Scott 120b Invert, $1.2 Million
Highest Price Paid
for a Single US Stamp
Incredible Titanic Archive
from Survivors John & Nelle Snyder
Sold for $100,570
19th Century Punch
Cigar Statue
Sold for $542,200
T206 Honus Wagner SGC 3
Sold for $791,000
1966 Signed Beatles Painting
"Images of a Woman", One of a Kind 
Sold for $155,250
1936 George Herriman
Krazy Ket Sunday Page
Sold for $16,385
Babe Ruth Signed
HOF Plaque
Sold for $62,150
Detective Comics #1,
Sold for $28,250
Monumental Bohemian
Art Glass Vase, 42"
Sold for $28,250
"I Want You" Poster
by James Montgomery Flagg
Sold for $4,294


Detective Comics #28,
Sold for $30,510

1954 Superman vs Robot Lunchbox
Sold for $11,865

Marx MIB Wagon Train Playset,
World’s Record Price of $15,255

T206 Ray Demmitt SGC 4
Sold for $7,627.50 

Detective Comics #2,
Sold for $19,210 

Max Friedrich Rabes
Signed O/C, Masquerade Ball
Sold for $20,700
Buffalo Bill Poster, 1907
"I Am Coming"
Sold for $19,260
 Disney "Little Toot"
Incredible Setup Signed, Hardie Gramatsky
Sold for $8,625
1972 Chess Set Used by
Bobby Fischer & Boris Spassky
Sold for $76,275
1890's Cigar Indian
"Chief Poke in the Nose"
Sold for $62,150
Harriet Beecher Stowe
Manuscript Page, Uncle Tom's Cabin
Sold for $76,275
Sheet of 80, Scott 1586
People's Republic of China
Sold for $135,600
Willie Shoemaker
1967 Belmont Stakes Trophy
Sold for $15,255
Incredible Robert Crumb
Sketchbook & Greeting Cards
Sold for $16,950
 Richard Pettibone, "Marilyn"
Acrylic & Silkscreen on Canvas
Sold for $14,125
Snow White Publicity Cel
w/ Production Background
Sold for $32,770
Babe Ruth
Single Signed Baseball
Sold for $17,720
 Buffalo Bill 
Rare 3 Sheet Poster, 1908
Sold for $13,560
Charles Schulz "Peanuts", 9/1/63
Sunday Page, Football Gag,
Sold for $64,975
Sol White
"History of Colored Baseball"
Sold for $8,475
Tiffany Studios Leaded
Glass Bronze Floor Lamp
Sold for $135,600
Rare Figural Pocket Watch
Trade Sign, circa 1880's
Sold for $4,520
John Romita, Orig Cover Art
Spiderman #43, Dec. 1966
Sold for $101,700
Rare Planters Mr. Peanut
Cast Iron Fence Sitter
Sold for $5,932.50
Roullet & DeCamps
Automaton “Dance Lesson”
Sold for $6,497.50





 Rare, "Nile Kinnick" Cut Signature
1939 Heisman Trophy Winner
Sold for $5,650

Punch Cigar Store Advertising
Figure by Wm. Demuth & Co.
Sold for $37,290

Tuskeegee War Bonds Poster,
"Keep Us Flying"
Sold for $2,486

 Original Charles Schulz "Peanuts"
Sunday Page, dated 2/9/64
Sold for $24,860

About Philip Weiss Auctions

For 25 years, Philip Weiss Auctions has grown into one of the premier Collectibles and Estate Auction Houses. We treat our customers respectfully and treat all our consignors with prompt attention and timely payments. Our consignment terms are considered to be the most reasonable in the industry, and we never charge added fees or hidden costs to our consignors. We hold worlds records in almost every area in the collectibles field, yet we do not hesitate to handle moderate to lower end items as well.
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Upcoming Auctions (Highlights & Images)

  • All Fresh to the Market Material including Paintings, Pottery, Porcelain, Etc. Wonderful Lithograph by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec titled "Woman Combing Hair", Original Paul De Longpre Watercolor of Roses & Bumblebee, signed and dated 1907, Incredible Pop Art Triptych Painting by Michael Scoggins (9 feet  x 6 feet 8 inches), Mark Kostabi Archive including Unfinished Work on Canvas, Collection of Hand Colored Plates, Transparencies, Signed Books, Slides, and More, Harold Speed Oil on Canvas, Edward King Horse Racing Watercolor, Edmond Marie Petitjean Oil on Canvas, Frederic Schiller Cozzens Watercolor on Board of Yacht Race, Benjamin Wilson Portrait Painting, Large Watercolor by Carl Dotzler, Oil & Watercolor Painting by Jean Dubuffet, (3) Oil on Canvas Paintings by Zygmund Jankowski, James McIntosh Patrick Oil on Canvas, George Herbert McCord Oil on Canvas, Collection of Maxfield Parrish Lithographs, and More. Large Collection of Royal Doulton Figurines, Paperweights, Hummels, Lladro's, and more. Collection of Etchings including Luigi Lucioni, Morris Henry Hobbs, W.B. Eberhard Eggers, Gordon Grant, and others. Wondergulf Gilt Porcelain Tureen & Underplate by Tiffany & Co, France, Bronzes, and Much More. Also included will be Jewelry items on behalf of the New York County Public Administrator including a 3.36ct Diamond, 14kt Gold Elgin Art Nouveau Pocket Watch, Gold & Silver Mixed Lots, Silver Lots, and More. Please continue to check our website for updates and photos. 
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  • Philip Weiss Auctions is Proud to Announce the Western Massachusetts Find... A Collection of Golden and Silver Age Comic Books to be offered in a series of Sales. This first sale will feature Adventure Comics highlighted by a VF Copy of #40 First Appearance of Sandman, #41 VF, #42 VF-, #48 VG, #40-71 Complete Run, #’s 74-80 Complete, and More. Also featured will be a Batman #1 (covers restored, interior untouched). Future Sales will include Detective Comics #29 & Up Near Complete, Action #18 & Up Near Complete, Star Spangled Complete, All Star #19 & Up, Superman #25 & Up, All American #1 & Up, Flash & All Flash Complete, Comic Cavalcade Complete, World's Finest Complete, Green Lantern #2 & Up, Pulp Cover Art Painting by Robert George Harris most likely for Wild West Weekly, circa 1923, and Much More.

    This Sale will also be a Major Sports & Non Sports Card Event with Several Collections of Cards Ranging from the 1930's - 60's. Included will be Near Complete Play Ball Sets, High Grade Topps 1950/60's Stars, 1933 Goudey Lou Gehrig, 1948/49 Leaf Ted Williams & Joe DiMaggio, 1955 Topps Hank Aaron, Kashin Babe Ruth & Lou Gehrig, and Much More including Basketball & Football Cards. Also included to be Sold as One Massive Lot, Approx. 500,000 Baseball Cards Ranging from 1980-1993 with Many Stars, 1935 R48 Gum Film Funnies Complete Set PSA Graded, 1938 R1 Goudey Action Gum Complete Set PSA Graded, 1933 R26 Goudey Boy Scouts Complete Set PSA Graded (#1 Current & All Time Finest Graded Set on the PSA Registry). There will also be Signed Baseballs, Bats, Prints, Lithos, Rare 1940 Babe Ruth Managers Jacket from Esquire Sponsored All Star Game, Original Chicago Cubs "Bear Cub" Mascot Collar Presented to the Cubs in 1916 by J. Ogden Armour. This Collar was Worn by the Cubs Mascot During the First Ever National League Game at Wrigley Field on April 20th, 1916, and Much More. 
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  • We are Excited to Offer "En Bloc" as One Unit, a Single Owner Postcard Collection of Great Importance including 1000’s of Postcards with a Tremendous Strength in Tuck Complete Sets, Artist Signed Cards, Fabulous Collection of Exposition and Fairs, and a Tremendous Selection of Halloween Postcards. This Collection would make an Instant Online Business for Anyone or be the Foundation of a Dealers Show Stock. Absolutely the Best Collection we have had the Opportunity to Offer. Prospective Bidders Should take the Time to Come View this Collection. Fabulous Single Owner Germany Stamp Collection, Two Pieces of Incredible Proof Currency including Fourth Issue 25 Cent Face Proof Fractional, and Fr. 465 Original $1000 Face Proof Charter #290 National Bank Note. Stamps to Feature Many Estate Collections with Better Country Collections Intact, Canadian High Value Jubilee, RW#4, RW#10, RW#11 Plate Blocks of 6, Early Covers, US #6 on Cover with Certificate, Zeppelin Covers, Coins including Antique, Gold, Silver, Proof Sets, and Much More. Visit Our Website for More Details.
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  • Philip Weiss Auctions is Proud to Present a Spectacular Toy, Train, Mechanical Bank, and Toy Soldier Auction. We will Feature the "Teddy Schapiro”  Comic Character Toy Collection, a True "Closet" Collection Featuring 1930-40's Disney Toys including Rambling Mickey Wind Up, Mickey Carousel in Box, Steiff Mickey & Minnie Dolls, Popeye Toys including Punching Popeye, Popeye Airplane, Superman Toys, Felix the Cat, Charlie Chaplin, Collection of Comic Character Watches, Etc. We are also including in this sale a Single Owner Collection of Mechanical Banks, another so called “Closet” Collection Housed on Shelves in a Long Island Home for 40 Years. This Collection includes Higher Grade Examples of Some Tough to Find Banks including Horse Race Bank, Jonah and the Whale, Kiltie Bank, Lion and the Monkeys, Eagle and Eaglettes, Big Chief Moon, Speaking Dog, Boy on Trapeze, and More. This sale will also Feature a Tremendous Assortment of Die Cast Vehicles including Boxed Dinky’s, Corgi’s, Matchbox, Early Tootsie Toys, and More. Toy Soldiers include a Large Selection of Britain Boxed Sets and other Makers. Trains including another Selection of European Trains from the Finger Lakes Collection. This Sale Should Not be Missed. Consignments are Still Being Accepted, Please Contact Us Today!!
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Viewing Dates and Times:

(Weekend Viewing is Available by Appointment, Please Contact Us)

April 27th Sale:

Wed 4/23, 12pm-5pm
Thurs 4/24, 12pm-8pm
Fri 4/25, 12pm-8pm
Sat 4/26 10am-2pm
Sun 4/27, 8:30am-Until Start of Sale

May 10th Sale:

Wed 5/7, 12pm-5pm
Thurs 5/8, 12pm-8pm
Fri 5/9, 12pm-8pm
Sat 5/10, 8:30am-Until Start of Sale

May 29th Sale:

Mon 5/26, 12pm-5pm
Tues 5/27, 12pm-8pm
Wed 5/28, 12pm-8pm
Thurs 5/29, 10am-Until Start of Sale


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