“The Perishers” strip art, rare Doctor Who annual and more offered in latest Phil-Comics auction

The early December auction from eBay comics auction house Phil-Comics is up and running, with nearly 300 listings, including gems such as original “The Perishers” art by Dennis Collins, a good run of early 2000AD comics, a rare 1969 Doctor Who annual – and a sought-after “Johnny Seven One Man Army” toy, released in 1964 by Topper Toys… but will it make its £1000 reserve?

The vast majority starting at the usual 99p with no reserve, so all can get stuck in. Perhaps you will find a few elusive items for your collection – here are some highlights…

A number of The Beano books from the 1950s, offered in the auction as separate lots
A number of The Beano books from the 1950s, offered in the auction as separate lots
This issue of The Beano (No. 648, cover dated 18th December 1954), has a great infinity theme to the “Biffo the Bear” strip
DC Thomson’s Buddy No. 1 – 20 (1981) in a bound volume
The Dandy Book (1967)
The Dandy Book (1967)
Walt Disney animation art (1950s), story unidentified

Run by Phil Shrimpton, Phil-Comics specialises in vintage comics and related items such as annuals, holiday specials, free gifts and original artwork.

Holding monthly eBay auctions, often with 500+ listings, they aim to bring a diverse array of items – and are always on the lookout for vintage comic collections, either to buy or auction on commission.

• Check out the latest auction items at ebay.co.uk/str/philcomics

• Bidding on items in this auction begins to close on Sunday 5th December 2021

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