Bonus post: Hake’s Auction #209 spotlight

Once again, Hake’s Americana and Collectibles has managed to top itself with its latest auction (#209) filled with a number of rare and amazing antiques and collectibles, including a jam packed Superman category.

Here are some of my favorite items that I’m not bidding on… yet:


Bradley Superman Wrist Watch from 1966, still in the original package. Learn more…


Supermen of America patch from the early 1940s. Learn more…



Hardcover treasury edition of Action Comics #1, signed by Superman creators Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, as well as Sheldon Moldoff, Fred Guardineer, and Vincent Sullivan. Learn more…


Fleer Justice League of America Gum and Tattoos and Topps Comic Book Tattoos from the 1960s. Learn more…


Superman #15 in CGC 6.5 condition. Learn more…


Randy Bowen Superman “Seinfeld” statue. Learn more…

And, if I could have one Superman item from this auction:


Super-rare Superman bronze statue. Even as the most expensive Superman item in this auction, it might be the biggest bargain. Learn more…

I’m barely scratching the surface on the thousands of great items Hake’s is auctioning this time around. So much stuff in so many categories from a variety of different time periods… there’s something for every kind of collector. It’s hard to pick what to bid on! These items begin to close on Thursday, July 25. Unlike eBay, bids extend the auction close, so there’s no such thing as sniping and there’s no reason to wait until the last minute to bid.

Good luck if you bid!

One thought on “Bonus post: Hake’s Auction #209 spotlight

  1. Big Superman collector from a child in the 1950’s. George Reeves will always be my Superman.
    It took me years and years but I own the original Superman #1, 2,3, 4,and up into the teens. and my crown jewel of my collection Action Comics #1 graded by ccg. yes I am one happy guy.

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