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March Entertainment & Music Memorabilia Auction Preview

A Marlon Brando Golden Globe Award for On The Waterfront
Our March auction will feature fantastic lots that have never before been seen from:
Marilyn Monroe Rare Black and White Cheesecake Photograph, Circa 1949
There will also be many lots of extremely rare black and white photographs of a very young Marilyn Monroe right as she was becoming a household name, a Beatles signed "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" album, a Beatles rare 45 record of their early single 'My Bonnie,' a John Lennon and George Harrison-signed American Express credit card application form from 1969, an Elvis Presley Army shirt he wore while stationed in Germany, a photograph signed by all members of Led Zeppelin, and Property from the Estate of Stevens Weiss, attorney to Jimi Hendrix and Led Zeppelin, among countless other treasures related to the Golden Era of Hollywood and the heyday of Rock-n-Roll.

We hope you'll participate in this exciting auction! Online Bidding Begins March 16 at HA.com/7074.

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Original Disney, Looney Tunes, Peanuts, Simpsons And More Iin Our Inaugural Animation Art Auction

'Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs' The Evil Queen and the Old Hag Production Cel with Courvoisier Background (Walt Disney, 1937)Heritage Auctions will hold its inaugural Animation Art Signature® Auction Feb. 21, signaling a major step into the category from the world's third largest auction house. The auction is deep in prime examples of animation art from a wide variety of subjects, including key animation cels from Disney, Warner Brothers, Hannah Barbera, Peanuts, Simpsons, Sponge Bob Squarepants and many other titles from across the spectrum of animation.

"This auction serves as nothing less than a complete survey of the history of animation art from its inception in the 1930s through the turn of the millennium," said Jim Lentz, Director of Animation Art at Heritage. "Fans of the classics will have choices from Disney to Warner Brothers and everything in-between, while modern collectors will find pop culture classics from the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s. This is a tremendous opportunity for smart collectors to get in on the ground floor of a resurgence of the category."

Animation art saw a surge in popularity and prices in the 1980s and 1990s before summarily dropping off the radar of major collectors. In that time, however, the landscape of animation and collecting has changed in radical ways.

"Around the turn of the millennium animation became almost completely digital," said Lentz. "Hand-drawn and colored art became the exception, not the rule. In the meantime, an entirely new generation of collectors has grown up and come into the means to buy what they want, and what they want is nostalgia for their youth; specifically for the beloved cartoons they spent their Saturdays and weekdays after school with. The result is the revival we're seeing now."

'Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs' Snow White and the Old Hag Production Cel Set-Up (Walt Disney Studios, 1937)No conversation on animation art can be had with talking about Disney, and the legacy of the great studio is very much in evidence in the auction with several pieces representing the best the name has to offer, including a pair of original, one-of-a-kind hand-inked and hand-painted production cels of the Evil Queen from "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs," along with another cel showing the Queen with an image of herself as the Old Hag. All told, this auction has one of the largest assortments of original artwork from "Snow White" ever offered, which includes — besides the cel art — original drawings, concept art, model sheet and in-studio gags.

'Lady and the Tramp' Three-Cel Set-Up With Disney Oil-Painted Art Props Background (Walt Disney, 1955)More Disney highlights include an original black and white production cel of Mickey Mouse from the 1934 Disney short "Traffic Troubles," one of roughly less than 50 black and white Mickey production cels known to exist, and an original production cel set up of one of the most memorable scenes in Disney history, the Belle Notte scene from 1955's "Lady and the Tramp," where the pair are pictured famously eating spaghetti and original concept artwork by legendary Disney Artists Eyvind Earle and Mary Blair.

Chuck Jones Early Wile E. Coyote Concept Sketch (Warner Brothers, 1950s)From the Chuck Jones Archives, consigned by the Jones family, one of the very early developmental sketches that legendary animator Chuck Jones made of Wile E. Coyote, dating back to within a few years of the character's creation, leads a 30+ piece grouping — with more than 20 pieces that come directly from the hand of Chuck Jones himself — marking the first time since the 1990s that the family has released any "new" work, with none of the pieces in the trove ever having been offered at public auction.

More Looney Tunes greatness is represented in the earliest known artwork to come from the hand of legendary director Robert McKimson, including a beautiful pen and ink drawing for the cover of "Mousetales," a proposed children's book written by his mother. The artwork is illustrated on page 21 of the new coffee table book by Robert McKimson Jr. "I say I say... Son!," a tribute to animators Robert, Chuck and Tom McKimson.

'The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show' Production Cel and Drawing Group (Lee Mendelson/CBS, 1983)Gen-Xers are sure to be keen to get a look at an original hand-painted production cel from the 1983 Saturday morning Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show on CBS depicting Snoopy as the World War I Flying Ace, hiding behind enemy lines to avoid a tank, just one of several Peanuts cels in the auction.

Fans of The Jackson Five will thrill to the inclusion of a significant grouping of original production cels from the short-lived ABC cartoon "The Jackson Five," including one spectacular cel from the opening credits depicting all Jackson Five members — Jackie, Marlon, Tito, Jermaine and Michael.

'The Simpsons' Bart and Homer Production Cel with Background From First Episode of First Season (Fox, 1990)Few cartoons in the history of animation are as influential as The Simpsons and original hand-painted production cels from the early run of the show are highly coveted by fans and collectors alike. The auction boasts several important first season cels, including a spectacular cel of Homer and Bart on a cel key master background from the first episode of the show, "Bart the Genius," which ran on Jan, 21, 1990.

'The Jetsons' Publicity Cel (Hanna-Barbera, 1985)The Jetson's is one of the most popular "prime time" cartoons in history and the show is represented in the auction by a fantastic cel, depicting all the characters and signed by the actors who gave them voice when the final episode was recorded, capturing a distinct moment in animation history: George O'Hanlon (George) Penny Singleton (Jane), Daws Butler (Elroy), Janet Waldo (Judy), Don Messick (Astro) Jean Vander Pyl (Rosie the Robot), Mel Blanc (Mr. Spacely) and Frank Welker (Orbity).

'SpongeBob SquarePants' Production Cel (Nickelodeon, 1999)The art of Nickelodeon is quite popular when it comes available and this auction boasts several prime examples from the groundbreaking, and still wildly popular, SpongeBob Squarepants, all with the original background art. It is important to note that SpongeBob was only drawn by hand in the first season of the show; after that point all the shows were done digitally, making these cels even more desirable to modern collectors.

The Art and Making of Toy Story - Signed, Limited, First Edition, with Sketch (Hyperion Press, 1995)While Pixar, and its signature "Toy Story" films are important specifically because they were done in full digital animation, a first edition copy of the book "The Art of Toy Story" signed by many of the artists who worked on the film — as well as Don Rickles and singer Randy Newman — is sure to draw collector attention. The highlight of the lot, however, is a drawing by Pixar President John Lassetter depicting Buzz Lightyear and Woody with the words "To Infinity and Beyond."

One of the most intriguing offerings in the auction will be two of the original 1960s maquettes used to create the "Pirates of the Caribbean" ride at Disneyland in Anaheim, CA, few of which — if any — have ever shown up for public sale. The ride subsequently spawned one of the most popular and influential franchises in Disney — and Pop Culture — history, leading to rides at most all of Disney's global them parks and giving birth to the wildly successful movie franchise starring Johnny Depp as Captain Jack Sparrow.

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Heritage Guitar Auction Changes

In our never-ending effort to bring the finest musical instruments to market, Heritage Vintage Guitars has decided to shift our focus toward making our Signature Auctions even better! As such, will no longer be holding our weekly auctions.

In lieu of the weekly Internet auctions, we will be bolstering our Vintage Guitars and Musical Instruments Signature Auctions. While the weekly venue has been very successful, we want to bridge the gap between the novice collector and seasoned aficionado by offering more entry level collectible instruments in our Signature Auction sessions and catalogs. This combination will allow collectors and dealers a chance to get their hands on new material that is rapidly appreciating in value. It will also allow us the opportunity to broaden the scope and scale of what we are able to offer at auction for you. We are confident this change will have a positive impact on the current consignors as well as generating many new potential bidders and consignors. We're very excited about this new opportunity, and know that you will be too!

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Bugs Bunny, Road Runner, Daffy Duck and Wile E. Coyote Highlight original Chuck Jones Animation Art
Chuck Jones Early Wile E. Coyote Concept Sketch (Warner Brothers, 1950s)
One of the very early developmental sketches that legendary animator Chuck Jones made of Wile E. Coyote, dating back to within a few years of the character's creation, is expected to bring $10,000+ as the lead lot of offerings from The Chuck Jones Archives, part of Heritage Auctions' inaugural Animation Art Signature® Auction, Feb. 21, at the Fletcher-Sinclair Mansion (Ukrainian Institute of America), 2 East 79th Street (at 5th Avenue).

The 30+ piece grouping — with more than 20 pieces that come directly from the hand of Chuck Jones himself — has been consigned by Jones' family, the first time since the 1990s that the family has released any "new" work. This is the first time that the pieces in the trove have ever been offered at public auction.

"There are few modern animators more famous, more popular or more influential than the late great Chuck Jones," said Jim Lentz, Director of Animation Art at Heritage, "and this Wile E. Coyote drawing is one of the most important pieces of Chuck Jones artwork to ever be offered. While we can all look at this spectacular piece and see the character we all love so well, Jones did it as he was figuring out just who Wile E. Coyote was and what he looked like."

'How the Grinch Stole Christmas' Chuck Jones Signed Grinch Production Cel (Chuck Jones, 1966)
The Chuck Jones Archives cut a broad swathe across the storied career of this most important of American animators, touching on most every major character that he helped place in the American popular imagination: Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Elmer Fudd, Marvin Martian, Michigan J. Frog, Sylvester the Cat and many more. It also includes samples of his work with Dr. Seuss on "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" and "Horton Hears a Who," his work at MGM on Tom and Jerry and his Academy Award-winning short "The Dot and the Line."

Importantly, too, the trove highlights some of the lesser explored corners of Jones' career, including comic strips, one-off animation specials and fine art paintings and drawings, showcasing the tremendous talent he possessed that transcended his sublime cartoon work. Within this section of the grouping are character studies and portraits, all done by Jones himself, in mediums ranging from pencil and watercolor to charcoal and mixed media, and all with estimates ranging from $2,500+ to $10,000+.

One of the most interesting wrinkles in Jones' career was a short-lived daily comic strip title "Crawford," which is represented in the auction with an original "Crawford" daily from May 2, 1978. It is expected to bring $5,000+.

"'Crawford' was introduced to the New York Times-Chicago Tribune syndicate on Jan.9, 1978," said Lentz. "Few of his hand drawn 'Crawford's' have ever come to market. The history of the ill-fated strip was detailed in the coffee table book 'Chuck Jones – The Dream That Never Was,' where this actual strip can be seen on page 173."

Chuck Jones Pepe Le Pew Original Signed Watercolor Painting (Warner Brothers, undated)
A rare Jones original watercolor painting of Pepe LePew not only presents the character in a decidedly fragrant light, contrary to his foibles in the cartoon, but also showcases the artist's deep talent, seamlessly blending color, line and subject into a charming and transcendent painting. It is estimated at $20,000+.

Of all the classic cartoons that Jones directed, it's hard to imagine a more significant short than 1957's "What's Opera Doc," voted the number one cartoon of all-time in Jerry Beck's 1994 book "The 50 Greatest Cartoons." The classic is represented in the auction by an exceedingly rare original production layout drawing of Elmer Fudd, in full Viking regalia, estimated at $5,000+.

The legions of Bugs Bunny fans will find a tremendous amount to celebrate in the grouping, with numerous drawings and animation cels representing the famous rabbit, one of the most popular of which is sure to be an original hand-painted gag cel drawn by Jones showing Daffy Duck as a magician pulling Bugs out of his hat. The drawing, which is expected to bring $4,000+, will be featured in the upcoming 2013 book "Chuck Jones: Drawing on Character – 100 Classic Drawings by an American Icon."

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  Employment Opportunities

As the fastest growing American-based auction house, financially rock-solid Heritage Auctions continues to grow and seek the best talent in the industry. If you are a specialist or have strong general collectibles knowledge, we want to hear from you. These specialists will, in some cases, head new departments and in others will enhance existing department expertise. We have positions open at our headquarters in Dallas as well as at our new state-of-the-art galleries in prime locations in both Midtown Manhattan and Beverly Hills.

Heritage is seeking to hire the world's best specialists in the following categories:

  • 20th Century Design Specialist: Beverly Hills, New York
  • Asian Art Specialist: Beverly Hills
  • Coin Buyer: San Francisco
  • European Art Specialist: New York
  • European Comic Art Specialist: Dallas, Paris
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  • Modern & Contemporary Art Specialist: Beverly Hills, New York
  • Timepiece Specialist: Beverly Hills, New York
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If you are interested and feel you have the qualifications we seek, please email your resume and salary history to Experts@HA.com.

We are also seeking to fill the following corporate positions:

  • Client Services Representative: Dallas
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If you are interested in applying for one of these Corporate positions, please apply here.

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  Is It Time To Sell?

To consign material to a future auction, please contact Margaret Barrett for entertainment memorabilia at 1-800-872-6467, ext. 1912 or email MargaretB@HA.com, or Garry Shrum for music at 1-800-872-6467, ext. 1585 or email GarryS@HA.com today.

Make your early-bird consignments now. With over 750,000 registered, active, online bidders, your items have a great chance to do fantastic. After all, that is the bottom line. Consign now for advance publicity. Join the party and let Heritage Auctions get the most for you. You only sell your collection once. Make it count at Heritage Auctions!

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Historic Miracle On Ice Artifacts, Schilling Bloody Sock Highlight Platinum Night Sports Auction

1980 Mike Eruzione 'The Miracle on Ice' Game Worn USA Olympic Hockey JerseyMike Eruzione, the leader of the scrappy band of amateur American hockey players that upset the seemingly invincible Soviet Union team at the 1980 Lake Placid Winter Olympics, is putting his keepsakes from the fabled "Miracle on Ice" on the auction block, the anchor collection of Heritage Auctions "Platinum Night" event, now open for bidding at HA.com/Sports. The auction will conclude with live bidding on Saturday, Feb. 23 at the Fletcher-Sinclair Mansion (Ukrainian Institute of America) at 2 East. 79th Street (at 5th Ave).

"Widely considered the greatest moment in American sports history, the 'Miracle on Ice' victory over a Russian team that had dominated international competition for decades came during a particularly tense period of the Cold War," said Chris Ivy, Director of Sports Auctions at Heritage, "just months before President Jimmy Carter announced a boycott of the 1980 Summer Games in Moscow. The positioning of the victory in the greater historical context only served to amplify the patriotic response to the 'Miracle.'"

1980 Mike Eruzione Gold Medal Ceremony Worn USA Olympic Team SweatsuitWorld record prices are anticipated as Eruzione's jersey, stick, gloves and pants worn in the February 22, 1980, upset are sold without reserve. Also on the auction block are Eruzione's jersey from the subsequent Gold Medal game victory over Finland and the warm-up suit he wore during the memorable medal presentation ceremony when he famously called his entire team up to the podium to share the moment.

'The Bloody Sock' Worn by Curt Schilling in Game Two of the 2004 World SeriesThe theme of improbable, glorious victory is continued with perhaps the most famous baseball relic of the twenty-first century, the Bloody Sock worn by pitcher Curt Schilling in Game two of the 2004 World Series as he led the Boston Red Sox to the franchise's first championship in 86 years, finally exorcising "The Curse of the Bambino."

A key relic from the beginning of the "Curse" shares space within the Platinum Night auction, two checks made payable to former Red Sox owner Harry Frazee by the New York Yankees franchise for the purchase of a young slugger named Babe Ruth, a transaction that was believed by many to doom the Boston club to decades of failure.

The Ruth checks represent one of several lots that shaped the future of New York City baseball, joined by the 1949 signing bonus check made payable to a 17-year old Mickey Mantle upon the finalization of his New York Yankees contract. Also up for bidding is the silver Tiffany baseball presented to Mayor Robert Wagner in gratitude for his efforts in securing new stadium funding necessary to bring a new National League franchise, the Mets, to New York City.

Early to Mid-1930's Lou Gehrig Game Worn New York Yankees CapOther noteworthy Big Apple offerings include a jersey and cap worn by Hall of Fame first baseman Lou Gehrig, the Louisville Slugger used by Mickey Mantle in his final career at-bat, and the jersey Yankees outfielder Chris Chambliss was wearing when he clubbed his dramatic walk-off home run to win the 1976 American League pennant.

The daughter and grandson of Hall of Fame pitcher Walter Johnson, who is second only to Cy Young in career victories with 417, supply the auction with a selection of artifacts from the career of the iconic "Big Train," including his retirement paperwork and his personal Hall of Fame plaque presented to him as a member of the inaugural induction class of 1939. Also offered is a 1927 handwritten letter from Cy Young and one to Walter Johnson from President Franklin D. Roosevelt.

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Very Important Classic Stamps At Auction Feb. 23-24

Daniel F. Kelleher, America's Oldest Stamp Auction Firm, will conduct A Major Philatelic Public Auction in conjunction with Heritage Auctions on Feb. 23-24 the Fletcher-Sinclair Mansion, 2 East 79th Street (at 5th Avenue) New York, NY.

The highlights:

  • The late coin dealer Robert R. Johnson's fabulous "Gold Rush" collection of America's 1847 First Issue stamps highlights the Kelleher Auction. One of the most important collections of its kind ever assembled; full of great rarities including the earliest known on-cover foreign usage of the 5-cent issue.

  • The huge high dollar value Weston Collection featuring every major early 20th century (pre-1940) U.S. rare stamp (including the famous "Orangeburg Coil"), many hardly ever seen in the marketplace.

  • Full of rarities, the giant Towson Collection of Great Britain and British Empire stamps and other major material from Europe, the Middle East, Independent countries of Asia and Africa, Scandinavia, South America and worldwide. A jumbo collection encompassing over 100 large albums dating back to the 1950s!

Session 1: The 'Weston' Collection of U.S. Stamps Session 2: The 'Gold Rush' Collection of the U.S. 1847 Issue

Session 3: The 'Towson' Collection of Worldwide Stamps Session 4: The Robert R. Johnson Stock and Other Worldwide Properties

The complete full-color catalog for this significant public auction is available. Contact the Kelleher firm at 203.297.6056 or at info@KelleherAuctions.com. View the full-color online catalog and bid in this sale at www.KelleherAuctions.com.

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Iconic Watchmen #1 cover art in Heritage Auctions Comics & Comic Art event in NYC

Dave Gibbons Historic Watchmen #1 'Bloody Smiley Face/Doomsday Clock' Cover Original Art (DC, 1986)
The original cover art for Watchmen #1 — the issue that began the most influential graphic novel series of the 1980s — is expected to bring $100,000+ as part of Heritage Auctions' Comics & Comic Art Signature® Auction Feb. 21-22 in New York. The cover art for issues #2 and #3, along with a color cover guide for issue #1, are also featured in the grouping, which comes to auction from The Shamus Modern Masterworks Collection.

The auction at Heritage will mark the beginning of the sale of all 12 covers from the series in calendar year 2013, with original cover art for issues #4, #5, and #6 in May, #7, #8, #9 in August and #10, #11, and #12 in November.

The 12-issue series by writer Alan Moore and artist Dave Gibbons was originally published by DC Comics in 1986-87 and revolutionized the medium of comics with its intricate re-examination and deconstruction of the entire concept of the superhero.

Dave Gibbons Watchmen #2 'Cemetery' Cover Original Art (DC, 1986)"This artwork represents some of the absolute best from not only the period, but from all of comics' history," said Steve Borock, Senior Consignment Director, Heritage Auctions. "To be entrusted by the Shamus family to bring the covers to auction is something we're incredibly excited about and we take the honor very seriously."

"The impact Watchmen had on the history of comics cannot be overstated," said Todd Hignite, Vice President and Comic Art expert at Heritage. "Gibbons' artwork for the series is as groundbreaking as Moore's narrative, unprecedented in its seamless use of symbolism, sophisticated layouts, and pacing for brilliantly dramatic effect."

Cover art from the Watchmen series also functioned as the first panel of each chapter, surpassing the artistic expectations of a typical comic book. As a result, Watchmen has come to represent the graphic novel's highest achievement and stands as a touchstone for generations of readers as well as comic writers and artists.

Dave Gibbons Watchmen #3 'Trefoil Fallout Shelter Symbol' Cover Original Art (DC, 1986)Time magazine included the series in its list of the top 100 English-language novels published from 1923 to the present and described it as "a landmark in the graphic novel medium" and a "masterpiece." The series was adapted into a major feature film in 2009.

The three covers to cross the block in New York feature some of the most iconic art from the series:

Cover art for Watchmen #1 is Gibbons' opening shot of a bloody badge, worn by Edward Blake, The Comedian, which also doubled as Moore's "smiley face/doomsday clock" symbolism following Blake's murder, which is the catalyst for the entire story. The cover is widely considered one of the most important covers in comics history and is instantly associated with the Watchmen series.

Cover art for Watchmen #2 focuses on the Blake's burial and a series of flashbacks to advance Moore's, tale which deconstructs the traditional superhero mythos in concert with Gibbons' moody and somber art.

Cover art for Watchmen #3 shows Gibbons' evocative and ominous Fallout Shelter trefoil symbol, representing the rising fear of nuclear war while the nation's "heroes" get mired in their own complex relationships, including the imminent exile of Doctor Manhattan, one of the most intriguing comic book heroes ever introduced to readers.

John Higgins Watchmen #1 'Blooded Smiley Face/Doomsday Clock' Cover Color Guide Original Art (DC, 1986)The auction also will feature colorist John Higgins' Watchmen #1 cover color guide original art used during the series' production. The blue line production art was selected for the original color version of the cover.

All four landmark Watchmen works come from the Shamus Modern Masterwork Collection, which has set a number of records in the last year, notably with the sale of Todd McFarlane's cover art from Amazing Spider-Man #328 for $657,250 in August of 2012, the highest price ever paid for a piece of American comic artwork.

In addition to the Watchmen works, Heritage's Feb. 21-22 Comics & Comic Art Signature® Auction also features John Romita Sr.'s historic The Night Gwen Stacy Died original cover art from The Amazing Spider-Man #121 and a rare Calvin and Hobbes daily comic strip by Bill Watterson.

More information about Comic auctions.

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2013 February 21 & 23 Animation Art Signature Auction - New York #7052 2013 February 21 & 23 Animation Art Signature Auction - New York #7052
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2013 February 23-24 Platinum Night Sports Auction - New York #7070 2013 February 23-24 Platinum Night Sports Auction - New York #7070
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2013 February 23-24 Estate Auction - Dallas #5129 2013 February 23-24 Estate Auction - Dallas #5129
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