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Carl Barks Comic Art
Nate D. Sanders Auctions is looking for Carl Barks comic Art to take on consignment. In fact, we can offer a special rate of zero commission if you consign your Carl Barks comic art reserved at more than $15,000 to our auction. Carl Barks comic art, especially his oil paintings produced in the 1970s, have become quite valuable recently, achieving prices in excess of $250,000 at auction. Carl Barks comic art, including sketches, watercolors, and original comic book pages are also highly sought after and more affordable. We can appraise your Carl Barks comic art for you free of charge.
Here is a Carl Barks comic art list of items sold (actual sale prices) and we can get these prices for you at our auction. Please phone or write Nate@NateDSanders.com for actual sale prices of other Carl Barks comic art:
Carl Barks comic art almost 15″ x 20″ oil on masonite of Scrooge McDuck. Over $250,000.
Carl Barks comic art almost 20″ x 25″ of Donald, Huey, Dewey, and Louie. Over $175,000.
Carl Barks art approximately 16″ x 20″ oil on masonite of Donald Duck. Over $25,000. (2016 price. Most current. Most accurate.)
Here are some of our prices realized in the comic art category:
Charles Schulz Sunday “Peanuts” Strip
Original hand-drawn and signed Charles Schulz “Peanuts” Sunday strip. One-of-a-kind strip is dated 26 May 1985, and signed, “To Peter and Carlo with every best wish / Charles M. Schulz” in bold blue felt pen. Published from 1952 until early 2000, Schulz’s Sunday strips are considered the most popular and influential in the medium. In this rare strip, Snoopy decides to take Woodstock fishing. However, on the way to the docks Woodstock is sabotaged by the bait worms and left tied to a tree; Snoopy eventually comes to his rescue. Original art measures 24″ x 16″. Strip is matted and framed to an overall size of 30″ x 22.5″. An exceptional piece in near mint condition. Sold for $30,000.
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Walt Disney Signed Drawing of Mickey Mouse — Sketched Within a First Edition Copy of “The Art of Walt Disney” — An Exceptionally Rare Disney Piece
Scarce illustration of Mickey Mouse, drawn and signed by Walt Disney inside a first edition copy of “The Art of Walt Disney”. The commemorative book, published by Macmillan: New York: 1942 features a beautiful illustration of a smiling Mickey Mouse to the front free endpaper, hand-drawn in blue crayon by Walt Disney. Handwritten note reads: “To Mick Olson / From One ‘M’ to Another! Best Wishes From Walt Disney”. Hardcover first edition has tan cloth boards with orange black lettering to the cover, and illustrations throughout. Written by Robert D. Feild, who gives a wonderful narrative and pictorial history of Disney’s legendary career. Measures 8.5″ x 11.5″ and runs 290pp. Very slight cocking to the spine, and light toning. Small stain to top of front cover. Very good. Sold for $15,000.
Carl Barks Comic Art continues to be desired by collectors from around the world. Consign your Carl Barks Comic Art today.