Value of original 'Jane' artworks from late 1950s?

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Shaqui
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Value of original 'Jane' artworks from late 1950s?

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I have made contact with someone who has an original 'Jane' newspaper strip artwork, signed by 'Hubbard', from 1958, and they want to know how valuable it is with regard to possible selling. I took a photo (not under the best conditions) to show potential buyers, and I have been advised by email a couple more exist.

Can anyone here advise please?

[img:737:266]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v464/ ... rdJane.jpg[/img]

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Can't help with the value I am afraid. I wish there were more collections of 'Jane' material avaliable though.

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You could try the book palace or silver acre for a price.

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Value of original 'Jane' artworks from late 1950s?

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I can't help with the value either, but the artist would be Michael Hubbard who later went on to draw Jane Bond for the girls' weekly Tina (subsequently Princess Tina).

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David McDonald wrote:You could try the book palace or silver acre for a price.
I did drop the Book Palace a note (I know Ken there) but haven't received a reply.

Thanks for the heads up on SilverAcre though.

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