Philip Weiss April 26 sale to feature pop culture items What was supposed to be a single-owner sale of vintage comic books and comic art for Phillip Weiss Auctions on Saturday, April 26, has mushroomed into nearly 1,000 lots of pop culture collectibles.
and great rarities such as August issues #55-62; Continental and American special printings, complete #'s 167-177, 180-181, 192-204, 205C, 211D and J8-J14; 1857 and 1861 reprints, complete #'s 233A and 314A mint pair (Ex. Cromwell and Engle, one of only six such pairs known to exist). Also:
316 line pair; 318 pair; 321 pair; 322 pair; 356 line pair; an Orangeburg Coil used single; 4C and 8C blue papers; 485 double error; 544 used; 594 mint; 596 pre-cancelled; O94; PR47; R157 and R158; Hawaii #12; and many more. To learn more about the second component of this fabulous collection, click on the Philip Weiss Auctions website as sale day approaches: www.prwauctions.com.
Also on May 17, 200 other stamp, coin and paper money lots will also be sold from various collections, to include: The Chesapeake Collection featuring 50+ Scott specialty albums loaded with foreign mint sets and singles; British Colonies; four stamp collections now being broken down; and the “Silver Salt Cellar” recovered from the treasure ship Atocha (appraised value: more than $300,000).
The following day, Sunday, May 18, another blockbuster sale will be held, featuring rare books; autographs; documents; three Charles Schulz “Peanuts” pieces; a collection of Jack London first editions; and more. Quality consignments are still being accepted for these sales. To consign an item, estate or collection, call Philip Weiss Auctions at (516) 594-0731, or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.