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SDCC: Profiles in History to display million dollar Frank Frazetta painting at Comic Con

Photo credit: Profiles in History

Photo credit: Profiles in History

Profiles in History, the world’s largest auctioneer of Hollywood memorabilia, is proud to present The Only Million Dollar Art Piece at Comic-Con-“Sea Witch”-The Single Most Important and Most Valuable Frazetta Painting to EVER be Offered At Auction (pre-sale estimate of $1,000,000 – $1,500,000) at their Booth #1605.

Additional highlights of Profiles in History’s display of rare and historic comic and illustration art include Frank Frazetta’s “Bran Mak Morn” and Bernie Wrightson’s original cover art for Swamp Thing #4 and House of Mystery #214 from the Frank Darabont Collection. Virtually every item from Profiles in History’s July 30 multi-million dollar auction of Comic and Illustration Art will be present.

Following the hugely successful sale of Frank Frazetta art from the collection of Dave Winiewicz, this unique auction will be presented in two sessions.

Session One, The Frank Darabont Collection, includes original works by master artists Bernie Wrightson, Mike Mignola, Sanjulian, Jack Davis, Will Eisner, Eric Powell, Bob Peak, Rich Corben, Vaughn Bode, a bronze of the “Cyclops” creature by Ray Harryhausen, and rare movie posters including the only known Frankenstein 1941 Italian 4-fogli, and much more.

Session Two comprises a superb collection of vintage comic and illustration artwork y Frank Frazetta’s “Sea Witch” and “Bran Mak Morn” The sale also features a wealth of works by “The Studio” artists Bernie Wrightson, Mike Kaluta, Jeffery Jones, and Barry Windsor-Smith, as well as Spider-Man art by John Romita, a Golden Age cover by Jack Kirby, horror and fantasy art by Richard Corben, an important work by John Buscema, among many other pieces by notable masters of the comic medium. Most of these works have been hidden away in private collections for decades, and this sale represents the first and likely only chance to obtain them.

Interested bidders from around the world can participate at the auction in person, by telephone, fax, submit absentee bids or participate online in real time from anywhere with internet access across the globe.  For more information, please visit www.profilesinhistory.com.

West Coast Previews:

San Diego Comic-Con:  July 20-24, 2016, and at our Los Angeles Gallery: July 27-30, 2016.

Auction begins: 11:00am PDT on July 30, 2016
Profiles in History
26662 Agoura Road, Calabasas, CA 91302
Phone:  310-859-7701

The following links can be used to place an order, or view digital versions of the catalogs:



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