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Auction Previews & News2 Results
- Auction Industry, Press Release
DC Detective Comics #27, Marvel Amazing Fantasy #15, Superman #1 & Batman #1 Headline Blockbuster Auction of Some of the Rarest & Most Desirable Comic Books. Original Green Lantern Cover Art by Iconic Illustrator Gil Kane & More Than 700 Item Unveiled in Goldin Elite Auction 1939 DC Detective Comics #27 – First Appearance of Batman – CGC 6.5, Cream to Off-White Pages RUNNEMEDE, NJ, MAY 5, 2022 – Some of the most illustrious and sought-after comics of all time featuring the first appearances of the most iconic superheroes ever have just hit the market in a single sale. The debuts of Batman, Spider-Man, the X-Men and Wonder Woman. DC Detective Comics #27, Marvel Amazing Fantasy #15, Superman #1, Marvel X-Men #1 and Batman #1, among other ultra-rare comic books, are among the headliners of the May Elite sale at Goldin. The rare comic book items up for sale include: 1939 DC Detective Comics #27 - CGC 6.5 (link and pictures) 1962 Marvel Amazing Fantasy #15 - CGC 8.0 (link and pictures) 1939 DC Superman #1 - CGC 2.0 (link and pictures) 1960 Original Cover Art for DC Showcase #24 by Gil Kane - Third Appearance of Green Lantern (link and pictures)1940 DC Batman #1 - CGC 4.0 (link and pictures)1963 Marvel X-Men #1 - CGC 8.5 (link and pictures)1942 DC Wonder Woman #1 - CGC 5.0 (link and pictures)1961 Original Art Page and Title Splash for D.C. Comics Green Lantern #6 by Gil Kane (link and pictures)1984 Mirage Studios Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles TMNT #1 First Print Promotional Copy Signed by Pete Laird and Kevin Eastman - CGC 9.8 (link and pictures) 1962 Marvel Amazing Fantasy #15 - First Appearance of Spider-Man – CGC 8.0, Off-White to White Pages “It’s rare to have even one of these amazing books featuring the first appearances of these culturally iconic heroes in a collection, let alone all of them,” said Goldin Executive Chairman and Founder Ken Goldin. “We are so honored to be able to showcase so many pillars of the comic world showcased in one sale. When you add to that the one of…
- Auction Result, Press Release
Iconic Comic Featuring the First Appearance of Superman Is Third Most Valuable Comic Sale of All-Time Action Comics #1. Image courtesy of Goldin. RUNNEMEDE, NJ, JANUARY 13, 2022 – An extremely rare copy of Action Comics #1, considered by many to be the most important comic book ever issued, was purchased today for $3.18 million. The purchase was brokered by leading collectibles marketplace Goldin on behalf of a private client, and now sits firmly as one of the three most valuable comic book purchases of all time. Widely considered to be the beginning of the superhero genre, Action Comics #1 is one of the rarest and most sought-after comic books on earth. Graded a stunning CGC FN 6.0, the copy is one of the finest examples in existence.“There really aren’t appropriate words to describe the impact that this item has had on the collectible industry, superhero comics and pop culture in general and we’re thrilled to win this auction on behalf of our client,” said Founder and Executive Chairman Ken Goldin. “Without Action Comics #1, there is no Superman. Without Superman, there are no D.C. and Marvel Universes. Who would want to imagine a world without superheroes? Not me.”Goldin has built a reputation as the trusted leader in trading cards, memorabilia and collectibles. In 2021, the company did over $330 million in sales at auction. Goldin’s Winter Elite Auction opens for bidding on January 13 and runs through February 6. The company’s Elite Comic, TCG and Video Game Auction opens February 8 and will feature some of the rarest and most sought-after comic books, video game, pop culture and TCG items.Goldin is also actively accepting consignments for its future auctions. To inquire about consigning items, email [email protected] The deadline to consign for the upcoming Elite Comic, TCG and Video Game Auction is January 24. For more information about Goldin’s Private Sales Division, please email [email protected] About Goldin: Goldin is the leading marketplace for trading cards, collectibles and memorabilia. Founder Ken Goldin has sold more than $1.4 billion in memorabilia from many of the biggest names in sports, history, and pop culture. The company…
- Auction Preview
A 2009 Bowman Chrome Draft Prospects Mike Trout card signed by the then-minor leaguer will highlight the upcoming sports memorabilia event, presented by Goldin Auctions. The card is graded MINT 9 by BGS. Trout’s blue-ink signature on the card earns a “10” from Beckett. When Mike Trout was drafted in 2009, major league scouts had a favorable outlook on his career. However, they did not expect his quick rise in the following years. “In March , Trout was one of the three best minor leaguers alive. By April, he was arguably the best minor leaguer alive. By June, he was probably the best major leaguer," summarizes Baseball Prospectus’ Sam Miller. Baseball card collectors will also find rookie cards for both Hank Aaron and Nolan Ryan among the featured lots. The Hank Aaron card is graded MINT 9 by PSA. Goldin Auctions notes that there are only 25 examples with this grade and only two with a grade higher. Basketball fans can consider Air Jordans signed and worn by Michael Jordan during his rookie year. Those interested in this or any other lot can register to bid on the Goldin Auctions website.
- Auction Result
A rare James trading card from his rookie season in the NBA with the Cleveland Cavaliers sold for $1.8 million ($1.57 million euros) on Saturday, Goldin Auctions said. NEW YORK(AFP).- NBA superstar LeBron James is a record-setter in the memorabilia world as well as on the court. A rare James trading card from his rookie season in the NBA with the Cleveland Cavaliers -- one of only 23 manufactured -- sold for $1.8 million ($1.57 million euros) on Saturday, Goldin Auctions said. James signed the card, which features a patch from one of his jerseys, and it was graded at 9.5 -- "Gem Mint condition" according to the auction house. "The incomparable superstar has penned a vivid blue ink signature on the obverse of this ultra-premium collectible," Goldin Auctions said in the description of the item. "Its cardfront presentation also incorporates an exceptional, tri-color James-worn jersey patch relic." Bidding began on the card at $150,000. The Cavaliers selected the highly touted James with the first pick in the 2003 NBA draft. The Akron, Ohio, native scored 25 points on 12-of-20 shooting with nine rebounds, six assists and four steals in his debut against the Sacramento Kings. He posted 20.9 points, 5.9 assists and 5.5 rebounds to win the Rookie of the Year award. Now a 16-time All-Star, three-time NBA champion and four-time NBA Most Valuable Player, James was averaging 25.7 points per game, 10.6 assists and 7.9 rebounds when the NBA season was halted amid the coronavirus pandemic. He has led the Lakers to first place in the Western Conference with the league preparing to resume action on July 31. The previous record for most expensive modern day sports trading card belonged to Los Angeles Angels star Mike Trout. In May, one of Trout’s cards sold for $923,000.