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Heritage Comic Auctions Sets a New Auction Record

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Heritage Comic Auctions has set a new auction record for a comic book – the first appearance of Batman in Detective Comics no. 1, which sold for $3.6 million. The auction marks the first time an original comic book has sold for that price in Dallas. The price surpassed the previous record set by Heritage Comic Auctions in September 2009.

The top lots were comic books from the 1960s and 1970s. In a recent auction, an original Peanuts strip dated December 1966 sold for $456,000. Another auction featured the first appearance of the legendary Ghost Rider in a Christmas story. Another notable lot was the cover art for 1969’s Fantastic Four no. 86. The comic book also broke the record for the highest-priced Kirby cover art.

The auction houses are a great way to get a high-quality comic book at a low price. The auction houses are the heart of the comic book market, and they offer books to suit every budget and taste. All you need to do is register on the auction house’s website and link a payment method. Heritage Comic Auctions, the largest comic book auction house in the United States, is a good option for those who love comic books and are looking for a great deal.

Whether you’re a fan of the Golden Age or the latest Batman comics, you’ll surely find the right comic for you at Heritage Comic Auctions. Heritage Auctions has set the standard for the auction business and has made itself the leading auction house for comic books and comic art.

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