Scott 120b Invert, $1.2 Million
World's Record, Highest Price Paid
for Single US Stamp
Batman #1, CBCS 7.5
World's Record Price for 7.5 Grade
Sold for $237,300
19th Century Punch
Cigar Statue
Sold for $542,200
T206 Honus Wagner SGC 3
Sold for $791,000
Fr.465 Orig $1000 Face Proof Charter #290
National Bank Note, Fourth NB, New York 
Sold for $96,050
         
Rare, Lou Gehrig Signed
1930 Two Paycheck
Sold for $22,600
Incredible Hulk #1
Sold for $11,100
Carl Barks, Prototype Statue
"Far Out Safari"
Sold for $13,800
 1979 Star Wars R2-D2
Unpunched 12 Back, MOC
Sold for $3,000
Battery Operated
Machine Man Robot
Sold for $46,020
       
 Jean Henri Gaston Giraud Moebius
Orig Comic Pg From "The Ballad" 1977
Sold for $55,370
 Chesley Bonestell (1888 - 1986)
Oil on Board
Sold for $28,815
 Joe Kubert, Showcase
Hawkman #103, Cover Art Page
Sold for $15,820
  Chesley Bonestell (1888 - 1986)
Oil on Board
Sold for $23,730
         
1936 George Herriman
Krazy Ket Sunday Page
Sold for $16,385
Babe Ruth Signed
HOF Plaque
Sold for $62,150
Detective Comics #1,
Sold for $28,250
1977 Star Wars Sears 
Early Bird Mail Away Display
Sold for $11,300
"I Want You" Poster
by James Montgomery Flagg
Sold for $4,294

 

Detective Comics #28,
Sold for $30,510

1954 Superman vs Robot Lunchbox
Sold for $11,865

Marx MIB Wagon Train Playset,
World’s Record Price of $15,255

T206 Ray Demmitt SGC 4
Sold for $7,627.50 

Detective Comics #2,
Sold for $19,210 

       
 Unmounted 3.62 ct
Circular Diamond
Sold for $25,990
 Jim Rennert Bronze
"High Risk"
Sold for $6,300
 Erte "The Angel" Limited Ed Bronze
Sold for $7,187.50
 Tiffany Linen Fold Lamp
Sold for $12,430
       
 Cased Colt Revolver & Shoulder Stock
Sold for $8,475
 1957 Gibson ES-5 Switchmaster Guitar
Sold for $7,500
Rare, Leech & Rigdon
Confederate Navy Revolver
Sold for $12,430
 Walt Disney Signed Photo
w/ Strong Signature
Sold for $3,503
       
 Danish Scimitar Lounge Chairs,
 K. Ivan Schlechter
Sold for $12,995
 Daum Nancy Vase,
15 1/2" Tall
Sold for $20,340
 Rare. 1964 Eames Worlds Fair Benches
Made for the IBM Pavillion
Sold for $7,500
 Monumental Bohemian
Art Glass Vase, 42"
Sold for $28,250
       
 Henri DeToulouse - Lautrec 
(1864-1901)
Sold for $20,340
 Luigi Lucioni (1900 - 1988)
 Oil on Canvas
Sold for $16,950
 Antonio Jacobsen (1850 - 1921)
 Oil on Canvas
Sold for $8,700
Manuel Orazi. (1860-1934)
Loie Fuller Poster
Sold for $11,865
       
1972 Chess Set Used by
Bobby Fischer & Boris Spassky
Sold for $76,275
1890's Cigar Indian
"Chief Poke in the Nose"
Sold for $62,150
Harriet Beecher Stowe
Manuscript Page, Uncle Tom's Cabin
Sold for $76,275
Sheet of 80, Scott 1586
People's Republic of China
Sold for $135,600
       
Willie Shoemaker
1967 Belmont Stakes Trophy
Sold for $15,255
Incredible Robert Crumb
Sketchbook & Greeting Cards
Sold for $16,950
 Richard Pettibone, "Marilyn"
Acrylic & Silkscreen on Canvas
Sold for $14,125
Snow White Publicity Cel
w/ Production Background
Sold for $32,770

 

 

 

 

 Rare, "Nile Kinnick" Cut Signature
1939 Heisman Trophy Winner
Sold for $5,650

Punch Cigar Store Advertising
Figure by Wm. Demuth & Co.
Sold for $37,290

1966 Signed Beatles Painting
"Images of a Woman", One of a Kind 
Sold for $155,250

 Original Charles Schulz "Peanuts"
Sunday Page, dated 2/9/64
Sold for $24,860

       

Angel Botello (1913-1986)

Oil on Masonite

Sold for $21,850

Francesco Vinea (1845-1902)

Oil on Canvas, Signed

Sold for $10,350

Paul De Longpre (1855-1911)

Watercolor on Paper, Signed

Sold for $29,900

Adolphe Itasse
Bronze Sculpture of Angels
Sold for $9,600
     
Max Friedrich Rabes
Signed O/C, Masquerade Ball
Sold for $20,700
Buffalo Bill Poster, 1907
"I Am Coming"
Sold for $19,260
Disney "Little Toot"
Incredible Setup Signed, Hardie Gramatsky
Sold for $8,625
     
Goudey 1934 Complete Set
All PSA Graded 7
Sold for $34,500
Grover Cleveland Alexander
Single Signed Baseball
Sold for $13,225
 1952 Topps Complete Set
(38) Graded Cards, Original Owner
Sold for $37,950          
         
Tiffany Studios Leaded 
Glass Bronze Floor Lamp
Sold for $135,600
Rare Figural Pocket Watch
Trade Sign, circa 1880's
Sold for $4,520
John Romita, Orig Cover Art
Spiderman #43, Dec. 1966
Sold for $101,700
Rare Planters Mr. Peanut
Cast Iron Fence Sitter
Sold for $5,932.50
Roullet & DeCamps
Automaton “Dance Lesson”
Sold for $6,497.50
       
Babe Ruth
Single Signed Baseball
Sold for $17,720
Buffalo Bill 
Rare 3 Sheet Poster, 1908
Sold for $13,560
Charles Schulz "Peanuts", 9/1/63
Sunday Page, Football Gag,
Sold for $64,975
Incredible Titanic Archive
from Survivors John & Nelle Snyder
Sold for $100,570


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Upcoming Auctions (Highlights & Images)

  • Several Large Train Collections including Early European & Lionel Pre War, Post War, MPC, American Flyer and More. Another Installment of the Pennsylvania Lionel Hoard Collection featuring Mint in Box Lionel from the 1950-60's, Pressed Steel Trucks, Diecast, 100's of Toy Soldiers, USS Arizona Battleship by Fine Art Models, approx. 38" long, Scarce Tin Clockwork Marklin Toy Submarine (Longest Example 30" Long), Selection of Old Storestock Rosko Battery Operated Toys, Collection of High Grade Boxed Dinky's, Star Wars Toys & Collectibles including Posters, Magazines, Toys, Rare Mint on Card Jawa Vinyl Cape 12 Back Figure, Unpunched Han Solo 12 Back Figure, and Much More Vintage Toys.
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  • This Sale will Include High End and Quality Items from All Areas of Collecting Featuring Fine Art Oils, Lithos and Engravings from Listed Artists. Bronzes including Richard MacDonald Monumental Bronze approx 4 feet long “The Anatomy of Golf”, Part Two of a Collection of Vintage Clothing, Handbags and Hermes Scarves, Jewelry and Costume Jewelry. Collection of Pop Art by Burton Morris, Collection of Mint in Box Mount Blanc Pens, Picasso Plates, Collection of Carved Black Forest Bear Hall Trees, Grouping of Black Americana Majolica Statues, Animation Art including High End Pieces From Snow White, Fantasia, Peter Pan and Others. Comic Art including 12 more lots from the Joe Kubert Collection including Cover Art and Interior Pages, Ocean Liner Memorabilia including Chairs from the Andrea Doria, Normandie, S.S. United States and other Ocean Liner Material. Collection of Black Americana including Larger Majolica and Carved Figures, Collection of Black Forest Hall Stands, and Much More. This Will be a Very Interesting and Diversified Sale with Higher End and Unusual Pieces in Multiple Areas of Collecting Interests. Items are Arriving Daily, Continue to Check the Website often for Updated Photos. 
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Philip Weiss Auctions is Proud and Honored to announce an extended series of Sales of the Joe Kubert Collection. The collection will includes 1000’s of comics from the artists collection. Original Covers, Pages, Stories, Strip Art and more. This collection includes work of other artists as well and will be incorporated into our regularly scheduled Comic, Comic Art, Animation and Sports sales. The first sale is scheduled for Feb. 27th 2016. Please follow our website for updates.


Viewing Dates and Times:

May 19th Sale:

Mon 5/16 (10am-5pm)
Tues 5/17 (10am-8pm)
Wed 5/18 (10am-8pm)
Thurs 5/19 (8:30am-9:45am)



   


   

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