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Results of the September Monthly Auction
The ComicConnect Sept Monthly Auction ended Thursday, Sept 18, 2014 at 12AM EDT. “A nice mix of slabbed and raw copies, including group lots, from every age of comic collecting was available,” Reynolds explained. "Perfect for collectors who needed to round out their collection."
We are taking consignments now on the Next Event Auction! Contact Director of Consignments Robert Re…
Last second to consign to the Last Event Auction of 2014!
If you are reading this, you may be already too late. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. At this point, auction space is extremely limited. Call or email us today!
Get your share of $5,000,000 by consigning to the Event Auction! Advance checks go out the door as quickly as we get the comics
CGC 9.0 Action Comics #1 Tops $3.2 Million
The price for a copy of the first appearance of Superman keeps going up, up and away. With two days to go, the CGC-certified 9.0 copy of Action Comics #1 listed on eBay by Pristine Comics, was already the all-time record for the most valuable comic book ever sold. And it wasn’t nearly done.
A bid at 4:50 PM PDT on Friday, August 22, brought the comic to $2,100,000, a mere $60,000…
Comic Investing in the News
ComicConnect’s COO Vincent Zurzolo was recently interviewed on FOX Business and by the Wall Street Journal! Businessmen who have been striking out in the stock market have been asking where else can they invest their hard-earned money? Comic Books are a strong non-traditional option for investors. Below are two most recent interviews on Comic Books