It's really simple, we love collectibles! We took an affinity to collectibles ever since we were kids, lusting after what I always referred to as the "Holy Grail" of something. First it was comics and cards, later in life it became items I thought I would never be able to obtain, sports memorabilia and even art. Now after decades of collecting, I've decided to bring these "Holy Grail" collectibles to this site. Our collection primarily specializes in Golden, Silver & Bronze Age Comics, but also will have a focus on various Sports and Art memorabilia. Be sure to visit again soon.
Signed works and books from the most famous Artists of our time; Picasso, Chagall, Dali, Warhol, etc. Plus signed memorabilia from the greatest sports and iconic legends of all time, Babe Ruth, Ali, Pele, Neil Armstrong and more.
Here it is, hands down the most important silver age comic book period! This is the book that started it all... The Marvel Age begins with Fantastic Four #1! Without this book, essentially there would be no Marvel Universe, no Spider-Man, no Avengers, no Hulk, no Thor, No Iron Man, no Ant-Man, and the list goes on. This example is THE highest graded known Signature Series Fantastic Four #1 out of the three major grading companies on the planet. It was witnessed and signed by the creator of Marvel, the legendary Stan Lee. This is an extremely rare book in high grade, just to give you an idea, the CGC Census highest graded Signature Series Fantastic Four #1 is 8.0, nothing in the near mint category. To complement this ultra rare Near Mint example, it's accompanied by newsstand fresh White Pages! The last unrestored 9.2 that hit the market sold for nearly $200,000 over 5 years ago and was not a signature series book signed by the creator Stan Lee, so you do that math. The other known high grade Fantastic Four #1 is a CBCS 9.4 verified signature (not witnessed) red label book signed by co-creator Jack Kirby and is currently being offered on the comic link exchange site for $650,000. With Stan recently leaving us, it's hard to say what this example would go for in today's current market. It seemed as if Stan would live forever like his super hero counterparts, RIP Stan, your legacy will live on for generations to come with this book and others!
NFS - Private Collection