Tintin in America cover beats its own record as the most expensive original comics art in the world


Tintin has a strong fan following that spans decades. Recently, a cover of the 1932 comic Tintin in America by Belgian artist Herge earned a massive $1.6 million under Paris’s hammer. With this sale by Artcurial, the art has become the most expensive original comic book art. Earlier the same cover fetched $973,000 in 2008. Only five covers of this kind are currently in existence, of which private collectors own two.


Other noteworthy Tintin art to be sold includes a copy of Explorers on the Moon signed by Herge, astronauts Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, and Michael Collins that earned $42,000.
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