The 1966 cover of Spider-man #43, drawn by John Romita Sr set an auction record, selling for $101,700 at a multi-estate sale held October 20–21 by Philip Weiss Auctions.
It was a new auction record for original artwork from the Spiderman comic books. It was also one of dozens of lots that were sold from the estate of Marvin Channing, the noted comic book storywriter. The original cover art, Sunday pages and comic books were fresh to the market, having been in Channing’s possession for more than 40 years.
Original Charles Schulz pages and a Jack Kirby Captain America cover for TALES OF SUSPENSE sold for more than $40k each. Not as much as Audrey Hepburn’s dress, but still pretty pricey. More results in the link.