, highlighting a retold version of his origin story. Or maybe superheroes aren’t your main focus, but horror comics are? Take a peek at our beautiful copy of an early Tomb of Dracula instead. Both comics would make fantastic additions to your collection.
This week’s auctions run from December 6th to December 13th:
|Iron Man #47
CGC Certified Universal Grade in 9.4 condition, with off-white pages.
A key origin issue, from an original owner collection, this is a beautiful copy of this classic Silver Age comic book, featuring a retelling of the origin of Iron Man. This vintage 1970s issue was written by fan favorite Roy Thomas, with Barry Windsor-Smith & Jim Mooney artwork, as well as an iconic cover by Gil Kane and Vince Colletta.
|Tomb of Dracula #3
CGC Certified Universal Grade in 9.6 condition, with off-white to white pages.
A high grade issue from an original owner Silver and Bronze Age collection, this is a stunning copy of this classic Bronze Age horror comic book, featuring a letter from future comic creator David Michelinie. This vintage 1970s issue was written by Archie Goodwin, with Gene Colan & Tom Palmer artwork and a terrifying cover by Gil Kane & Tom Palmer.
This week’s early-start auction is also ending December 13th:
CGC Certified Universal in 5.5 condition, with cream to off-white pages.
A rare, hard to find gem for your collection, this is a solid copy of this early 10 cent, World War Two vintage, Golden Age comic book, featuring a story by co-creator Jerry Siegel, with Leo Nowak and John Sikela artwork and an action-packed cover by Fred Ray.