An interesting speculation from HuffingtonPost about the expected high value of the ‘War of The World’ drawings dating back to the start of the century:
The originals of the illustrations, created by Brazilian artist Henrique Alvim Corrêa, are to be auctioned off in Beverly Hills, Calif. on May 14. But if you’re interested in bidding, get set for some sticker shock; the entire collection, which includes 31 pencil and ink drawings plus a vintage poster and a postcard from Wells to Corrêa, is expected to fetch a staggering $500,000, according to a spokesman for the auction house.
Read the full story at: Huffington Post
Image courtesy of Heritage Auctions