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Jack Davis Comic Art
Your Jack Davis comic art can be worth in the high tens of thousands of dollars. He is one of the most famous comic artists of all time.
Here is a Jack Davis 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 Jack Davis comic art:
Jack Davis comic art being a “MAD” multi page story and artwork sold for over $75,000.
Jack Davis comic art from “Tales from the Crypt” cover from the 1950’s sold for almost $75,000.
For some more background on our auction house (http://www.NateDSanders.com) and its sale of original art, here is a news article about our original art auction house from The Chicago Tribune regarding our auction of the estate of Ray Bradbury with many fine pieces of comic art, illustration art and animation cels. We at NateDSanders.com Auctions sold a Dean Ellis original ”Red Illustrated Man” painting commissioned for the cover art of Ray Bradbury’s ”The Illustrated Man” for $45,894 in that auction.
Bradbury estate auction brings nearly $500,000
Those looking for a herringbone sport jacket with a story to tell can still buy Ray Bradbury‘s version, some of his jewelry, even a set of oil paints.
But a large swath of the estate of the acclaimed author and Waukegan native has been purchased at auction, for a total of $493,408.
Bradbury, who left Waukegan for California at age 13, became an iconic figure in American literature. Known particularly for science fiction, he wrote “Fahrenheit 451,” “The Illustrated Man” and “Something Wicked This Way Comes.” By the time of his death in Los Angeles in 2012 at age 91, 8 million copies of Bradbury’s books had been sold in 36 languages.
“I was shocked how well some of these items went,” said Sam Heller, spokesman for Nate D. Sanders Fine Autographs & Memorabilia, the Los Angeles enterprise that organized the online auction of 460 pieces. It concluded Thursday night.
Before then, some lots sold for 10 times the original bid, Heller noted.
“That’s a testament to how enthusiastic Ray Bradbury fans are,” he added. “They seem to have a real passion for a literary icon like him.”
Less affection was expressed for the jacket Bradbury wore while he co-wrote the screenplay with John Huston for the 1956 film “Moby Dick.” The single-breasted brown and tan coat — size 42 — had a starting bid of $2,000. It remained unsold Friday afternoon, as did several items of jewelry and an oil paint set.
But a Dean Ellis painting of a tattooed man for the cover of the 1969 edition of Bradbury’s “The Illustrated Man” sold for $45,894, the auction house reported. The original bid was $6,000. In addition, Bradbury’s surrealistic painting “Carnival,” made by Joseph Mugnaini, sold for $23,153, well above its original price of $2,500.
And, Bradbury’s Hugo Award, science fiction’s most prestigious honor, sold for $28,734, nearly six times its original bid of $5,000.
Overall, about 250 of the 460 items sold. Remainders are available for sale at the original bid price, Heller said. If those fail to sell, their fate will be left to Bradbury’s family, he said.
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