The recent Heritage Comic Auctions sold a number of comic books at record prices. For example, one splash page from Captain America’s first solo Silver Age story, “A Charlie Brown Christmas,” sold for $630,000, shattering the previous record of $480,000. Another lot, the cover art of 1969’s Fantastic Four No. 86, brought $975,600.
There are many places to purchase comic books, from eBay to Amazon, Flea Markets and Comic Cons. Auction houses such as Heritage Comic Auctions are great places to buy comics at bargain prices. The selection of comic books is wide and varied, so it’s essential to shop smart to maximize your profit potential.
In addition to collecting comic books, Heritage Auctions also sells art. The auctioneer is one of the world’s largest collectibles auctioneers. It’s the third largest auction house in the world and was founded in the United States. Their extensive expertise in art and collectibles has earned them a reputation for transparency and trustworthy business practices. In 2021 alone, they will transact $1.4 billion in sales. At this auction, over $180 million worth of comics was sold.
Heritage Auctions’ April Comics & Comic Art event was a huge success. The auction was the highest-grossing comics event ever held. In addition to selling more than 5,000 comics, the sale included comic book art by DC Comics and Dave Gibbons.