From Tintin to Michel Vaillant: Comic fever at Artcurial
Of course, it isn’t any old Tintin book, but rather a 1960 edition of ‘Tintin in Tibet’ signed by Hergé and numbered as the sixth of 100 printed – complete with a red imitation leather box. Or perhaps a 1930s black and white edition of ‘Au Pays Des Soviets’ (estimated at €9,000 – 12,000) is more to your taste? Those with a lower budget are also well catered-for, with a wide selection of Tintin figurines carrying estimates of a few hundred euros each.
Elsewhere in the catalogue, there’s a selection of erotic sketches from the likes of Roberto Baldazzini, as well as some early editions of racing comic Michel Vaillant.