Collectible Roundup: June 15, 2007

The recent issue of Scoop from Diamond Galleries for June 15, 2007, had more than a few highlights of recent auction sales of collectibles:

Barks Art Sets Bonhams’ Record
“Carl Bark’s Moneybin series painting “Hands Off My Playthings” brought a record price for the auction house of $204,000 in the recent Bonhams and Butterfields Entertainment Auction.”

Cockrum X-Men Page Brings $25,000
“The last page of original art from Giant-Size X-Men #1 by noted artist Dave Cokrum sold for $25,000.”

Peanuts Daily, Letter Bring $50,000
“A letter from Charles Schulz, the envelope and an original Peanuts daily were sold for $50,000 in the most recent Russ Cochran Comic Art Auction.”

Buck Rogers Repeller Ray Ring Sold
“A 1936 Buck Rogers Repeller Ray Ring with Solar Scout envelope and booklet sold for $1,825.”

Frazetta Art Tops $55,000
“Frank Frazetta’s painting, “Beyond the Farthest Star,” realized $55,000 in the recent Russ Cochran Comic Art Auction.”

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