From ComicLink:

"ComicLink April Golden Age Auction Preview is Online
The consignment deadline has passed, which means that the April Focused Golden Age Auction Preview is now complete and ready to be viewed in its entirety. More incredible books have been added to this auction within the last couple of weeks so if you have not checked the contents recently, it is time to check again! Nearly 50 new items were added to this auction of nearly 400 vintage Golden Age items. New items include visually appealing restored copies of Marvel Comics #1 (7.0), All Star Comics #3 (8.0) (1st JSA) & #8 (8.0) (1st Wonder Woman), unrestored mid-grade early Superman issues, more Batman and Detective issues, Four Color #386 (1st Uncle Scrooge) CGC 7.5, some more Golden Age pedigrees (including another from the Mile High collection) and a number of other nice books!
If there is one word that unites all of the items within this Golden Age auction, that word is quality. The auction includes quality items from many different genres. Nearly 100 of the items in the auction are from pedigree collections. There are key Golden Age DC's, Timelys, high-grade pre-code horror, esoteric early 1940's and late 1930's issues, key Westerns, 9.4-9.6 Fawcett's from the Mile High pedigree collection, and many more great items. There is truly something for every vintage Golden Age collector here. To make the auction even better, over 60% of the items in the auction are being put up with absolutely no reserve! In addition, the prices of all items with reserves were screened by us for reasonability so all items with reserves are at or below retail levels and bidders can bid with the confidence!
Some highlights:
Action Comics #2 CGC 4.5 (2nd Superman appearance!)
Action Comics #97 CGC 9.8 Mile High! (When was the last time you saw a 9.8 Action Mile High?)
Captain America Comics #1 CGC 7.0 (1st Captain America appearance, punching out Hitler on the cover!)
Detective Comics #30 CGC 7.5 (4th Batman), #31 CGC 5.0 (Classic Cover) and #33 CGC 4.5 (1st Batman Origin, Classic Cover)
Over 70 Golden Age Detective Comics issues, many among the highest graded
Four Color #9 (1942 1st Barks Donald Duck), Mickey Mouse Book (1930) 1st Disney licensed publication, 1st Mickey Mouse FVF 7.0
Lone Ranger Comics #1 Scarce, 1st western comic book devoted to a single character (1939 Poster Variant)and Red Ryder Comics #1 CGC 8.0 (9/1940)
More Fun Comics #53 CGC 8.0, #54 CGC 5.5 (Classic Spectre Covers/Origin issue)
Whiz Comics #1 CGC 4.5 (Scarce 1st Captain Marvel appearance/origin)
Rare Lost Valley Pedigree issues from the 1930's and early 1940's.
Plastic Man #1 CGC 9.2 (Highest Graded)
Pre-code Horror such as Dark Mysteries #20 CGC 9.0 (Northford pedigree, white pages) and This Magazine is Haunted #8 CGC 9.4 (Spokane pedigree, white pages) and many more…
Suspense Comics #11 CGC 9.4 (Classic LB Cole Devil Cover) (Big Apple Pedigree), Power Comics #4 CGC 9.4 (Hitler, Hirohito WWII Cover) Mile High
Wonder Comics #13 CGC 9.6 (Schomburg) and #20 CGC 9.4 Diamond Run (Frazetta)
Many other pedigree issues – Mile High's, Rockfords,
Early World's Finest, Superman and other DC Issues
New York World's Fair 1939 and 1940
And a myriad of other highlights…
The list of impressive items in the April Focused Golden Age Auction goes on and on – check it out now and mark your calendars! The auction starts April 9th and ends over two nights, the 19th and the 20th. And, if you have some doubles in your collection, or it is time for you to sell, let us know! We offer you the best selling options in the business!"

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