Top 5 Captain America and Marvel Memorabilia Ever Sold

MAY 05, 2016

First known as Timely Publications when it launched in 1939, Marvel Comics has captured the imagination of generations with iconic characters, socially conscious story lines and, most recently, innovative films. Anticipating the latest adventure of Marvel’s mainstay in Captain America: Civil War—opening May 6 and starring Jeremy Renner, who graces the cover of Robb Report’s May issue—RobbReport.com presents the Top 5 Captain America and Marvel memorabilia ever sold (compiled by justcollecting.com)—comic-based collectibles that went for serious money through the Profiles in History auction house. 

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