Neal Adams Original Art at NateDSanders.com Auction House
If you are looking to auction, buy, consign or sell Neal Adams original art, please email Nate@NateDSanders.com or call (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 those terms, especially the high reserve.
Neal Adams Original Art
Creator of such infamous characters as Batman, Superman and Green Arrow, Neal Adams has had a spectacular career in the comic book industry. In 1998 he was inducted into the Eisner Award’s Will Eisner Comic Book Hall of Fame and in 1999 into the Harvey Awards’ Jack Kirby Hall of Fame.
Here are some prices realized for Neal Adams original art, and we can get these prices for you at our auction. Please call or email for prices of other Neal Adams original art prices.
Neal Adams original art for the Green Lantern in the 1970’s — in the hundreds of thousands of dollars
Neal Adams original art for Batman in the 1970’s — $75,000
Neal Adams original art for Justice League of America in the 1960’s — $40,000
Neal Adams original art for Batman in the 1960’s — $30,000
Here is a news article about our original art auction house from ComicArtFans.com regarding one of pieces of comic art that we sold for $44,291. Let us get this amount of money for you for your Neal Adams original art:
The #4th Prince Valiant Strip From March 1937 to be Auctioned On Thursday, November 17
Prince Valiant Matures From Adolescent to Man in This Strip
LOS ANGELES, November 14, 2016 – One of the very earliest Prince Valiant comic strips by Hal Foster will be auctioned at Nate D. Sanders Auctions on Thursday, November 17, 2016. This is the 4th Prince Valiant comic strip, from 6 March 1937, published one month after the premiere strip debuted on 13 February 1937.
In this pre-Camelot strip, Prince Val is stranded on the Fens Marshes off the English coast, where he and his father – the King of Thule, are shipwrecked after their escape from Thule. Val befriends a local “half-savage native boy” who shows Val how to fish and hunt. The action then fast-forwards to Prince Valiant as a young man, schooled so well in hunting that he is able to provide for the exiled community. The second half of the strip then shows Prince Valiant and his friend fighting the superbly drawn marsh lizard, a fearsome dinosaur- like monster.
Hal Foster additionally draws an image of Prince Valiant’s face on the verso of the strip. He inscribes the top of the strip to an aspiring artist, writing, “’I send you this early one because it has a dragon in it”.
Additional information on the strips can be found at
Again, we at NateDSanders.com Auctions sold this for $44,291.
If you are looking to auction, buy, consign or sell Neal Adams Original Art, please email Nate@NateDSanders.com or call (310) 440-2982.