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#5236852 - 11/17/11 11:26 AM Biggest OA Prices (2011/11/17) [Re: ashrael]
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Added Ha.com 11/15/2011 and 11/16/2011 Items


Line Art Covers ($100K+):

$380,000 (2010): Weird Science-Fantasy #29 (Frank Frazetta)
$239,000 (2011): Detective Comics #67 (Jerry Robinson)
$200,000 (2008): Weird Fantasy #16 (Wally Wood)
$195,500 (2005): Batman #11 (Fred Ray, Jerry Robinson)
$167,300 (2011): Amazing Spider-Man #49 (John Romita Sr)
$119,500 (2011): Adventure Comics #73 (Jack Kirby/Joe Simon)
$101,700 (2006): Amazing Spider-Man #43 (John Romita Sr)
$101,575 (2010): Daredevil #188 (Frank Miller)
$101,575 (2007): Mr. Natural #1 (Robert Crumb)
$101,575 (2011): Action Comics #46 (Fred Ray)
$100,625 (2002): Famous Funnies #213 (Frank Frazetta)

Big Sales that are up there: Giant Size X-Men #1; Famous Funnies #215; Avengers #93; Amazing Spider-Man #300 (2011)

Did Not Meet Reserve: Superman #14 cover at $402,000 (2010) and Detective Comics #69 cover at $213,000 (2010).

Line Art Interiors ($50K+):

$448,125 (2011): Batman: The Dark Knight #3 [page 10] (Frank Miller)
$214,819 (2010): Tintin 1939/06/22 [2 pages] (307,785 for pair ~ $429,637 for pair)
$88,500 (2011) Amazing Spider-Man 50 [page 8] (John Romita)
$86,250 (2005) Marvel Comics #1 [page 12] (Bill Everett)
$77,675 (2008) Big *spoon* Comics #1 [page 1] (Robert Crumb)
$65,725 (2010) Journey Into Mystery #83 [page 8] (Jack Kirby, Joe Sinnott)
$65,725 (2011): X-Men #137 [page 44] (John Bryne/Terry Austin)
$53,775 (2008) X-Men #1 [page 11] (Jack Kirby, Paul Reinman)

Line Art Recreations ($50K+):

$77,675 (2011): Amazing Spider-Man #100 cover recreation (John Romita Sr)

Painted Comic Covers ($100K+):

$1,067,052 (2008): Tintin in America [color cover] (764,200)
$203,150 (2008): Mad #30 [front & back covers] (Norman Mingo)
$110,500 (2006): Creepy #10 [cover - "Beyond the Grave"] (Frank Frazetta)

Non-Comic Frazetta Paintings ($100K+):

$1,500,000 (2010): "Conan The Destroyer"
$1,000,000 (2009): "Conan the Conqueror"
$251,000 (2008): "Escape on Venus"
$150,000 (2010): "Warrior with Ball and Chain"
$120,750 (2003): "Savage World"

Did Not Meet Reserve: "Land of Terror" at $172,500 (2011).


Do you know of any others? Year, issue, page (if not cover), and total price would be appreciated, along with links to info on the web if available. Thanks!

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#5239001 - 11/18/11 12:09 PM Re: Biggest OA Prices (2011/11/17) [Re: ashrael]
bocaratondefense Offline
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Carl Barks duck painting?

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#5239029 - 11/18/11 12:20 PM Re: Biggest OA Prices (2011/11/17) [Re: bocaratondefense]
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 Originally Posted By: bocaratondefense
Carl Barks duck painting?




I hadn't seen anyone mention it...did one sell for a lot of money or something?
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#5239032 - 11/18/11 12:23 PM Re: Biggest OA Prices (2011/11/17) [Re: comix4fun]
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You know that guy that shows up an hour early for parties? Yah. I'm him.

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lol

I guess the issue is none of them are purely comic art. Maybe the "non-comic frazetta paintings" s/b expanded to include other comic artists "non-comic" paintings. No reason to include fraz and exclude barks I suppose

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#5239467 - 11/18/11 04:18 PM Re: Biggest OA Prices (2011/11/17) [Re: Bronty]
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I included Frazetta paintings because I like his work and am interested in what they go for.

I will be glad to include Barks paintings, but you guys have to do the initial legwork ;\)
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#5239486 - 11/18/11 04:32 PM Re: Biggest OA Prices (2011/11/17) [Re: ashrael]
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what's up with Tintin?
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#5239489 - 11/18/11 04:32 PM Re: Biggest OA Prices [Re: tth2]
Bronty Offline

You know that guy that shows up an hour early for parties? Yah. I'm him.

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well I am just as lazy ;\) but OK \:\) here is some prelim info from a quick heritage search http://www.ha.com/common/search_results.php?Nty=1&Ntk=SI_Titles&Ns=Price%7C1&N=0+790+231&Ntt=barks

sport of tycoons, 2011, $262,900
vacation panel, 2011, $179,250
business as usual, 2011, $179,250
embarassment of riches, 2010, $161,325
spoiling the concert, 2007, $155,350
dubious doings at dismal downs, 2007, $150,570
a binful of fun, 2010, $143,400
spoiling the concert, 2011, $131,450
tresspassers will be ventilated, 2010, $131,450
christmas composition, 2010, $119,500
this dollar saved my life at whitehorse, 2010, $119,500
return to plain awful, 2007, $119,500
goose egg nugget, 2008, $119,500
wanderers of wonderlands, 2008, $119,500
Scrooge's old castle, 2011, $119,500
red sails in the sunset, 2011, 113,525
dam disaster at money lake, 2011, 2011, $107,550
sherriff of bullet valley, 2011, $107,550
only a poor old duck, 2011, $107,550
voodoo hoodoo, 2011, $101,575
mcduck of duckburg, 2011, $101, 575
nobody's spending, 2011, $101,575
golden cities of cibola, 2011, $101,575

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#5240403 - 11/18/11 09:47 PM Re: Biggest OA Prices [Re: Bronty]
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3 million dollars in the last two years plus from kirby cofer collection of barks paintings, I cannot recall any original art collection bring that kind of money, especially in this tough times

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#5319952 - 12/21/11 01:30 PM Re: Biggest OA Prices [Re: Mmehdy]
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Major Tintin auction from last month:

http://www.artcurial.com/en/asp/searchresults.asp?pg=20&ps=18&st=D&sale_no=1956+++#a_10335433

Some big results for the OA. Check out the estimates. Six figure results (which would make the "biggest price" list for us) seem to be so routine over there, that they rarely get reported unless a record is set. Of course, nothing compared to more classical art, but still notable for comic art. Their market seems to be doing OK...let's see what happens in 2012.
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#5320517 - 12/21/11 05:26 PM Re: Biggest OA Prices [Re: Nexus]
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Quite a few large sales in this Tintin auction, as well as the Peyo auction a few months ago. For this kind of list, we would almost need a separate category for the European comic art.

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