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To auction, buy, consign or sell original Todd McFarlane art, especially Todd McFarlane art from the cover of Spiderman, please go to http://www.NateDSanders.com, email Nate at Nate@NateDSanders.com or phone (310) 440-2982.  1. Interest-free cash advances are available, 2. you can name a high reserve and 3. you will usually receive a 0% commission rate on high-end comic art at NateDSanders.com.  No other auction house will give you these terms, especially the high reserve.

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Your Todd McFarlane art from the Spider-man covers can be worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.  Please dial (310) 440-2982 or drop a line to Nate@NateDSanders.com for prices of other Todd McFarlane art prices.  We are a large seller of comic art of all varieties at auction (http://www.NateDSanders.com).

Here are some actual prices realized for original Todd McFarlane art, especially Todd McFarlane art from the cover of Spiderman, and we can get these prices for you at our auction:

Todd McFarlane art being 1990 cover art for The Amazing Spider-man.  $350,000 – $650,000.

Todd McFarlane art being 1989 cover art for The Amazing Spider-man.  Almost $150,000.

Todd McFarlane art being 1988 cover art for The Amazing Spider-man.  Almost $150,000 also.

Todd McFarlane art being cover art for Batman.  Almost $75,000.

Todd McFarlane art being cover art for Marvel Tales.  Over $50,000.

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Here is a piece of comic art that we just sold for $60,000 (illustrated below):

Red Baron “Peanuts” Sunday Comic Strip — Appeared on New Years Day 1967 — Snoopy Confronts His Nemesis “The Red Baron”

Very scarce and desirable “Red Baron” Peanuts comic strip, hand-drawn by Charles Schulz. Appearing Sunday, 1 January 1967 and featuring Snoopy and Charlie Brown, this 15-panel strip is one of only eight “Peanuts” Sunday strips to run on New Years day. Strip features Snoopy as the Flying Ace, comically fantasizing about shooting down his WWI nemesis, the “Red Baron”. Tired of Snoopy’s ruckus, the European tavern owner in Snoopy’s dreams unceremoniously kicks him out of his doghouse in the pouring rain. Luckily, he always has Charlie Brown, with whom he reigns in the New Year. United Feature Syndicate label appears on second to last panel. 22.5″ x 15.5″ strip is matted to an overall size of 29.75″ x 22.5″. Very light creasing. Near fine (contact us for a free evaluation of your Todd McFarlane Comic Art).   Sold for $60,000.

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Red Baron “Peanuts” Sunday Comic Strip — Appeared on New Years Day 1967 — Snoopy Confronts His Nemesis “The Red Baron”/ Todd McFarlane Art Wanted

Also, comic art at our auction (http://www.NateDSanders.com) has been well featured in the news recently such as when we sold all of the animation art, comic art and illustration art from the estate of famed sci-fi author, Ray Bradbury.  Here is the actual article from Live Science:

Author Ray Bradbury’s Sci-Fi Art Collection Up for Auction

Author Ray Bradbury's Sci-Fi Art Collection Up for Auction

The cover illustration from Bradbury’s acclaimed novel, Fahrenheit 451, now up for auction.

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Fans of the renowned American author Ray Bradbury take note: The writer’s personal collection of sci-fi memorabilia and art is now being auctioned off online.

Bradbury is best known for his 1953 dystopian masterpiece, “Fahrenheit 451,” as well as a collection of short stories about a human colony on Mars, called “The Martian Chronicles,” published in 1950. For decades, he worked in Hollywood, where his writing was adapted for television, the big screen and comic books.

Bradbury died in 2012 at the age of 91, leaving behind a huge collection of art and memorabilia inspired by space, science fiction and fantasy. Among the items up for sale are the original-concept drawings and illustrations for many of Bradbury’s novels and short stories, most of them by Joseph Mugnaini, Bradbury’s longtime collaborator. [See photos of Ray Bradbury’s sci-fi art collection]

Bradbury’s personal print of “The Burning Man,” a Mugnaini illustration depicting a newspaper-clad man engulfed in flames, is expected to fetch $500, according to Nate D. Sanders, the Los Angeles-based auction house handling the sale. The illustration became the iconic hardcover image for Bradbury’s seminal work, “Fahrenheit 451.”

Also up for sale is a painting by Charles Addams, creator of the macabre comic series (and later television series) The Addams Family. Addams’ 1946 depiction of an eerie twilight scene — complete with ghoulish figures flying over a gothic mansion — was used as the cover art for Bradbury’s 2001 novel “From the Dust Returned.” The mixed-media painting could sell for up to $32,500, according to officials from Nate D. Sanders.

Another Bradbury-owned painting up for auction depicts a classic scene from H.G. Wells’ classic sci-fi novel “War of the Worlds,” in which a futuristic weapontakes on an English warship in battle. The painting, by American artist Raymond Bayless, is expected to go for at least $17,500 at auction.

There’s also something for comic fans at this online auction. Bradbury collected signed comic strips and comic books dating back to the 1940s. Included in his collection were several strips from the popular 1950s comic strip “Li’l Abner,” as well as several whole comic books from the 1940s series “Prince Valiant.” Bidding for a larger collection of Bradbury’s vintage comics, which include classics like “Popeye,” “Mickey Mouse” and “Tarzan,” starts at $500.

Bradbury also collected animation cels (the transparent, cellulose sheets on which animations were traditionally drawn) from popular cartoon series and movies. Included in his collection are cels from Warner Brothers’ Bugs Bunny cartoon, as well as cels from the 1973 film “Charlotte’s Web.”

One of the most famous cels for sale depicts a climactic scene from Disney’s 1937 film “Snow White,” in which the heroine is offered a poisonous apple from the evil queen in disguise. Bidding for the iconic cel starts at $21,000.

Bidding for the Bradbury auction will close Thursday (Sept. 25) at 5 p.m. PDT (8 p.m. EDT). More information can be found on the Nate D. Sanders website.

Follow Elizabeth Palermo @techEpalermo. Follow Live Science @livescience, Facebook & Google+. Original article on Live Science.

See: https://www.livescience.com/47969-ray-bradbury-online-auction.html

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