Value of Original Bill Everett Art

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Bill Everett art price guide

Silver Age comic book artist Bill Everett has commanded some very high prices.

Facts About Original Bill Everett Comic Art

Record Sale for Artwork:
$288,000 Daredevil #1 Page 2


Official Website:
https://www.marvel.com/comics/creators/297/bill_everett

Key Comic Book Issues:

  • Strange Tales #150
  • Tales to Astonish #89
  • The Sub-Mariner #1
  • Daredevil #1
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How Much is Bill Everett Artwork Worth?

Four to five figures usually, with exceptional pieces fetching much more.

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Prices For Bill Everett Art

Daredevil #1 Page 2 sold for $288,000
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Daredevil #1 Page 3 sold for $11,500
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Daredevil #1 Page 6 sold for $26,290
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Daredevil #1 Page 13 sold for $9,200
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Daredevil #1 Page 20 sold for $10,350
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Marvel Comics #1 Page 12 sold for $85,250
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Navy Tales #1 Cover Art sold for $7,750
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Strange Tales #149 Page 6 sold for $9,000
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Strange Tales #150 Page 4 sold for $7,770
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Strange Tales #150 Page 6 sold for $8,365
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Strange Tales #151 Page 2 sold for $8,960
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Strange Tales #151 Page 7 sold for $12,000
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Strange Tales #151 Splash Page 1 sold for $15,600
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Strange Tales #152 Cover Art sold for $71,700
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Strange Tales #152 Complete 10-Page Story sold for $78,000
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The Sub-Mariner #50 Page 2 sold for $9,000
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The Sub-Mariner #51 Page 8 sold for $8,440
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The Sub-Mariner #51 Page 16 sold for $7,170
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The Sub-Mariner #54 Page 2 sold for $16,200
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The Sub-Mariner #55 Page 5 sold for $10,800
Bill Everett

The Sub-Mariner #55 Page 14 sold for $8,700
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Tales to Astonish #89 Page 3 sold for $10,200
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Tales to Astonish #91 Page 5 sold for $8,960
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Tales to Astonish #96 Page 5 sold for $7,500
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Tales to Astonish #96 Splash Page 1 sold for $15,600
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History of Bill Everett in Comic Book Art

Bill Everett began freelancing for Centaur Publications in the late 1930s, writing, inking and pencilling. He co-created his first superhero with art director Lloyd Jacquet while at Centaur called, Amazing-Man. Everett also drew the first five issue of the series.

Everett took full-time employment shortly thereafter with Funnies Inc. While working for Funnies Inc. Everett created the superhero the Sub-Mariner and gave it to Martin Goodman, a pulp magazine publisher who put the eight-page story in Marvel Comics #1 in 1939.

Goodman later changed the name of his company to Timely Comics, which would eventually come to be known as Marvel Comics. The Sub-Mariner was immensely popular and became one of Marvel's top three characters, along with The Human Torch and Captain America.

Eventually the character got their own title with Everett drawing the series 32-issue run from 1941-1949.

Everett also produced stories for other Timely series like The Human Torch, Marvel Mystery Comics and Blonde Phantom Comics.

By the Silver Age of comics, Timely had now become known as Marvel Comics and under the new name, Everett, along with writer-editor Stan Lee, co-created the superhero Daredevil in 1964.

Everett also pencilled for series like The Incredible Hulk, Tales to Astonish, Doctor Strange and Strange Tales and regularly contributed cover art for many other Marvel titles such as Iron Man, Journey into Mystery, Lorna, the Jungle Girl, Adventures into Mystery, Astonishing Tales, Navy Combat, World of Fantasy and X-Men. 


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