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LARGE Steve Kaufman signed print of an original oils on canvas #202/250;1995; wrapped canvas 30" x 39.75"; original plate has been destroyed, comes with COA
Total Edition size - 1-250 Limited Edition, 25 artist's proofs, 25 trial proofs- total 300

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Pg. 5; Leandro Oliviera pencil and signed on art board; 11.75" x 17.25"
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Pg. 8; Leandro Oliviera pencil and signed on art board; 11.75" x 17.25"
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Pg. 1; Ron Frenz pencils; Joe Rubinstein inks and signed; image size 10.5" x 15.25"
"Machinations!"
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Original script for the Superman dailies written by Jerry Siegel - Weeks 60-61
Jerry Siegel Collection
Jerry Siegel not only wrote the stories for Action Comics and Superman, but also penned the daily scripts for the serialized Superman newpaper strip, which ran from 1939-1966, taking a break to go overseas and support the allies in WWII. These hand-typed pages are wonderful collectibles for Superman fans which provide a glimpse into to creative process behind daily comic strips. Siegel typed his scripts using mimeograph paper in his typewriter, which he would then tear off and submit for publication. These pages contain pre-war scripts from weeks 60-61 of the long-running series.
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Original script for the Superman dailies written by Jerry Siegel - Weeks 10-14
Jerry Siegel Collection
Jerry Siegel not only wrote the stories for Action Comics and Superman, but also penned the daily scripts for the serialized Superman newpaper strip, which ran from 1939-1966, taking a break to go overseas and support the allies in WWII. These hand-typed pages are wonderful collectibles for Superman fans which provide a glimpse into to creative process behind daily comic strips. Siegel typed his scripts using mimeograph paper in his typewriter, which he would then tear off and submit for publication. These pages contain pre-war scripts from weeks 10-14 of the long-running series.
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Original script for the Superman dailies written by Jerry Siegel - Weeks 11-13
Jerry Siegel Collection
Jerry Siegel not only wrote the stories for Action Comics and Superman, but also penned the daily scripts for the serialized Superman newpaper strip, which ran from 1939-1966, taking a break to go overseas and support the allies in WWII. These hand-typed pages are wonderful collectibles for Superman fans which provide a glimpse into to creative process behind daily comic strips. Siegel typed his scripts using mimeograph paper in his typewriter, which he would then tear off and submit for publication. These pages contain pre-war scripts from weeks 11-13 of the long-running series.
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Original script for the Superman dailies written by Jerry Siegel - Weeks 67-69
Jerry Siegel Collection
Jerry Siegel not only wrote the stories for Action Comics and Superman, but also penned the daily scripts for the serialized Superman newpaper strip, which ran from 1939-1966, taking a break to go overseas and support the allies in WWII. These hand-typed pages are wonderful collectibles for Superman fans which provide a glimpse into to creative process behind daily comic strips. Siegel typed his scripts using mimeograph paper in his typewriter, which he would then tear off and submit for publication. These pages contain pre-war scripts from weeks 67-69 of the long-running series.
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CGC FA: 1.0
ow/white pgs; spine of cvr & 1st wrap completely split and dtchd
origin of Superman; 1st four Action stories retold; one of the most famous first issues of the Golden Age!
The first name in superheroes has always been Superman. "Look, up in the sky, it's a bird, it's a plane, it's...Superman!" Those words identified the character for decades and the big red "S" on his chest is one of the most-easily-recognized symbols in the world. Created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, Superman has enjoyed decades of popularity and has been featured in cartoons, serials, movies, television shows, and pretty much anything else you can put a price tag on. As one of the top Golden Age keys, this issue features the origin of DC's most well known and best-loved hero! Often overlooked is the historical importance of this book, which showcases three of the most important supporting characters in the Superman pantheon: Ma and Pa Kent, as well as Lois Lane.
This unrestored copy was well-loved by previous owners as its grade belies the eye appeal of this tome. There are luckily few blemishes to the central image on the cover, with a patina of age telling the story of this book and the hands it has passed through. Superman strikes his triumphant pose for the reader in all his glory, establishing himself as a household name for decades to come, as he remains atop the pyramid of superherodom even today.

Overstreet Guide 2019 GD (2.0) value = $100,000.

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CGC VG+: 4.5
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4th Luthor app.; full page ad for Batman #1 and All Star #1 (Summer 1940)
What's striking about early Superman appearances is how cleanly and unabashedly it presents the adolescent male fantasy image, the barrel-chested, incorruptible big brother figure soaring across skies and smacking around baddies with aplomb and stern precision. All of the iconic images of the period feature our hero effortlessly domineering all the mysterious elements of grownup life, from banks to trains to warplanes, you name it. This issue features a typically manly image and an early Luthor appearance within. It is unsurprising that this simple, effective imagery continues to bewitch collectors to this day, and has hardly aged a bit.
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CBCS PR: 0.5
off white pgs; fc m & dtchd, bc missing, incomplete; mod amt tp int
4th Luthor app.; full page ad for Batman #1 and All Star #1 (Summer 1940)
What's striking about early Superman appearances is how cleanly and unabashedly it presents the adolescent male fantasy image, the barrel-chested, incorruptible big brother figure soaring across skies and smacking around baddies with aplomb and stern precision. All of the iconic images of the period feature our hero effortlessly domineering all the mysterious elements of grownup life, from banks to trains to warplanes, you name it. This issue features a typically manly image and an early Luthor appearance within. It is unsurprising that this simple, effective imagery continues to bewitch collectors to this day, and has hardly aged a bit.
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crm/ow pgs, tape, extra staples, piece out fc
classic breaking chains cover (7-8/41)
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CGC VF/NM: 9.0
white pgs; only 1 copy graded higher!
Fred Ray WWII Nazi cover; real 1st app. of Jimmy Olsen; Lex Luthor app. (11-12/41)
No, Action Comics #6 does not feature the first appearance of Jimmy Olsen as that is just an anonymous cameo. It is, in fact, Superman #13 that bears this honorable distinction. Originally created for the Superman radio show in 1941, Jimmy Olsen would go on to earn his own title in time and become a fixture in the Superman mythos. The Man of Steel takes on the Axis on this cover, placing this book in the beloved pantheon of WWII Superman issues. The double whammy makes this issue very appealing to Super-collectors and war-time comic buffs alike.
The blinding bright yellow wash that makes up the background of this cover is shockingly well-preserved, as are all of the hues on this classic Golden Age beauty. Check out those pastel blues and hot reds! The Fred Ray illustration pops with vigorous elan as this rousing GA treasure is sure to be a hotly contested item when the hammer drops.

Overstreet Guide 2019 VF/NM (9.0) value = $4,339.

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CGC VF-: 7.5
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Fred Ray WWII Nazi cover; real 1st app. of Jimmy Olsen; Lex Luthor app. (11-12/41)
No, Action Comics #6 does not feature the first appearance of Jimmy Olsen as that is just an anonymous cameo. It is, in fact, Superman #13 that bears this honorable distinction. Originally created for the Superman radio show in 1941, Jimmy Olsen would go on to earn his own title in time and become a fixture in the Superman mythos. The Man of Steel takes on the Axis on this cover, placing this book in the beloved pantheon of WWII Superman issues. The double whammy makes this issue very appealing to Super-collectors and war-time comic buffs alike.


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CGC FN+: 6.5
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classic Fred Ray Hitler/Tojo WWII cover; 1st Fortress of Solitude, scarce
From the vantage point of the modern day, it's hard to understand just how seismic WWII was, and how brutal, primal, and honest the response was in American popular culture. From the perspective of our politically correct era, WWII covers can seem crude and frightening, but for a populace already shaken by a decade of poverty then challenged by the eruption of yet another multi-national conflict, covers like this hit the spot and helped boost national morale. There's no arguing that Superman was among the most recognizable of wartime icons, and the character's series of patriotic war-era covers, mostly drafted by the dependable, criminally underrated Fred Ray, became synonymous with the era's pop culture. This is among the scarcest of those treasures, and one of the most direct, in which two of the architects of the Axis attack, the nefarious Hitler and the despised Tojo, are easily subdued by the mighty Man of Steel, an image that surely raised the spirits of GIs and their loved ones back home. WWII Superman covers are like a collectible unto themselves, making these nearly bullet-proof investments.


Overstreet Guide 2019 FN+ (6.5) value = $4,100.

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CGC G+: 2.5
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classic Fred Ray Hitler/Tojo WWII cover; 1st Fortress of Solitude, scarce
From the vantage point of the modern day, it's hard to understand just how seismic WWII was, and how brutal, primal, and honest the response was in American popular culture. From the perspective of our politically correct era, WWII covers can seem crude and frightening, but for a populace already shaken by a decade of poverty then challenged by the eruption of yet another multi-national conflict, covers like this hit the spot and helped boost national morale. There's no arguing that Superman was among the most recognizable of wartime icons, and the character's series of patriotic war-era covers, mostly drafted by the dependable, criminally underrated Fred Ray, became synonymous with the era's pop culture. This is among the scarcest of those treasures, and one of the most direct, in which two of the architects of the Axis attack, the nefarious Hitler and the despised Tojo, are easily subdued by the mighty Man of Steel, an image that surely raised the spirits of GIs and their loved ones back home. WWII Superman covers are like a collectible unto themselves, making these nearly bullet-proof investments.
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CBCS VG: 4.0
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Fred Ray WWII cover
contains ad for Wonder Woman #1
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CGC VF/NM: 9.0
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classic Goebbels Nazi WWII cover; scarce
Of all the DC stable, it was Superman who was most intertwined with the patriotic WWII-era propaganda that flooded newsstands after Pearl Harbor, as DC's top-drawer cover artists poured their hearts and souls into charismatic, barrel-chested imagery that fueled the war fires and shook dimes loose from comic readers across the country. While the flag covers are the best-known, savvy collectors know that covers such as this are scarcer and more desirable, stunning time portals back to an era when the whole world seemed on edge and characters like Superman were needed to prop up the morale of a deeply shaken nation. This cover is also notable for one of the few instances in which the nefarious Joseph Goebbels, Nazi propaganda maestro, was depicted in cover caricature, here finding himself helpless against the tireless power of liberty and the Allied Forces (with a little help from a certain Kryptonian, of course).
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CGC FN: 6.0
white pgs
Superman, Batman learn each other's I.D.; first team-up
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CGC G+: 2.5
off white pgs, cvr dtch
Superman, Batman learn each other's I.D.; first team-up
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VG/F: 5.0
rare Swedish edition! (Stalmannen #10)
Superman, Batman learn each other's I.D.; first team-up
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CGC VG+: 4.5
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1958 blonde Supergirl Tryout story (predates Action 252!); train cover
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CGC VF-: 7.5
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1st Silver Age DC annual; 2 pg "World of Krypton" map; DC cover gallery bc
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CGC VF-: 7.5
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1960; Super-Villains issue
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CGC VF+: 8.5
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1961; Swan bondage cover
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