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McDonald's Playland Officer Big Mac Slide Design Drawings Original Art Group of 4 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1982-84).... (Total: 4 Original Art)
McDonald's Playland Officer Big Mac Slide Design Drawings Original Art Group of 4 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1982-84). Officer Big Mac was one of the premier McDonaldland characters, having gotten his start in 1970. The four drawings in this lot center around him, or rather his character as it applies to a piece of playground equipment. In this lot is a collection of four technical drawings detailing the design, construction and revision of this McDonald's Playland slide. The first piece is a hand-colored blueprint of the design dated 5/25/83. The colors have been airbrushed and painted in and are incredibly vibrant. The second piece is the original graphite drawing from which the blueprint was created. The third item is comprised of four different views of the slide -- front, side, and two different tops. It is titled "Big Mac Slide Preliminary Revisions as Requested." The fourth includes another four views with detailed inner construction. It is rendered in graphite and dated 1984. The three original drawings are on 24" x 36" Setmakers-branded vellum, and the blueprint is on paper of the same size. The group shows light handling wear and creases; otherwise, condition is Fine.

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McDonald's Playland Birdie the Early Bird Designs Original Art Group of 9 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1982-84).... (Total: 9 Original Art)
McDonald's Playland Birdie the Early Bird Designs Original Art Group of 9 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1982-84). The custom-designed rides in McDonald's Playlands incorporated the McDonaldland characters in all sorts of creative ways. This a collection of technical drawings of proposed rides for these Playlands. In them an assortment of McDonaldland characters are featured, most notable Birdie, the Early Bird who has the distinction of being the first identifiably female McDonaldland character. Included in the nine pieces is a remarkably vibrant hand-colored blueprint of one of the drawings. The other eight are tightly rendered in graphite and include detailed measurements, mechanical suggestions, graphics, and material call-outs. These drawings were submitted purely for consideration on feasibility of engineering and cost which makes them incredibly rare, one-off concept pieces that have been seen by very few. The list of rides and their dates are: Early Bird Helicopter -- colored blue print and drawing (1982), Hamburger Rocker (1982), Fry Guy Rocker (1984), Four Rider Manual Pedal Whirl (1984), Proposed Rocker Units (1984), Preliminary Study for Small Children Whirl (1983), Early Bird Pull Around (1984), and Proposed McDonald's Pull Around (1984). The three original drawings are on 24" x 36" Setmakers-branded vellum and the blueprint is on paper of the same size. The group shows light handling wear and creases; otherwise, condition is Fine.

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McDonaldland Character Sketches Original Art Group of 4 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1980s).... (Total: 4 Original Art)
McDonaldland Character Sketches Original Art Group of 4 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1980s). Ronald McDonald is one of the most recognized characters in the world as are his McDonaldland friends. Here is a group of original graphite character and concept sketches of three of those friends. The first is Officer Big Mac who stands 10" x 5.5". Next is The Professor, measuring 12" x 6". Birdie, the Early Bird is featured in a pair of hand-drawn concept designs for a McDonald's Playland glider, measuring approximately 8" x 10". All are rendered on vellum ranging in size from 12" x 18" to 17" x 14", and all show light handling wear, creases, and minor edge wear. Condition is Very Good.

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Captain Crook Concept/Design Original Art and Print Group of 3 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s-80s).... (Total: 3 Original Art)
Captain Crook Concept/Design Original Art and Print Group of 3 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s-80s). Captain Crook was one of the original McDonaldland characters and, aside from his love of Filet-O-Fish, he was the only one who could interpret what the Hamburglar said. This lot is a pair of original graphite sculpture designs and one sepia print of this enduring character. The drawings were created as proposed concepts for a Captain Crook tabletop statue produced by Setmakers for McDonald's restaurants. The first of the two features the Captain posed, peering through his telescope in a front, side, and rear view. Each of the three images stands 9" tall on a single sheet. The second drawing is similar to the first, but he is posed, with one hand on a ship's wheel, and one foot raised to rest on the gunwale of his boat. The third piece in the lot is a sepia print of the sculpting detail of Captain Crook's head, which sat atop his spiral slide in McDonald's Playlands. The print shows views of the Captain's head from front, side, and back, plus the slide that it sits atop, and has additional design notes added in ink. All three pieces are on 19" x 24" vellum and show handling and edge wear. Condition is Very Good.

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McDonald's Playland Professor Design Drawings Original Art Group of 3 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1970s).... (Total: 3 Original Art)
McDonald's Playland Professor Design Drawings Original Art Group of 3 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1970s). Here is a collection of three original sculpting details for the Professor's head which graced the top of assorted McDonald's Playland slides and rides. The first two designs show a front, side, and rear view of the character wearing a large bowler hat along with design notes and scale measurements. The images measure 11" x 4" each, with an overall measurement of 11.5" x 16", on 19" x 24" vellum. They are dated 1/13/72 and 1/12/72 respectively. The third drawing is a revised version of the first two, now depicting the Professor without a hat. It too features three different views and the images measure 5.5" x 4", each with an overall measurement of 5.5" x 16", on 19" x 24" vellum. This drawing is dated 5/15/73. All three pieces show handling wear, creases, and edge wear; otherwise, condition is Very Good.

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Captain Crook Concept/Design Original Art Group of 3 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1974-75).... (Total: 3 Original Art)
Captain Crook Concept/Design Original Art Group of 3 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1974-75). As he navigated the waterways of McDonaldland, Captain Crook was in search of only one thing -- Filet-O-Fish! Included here are three original graphite renderings of the Captain with two play unit concepts designed to resemble his ship. First is a magnificent full-body image of Captain Crook and his parrot, Matey. The Captain's appearance and dress changed dramatically over the years and this looks to be his final iteration. The art measures 13.5" x 6" on 17" x 14" vellum with "Captain Crook and Parrot" handwritten in the lower right corner. With it are two concept drawings of proposed McDonald's Playland structures based on the Captain's ship. Both measure approximately 8" x 10.5" on 14" x 16" vellum. All pieces show very minor handling wear. Condition is Fine.

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McDonald's Party Room Design Drawings Original Art Group of 3 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1977-82).... (Total: 3 Original Art)
McDonald's Party Room Design Drawings Original Art Group of 3 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1977-82). Since the early 1970s McDonald's has been the place to throw a kid's party. Practically every McDonald's had a party room or section and some of them were themed. These are three different, one-of-a-kind party room design proposals. The first is titled "Party Room Interior" and features both Ronald McDonald and Grimace tabletops as well as a Captain Crook wall mural. The artwork is in ink, measures approximately 18" x 28", and is dated 1982. Drawing two is a pair of images with a decidedly nautical theme including a Captain Crook statue and wall mural, ships plank flooring and roped-wrapped post railings. The artwork is rendered in graphite and marker and measures approximately 20" x 30". Drawing three is designed to resemble a park setting with park bench seating and an Apple Pie Tree in its center. It's rendered in graphite, measures approximately 17" x 21", and is signed by the artist Jim Higuchi. It's labeled "Proposal B" below the artwork and the Setmakers' design slug shows that it was to be called Ronald's Room and created specifically for a store in Jennings, Louisiana on 6/17/77. All three drawings are on 24" x 36" Setmakers-branded vellum and show minor handling wear, creases, and edge wear. Condition is Very Good.

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McDonaldland Trailer Designs Original Art Group of 5 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1972/73).... (Total: 5 Original Art)
McDonaldland Trailer Designs Original Art Group of 5 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1972/73). Welcome to the Grand Opening of your new McDonald's! McDonald's Corporation in Chicago was exploring the idea of a McDonaldland trailer that could be brought to new restaurant openings and provide a stage for Ronald McDonald to appear and entertain. Here is a group concept rendering for such a trailer in thee different sizes. The first is an ink rendering of a "10' Trailer Concept" featuring an Apple Pie Tree in a Hamburger Patch. The art measures 11" x 11.5". The second and third drawings are 15' and 20' trailers respectively and include the addition of characters Mayor McCheese and Officer Big Mac. Artwork for the 15' trailer measures 11" x 14.5" and the 20' trailer 11" x 15.5". All three are on 17" x 22" vellum with quarter-inch masking tape boarders. Two additional pieces are included that show the sides and end view of the 20' design. One of the hand-rendered graphite drawings of these images measures 12.5" x 20.5" on 19" x 24" vellum, and the other, a series of three photocopies of the same images with added detail, applied to a sheet of 21" x 33" vellum. Very Good condition.

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McDonald's Train Car Party Room Interior and Theatronic Display Original Art Group of 2 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. ... (Total: 2 Original Art)
McDonald's Train Car Party Room Interior and Theatronic Display Original Art Group of 2 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1980s). Ask anyone who grew up in the '70s or early '80s if they ever attended a birthday party at McDonald's and the chances are they will answer, "Yes!" Virtually every McDonald's had some sort of party room/section and many of them were themed. This is a pair of original, hand-inked renderings of two of those party rooms. The first is titled "Party Room Interior Train Car." Few may know that McDonald's has a history of converting old train cars and cabooses into party rooms. This is an exquisitely detailed, one-of-a-kind drawing of the interior design proposed for a train car for McDonald's Restaurant #2007 in Scranton, PA. Amongst its features are a Ronald McDonald Statue, a mini-locomotive and McDonaldland-themed murals and stained-glass lampshades. The pen and ink image measures approximately 16" x 27" on 24" x 36" Setmakers-branded vellum and is signed by the artist Rich Gutierrez. The second drawing is of a party room featuring a Ronald McDonald "Theatronic" display. These were animatronic 3-dimensional figures which moved, sang, and interacted with young partygoers. It too is an original, hand-inked drawing signed by artist Rich Gutierrez and measures 20" x 34" on Setmakers vellum. Both pieces show minor handling and edge wear. Condition is Fine.

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McDonald's Playland Merry-Go-Round Design Drawings Original Art Group of 8 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1982-85).... (Total: 8 Original Art)
McDonald's Playland Merry-Go-Round Design Drawings Original Art Group of 8 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1982-85). Each ride in McDonald's Playland was custom-designed and engineered to seamlessly incorporate the McDonaldland characters. This is a collection of technical drawings of proposed merry-go-round rides for McDonald's playgrounds. Each is carefully rendered in graphite and includes detailed measurements, mechanical suggestions, and material call-outs. These were submitted purely for consideration on feasibility of engineering and cost, which makes them incredibly rare, one-off concept pieces that have been seen by very few. The list of rides and their dates are: Proposed Electric Operated Merry Go Round for Small Children (1982), Mini-Hamburglar Carousel (1984), Proposed Mini-Carousel (1983), Mayor McCheese Whirl Revision (1984), Goblin Whirl 6 (1982), Hamburglar Ride 1 and 2 of 2 (1984), and Proposed Bucket Ride (1985). All are drawn on 24" x 36" Setmakers-branded vellum and show minor handling and edge wear. Condition is Very Good.

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McDonald's Outdoor Play Area and Drive Thru Design Drawings Original Art Group of 4 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1977/82).... (Total: 4 Original Art)
McDonald's Outdoor Play Area and Drive Thru Design Drawings Original Art Group of 4 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1977/82). McDonald's went to great lengths to make the mythical world of McDonaldland a reality at their restaurants. Here are four original, hand-drawn renderings that demonstrate how it was done. The first drawing is an assortment of four different original exterior display designs featuring a variety of character combinations on planters and pedestals. The images range in size from 10" x 10.5" to 5" x 6.5". The second drawing is a side view of a McDonaldland Park, designed for a store in Alexandria, Virginia. The highly detailed graphite artwork measures approximately 7.5" x 31" and is dated 7/7/77. In the Playland can be seen a Captain Crook Spiral Slide, Big Mac Climber, Mayor McCheese Whirl, and a Grimace Bounce and Bend. The third drawing is an exterior installation of characters to greet folks at the drive-thru. Rendered in ink, it shows statues of Ronald McDonald, Officer Big Mac, and Mayor McCheese set amongst a nicely landscaped Hamburger Patch. The image measures approximately 17" x 23". The fourth drawing is a similar take on the third, but with Ronald and friends replaced by an Apple Pie Tree. All four are pen and ink on 24" x 36" Setmakers-branded vellum sheets, three of which show a printed date of 1982. The pieces show minor handling wear, creases, and edge wear. Condition is Fine.

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McDonaldland Theatronic Display Drawings by Wes Cook Original Art Group of 8 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1982-83).... (Total: 8 Original Art)
McDonaldland Theatronic Display Drawings by Wes Cook Original Art Group of 8 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1982-83). In the early 1980s McDonald's began experimenting with bringing their characters to life through animatronic displays in their restaurants. The technology developed by Setmakers was called "Theatronics" and involved the use of pressurized air to add movement to dimensional McDonaldland characters within a stationary setting. Here is a collection of eight original hand-drawn renderings by legendary theme park artist and Disney Imagineer Wes Cook for two proposed McDonaldland displays with "Theatronics." These large images in on 24" x 36" Setmakers-branded vellum feature highly detailed graphite drawings and notes for a pair of animated display concepts. The first is a castle theme with Grimace, Captain Crook, Officer Big Mac, Goblin, and an Apple Pie Tree. Three images show the display open, closed, and a top view, and includes text describing the movements of the animated elements. The second is a smaller display of a singing Hamburger Patch. Two images show the display open, closed, and demonstrate scale. Included with the two large renderings are six smaller ones on 19" x 24" vellum. These address the finer details of design, position, and movements of the characters within the displays. All eight pieces demonstrate the incredible drafting skill of Mr. Cook. They show handling wear, minor edge wear, and the vellum on the six smaller pieces exhibit some tanning. Condition for the lot is Very Good.

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McDonaldland Playland and Slides Design Original Art Group of 4 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1980-84).... (Total: 4 Original Art)
McDonaldland Playland and Slides Design Original Art Group of 4 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1980-84). This lot is a unique compilation of four detailed technical drawings of proposed McDonald's Playland and restaurant installations. The first is a tightly rendered graphite drawing of "Ronald's Playground." The proposal shows a variety of elements such as a "Big G Slide," suspension bridge, and a geodesic climber. The overall artwork measures 24.5" x 33.5" and includes notes on suggested measurements, materials, and graphics. It is on 29" x 36" Setmakers-branded vellum, dated June 21, 1980, and signed by the artist, legendary Disney Imagineer and Setmakers Creative Director Wes Cook. A second date of March 6, 1981 appears in the lower right corner. The second drawing is titled "Proposed New Apple Pie Tree" which was a custom designed seating area set around a dimensional version of this McDonaldland character. The graphite drawing shows technical views from top and front angles and offers a choice of animated and non-animated options in its design notes. The art is on 24" x 36" Setmakers-branded vellum and is dated 11/16/1983. The third drawing, titled "New Proposal for Capt. Spiral Slide (Revised)" shows both the fully constructed slide and an assortment of additional elements. Rendered in graphite on 24" x 36" Setmakers-branded vellum that's dated 10/23/84. The fourth piece in this lot is a precursor to the third. It's a Captain Crook Spiral Slide design modification from 6/16/81. Alongside of the graphite rendering are notes on suggested safety modifications. The artwork is on 18" x 24" Setmakers vellum. All pieces show handling and edge wear, and creases; otherwise, condition is Very Good.

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McDonald's Toy Train Set Design Drawings Original Art Group of 6 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s).... (Total: 6 Original Art)
McDonald's Toy Train Set Design Drawings Original Art Group of 6 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s). These are the original graphite renderings for a McDonaldland Train set proposed by Setmakers. The collection includes five drawings of individual components of the set, an engine (with wind-up smokestack), a caboose, a covered bridge, a station, and a switcher's platform. All five are rendered on 11" x 14" vellum. The sixth drawing shows the complete set assembled, with tracks. It measures 10" x 17" on 17" x 24" vellum. The pieces show minor handling wear, a few small tears, and edge wear. Condition is Very Good.

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McDonaldland Characters Toy Bank Design Drawings by Wes Cook Original Art Group of 3 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1973).... (Total: 3 Original Art)
McDonaldland Characters Toy Bank Design Drawings by Wes Cook Original Art Group of 3 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1973). McDonaldland characters were incredibly popular from the start, and countless products were created in their image. These are three original graphite designs of character-shaped banks, rendered at actual size by Setmakers Creative Director Wes Cook. The first is Officer Big Mac, who stands 7.5" tall and shown in front, side, and rear view. The image includes design and color call-outs throughout. The second drawing is of Mayor McCheese who is also stands 7.5" tall, shows a front, side, and rear view, and includes design and color call-outs. Third is a seldom-seen character from the early days of McDonaldland, a Singing Wastebasket. It measures 6.5" tall and is shown in front and side view with the addition of a base plan and logo placement. All three are on 16" x 27" white vellum and are dated 10/2/73 in the lower right corner. They each show light fold creases and very minor handling wear. Condition is Fine.

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McDonaldland Mural Design Drawings Original Art by Wes Cook Group of 4 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s).... (Total: 4 Original Art)
McDonaldland Mural Design Drawings Original Art by Wes Cook Group of 4 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s). The magical world of McDonaldland lay just a few steps over the Golden Arches Bridge in these delightful graphite wall mural designs by the great Wes Cook. Mr. Cook's long artistic career included work as a Hollywood scenery painter, theme park designer and Disney Imagineer. The first of four designs features Ronald McDonald, Grimace, an Apple Pie Tree, Gobblins, a Hamburger Patch, and a stream full of Filet-O-Fish. Handwritten text beneath the image indicates that it was a revision to a Ronald-themed mural. The artwork measures 9" x 20.5" on 11" x 22" vellum which has been trimmed and pieced together with clear tape, and bordered with masking tape. The next two drawings are similar images of the Golden Arches Bridge. The first shows a distant panoramic view and the second a close-up, framed within three wall sections. The art on both pieces measure 9" x 9.5" on 11" x 11.5" white vellum with one sheet missing a 1" x 4" section in the bottom right corner. The fourth is a fully rendered mural of McDonaldland and its bridge measuring 8" x 15" on 14" x 20" vellum. All pieces in the lot show handling wear; otherwise, condition is Very Good.

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Ronald McDonald Drawings Original Art Group of 3 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s).... (Total: 3 Original Art)
Ronald McDonald Drawings Original Art Group of 3 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s). The Smile Known Around the World -- Ronald McDonald is portrayed in these three original pencil renderings. The first is a large portrait of Ronald reading a book which was used in the final design of a wall mural. It measures 13" x 19" on 15" x 24.5" white vellum. The second is a rough concept sketch for a wall plaque featuring Ronald with a Gobblin and hamburger in a floral setting. The art measures 14" x 11" on 15" x 13" vellum. Third is a line drawing of Ronald's face created as a graphic for a Ronald McDonald trailer. The artwork measures 5.5" x 5" on 14" x 11" vellum with a 3" section of the top corner torn off. All three show handling wear; otherwise, condition is Very Good.

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McDonald's Design/Concept Original Art Group of 9 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970-80s).... (Total: 9 Original Art)
McDonald's Design/Concept Original Art Group of 9 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970-80s). This is a compilation of graphite drawings from assorted McDonald's design projects. An array of McDonaldland characters are rendered for a variety of applications from murals and other decorative items to character studies. All are on vellum in a range of sizes from 7" x 9" to 11" x 14". This is an incredible group of original art from the McDonaldland era. All show minor handling wear and tanning; otherwise, condition is Very Good.

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Mayor McCheese and Big Mac Statue Sculpting Prints Group of 3 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1971).... (Total: 3 Original Art)
Mayor McCheese and Big Mac Statue Sculpting Prints Group of 3 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1971). Statues of Ronald McDonald and his friends were fixtures inside and out of McDonald's restaurants from the dawn of McDonaldland up until the present. These are the plans for the very first statues of McDonaldland's highest elected official and his chief of police in three sepia prints. Sepia prints were a popular way of reproducing artwork because they could be erased and revised rather than risk damage to the original drawings. There are two prints of the Mayor McCheese, one is the original sculpting detail which shows a 10" x 5.5" character in front, side, and rear views on 19" x 24" white vellum, and the other is a revised version (with multiple notes and measurements erased) on 19" x 22" tan vellum. The third print is a sculpting detail for the first Officer Big Mac statue. He measures approximately 10.5" x 5.5", shown in front, side, and rear views (with evidence of erased notes and measurements) on 19" x 24" vellum. All three show minor handling and some edge wear; otherwise, condition is Very Good.

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McDonald's Playland Officer Big Mac Climber Drawings Original Art by Wes Cook Group of 4 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s).... (Total: 4 Original Art)
McDonald's Playland Officer Big Mac Climber Drawings Original Art by Wes Cook Group of 4 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s). The Officer Big Mac climber was one of the original play units in the very first McDonald's Playland and these are four hand-rendered graphite drawings by Setmakers Creative Director Wes Cook used in its development. Each of these plans contains detailed scale measurements along with design, sculpting and engineering notes. All are hand-drawn and hand-lettered on vellum ranging in size from 17" x 22" to 19" x 24" and two are dated 1/20/72. All show edge wear, creases and small tears; otherwise, condition is Very Good.

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Ronald McDonald Portrait Prints Group of 2 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1980s).... (Total: 2 Items)
Ronald McDonald Portrait Prints Group of 2 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1980s). This is a pair of Ronald McDonald black line print portraits in two different sizes. The first measures 13.5" x 10.5" and the second is a reproduction reduced to approximately 70%. Both are printed on 14" x 21" vellum and display minor handling and edge wear. Condition is Fine.

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McDonaldland Grimace, Hamburglar, Gobblin and Apple Pie Trees Original Mural Art Group of 2 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s).... (Total: 2 Original Art)
McDonaldland Grimace, Hamburglar, Gobblin and Apple Pie Trees Original Mural Art Group of 2 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s). The mythical world of McDonaldland comes to life in this pair of hand-drawn wall mural designs. The two key characters featured are Grimace and the Hamburglar, but a closer look reveals signs posted in the art indicating points of interest in McDonaldland such as Thick Shake Volcanoes, a French Fry Thatch, and way off in the distance of one is a castle and Milkshake Train. The first graphite drawing measures 8" x 29" on 12" x 36" vellum. The second drawing is similar to the first but covers less wall space. It measures 9" x 23" on 12" x 24" vellum. Both show fold creases and edge wear. Condition is Very Good.

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Singing Hamburgers Wall Plaque Art Group of 4 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1974).... (Total: 4 Original Art)
Singing Hamburgers Wall Plaque Art Group of 4 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1974). The hamburgers in McDonaldland were happy little creatures that grew from the ground, talking and singing. This is a group of four Singing Hamburger plaque designs from developmental stages to the approved design. The first drawing is the final design that was signed off on by Setmakers CEO Don Ament in the lower right corner. The graphite artwork includes seven hamburgers across two plaques. The overall image with artist's notes measures 8" x 15.5" on 17" x 22" Setmakers-branded vellum. The art is framed in quarter-inch paper tape. The second drawing shows a single plaque containing nine hamburgers and the image with notes measures 8" x 18" on 19" x 24" Setmakers-branded vellum. This art is from the paint lay-in phase and is framed in quarter-inch paper tape too. Drawing three is a preliminary variation on the first drawing with different expressions on the hamburgers. The overall image measures 7" x 18" on 19" x 24" vellum. The fourth and final drawing in the lot is also preliminary and measures 5.5 " x 13" on 19" x 24" vellum. All show some handling and edge wear; otherwise, condition is Very Good.

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Captain Crook Concept/Design Original Art Group of 3 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s).... (Total: 2 Original Art)
Captain Crook Concept/Design Original Art Group of 3 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s). In the early days of McDonaldland, Captain Crook was a pirate obsessed with Filet-O-Fish sandwiches. Here is a set of three original graphite concept drawings featuring this enduring McDonaldland character from those days. The first is a concept drawing for a Playland diorama featuring a three dimensional Captain with a treasure trove of sandwiches. The art measures 11.5" x 18" on 19" x 23.5" vellum. The second and third drawings are nearly identical wall plaque designs of the Captain fishing for his favorite meal. The first includes shading, and measures 9" x 13" on 17" x 22" vellum. Quarter-inch paper tape frames the image and a Setmakers logo is applied to to the lower right corner which is stamped January 30, 1974. The third drawing is a repeat of the second without shading and slightly larger measuring 9" x 18" on 16.6" x 24" vellum. All the pieces show handling and edge wear, and small tears. Condition is Very Good.

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Gobblins Original Wall Plaque Art Group of 5 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1974).... (Total: 5 Original Art)
Gobblins Original Wall Plaque Art Group of 5 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1974). Keep your eyes on your fries was the motto whenever the Gobblins came into view, as no french fry was safe when these furry little creatures were around. Offered here is a collection of five preliminary designs of Setmakers wall plaques featuring these enduring McDonaldland critters. The first two designs are identical images of three Gobblins, one rendered with shading and the other as simple line art. The images measure 8" x 10" on 17" x 22" and 19" x 24" vellum respectively. The third drawing also features three Gobblins in different poses. They measure 7" x 9" on 19" x 24" vellum. These first three graphite drawings are framed in quarter-inch paper tape and have Setmakers logos in the lower right corner. The fourth drawing depicts three Gobblins frolicking in a cloud. It is rendered in graphite, and measures 10" x 18.5" on 17" x 20" vellum. The fifth drawing is similar to the fourth with two Gobblins in a cloud. The art measures 9" x 14" on 17" x 21.5" vellum. All five show minor handling edge wear and creases; otherwise, condition is Very Good.

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Ronald McDonald and Friends McDonaldland Concept Drawings Original Art Group of 4 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1983).... (Total: 4 Original Art)
Ronald McDonald and Friends McDonaldland Concept Drawings Original Art Group of 4 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1983). This group consists of four original graphite concept drawings of proposed McDonald's restaurant décor. The first two drawings are variations of the same design. One shows Ronald McDonald, Mayor McCheese, and Officer Big Mac perched atop the straw of a giant milkshake. The second shows a similar image with the character set atop a pole decorated with flowery vines. The images for both measure approximately 16" x 10" on 24" x 19" vellum and both have "sign concepts" handwritten in the lower right corner. The third drawing is of a hanging light fixture concept titled "The Burgerlier." The artwork measures 7.5" x 8.25" on 11" x 14" vellum. The fourth drawing is a set of two wall plaque concept illustrations featuring Ronald and Gobblins. The combined images measure 12" x 10" on 19" x 24" vellum. All pieces show varying degrees of tanning, and handling and edge wear; otherwise, condition is Very Good

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McDonaldland Gobblins and Filet-O-Fish Original Art by Wes Cook Group of 4 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1983).... (Total: 4 Original Art)
McDonaldland Gobblins and Filet-O-Fish Original Art by Wes Cook Group of 4 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1983). As Creative Director, Wes Cook was the artistic visionary behind Setmakers' portrayal of McDonaldland characters in their product designs. He later went on to become a Disney Imagineer, assisting in the design of theme parks and restaurants. This is a group of four original McDonaldland character studies from the hand of Mr. Cook. The first two are Gobblins in an array of poses. Rendered in graphite on vellum, they measure 11" x 14" and 19" x 24" respectively. The smaller drawing is signed by the artist and dated 3/4/83 and the larger is dated 4/18/83. The second pair of drawings feature Filet-O-Fish. They too are in graphite on two different sized sheets of vellum. The first measures 12" x 17.25" and the second 19" x 24". The larger of the two is dated 4/15-18/1983 and the paper has a 1" x 1.5" piece of the top edge torn off, nowhere near the art. All show handling and minor edge wear. Condition for the group is Very Good.

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McDonald's Ronald's Room Design and Decor Original Art Group of 5 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1982/85).... (Total: 5 Original Art)
McDonald's Ronald's Room Design and Decor Original Art Group of 5 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1982/85). A Ronald's Room was a section of a McDonald's restaurant designated for children's parties and decorated with imagery of McDonaldland characters. This lot is a collection of original design proposals for a Ronald's Room and the original design drawings of the dimensional character plaques that would have adorned the walls of such a room. First is a pair of drawings for proposed layouts of a Ronald's Room in a McDonald's restaurant in Tukwila, Washington. The tight graphite renderings show the room decorated with Setmakers wall plaques and offer options on seating arrangements. The combined drawings measure 15" x 32" on a 24" x 36" sheet of Setmakers vellum which has been folded in half. It is dated 6/7/77 in the lower right corner. The four subsequent drawings consist of an assortment of three dimensional plaque design proposals featuring McDonaldland characters in a variety of combinations. All are rendered in graphite on 18" x 24" vellum. The entire group shows minor handling and edge wear. Condition is Fine.

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Ronald McDonald Animatronic Display Concept Drawings Original Art Group of 2 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1982/85).... (Total: 2 Original Art)
Ronald McDonald Animatronic Display Concept Drawings Original Art Group of 2 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1982/85). Animatronic displays and characters were growing in popularity in family restaurants in the mid 1980s, and McDonald's experimented with them in an effort to transform the fantasy world of McDonaldland and its characters into reality. These are original graphite concept renderings for animatronic displays, proposed for use in McDonald's party rooms, drive-thrus, and interior play areas. The first drawing, illustrated by Setmakers' Creative Director and renowned theme park and restaurant designer Wes Cook, features a new McDonaldland performing group called The McBurgers. It was a small, enclosed theater filled with a group of anthropomorphic hamburgers that were animated and sequenced to music. The artwork shows a front, side, and top view of this display and fills the 20" x 21" sheet of Setmakers-branded vellum. It's signed by the artist and dated 4/23/82 in the lower left corner. The second drawing is of a wall mounted display concept of Ronald McDonald and a pair of Gobblins, piloting a glass-domed spaceship. The artwork shows both a front and side view, measures approximately 8" x 18" overall on 18" x 24" vellum, and is dated 11/7/85. This drawing has a 1.5" tear on the upper right edge that does not effect the artwork. Condition on both pieces is Fine.

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McDonaldland Character Decor Original Art Group of 4 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s-80s).... (Total: 4 Original Art)
McDonaldland Character Decor Original Art Group of 4 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s-80s). McDonaldland characters were integrated into virtually every item produced by Setmakers. Here are four original graphite concept renderings of proposed decorative items for McDonald's restaurants. The first two are hamburger-shaped wall sconces titled "Burger Bloom." Their designs differ in size and complexity and range in size from 6" x 2.5" to 8.5" x 4.5" on 14" x 11" vellum. The third drawing is a ceramic table lamp concept titled the "Hamburger Lamp." The artwork shows front, side, rear, and top views, and measures approximately 11" x 15" on 15" x 20" vellum. This drawing is signed by the Setmakers artist Wes Cook and dated 10/1/80. The fourth in the group is a full scale rendering of a plant-on decoration for a child's seat. It is designed in low relief, a front and side view are shown, and the art, combined with handwritten notes, measures 16" x 9" on 19" x 20.5" vellum. All pieces show light handling and minor edge wear. Condition is Fine.

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Ronald McDonald, Captain Crook, and Hamburger Patch Design Drawings Original Art Group of 2 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s).... (Total: 2 Original Art)
Ronald McDonald, Captain Crook, and Hamburger Patch Design Drawings Original Art Group of 2 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s). These are two original graphite drawings of McDonaldland characters for use inside and outside the restaurants. The first includes three stained glass designs drawn on separate pieces of vellum which have been applied to a single sheet of 24" x 18" paper. Ronald McDonald measures 13" x 9", Captain Crook measures 13" x 6.5", and the Hamburger Patch measures 4" x 8". The second drawing is a front and side view of the sculpted head that topped McDonald's Playland Captain Crook Spiral Slides. It measures 11.5" x 9" on trimmed vellum measuring approximately 19" x 14". Both pieces show minor handling and edge wear. Condition is Fine.

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McDonald's Playland Hamburglar, Officer Big Mac, and Apple Pie Tree Original Art Group of 4 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1974-81).... (Total: 4 Original Art)
McDonald's Playland Hamburglar, Officer Big Mac, and Apple Pie Tree Original Art Group of 4 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1974-81). Setmakers designed the iconic decor and playground equipment for McDonald's restaurants throughout the '70s and '80s. These are the original one-of-a-kind graphite renderings of four of those items. First is a three dimensional wall plaque of the Hamburglar caged in Officer Big Mac's custom Paddy Wagon. It includes scale measurements, design notes and color call-outs. It also features a full scale rendering of the Paddy Wagon sign. The artwork with notation measures 13" x 18" on 18" x 23.5" vellum which is signed by the artist Wes Cook and dated 3/7/74. The second drawing is the original plan for a proposed Hamburglar Paddy Wagon slide. Side, front, and three-quarter views are tightly rendered and include an array of design notes. The artwork fills the 19" x 23" sheet of vellum which is signed by artist Wes Cook and dated March 6, 1981. The third drawing shows proposed modifications to a Playland staple -- the Officer Big Mac Climber, notably the addition of window shields and ventilation to his hat. The artwork and design notes fill the 18" x 24" vellum which is signed by artist and Setmakers' founder Don Ament and dated 6/10/84. The fourth drawing lays out the seating plan around a three-dimensional Apple Pie Tree. The artwork measures 15" x 16" on 18" x 24" vellum. It is initialed by the artist and dated 4/7/77. All pieces display a Setmakers logo, show minor handling wear, and condition is Fine.

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McDonaldland Apple Pie Tree Original Art by Wes Cook Group of 3 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1983).... (Total: 3 Original Art)
McDonaldland Apple Pie Tree Original Art by Wes Cook Group of 3 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1983). The original "Happy Little Trees," these friendly anthropomorphic Apple Pie Trees dotted the landscape in McDonaldland with branches filled with apple pies instead of fruit. This is a collection of character studies of Apple Pie Trees in a variety of poses and expressions, drawn by Setmakers' Creative Director and Disney Imagineer Wes Cook. The first of the three graphite drawings is of a tree facing slightly to the right. It is a large image measuring 11" x 9" on 19" x 24" vellum. It's signed by the artist and dated 3/21/83. The second drawing is similar with the tree facing just left. More detail has been given to shading and values than the first. The image measures 13" x 12" and it too is signed by the artist and dated 3/16/83. Third in the lot is a series of rough sketches of nine trees in a variety of expressions and poses. These may have been created to serve as a model sheet. The characters stand between 3" and 4" tall and the overall art takes up approximately 8.5" x 18.5" of space on a 19" x 24" sheet of vellum. All three show minor handling wear, tanning and edge wear. Condition is Fine.

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McDonaldland Characters Playland and Restaurant Decor Original Art Group of 4 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s/80s).... (Total: 4 Original Art)
McDonaldland Characters Playland and Restaurant Decor Original Art Group of 4 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s/80s). In this lot are three original graphite designs for McDonald's Playland equipment and one design for in-store lighting. The first two drawings are of proposed Playland rides called Saddle Mates. These were molded McDonaldland characters mounted on springs. This pair of drawings show top, side, and front views of a Gremlin Saddle Mate and a Filet-O-Fish Saddle Mate. Neither was ever produced, and an interesting note -- they are each mislabeled as the other. Both measure approximately 12" x 12 " on 16.5" x 17.5" vellum. The third drawing includes three amazing renderings of Gremlins, for the canopy of a Playland carousel. Combined, they measure 13" x 19" on 19" x 24" vellum. The piece is signed by artist Wes Cook, and is dated 7/16/78. Rounding out the lot are rough concept sketches of assorted hamburger lighting fixture designs. The drawing includes hamburger-shaped elements for sconces and a hanging light with notes on color, materials, and sizes. The art measures approximately 13.5" x 21", is signed by Cook, and is dated April 10, 1980. All pieces in this lot show minor handling wear, folds, and creases. Condition is Fine.

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McDonaldland Gobblins Wall Plaque Original Art Group of 4 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1973).... (Total: 4 Original Art)
McDonaldland Gobblins Wall Plaque Original Art Group of 4 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1973). The Gobblins got their start in 1973 and their insatiable appetite for french fries made them the comic foils for all of the McDonaldland characters for decades to follow. These are four original three-dimensional wall plaque designs of the Gobblins at the start of their popularity. Each features a profile and front view of the character rendered in graphite on vellum. The pieces range in size from 11" x 15" to 15.5" x 18" and date to mid-April of 1973, the same year of their debut. All show handling age and edge wear with the largest drawing having a 8" tear that does not effect the artwork. Condition is Very Good.

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Ronald McDonald Helicopter Graphics Original Art by Wes Cook Group of 2 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1984).... (Total: 2 Original Art)
Ronald McDonald Helicopter Graphics Original Art by Wes Cook Group of 2 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1984). Wes Cook served as Creative Director and lead artist at Setmakers for much of the 1970s and '80s and he was such an accomplished artist that he eventually rose to the ranks of Disney theme park Imagineer. His rendering abilities are second to none and these two pencil designs prove as much. Both are graphite drawings for graphics to be painted on a Ronald McDonald Helicopter Ride proposed by Setmakers. The first is the final revised image of Ronald measuring 7" x 7" on 13" x 11" vellum. The image is titled "Ronald's Head for Side of Helicopter Revision," is signed by the artist, and is dated 4/30/84. The second drawing is graphite measuring 5.5" x 10" on 11" x 17" white Setmakers-branded tracing paper. Titled "Ronald's Helicopter," it's dated 4/12/84 and initialed by the artist in the design slug. Both pieces show very light handling and edge wear. Condition is Fine.

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Ronald McDonald and Friends Wall Mural Design by Wes Cook Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s)....
Ronald McDonald and Friends Wall Mural Design by Wes Cook Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s). Ronald McDonald, Officer Big Mac, the Apple Pie Tree, and assorted Gobblins are all represented in this original hand-drawn mural design by McDonaldland artist and Disney Imagineer Wes Cook. Mr. Cook was the Creative Director for Setmakers and went on to be a celebrated Disney Imagineer. The two designs are rendered in graphite and measure 6" x 21" on a 21.5" x 36" sheet of vellum. The paper shows minor handling and edge wear. Condition is Fine.

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McDonaldland Gobblins Original Art Group of 8 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1980s).... (Total: 8 Illustration Art)
McDonaldland Gobblins Original Art Group of 8 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1980s). This lot is for the consummate Gobblin collector. In it are eight original works of art of these fry-stealing McDonaldland critters used in the development of vintage McDonald's décor. All of them are rendered in graphite on vellum and the images range in size from 10.5" tall down to 2". Some are studies in movement and others are stationary poses. The group shows handling creases and edge wear. Condition is Very Good.

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McDonaldland Mural Prints Group of 4 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1972/79).... (Total: 4 Original Art)
McDonaldland Mural Prints Group of 4 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1972/79). Setmakers offered McDonald's franchisees the option of decorating their stores with custom designed, hand-painted wall murals. These magnificent one-of-a-kind works of art were created by Wes Cook who later went on to design theme parks for Disney as an Imagineer. This lot contains four prints of Mr. Cook's original mural designs. The first three are sepia prints of designs for a McDonald's restaurant in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania. These early images from the dawn of McDonaldland include an assortment of characters, measure 22" x 34.25", and are dated 7/31/72. The fourth item is a blue spirit duplicator print of two Wes Cook mural designs featuring Mayor McCheese and Apple Pie Trees. The pair measure 7.5" x 9" each on 14.5" x 28.25" paper and are dated June 18, 1979. All show very minor handling wear, creases, and edge wear; otherwise, condition is Fine.

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McDonaldland Character Toys Original Art Group of 3 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1973).... (Total: 3 Original Art)
McDonaldland Character Toys Original Art Group of 3 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1973). McDonald's restaurants' popularity with kids quickly got them into the toy business, and with the advent of the Happy Meal, they became one of the largest toy sellers in the world. This a group of three graphite renderings of very early McDonald's toy concepts. The first is a "Grimace Rolly Polly", shown front and side, that measures 12" x 20". Second is a "Gobblin" marionette, shown front and side, and drawn to scale. The combined art measures approximately 13" x 21". Third is a set of four character pencils featuring Mayor McCheese, a Gobblin, a hamburger, and Captain Crook. It too is drawn at actual size, with the overall artwork measuring 12" x 9.5", and it is dated 10/2/73. All three are rendered in graphite on vellum ranging in size from 19" x 21.5" to 19" x 30", which shows handling wear, creases, and folds. Condition is Fine.

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McDonaldland Toys Design Drawings Original Art Group of 3 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1973).... (Total: 3 Original Art)
McDonaldland Toys Design Drawings Original Art Group of 3 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1973). McDonald's got the idea to start experimenting with toys featuring their popular characters long before the Happy Meal was invented. Here are three original concept sketches of products/toy designs from their earliest efforts. First is a detailed drawing of a single panel section for a child's umbrella. It shows Ronald McDonald holding a hamburger in the center. Below him are the Golden Arches and either side of them appears a Gobblin and a hamburger amid floral decor. The artwork measures approximately 18" x 10" on 21.75" x 13.5" vellum. It is titled "McDonald's Umbrella" and dated 10/2/73. Next is a "Plan Layout" for a McDonaldland train set. It essentially shows placement of the train tracks and the structures along the route. The 11" x 16.5" pencil drawing is on a 20" x 21.5" sheet of vellum and is dated 9/73. The third drawing is the design for the McDonald's Store which was to serve as one of the train stops along the train tracks. Front, back, side, and top views are rendered in graphite and measure 13" x 19" overall on 20" x 25.5" vellum. This drawing is dated 9/73 in the lower right corner. All three pieces have folds, creases, and show handling wear; otherwise, condition is Fine.

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McDonald's Party Materials Design Drawings Original Art Group of 5 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s).... (Total: 5 Original Art)
McDonald's Party Materials Design Drawings Original Art Group of 5 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s). A children's party in Ronald's Room is a very special occasion deserving of custom-designed place settings and party favors. Here is an assortment of original graphite concept drawings of items proposed to enhance the McDonald's party experience. First is a custom design for both plates and napkins featuring Ronald McDonald, Officer Big Mac, Hamburglar, and Mayor McCheese. The artwork measures 16" x 18.5" on on 19" x 24" vellum which been folded in fourths. To go with the plates and napkins are proposed designs for a "Hamburger Candle Holder in Cupcake" and "Nutcups with McDonaldland Characters." The drawings stand 5" and 4" respectively on 14" x 27" vellum that has been folded in half. The following three drawing involve designs for custom party favors. A "Walking Gobblin" marionette style puppet measures 4" x 9" on 14" x 15.5" vellum, and a "Hamburger Yoyo" measures 5" x 3" on a 14" x 15.5" sheet of vellum with a fold down the center. All are beautifully rendered, as is the "Hamburger Hand Puppet" which measures 6.5" x 12" on 16.5" x 21" white vellum. The entire group exhibits folds, edge wear and minor handling wear. Condition is Very Good.

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McDonald's Interiors Design Drawings Original Art by Wes Cook Group of 2 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s).... (Total: 2 Original Art)
McDonald's Interiors Design Drawings Original Art by Wes Cook Group of 2 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s). Wes Cook was a celebrated Disney Imagineer helping to design theme parks here and abroad, but before that he was the Creative Director and lead artist for Setmakers, a company that supplied custom decorative items and playground equipment to McDonald's restaurants. Here are two early Wes Cook graphite renderings of interior concepts for a McDonald's. The first drawing features a Ronald's Room filled with popular Setmakers' items such as statuary, wall plaques, and custom seating areas. The art measures 11" x 15" on 19" x 24" vellum, and "Prototype Only" is handwritten in the lower right corner. Setmakers also offered custom wall murals designed and painted by Mr. Cook, and the second drawing is one of his original concepts. It features the entire McDonaldland cast of characters and measures 7.5" x 18.75" on 10.25" x 24" vellum. The pair exhibit creases, and edge and handling wear; otherwise, condition is Very Good.

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Ronald McDonald Design Drawings Original Art Group of 3 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1980s).... (Total: 3 Original Art)
Ronald McDonald Design Drawings Original Art Group of 3 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1980s). It has been said that Ronald McDonald is second only to Santa Claus in recognition by children around the world. This is a group of three original graphite renderings of Ronald, used in the development of assorted decorative items for McDonald's restaurants. The first is a dimensional wall plaque design of Ronald and Gobblins in a McDonaldland tableau, framed in Golden Arches. Titled "International Ronald McDonald," the art measures 9.5" x 9.5" on 15.5" x 15.5" Setmakers-branded vellum dated April 16, 1979, signed by the artist Wes Cook. The second drawing is a huge line art portrait of Ronald measuring 14.5" x 14.5" on on 19" x 24" Setmakers' vellum. The third is a decorative pole topped with Ronald, Mayor McCheese, and Officer Big Mac figures with a base surrounded by hamburgers. It measures 17.5" x 13" on 19" x 24" vellum, and "Sign Concepts" is handwritten in the lower right corner. All show edge and light handling wear. Condition is Very Good.

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McDonald's Tiffany Style Stained Glass Lamps Original Art Group of 5 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s).... (Total: 5 Original Art)
McDonald's Tiffany Style Stained Glass Lamps Original Art Group of 5 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s). In the 1970s, Setmakers offered simulated stained glass Tiffany-style hanging lamps as decor options for McDonald's restaurants. This is a collection of original design concepts for three of those lamps. The first two in the lot are color studies of a pair of hanging lamp options. They are blue line prints that have been embellished with goauche to test color combinations. The images measure 9" x 6" and 4" x 8" respectively and are mounted to 17" x 14" sheets of illustration board. With them are graphite renderings of three lamps featuring McDonald's branding. Each measures approximately 6" x 6" on 14" x 11" vellum. All pieces in this group show age and handling wear; otherwise, condition is Fine.

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McDonald's Balloon Cluster Lamp Design Original Art Group of 2 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s).... (Total: 2 Original Art)
McDonald's Balloon Cluster Lamp Design Original Art Group of 2 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s). Party rooms in McDonald's restaurants were often called Ronald's Rooms and this lot is the original design art for the Balloon Cluster Lamps that hung in these festive rooms. First of the two is the final pencil design of the light fixture. The artwork and handwritten text beneath it measure 10" x 6" on 14" x 11" vellum. With it is a hand-painted color study of the lamp. Goauche has been painted onto a diagonal section of a blue line print made from the pencil design. The print has been applied to a 14" x 17" piece of illustration board and "Please Return Immediately!!!" is written in red marker in the lower right corner. Both pieces show very minor handling wear; condition is Fine.

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McDonald's Stained Glass Valance Original Art Group of 3 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s).... (Total: 3 Original Art)
McDonald's Stained Glass Valance Original Art Group of 3 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s). Setmakers offered simulated stain glass valances and Tiffany lamps as decor options for McDonald's restaurants. This is a collection of original design concepts of valances that made it into production. The first is a graphite rendering of three valance designs for Ronald's Rooms. Two incorporate McDonaldland characters, and the third includes the Golden Arches amongst a floral design. The artwork measures approximately 10" x 12" on 14" x 17" vellum. Second is a color exploration of an Apple Pie Room valance. It is a blue line print, colored with goauche and colored pencil, and protected with a sheet of clear acetate. The art measures 6" x 12" on 16" x 18.5" illustration board. With it is a small marker comp of the valance as it would appear installed flat in a cabinet panel. The third drawing is the final graphite design for the second drawing and is rendered on 14" x 17" vellum. All show minor handling wear. Condition is Very Good.

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Grimace High Chair Original Art Group of 5 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1974).... (Total: 5 Original Art)
Grimace High Chair Original Art Group of 5 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1974). Thanks to this three-dimensional Grimace Highchair, even the youngest McDonaldland fan could get in on the fun. These are the original concept drawings for such a chair. They include a variety of design options from molded character booster seats to articulated tray arms. These chairs never made it to production, making this art one-of-a-kind. Four pieces are dated to July of 1974 and signed by artist Wes Cook and all are rendered in graphite on vellum ranging in size from 12.5" x 11" to 12.5" x 16". The lot shows handling wear and fold creases. Condition is Very Good.

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McDonaldland Christmas Lights Design Original Art Group of 6 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1973).... (Total: 6 Original Art)
McDonaldland Christmas Lights Design Original Art Group of 6 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1973). This is very early original holiday art of the McDonaldland characters. This lot is comprised of six individual graphite sketches of characters as Christmas lights. Each is drawn in meticulous detail and are shown in two or three angles. Characters included are Grimace, the Professor, an Apple Pie Tree, a Filet-O-Fish, a Gobblin, and a hamburger. All are rendered on 12" x 9" vellum sheets with the Setmakers name and address handwritten in the lower right corner. Very minor handling and edge wear. Condition is Very Good.

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McDonald's Toy Design Drawings by Wes Cook Original Art Group of 6 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s).... (Total: 6 Original Art)
McDonald's Toy Design Drawings by Wes Cook Original Art Group of 6 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s). These original graphite concept renderings are for toys proposed by Setmakers. They include both small and riding vehicles and each design is signed and dated by the artist Wes Cook. Mr. Cook had a long career as both artist and art director for a variety of film and television studios and went on to become an Imagineer for Tokyo DisneySea. In the course of his career he served as Creative Director for Setmakers and was tasked with the conception of custom toys and playground equipment for MacDonald's restaurants. All are rendered in graphite on vellum ranging in size 11" x 14" to 14" x 16.5". The pieces show minor handling and edge wear. Condition is Very Good.

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McDonaldland Christmas Lights Concept Art Group of 7 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1973).... (Total: 7 Original Art)
McDonaldland Christmas Lights Concept Art Group of 7 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1973). This group of original holiday concept art from the very early days of McDonaldland, consists of seven individual paintings and sketches of characters used in the development of Christmas lights. The first item is a hand-painted design proposal for lights featuring Ronald McDonald, Captain Crook, and a Gobblin, rendered in pencil and colored with goauche. All three designs are presented on a single piece of illustration board measuring 9" x 12". Second is a group of five individual Christmas light concept sketches. Characters drawn are Ronald, Mayor McCheese, Officer Big Mac, Hamburglar, and Captain Crook. Each is meticulously rendered in graphite to actual size on 12" x 9" vellum sheets with the Setmakers name and address handwritten in the lower right corner. Last in the lot is a single, hand-painted Ronald McDonald "Christmas Bulb" on 6.5" x 5" illustration board covered with a clear mylar overlay. Very minor handling and edge wear. Condition is Very Good.

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McDonaldland Characters Etched Glass Design Drawings by Wes Cook Original Art Group of 11 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1973).... (Total: 11 Original Art)
McDonaldland Characters Etched Glass Design Drawings by Wes Cook Original Art Group of 11 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1973). Here are eleven original graphite renderings of McDonaldland favorites created in the development of etched class decorations for McDonald's restaurants. Divided into two groups by size, the first features five graphite renderings of Ronald McDonald, Mayor McCheese, and Officer Big Mac, along with two full scenes (one of Gobblins and the other Grimace with Captain Crook). The images average approximately 8" tall on vellum ranging in size from 11" x 7" to 14" x 9". Each piece is signed by artist Wes Cook and dated early to mid-January of 1984. The second group includes six individual character renderings in graphite by Wes Cook measuring 6" x 6" on 9.5" x 9.5 vellum. Characters featured are Ronald, Hamburglar, Captain Crook, Grimace, Mayor McCheese, and Big Mac. All of the pieces in this lot show edge wear, tanning, and handling wear; otherwise, condition is Fine.

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Ronald McDonald Concept Prints Group of 2 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1980s).... (Total: 2 Items)
Ronald McDonald Concept Prints Group of 2 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1980s). Here is Ronald McDonald "before and after" in this pair of two concept images from a Ronald McDonald helicopter graphic. The first is a large sepia print of Ronald's face within a circular frame which measures 13" diameter on a 17" x 14" sheet of vellum. Handwritten beneath the image is "Ronald's Head for Side of Helicopter -- Revised," the date May 8th, '84 and the artist's signature. A second Xerox print is included showing the original image prior to its revision. The full image measures 8" x 14" on 11" x 17" Setmakers-branded vellum. Both pieces show minor fold creases and handling wear. Condition is Fine.

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McDonald's Playland Design Original Art Group of 9 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1981).... (Total: 9 Original Art)
McDonald's Playland Design Original Art Group of 9 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1981). This is a collection of nine original hand-drawn plans for new and updated playground equipment for McDonald's indoor playgrounds. McDonaldland characters are featured throughout the designs and decorations which are expertly rendered in graphite and include an array of notes and scale measurements. These are preliminary cosmetic designs from the earliest stages of development and were presented as concepts still in need of approval on engineering and cost feasibility. The rides included are Hamburglar Crawl-Thru, Proposed Big Mac Slide, Alternate Proposed Big Mac Slide, Proposed Twin Rider, Proposed Mayor McCheese Crawl-Thru, Captain Crook's Mini Pirate Ship, Filet-O-Fish Lake, Professor's Shake Up, and Big Mac Maze. All are on 11" x 17" vellum a date between 9/16/81 and 10/6/81. The group shows very minor handling wear. Condition is Fine.

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McDonald's Christmas Ornament Design Drawings Original Art Group of 5 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1973).... (Total: 5 Original Art)
McDonald's Christmas Ornament Design Drawings Original Art Group of 5 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1973). This is a group of five original graphite designs for ten Christmas ornament concepts. The first shows Mayor McCheese and Hamburglar rendered both facing and in profile. Each stands 4.75" tall on 14" x 11" vellum. The second is of Grimace and Hamburglar who also stand 4.75" tall on 14" x 11" vellum. Third is a rendering of five different Gobblin ornaments on 14" x 17" vellum. Fourth shows three options for a Filet-O-Fish ornament on 14" x 17" vellum. The fifth and final piece in the group includes four different ornament designs based on McDonaldland flowers. All five pieces show handling wear and fold creases; otherwise, condition is Very Good.

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McDonald's Playland Chula Vista Original Art and Print Group of 3 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1980s).... (Total: 3 Items)
McDonald's Playland Chula Vista Original Art and Print Group of 3 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1980s). The very first McDonald's Playland was constructed in a lot adjacent to a McDonald's restaurant in Chula Vista, California in 1971. It was such a hit that thousand eventually sprang up all around the world. This lot contains items and artwork used in the development of this pioneering restaurant playground. First is a reversed-out print of an aerial concept rendering detailing the play lot's proposed layout and equipment. It measures 12.5" x 20.5". With it is the same print in black and white, cropped to 11.25" x 19". Third in the group is an India ink and Letratone promotional drawing of children enjoying the Playland by Setmakers artist Wes Cook. It measures 11" x 14". These historic McDonald's pieces show minor handling wear. Condition is Fine.

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Ronald's Room Etched Glass Design Original Art Group of 2 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1980s).... (Total: 2 Original Art)
Ronald's Room Etched Glass Design Original Art Group of 2 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1980s). This is a pair of original graphite designs for etched glass panels for McDonald's restaurant private party areas, called Ronald's Rooms. The first features Ronald McDonald nestled in the branches of a tree reading while passively angling for a Filet-O-Fish with a line tied to his toe. The artwork measures 11" x 6" on 17" x 11" Setmakers-branded vellum. The second drawing includes four different etched glass panel design options and a display example. The combined imagery measures 5.5" x 21" on 11" x 24" vellum. Both show very minor handling and edge wear; otherwise, condition is Fine.

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McDonaldland Characters Original Art Group of 5 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s).... (Total: 5 Original Art)
McDonaldland Characters Original Art Group of 5 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s). Two groups of drawings make up this lot of original graphite designs. The first is a pair of concept renderings of a tabletop statue featuring a stack of Gobblins. They measure 9.5" and 8.5" tall respectively on vellum and the larger of the two includes an array of handwritten design notes. The second group consists of three 2-panel drawings of McDonaldland scenes and characters on 5.5" x 15.5" strips of vellum. All the items in this lot show minor handling and edge wear; otherwise, condition is Fine.

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Ronald McDonald Train Plaque Design Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1974)....
Ronald McDonald Train Plaque Design Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1974). This is an original graphite rendering of a wall plaque featuring Ronald McDonald driving the McDonaldland train, and pulling an apple car and a Thick Shake car, from 1974. This one-of-a-kind, hand-drawn image measures 9" x 19" on 19" x 24" vellum that is bordered with quarter inch masking tape. The piece shows edge wear and handling wear; otherwise, condition is Very Good.

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McDonald's Playland Design Drawings Original Art Group of 12 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1971/72).... (Total: 12 Original Art)
McDonald's Playland Design Drawings Original Art Group of 12 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1971/72). The custom-designed rides and playground equipment based on McDonald's characters is what set their Playlands apart from the average playground. This lot contains 12 original hand-rendered graphite designs of these unique playground attractions. Characters featured include Gremlins (previously Gobblins), Filet-O-Fish, Apple Pie Trees, hamburgers, and Captain Crook's boat. Some reference sculpting details while others advise on construction, decoration and materials. It's an incredible compendium of original hand-drawn plans for custom items which changed McDonald's landscape for decades. All are dated between 1971 and 1972 and are rendered on 19" x 24" vellum. They show handling and edge wear, and age; otherwise, condition is Very Good.

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McDonaldland Grimace's Castle and Apple Pie Trees Original Art/Print Group of 5 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1979).... (Total: 5 Original Art)
McDonaldland Grimace's Castle and Apple Pie Trees Original Art/Print Group of 5 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1979). McDonaldland's landscape wouldn't be complete without Apple Pie Trees and Grimace's Castle. First in this lot is a sepia print of the original design for a Playland version of Grimace's Castle. It is dated March 6, 1981 and features scale measurements, design notes, and a logo treatment on 19" x 24" vellum. Second in the group is an expertly drawn three-dimensional Apple Pie Tree design in profile, facing, and overhead views. Rendered in graphite the overall artwork measures 14" x 12" on 19" x 24" vellum. Third in the group is a collection of three character study sketches of Apple Pie Trees. They are rendered in graphite on vellum ranging in size from 10.5" x 10" to 11.5" x 13". All items in this lot show edge and handling wear; otherwise, condition is Very Good.

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McDonaldland Ronald McDonald and Big Mac Buckboard Mural Original Art by Wes Cook (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1979)....
McDonaldland Ronald McDonald and Big Mac Buckboard Mural Original Art by Wes Cook (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1979). Ronald McDonald, Officer Big Mac, and a handful of Gobblins make their way through canyon country on a buckboard pulled by a rather uncooperative donkey in this hand-rendered, custom mural design by artist Wes Cook. Mr. Cook had a long career as both artist and art director for a variety of film and television studios and went on to become a Disney Imagineer and the lead designer for Tokyo DisneySea. In the course of his career he was the Creative Director for Setmakers and tasked with among other things the creation of custom McDonaldland wall murals. These were one-of-a-kind works of art commissioned by franchisees and designed to meet their particular specifications. This expertly rendered ink drawing measures 8" x 16.5" on 18" x 20.5" vellum which shows dark tanning across a quarter of the right side of the sheet. The piece exhibits minor handling and edge wear; otherwise, condition is Very Good.

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McDonaldland Train Etched Glass Room Divider Drawing Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s)....
McDonaldland Train Etched Glass Room Divider Drawing Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s). Here's a real "wow" piece of art from the Setmakers Archives! It's an original etched glass pattern of the McDonaldland Train locomotive, hand-drawn with incredible detail. The art is in graphite on onionskin paper measuring 5' x 2' 6", and includes penciled-in codes throughout. This one caught everyone's eye here at Heritage, and we're sure you'll be as impressed as we are, once seen in person. The art is rolled, with minor handling wear. Very Good condition.

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Captain Crook and Hamburglar Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1982)....
Captain Crook and Hamburglar Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1982). This large and intricately detailed ink rendering is the original color model art for one of Setmakers' Simulated Leaded Glass Room Dividers. The art features a bold, black ink image on vellum of Captain Crook and Hamburglar amongst floral decorations and each element in the image is numerically color coded in pencil. These dividers were used to section off party rooms from the main dining areas in McDonald's restaurants and often featured McDonaldland characters. This Setmakers Archives piece has design and production notes along the bottom, is dated 5/24/82, and has an overall measurement of 17" x 61". The paper has been rolled and shows light handling wear; otherwise, condition is Very Good.

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The Professor and His Machine Etched Glass Room Divider Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s)....
The Professor and His Machine Etched Glass Room Divider Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s). This big beautifully rendered drawing features the Professor and his Magic Machine along with a fry-stealing Gobblin and Hamburger Patch. It was created to serve as a template for one of Setmakers' Etched Glass Room Dividers. McDonald's restaurants used these dividers to section off party areas in their dining rooms and the imagery often featured McDonaldland characters and scenery. This composition also includes detailed notations throughout the image indicating the different degrees of etching needed to create various values within the art. It's a graphite image over two sheets of vellum taped together with an overall measurement of approximately 3' 4" x 4' 1". An 11" square section in the lower right corner has been added and attached with tape. The paper is folded, rolled, and shows handling and edge wear, along with some small tears along the right border; otherwise, condition is Very Good.

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Tom Grindberg - Fantasy Illustration Original Art (1997)....
Tom Grindberg - Fantasy Illustration Original Art (1997). This feral work contains beautiful brush work by fantasy illustrator, Tom Grindberg. Ink on Bristol measuring 11" x 16.5". There are two slight folds that run horizontally through the image area. Signed at the lower left, and in Excellent condition.

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Ronald McDonald High Chair Original Art Group of 11 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1974).... (Total: 11 Original Art)
Ronald McDonald High Chair Original Art Group of 11 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1974). The concept of a Ronald McDonald high chair required a great deal of work and this progression of drawing shows the variety of factors that needed to be considered in its development. These designs address such things as size, construction, functionality, and safety. Along with the designs are rough model sketches from the earliest stage in the design process. All are rendered in graphite on vellum ranging in size from 9" x 12" to 17" x 14". The entire group of drawings show handling wear, folds, and toning. Overall in Very Good condition.

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Ronald McDonald and Friends Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Drawings Original Art Group of 4 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 197... (Total: 4 Original Art)
Ronald McDonald and Friends Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Drawings Original Art Group of 4 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s-80s). Ronald McDonald, Mayor McCheese, Officer Big Mac, and the Golden Arches are all featured in this group of four original Setmakers pattern drawings, created as designs for simulated leaded stained glass room dividers. All are drawn in graphite on onionskin paper, and include color code notations and floral designs. Ronald is featured in a classic "pointing" pose with fancy name lettering on paper measuring 2' 9.5" x 4' 1"; Officer Big Mac is on paper measuring 2' 6" x 3' 9.5"; the Mayor is on paper measuring 2' 6.25" x 3' 9.5", and the Golden Arches are drawn on paper measuring 2' 9.25" x 3' 9". All are rolled, with some handling and edge wear, and two pieces have a small area of discoloration at one end (away from the images); overall condition is Good.

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Gobblins/Fry Guys with Flag Etched Glass Drawing Original Art and Brownline Print (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1984).... (Total: 2 Items)
Gobblins/Fry Guys with Flag Etched Glass Drawing Original Art and Brownline Print (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1984). A Gobblin/Fry Guy marches with a thirteen-star American flag, followed by another Fry Guy with a tuba, in this Ronald's Room original Setmakers pattern drawing for an etched glass display/room divider. These fuzzy, french fry-loving creatures were known as Gobblins before 1983, and then as Fry Kids beginning in 1987. On this drawing, above the lettering (noted here as "Ronald Room"), is a Gobblin wearing a three-cornered hat, leading us to think this may have been intended for some location with ties to the 1776 American Revolution. The art is in graphite on onionskin paper measuring approximately 3' 7" x 6' 10". A matching same-size brownline architectural-style print on vellum-type paper of this image is also included. Both pieces are rolled, with minor handling and edge wear. Very Good condition.

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McDonaldland Train Etched Glass Room Divider Drawing Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s-80s)....
McDonaldland Train Etched Glass Room Divider Drawing Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s-80s). A very impressive and highly detailed drawing of an old-fashioned steam locomotive and wood tender (with GTR 255 written on the side) going down the tracks is featured on this original Setmakers pattern drawing for an etched glass display/room divider. Art is in graphite on onionskin paper measuring approximately 3' 9.5" x 2' 9.75". Etching codes are noted throughout this lovely piece of art, which includes trees and billowing smoke coming from the chimney, or smokestack. The paper is rolled, with minor handling and edge wear. Very Good condition.

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Ronald McDonald/Ronald's Room Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Drawings Original Art Group of 2 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1... (Total: 2 Original Art)
Ronald McDonald/Ronald's Room Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Drawings Original Art Group of 2 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1980s). Interesting pair of Ronald's Room preliminary drawings. These are original Setmakers pattern drawings for simulated leaded stained glass display/room dividers. The first piece has a smiling partial figure Ronald McDonald surrounded by flowers, drawn in graphite on onionskin paper measuring approximately 3' x 2' 5.25". The second piece is a "Welcome to Ronald's Room" in German, lettering and border only; it too is in graphite on onionskin paper, measuring approximately 3' x 4' 1". The two pieces are rolled, with minor handling and edge wear. Very Good condition.

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Ronald McDonald and Gobblins Glass Room Divider Drawings Original Art Group of 2 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1984).... (Total: 2 Items)
Ronald McDonald and Gobblins Glass Room Divider Drawings Original Art Group of 2 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1984). A pair of original Setmakers pattern drawings, created for simulated leaded stained glass or etched glass display/room dividers. These are large drawings, in graphite on onionskin paper; each piece includes code notations throughout. The first includes a great image of Ronald McDonald with two Gobblins, and a Filet-O-Fish jumping from a pond in front; fancy display lettering at the bottom notes this as for a Ronald's Room. Paper size is approximately 3' 6" x 5' 9". The second drawing features one Gobblin with attractive pond images, including some cattails; paper measures approximately 3' 6" x 5' 4". Both pieces are rolled, with some handling and edge wear. Overall, condition is Very Good.

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Ronald McDonald Ronald's Room Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Drawing Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s)....
Ronald McDonald Ronald's Room Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Drawing Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s). Here is an original Setmakers pattern drawing for a simulated leaded stained glass display/room divider featuring a great bust portrait of Ronald McDonald with a floral pattern and "Ronald's Room" display lettering. The art is in graphite on onionskin paper measuring approximately 3' x 4' 5". This is an attractive piece, with no color code notations. Some edge wear with small tears, and usual amount of handling wear; overall, Very Good condition.

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Ronald McDonald, Mayor McCheese, and Officer Big Mac Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Print Group of 3 (McDonald's/Setmaker... (Total: 3 Items)
Ronald McDonald, Mayor McCheese, and Officer Big Mac Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Print Group of 3 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s-80s). Group of architectural-style brownline prints featuring the top three McDonaldland characters. These were created as Setmakers patterns for simulated leaded stained glass display/room dividers. Ronald McDonald, Mayor McCheese, and Officer Big Mac are all seen in full-figure poses; each on a sheet of vellum-type paper measuring approximately 30" x 47". The art is printed in reverse, with color codes noted in graphite on the obverse side. All three pieces are rolled, with minor handling and edge wear. Very Good overall condition.

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Grimace and Gobblin Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s)....
Grimace and Gobblin Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s). A very happy Grimace takes delivery of a milkshake from one of his Gobblin pals in this serene McDonaldland scene. This amazing hand-inked rendering is the original design for one of Setmakers' custom-designed simulated leaded glass panels. These panels served as both decorative items and as room dividers in McDonald's restaurants. The image measures 21" x 32" on a rolled sheet of vellum which displays very light handling wear; it comes from the Setmakers Archives. Condition is Very Good.

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McDonaldland Etched Glass Design Original Art and Print Group of 2 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1984).... (Total: 2 Items)
McDonaldland Etched Glass Design Original Art and Print Group of 2 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1984). Captain Crook leads the procession while Grimace rollerskates behind, and a Gobblin brings up the rear, in the original McDonaldland pencil design. The hand-rendered graphite drawing, attributed to artist Wes Cook, was created for a large etched glass panel to decorate a McDonald's restaurant. It measures 34.5" x 57.5" on a rolled sheet of vellum. With it is a print of the art with handwritten notes indicating areas to be etched throughout the artwork. Both pieces show handling and edge wear; otherwise, condition is Very Good.

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Officer Big Mac and Gobblins Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s)....
Officer Big Mac and Gobblins Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s). This huge hand-inked rendering features Officer Big Mac in hot pursuit of a fry-stealing Gobblin. The boldly outlined image is in black ink on two vellum sheets joined together with tape. The overall measurement is 4' 5.5" x 3' 1". A label affixed to the top right corner indicates that it was designed as one of Setmeakers' simulated leaded glass room dividers. The paper has been rolled, folded, and shows handling and edge wear; otherwise, condition is Very Good.

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McDonaldland In-Store Décor Design Drawing Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s)....
McDonaldland In-Store Décor Design Drawing Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s). Mayor McCheese addresses a handful of his McDonaldland constituents including an Apple Pie Tree, and assorted Gobblins, in the this full-scale graphite rendering attributed to the hand of artist and theme park designer Wes Cook. The artwork has an overall measurement of 24" x 55.5" on white vellum with "SLG 42" handwritten in the lower right corner. The paper shows minor handling wear, is rolled, and has two tears on the right edge that have been repaired with clear tape. Condition is Very Good.

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McDonald's Architectural Plans for Germany Original Art/Print Group of 6 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1979).... (Total: 6 Original Art)
McDonald's Architectural Plans for Germany Original Art/Print Group of 6 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1979). This is a collection of six original interior decoration plans and renderings created for McDonald's restaurants in Germany. They showcase McDonaldland in the form of murals, wall décor and elevation plans for store and seating layouts. Five are drawn in graphite, one is a print, and all are on 24" x 36" sheets of vellum. These pieces provide a fascinating real world look into how Ronald McDonald and his magical world was transformed from TV commercials to in-store environments. All show minor handling wear, edge wear, and small border tears. Condition is Good.

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McDonaldland Graphic Sign Lettering Art Group of 3 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970-80s).... (Total: 3 Original Art)
McDonaldland Graphic Sign Lettering Art Group of 3 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970-80s). This is a set of three original graphite renderings for McDonald's in-store signage. The first sign is for the Hamburglar's primary mode of transportation in McDonaldland which reads "Paddy Wagon" and is drawn on a 22" x 40" sheet of vellum. Sign two reads "For Ronald's Special Little Friends" and is graphite on a 12" x 22" sheet of vellum. The third sign reads "The Professor's Machine" and is drawn on 9.5" x 36" vellum. The three designs were part of McDonald's efforts to incorporate their hugely successful McDonaldland characters into the dining experience. All are from the Setmakers Archives, and show minor handling wear, edge wear, and small tears; otherwise, condition is Very Good.

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McDonald's Golden Arches Logo Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s)....
McDonald's Golden Arches Logo Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s). This is original one-of-a-kind graphite rendering reads "Courtesy of McDonald's" with the Golden Arches logo underneath. The artwork measures 16" x 24" on a 35" x 23" sheet of vellum. Hand-rendered artwork of this iconic logo recognized around the world is very rare. The paper shows minor handling wear, edge wear, and edge tears; otherwise, condition is Good.

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McDonald's Architectural Plans for Germany Original Art Group of 11 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1979).... (Total: 11 Original Art)
McDonald's Architectural Plans for Germany Original Art Group of 11 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1979). Eleven original hand-drawn and printed interior design plans for multiple McDonald's locations throughout Germany make up this lot. These are the actual plans for the incorporation of McDonaldland characters and scenery into McDonald's restaurants and they serve as an excellent example of the global appeal of Ronald McDonald and all his McDonaldland friends. Seating arrangements, wall plaques, and McDonaldland Train placement can all be seen in this exclusive inside look at how Setmakers brought the magical world of McDonaldland to life. Each sheet comes from the Setmakers Archives, and measures 24" x 36". Each displays minor handling wear, edge wear, and folds; otherwise, condition is Very Good.

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McDonald's Architectural Plans for Germany Original Art Group of 10 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1979).... (Total: 10 Original Art)
McDonald's Architectural Plans for Germany Original Art Group of 10 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1979). Original interior design plans for multiple McDonald's locations throughout Germany make up this lot of ten pieces. These are the actual working plans used in the incorporation of McDonaldland and its beloved characters into McDonald's restaurants. Featured are plans for a Captain Crook's ship seating area, a McDonaldland train car seating area, wall mural designs, and Ronald's Room decor. These compositions, rendered in graphite with printed elements, truly illustrate the global appeal of the magical world of McDonaldland. All come from the Setmakers Archives, and are on 24" x 36" vellum sheets with minor handling wear, edge wear, and folds; otherwise, condition is Very Good.

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McDonald's Architectural Plans for Germany Original Art Group of 11 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1979).... (Total: 11 Original Art)
McDonald's Architectural Plans for Germany Original Art Group of 11 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1979). Here are eleven architectural plans and renderings of McDonaldland restaurant decor created to bring the mythical world of Ronald McDonald and friends into McDonald's locations throughout Germany. They include original artwork by Setmakers' Creative Director Wes Cook and feature designs for murals, wall decor, tabletop displays, custom seating, and train setups. Each is rendered on 24" x 36" vellum with a Setmakers logo in the bottom right corner. Dates and specific locations are detailed as well in these truly historic McDonaldland designs, which come from the Setmakers Archives. All show minor handling wear, edge wear, and folds. Condition is Very Good.

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McDonald's Architectural Plans for Germany Original Art Group of 5 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1979).... (Total: 5 Original Art)
McDonald's Architectural Plans for Germany Original Art Group of 5 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1979). Offered here is a collection of five detailed architectural plans designed for several McDonald's locations in Germany. They were created in an effort to re-brand their franchises with the wildly popular McDonaldland characters. The group showcases interior wall décor, custom seating concepts, outdoor merchandising, murals, and simulated leaded glass installations; all from the Setmakers Archives. Each is rendered on a 24" x 36" sheet and all show minor handling wear, edge wear, and folds. Condition is Good.

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Mayor McCheese Tabletop Statue Design Drawings Original Art Group of 13 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s-80s).... (Total: 13 Original Art)
Mayor McCheese Tabletop Statue Design Drawings Original Art Group of 13 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s-80s). Setmakers developed their tabletop statues in an effort to incorporate the McDonaldland characters into the McDonald's restaurant dining experience. These characters were mounted to tabletops in their dining rooms to promote the character and create a fun, family environment. This is a hand-rendered graphite drawing by Setmakers' artist Wes Cook for their Mayor McCheese tabletop statue. There are a total of 13 drawings and character studies for the statue, ranging in size from 6" to 9" tall on light vellum trimmed to a variety of sizes; all come from the Setmakers Archive. Minor handling wear, edge wear, and folds. Condition is Good.

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Officer Big Mac and Gobblins Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Drawing Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s). ...
Officer Big Mac and Gobblins Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Drawing Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s). Officer Big Mac guards a Fry Patch from a couple of Gobblins in this original Setmakers pattern drawing for a simulated leaded stained glass display/room divider. It's a great, fun image hand-drawn in graphite on onionskin paper measuring 3' x 3' 6". The paper is rolled, with minor handling and edge wear. Very Good condition.

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Mayor McCheese Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1970s)....
Mayor McCheese Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1970s). This enormous hand-inked artwork of McDonaldland's beloved Mayor McCheese is the final full-scale rendering for one of Setmakers' simulated leaded glass room dividers. The bold, black ink drawing from the Setmakers Archives features Mayor McCheese and a couple of Gobblins amongst flowers and is drawn on vellum measuring 4' 5" x 3'. The massive piece, with part of the image added and secured with tape, has been both folded in half and rolled. The bottom edge has a few small tears that do not effect the art and the right corner features handwritten design notes. There is minor handling and edge wear; otherwise, condition is Good.

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McDonaldland Sign Design Original Art Group of 2 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s).... (Total: 2 Original Art)
McDonaldland Sign Design Original Art Group of 2 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s). Here is a pair of original graphite renderings of a sign for the magical, make-believe world of McDonaldland. They are neatly rendered on 14" x 40" vellum and the second version contains coded color call-outs. These come from the Setmakers Archives; both have been rolled and exhibit handling wear; otherwise, condition is Very Good.

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McDonaldland German Signage Design Art Group of 2 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s).... (Total: 2 Original Art)
McDonaldland German Signage Design Art Group of 2 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s). The appeal of Ronald McDonald and his McDonaldland friends is worldwide and this pair of graphite signage renderings for a McDonald's in Germany are an excellent example of that. They read, "Wilkommen Im Ronald McDonald Raum" which is German for "Welcome to the Ronald McDonald Room." These Setmakers Archives pieces are hand-drawn on vellum paper measuring 17" x 17" and 17" x 12" respectively. Both show folds, ceases and edge wear; otherwise, condition is Good. .

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McDonald's Playground Carousel Original Art by Wes Cook Group of 2 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1980s).... (Total: 2 Items)
McDonald's Playground Carousel Original Art by Wes Cook Group of 2 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1980s). Pair of original Wes Cook illustrations of a proposed McDonald Playland Carousel, done for a West Germany location. Artwork is on board measuring 15" x 20" and 14" x 23". The proposed carousel has both Gobblins and Hamburgers from the Hamburger Patch as ride characters. Art is in graphite and acrylic paint on board, with Setmakers ID on bottom borders. Both are from the Setmakers Archives and are considered extremely rare. The images of the ride are approximately 11" and 10". Mayor McCheese sits on top of one of the proposed ride concepts. Minor handling wear. Very Good condition.

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Ronald McDonald Interior Decor Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1970s)....
Ronald McDonald Interior Decor Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1970s). This is an amazing hand-inked portrait of Ronald McDonald, created as an interior decor piece for McDonald's restaurants in the 1970s. A boldly outlined Ronald gesturing with his hands is embellished with simple floral designs above and below; "Ronald McDonald" is handwritten in the lower left corner. The overall image measures 30" x 18" on a rolled sheet of 33" x 22" vellum which shows handling and edge wear, and light tanning along the right edge; otherwise, condition on this Setmakers Archive item is Very Good.

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Ronald McDonald Etched Glass Room Divider Design Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1984)....
Ronald McDonald Etched Glass Room Divider Design Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1984). This large, tightly rendered, graphite portrait of Ronald McDonald is an original custom design for a Setmakers Etched Glass Room Divider. These dividers were installed in McDonald's restaurants to help section off the Ronald's Room party areas from the rest of the dining room. The artwork, from the Setmakers Archives, measures 24" x 24" on 31" x 28.5" vellum. The piece has been rolled and there is a tear to the lower left of the art and a Setmakers logo dated 1984 in the lower right. Condition is Good.

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Golden Arches with Floral Design Glass Room Divider Drawing Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s)....
Golden Arches with Floral Design Glass Room Divider Drawing Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s). Large to-scale graphite rendering of a McDonald's Setmakers pattern design featuring the Golden Arches with a floral pattern. Color codes and handwritten throughout. Art is on a sheet of thin architectural-type paper, measuring 3' 1.75" x 3' 4.75". Art is folded and rolled, with handling and edge wear. Good condition.

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Captain Crook's Pirate Ship Architectural Plans Group of 3 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1973/78).... (Total: 3 Original Art)
Captain Crook's Pirate Ship Architectural Plans Group of 3 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1973/78). Captain Crook sailed his pirate ship in Filet-O-Fish lake, always on the lookout for his favorite swimming food -- Filet-O-Fish. Three original architectural plans for a seating area inspired by the Captain's ship make up this lot, all from the Setmakers Archives. These detailed drawings feature plans for the ship's components and elevations. Each is rendered in graphite on vellum sheets ranging in size from 15" x 24" to 22" x 36". Evidence of minor handling wear, edge wear, and folds can be found on all; otherwise, condition is Very Good.

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Officer Big Mac and Golden Arches Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Drawing/Print Group of 3 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s... (Total: 3 Items)
Officer Big Mac and Golden Arches Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Drawing/Print Group of 3 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s). Pair of large Setmakers stained glass pattern design drawings, including original art for a scene of Officer Big Mac chasing Gobblins, measuring 3' 5.5" x 3' 11.25" and a printed sheet of the Golden Arches surrounded by flowers, measuring 3' 1.25" x 3' 4". Each piece is full-sized. Both architectural-style drawings are on onionskin paper, and include handwritten color codes throughout. Folded and rolled, with edge wear and small tears; Good condition.

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Captain Crook's Pirate Ship Architectural Plans and Drawings Group of 40 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1974).... (Total: 40 Original Art)
Captain Crook's Pirate Ship Architectural Plans and Drawings Group of 40 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1974). Captain Crook sailed his pirate ship in search of the ultimate prize -- Filet-O-Fish! In many McDonald's restaurants, custom seating areas designed by Setmakers to resemble his ship were installed in Ronald's Rooms. This is a set of over 40 architectural plans and one-of-a-kind Wes Cook drawings created in the development of these McDonaldland inspired dining booths. An array of sizes are included in this enormous Setmakers Archives collection which represents real McDonald's and McDonaldland history from its early days. All are folded and exhibit minor handling wear, border wear, and folds; otherwise, condition is Good.

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Ronald McDonald and Gobblins Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Design Drawings Group of 3 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s).... (Total: 3 Items)
Ronald McDonald and Gobblins Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Design Drawings Group of 3 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s). Group of three large Setmakers stained glass design patterns, drawn to scale in graphite on onionskin paper, with color notes. First is a bust of Ronald McDonald, on paper measuring 33.75" x 33". Second piece features a Gobblin with a milkshake, on paper measuring 20.5" x 29.5". Finally, there is huge McDonaldland logo (with no color notes) on paper measuring approximately 46" x 90". All are rolled, in Very Good condition.

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McDonaldland Express Signage Design Drawing Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s)....
McDonaldland Express Signage Design Drawing Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s). "All aboard the McDonaldland Express!" Here is an actual hand-rendered graphite design for a McDonald's restaurant train decor. Train themes were extremely popular with McDonald's and one was often featured in McDonaldland commercials. Some franchises even featured real train cars as party rooms. Setmakers created a variety of items based on McDonaldland's Train and this sign was created to work in combination with them. The tightly rendered image from the Setmakers Archives contains a few coded color call-outs and measures 6.5" x 29" on 24" x 36" vellum. A section of right corner measuring approximately 13" diagonally has been torn away, but does not effect the artwork. Condition is Good.

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Two Gobblins Large Pattern Drawing Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s)....
Two Gobblins Large Pattern Drawing Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s). Two fry-loving Gobblins within a decorative frame design are featured on this Setmakers stained glass pattern drawing. The art is in black ink/marker, drawn architectural-style on onionskin paper measuring 22" x 46". Rolled, with minor handling and edge wear. Very Good condition.

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McDonald's Apple Pie Room Signage Design Art Group of 3 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s-80s).... (Total: 3 Original Art)
McDonald's Apple Pie Room Signage Design Art Group of 3 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s-80s). Apple Pie Rooms were designated areas within McDonald's restaurants where children's parties could be held. In this lot are three original hand-drawn designs of Apple Pie Room signage. All three full-scale drawings are rendered in graphite and range in size from 11" x 65" to 8" x 36" on rolled vellum sheets. Each design is slightly different; all come from the Setmakers Archives. The largest of the three features a Setmakers' logo in the lower right corner and is dated 12/27/76. All show minor handling and edge wear; otherwise, condition is Very Good.

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Fred Thomas Good Ol' Bo Tryout Sunday Comic Strip Preliminary Original Art (c. 1960s-70s)....
Fred Thomas Good Ol' Bo Tryout Sunday Comic Strip Preliminary Original Art (c. 1960s-70s). Thomas sought to outgrow his successful line of one-shot gag 'toons and the single-panel Long Shots strip, and so he concocted Good Ol' Bo as more of a sustained-narrative Sunday-funnies presentation. The running joke was to have Bo (short for Hobo) and his fellow derelicts offer cynical observations on mainstream society. In this pencils-only page of pilot-strip breakdowns, the pals seem fascinated by a comic strip about a dog and a flying doghouse -- a clever allusion to a running gag in Charles Schulz's Peanuts. Good Ol' Bo never made it past the conceptual stages, but the humor shines through in every panel. Graphite on Bristol board, built in three conjoined tiers. Image area, 18.5" x 13". Moderate toning and edge-staining. Very Good condition.

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Ronald McDonald Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Brownline Print (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s-80s)....
Ronald McDonald Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Brownline Print (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s-80s). An original oversized Setmakers architectural stained glass pattern print for a Ronald's Room design, featuring a large image of Ronald McDonald waving, surrounded by flowers. The art is printed in reverse on vellum-type paper using dark brown ink, with color codes added by hand in graphite on the other side. The paper is translucent enough for the brownline to show through on the "proper" side, and should display nicely. Size is approximately 2' 3" x 3'. Rolled, with handling and edge wear. Good condition.

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Golden Arches Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Drawing Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s-80s)....
Golden Arches Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Drawing Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s-80s). It's the symbol known by everyone all over the world -- McDonald's classic Golden Arches logo. It appears on this original Setmakers stained glass pattern, with a hand-drawn image in graphite on an enormous piece of onionskin paper, with extensions taped on, and color codes added. The overall paper size is 3' 6" x 4' 6". The page is folded and rolled, with handling and edge wear. Good condition.

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Ronald McDonald/Ronald's Room Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Brownline Print (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1983)....
Ronald McDonald/Ronald's Room Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Brownline Print (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1983). An original Setmakers stained glass pattern architectural-style brownline print on vellum paper, featuring Ronald McDonald's face and hands, and a large "Ronald's Room" logo. The art is printed in dark brown ink in reverse; obverse has penciled color code notations, and the image can be plainly seen through the translucent paper. Approximate size of paper is 36" x 58". Rolled, with minor handling and edge wear. Very Good condition.

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Officer Big Mac and Mayor McCheese Simulated Leaded Glass Original Art Group of 4 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s-80s).... (Total: 4 Original Art)
Officer Big Mac and Mayor McCheese Simulated Leaded Glass Original Art Group of 4 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s-80s). Included here are four custom designs for Setmakers' simulated leaded glass McDonald's restaurant décor. All are hand-rendered graphite designs within circular borders ranging in diameter from 25" to 27.5". There are two images of Officer Big Mac, one of his badge, and one of Mayor McCheese. All contain numeric color codes pencilled within the art. These are tremendous images of high-ranking McDonaldland officials. Each drawing is on a rolled sheet of vellum that shows handling and edge wear; all are from the Setmakers Archives. Condition is Very Good.

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Grimace and Gobblin Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Drawing Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s)....
Grimace and Gobblin Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Drawing Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s). A Gobblin delivers a milkshake to the one who loves them the most -- Grimace, of course -- in this original Setmakers stained glass pattern drawing. The art is in graphite on onionskin paper measuring 3' 4.25" x 1' 11.75". This is a great McDonaldland image, with no added color codes. The art is rolled, with minor handling and edge wear. Very Good condition.

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Gobblins and Apple Pie Trees Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Prints Group of 2 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s-80s).... (Total: 2 Items)
Gobblins and Apple Pie Trees Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Prints Group of 2 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s-80s). Pair of original Setmakers stained glass pattern architectural prints on vellum-type paper, featuring those fry-gobbling Gobblins. Each sheet includes two Gobblins, with a tree-leaf border meant to represent Apple Pie Trees and, of course, several McDonald's classic Golden Arches logos. Color code numbers have been added by hand on each of the full-scale brownline prints. Sizes are 4' 7" x 2' 6" and 4' 8" x 2' 7". Rolled, with handling and edge wear. Very Good condition.

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Train Engine Etched Glass Room Divider Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s)....
Train Engine Etched Glass Room Divider Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s). Here is a magnificent large-scale graphite artwork of a locomotive created for a custom designed etched glass room divider. These dividers were used to section off party areas in McDonald's dining rooms, so that they could be dedicated to hosting children's parties. The imagery usually featured McDonaldland characters and scenery, making this realistic train rendering very rare. This composition also includes detailed notations throughout the image indicating the different degrees of etching needed to create a variety of values within the art. It's a graphite image on vellum measuring approximately 30" x 60". The paper is rolled, and shows handling and edge wear, and a small tear in the lower right corner has been repaired with tape; otherwise, condition is Very Good.

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Grimace Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Print (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s-80s)....
Grimace Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Print (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s-80s). Full-scale Setmakers print of the rough design for a stained glass window panel, featuring milkshake-loving Grimace and a Gobblin, delivering a tasty shake to our purple-hued pal. The architectural-style image is printed on onionskin paper measuring 4' 6" x 1' 11". Rolled, with minor handling and edge wear. Very Good condition.

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McDonaldland Simulated Leaded Glass Original Art Group of 5 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1982).... (Total: 5 Original Art)
McDonaldland Simulated Leaded Glass Original Art Group of 5 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1982). Five separate images combine to form three enormous original leaded glass designs created as in-store decoration for McDonald's restaurants, and each of the pieces features numeric color codes penciled within the artwork. The first three hand-inked images are on sheets of vellum measuring approximately 33" x 78". They are three sections of a single image and, when combined, they form a gigantic Ronald's Room design. The second black ink rendering features the Golden Arches centered amongst apples and floral designs on a 20" x 77" sheet of vellum. Third is a design incorporating Grimace, Hamburglar, Captain Crook, and the Professor surrounded by floral designs. It is inked on 16" x 83" vellum. All the pieces in this lot are from the Setmakers Archives; they date from January 1982, are rolled, and show light handling wear; otherwise, condition is Very Good.

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Officer Big Mac and Gobblins Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Illustration Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s)....
Officer Big Mac and Gobblins Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Illustration Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s). An original Setmakers stained glass pattern illustration of Officer Big Mac chasing down some fry-stealing Gobblins, drawing in ink on onionskin paper measuring 1' 9" x 2' 8". This would have been the actual scale art used to make brownline prints, which would then go toward making the glass displays. Great image! Rolled, with minor handling and edge wear. Very Good condition.

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The Professor Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Original Art Enhanced Brownline Print (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s)....
The Professor Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Original Art Enhanced Brownline Print (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s). An early version of the Professor, standing next to his Magical Time Machine, done as a Setmakers stained glass pattern; this is a brownline print with added art detail. The art is in graphite on onionskin paper measuring approximately 3' 7" x 5' 8.5" -- yes, it's huge! The art is to scale for the actual project. The paper has some taped-on extensions, and is folded and rolled with handling and edge wear. Good condition.

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Floral Design Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Drawings Original Art Group of 3 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s-80s).... (Total: 3 Items)
Floral Design Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Drawings Original Art Group of 3 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s-80s). Trio of oversized stained glass architectural-style pattern drawings, each in graphite on onionskin paper. All three are floral designs, with no McDonaldland characters. Approximate size for each is 2' 7" x 2' 5". Rolled, with minor handling and edge wear. Very Good condition.

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Ronald McDonald Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Drawings Original Art Group of 2 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s-80s).... (Total: 2 Items)
Ronald McDonald Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Drawings Original Art Group of 2 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s-80s). Pair of original Setmakers oversized stained glass pattern drawings, each featuring the colorful spokes-clown for McDonald's, Ronald McDonald. Both pieces are in graphite on taped-together sheets of onionskin paper, drawn in an architectural style. First up is a large bust of Ronald surrounded by flowers, with an approximate paper measurement of 6' .5" x 45". The second is a sign for a Ronald's Room, with Ronald to one side; paper size is approximately 6' x 1' 10". Both full-scale pieces are rolled, with handling and edge wear. Good condition.

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McDonald's Playland and Gobblin Signage Original Art Group of 6 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s-80s).... (Total: 6 Original Art)
McDonald's Playland and Gobblin Signage Original Art Group of 6 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s-80s). The very first McDonald's Playland was opened in 1971 in Chula Vista, California. It was an instant hit and thousands more were constructed over the following decades. Included in this lot are six original hand-inked drawings and color-key models for the production of Playland signs. Each is on vellum and some include numeric color codes added in pencil. Some of the imagery also features wonderful images of Gobblins. They come from the Setmakers Archives, and range in size from 14" x 22" to 17" x 44". All have been rolled, show handling wear, edge wear, and small tears; otherwise, condition is Good.

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McDonaldland Floral Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Drawing Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s-80s)....
McDonaldland Floral Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Drawing Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s-80s). An original Setmakers stained glass pattern drawing, in graphite on onionskin paper. This is a nice floral display panel drawing, done to scale, with a paper size of 48.5" x 35.75". Rolled, with minor handling and edge wear. Very Good condition.

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McDonald's Party Room Signage Original Art Group of 3 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1980s).... (Total: 3 Original Art)
McDonald's Party Room Signage Original Art Group of 3 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1980s). Here are three custom signage designs for McDonald's restaurant's in-store party rooms, all from the Setmakers Archives. The first includes three sign options for a franchise in Schofield, Wisconsin. They include designs for a Captain Crook's Room, Fountain Room, and McDonaldland Train Room. All three are neatly rendered in graphite and the piece is dated 9/14/80. The second graphite drawing shows designs for a Grimace Room and Captain Crook's Room. These were created for a McDonald's in Bloomfield, Connecticut and are dated 5/1/81. The third piece in this lot is an amber print of sign options for Playland and Ronald McDonald's Playland. In addition to the sign art are images of an Apple Pie Tree, Gobblin, and Officer Big Mac. This print is also for the Bloomfield, Connecticut location and is dated 7/27/81. All three pieces are on Setmakers-branded vellum measuring 24" x 36" and show handing wear, tanning, and edge wear. Condition is Good.

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McDonaldland Large Signage Pattern Original Art and Print Group of 6 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1980s).... (Total: 6 Items)
McDonaldland Large Signage Pattern Original Art and Print Group of 6 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1980s). This group of six original Setmakers sign/stained glass patterns includes four hand-drawn pieces: a McDonaldland Train Station sign (lettering and plain border only) drawn in graphite on onionskin paper measuring 58" x 19.5", and three similar-sized pieces, including a Pirate's Island sign, with an outline of Captain Crook; an Apple Pie Tree Country sign with two outlines; and a Hideaway sign, with an outline of the Hamburglar (outlines are for 3-D plaques); all three are drawn in graphite on onionskin paper measuring 28.5" x 34". Also included are two prints, featuring Hamburglar and Captain Crook, for a stained glass pattern with color codes; it measures 62" x 24". The other print is of the Train Station sign, in the same size. All are rolled with minor handling and edge wear. Very Good overall condition.

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Gobblins Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Drawing Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s)....
Gobblins Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Drawing Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s). Late 1980s-90s kids knew these shaggy, goggle-eyed creatures as Fry Kids, but in the 1970s, they were Gobblins, out to steal and gobble down everyone's french fries. "Keep Your Eyes on Your Fries" was the jingle that accompanied them in McDonald's television commercials. Here's an original Setmakers stained glass pattern drawing featuring two wild Gobblins on the march, so hide those fries! The art is in graphite on onionskin paper measuring 36" x 27". Rolled, with minor handling and edge wear. Very Good condition.

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Ronald McDonald Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Drawing Original Art and Print Group (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s-80s).... (Total: 2 Items)
Ronald McDonald Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Drawing Original Art and Print Group (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s-80s). Here's "the smile known around the world" in a Setmakers stained glass pattern drawing. This is a large, drawn to scale image of Ronald McDonald, rendered in graphite on onionskin paper measuring approximately 3' x 3'. The art includes color codes written throughout the design. Also included is a size reduction print of the same image, measuring 24" x 24". Rolled, with minor handling and edge wear. Very Good condition.

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Ronald's Room Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s)....
Ronald's Room Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s). Here is a magnificent hand-drawn portrait of the clown who started it all. It is the original pencil design for one of Setmakers' simulated leaded glass room dividers. This Setmakers Archives piece was designed specifically for Ronald's Rooms which were partitioned areas within a McDonald's restaurant dedicated to hosting children's parties. Handwritten beneath the art is a date of 5/2/79 and "Ronald Room Full Scale Master" indicating that it is the final approved design used in production. The enormous image of Ronald McDonald set amongst floral elements measures a staggering 3' 7.5" x 4' 8.5" on 3' x 5' 5" vellum that is rolled, and shows minor handling wear, edge wear; otherwise, condition is Very Good.

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Ronald McDonald/Ronald's Room Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Drawing Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1978)....
Ronald McDonald/Ronald's Room Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Drawing Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1978). A simply fantastic original Setmakers stained glass pattern drawing featuring a large image of Ronald McDonald's face and hands surrounded by flowers, and featuring a hand-drawn "Ronald's Room" fancy lettered logo. The art is in graphite on onionskin paper measuring 2' 3" x 2' 1". It's a superb image, with no color codes added. Rolled, with handling and edge wear. Good condition.

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McDonaldland Gobblin Interior Decor Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s)....
McDonaldland Gobblin Interior Decor Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s). A Gobblin set amongst a floral background makes up the whimsical imagery of this original hand-drawn graphite design. This one-of-a-kind rendering of one of McDonaldland's beloved fry-stealing critters is attributed to Setmakers' artist Wes Cook and was created as a decorative element for McDonald's restaurants. The finely detailed pencil rendering is on a 25.5" x 24" rolled sheet of white vellum. The paper shows minor handling and edge wear; otherwise, condition is Fine.

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Grimace Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Drawing Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s)....
Grimace Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Drawing Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s). Great original Setmakers stained glass pattern drawing of Grimace, with a milkshake in each hand (naturally). This is a full scale image, drawn in graphite on onionskin paper measuring 2' x 3'. It's a wonderful image of our big lovable purple pal! Rolled, with minor handling and edge wear. Very Good condition.

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Ronald McDonald and Gobblins Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Print Group of 8 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s-80s).... (Total: 8 Items)
Ronald McDonald and Gobblins Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Print Group of 8 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s-80s). Group of oversized Setmakers architectural-style brown and black line prints of stained glass patterns, featuring Ronald McDonald, Gobblins, and floral designs. These are printed on vellum in various sizes; most are 24"-25" in height, with widths ranging from 37" to 55". Color code notations have been added by hand in graphite. Rolled, with minor handling and edge wear. Very Good condition.

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Ronald McDonald Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Design Drawing Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s)....
Ronald McDonald Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Design Drawing Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s). The Smile Known Around the World -- Ronald McDonald is the central image of this custom designed Ronald's Room artwork. The boldly rendered image is in black ink on vellum measuring 27" x 36". It was created as a template for one of Setmakers' simulated leaded glass room dividers, and notes along the bottom of the sheet detail line thickness compared to lead thickness. This is the actual final art that was used in the production of these magnificent McDonald's restaurant decor items, and comes from the Setmakers Archives. The paper has been rolled, shows handling and edge wear; otherwise, condition is Very Good.

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Officer Big Mac, Mayor McCheese, and Grimace Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Drawings Original Art Group of 6 (McDonald's/... (Total: 6 Items)
Officer Big Mac, Mayor McCheese, and Grimace Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Drawings Original Art Group of 6 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s). A bumper group of Setmakers stained glass patterns drawn in graphite on large sheets of onionskin paper. There are two each of Officer Big Mac, Mayor McCheese, and Grimace (each with a Gobblin or two), all full-scale. Sizes range from 25" to 29" wide by 31" to 36" high. All have numerous color codes written within the design. Rolled, with minor handling and edge wear; overall Very Good condition.

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Captain Crook Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Drawing Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s-80s)....
Captain Crook Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Drawing Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s-80s). Captain Crook and several Gobblins are at Filet-O-Fish Lake in this wonderfully detailed original Setmakers stained glass pattern drawing. It's one of the best images of the always-hungry (for Filet-O-Fish) Captain, drawn in graphite on onionskin paper measuring 4' 6" x 3' 6". The architectural-style drawing is folded and rolled, with handling and edge wear. Good overall condition.

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Officer Big Mac and Mayor McCheese Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Drawings Original Art Group of 2 (McDonald's/Setmakers,... (Total: 2 Original Art)
Officer Big Mac and Mayor McCheese Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Drawings Original Art Group of 2 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s). Two oversized Setmakers stained glass pattern drawings, featuring two great McDonaldland characters, both drawn in graphite on onionskin paper, architectural-style. First is Officer Big Mac, surrounded by flowers, on two conjoined (with tape) sheets of onionskin paper measuring approximately 3' 8" x 3' 9". The second piece features Mayor McCheese, with flowers and two Gobblins. It's on two conjoined sheets of onionskin paper, measuring approximately 3' 6" x 4' 11". Both drawings are full-scale, with color notations throughout. Rolled, with handling and edge wear. Good condition.

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Ronald McDonald and The Professor Original Art Group of 2 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s-80s).... (Total: 2 Original Art)
Ronald McDonald and The Professor Original Art Group of 2 (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s-80s). Here are two original graphite renderings of Ronald and the Professor designed to work in unison. In one, Ronald listens to the Professor as Gobblins race off with stolen french fries, while in the other the Professor shows off his Gobblin stopping contraption. This pair of hand-drawn images was created to serve as a color key for a set of Setmakers' Simulated Leaded Glass decorations and the artwork bears numeric color codes throughout. Both Setmakers Archive drawings are large, covering 36" x 66" sheets of rolled vellum. They show handling wear, tanning, and some small tears along the edges; otherwise, condition is Very Good.

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Ronald McDonald Ronald's Room Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Drawing Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s-80s)....
Ronald McDonald Ronald's Room Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Drawing Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s-80s). An extra-large bust of a happy, smiling Ronald McDonald graces this original Setmakers pattern drawing for a simulated leaded stained glass display/room divider. Fancy display lettering for Ronald's Room is also on this oversized image, drawn in graphite on onionskin paper measuring approximately 3' 11" x 2' 9". The piece is rolled, with some handling and edge wear. Good condition.

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McDonaldland Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s)....
McDonaldland Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s). Officer Big Mac chases down fry-stealing Gobblins in this original full scale ink rendering. The artwork is a design for one of Setmakers' simulated leaded glass panels, and comes directly from the Setmakers Archives. These were often used as dining room dividers or simply as store decoration in McDonald's restaurants. It is tightly rendered in ink and measures a whopping 24" x 48" on rolled white vellum. The paper shows light handling and edge wear. Condition is Very Good.

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Officer Big Mac Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Design Drawing Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1970s)....
Officer Big Mac Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Design Drawing Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1970s). Gobblins and Hamburglars must be near as Officer Big Mac is sounding the alarm on his whistle in this gigantic pencil rendering. The hand-drawn image measures 33" x 45". It was created as a template for one of Setmakers' simulated leaded glass room dividers, and handwritten notes throughout the art indicate color and texture recommendations. This is the actual final art that was used in the development of custom McDonald's restaurant decor items, from the Setmakers Archives. The paper has been rolled, shows handling wear, small tears, and edge wear; otherwise, condition is Very Good.

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Grimace and Gobblin Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s)....
Grimace and Gobblin Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s). A very happy Grimace takes delivery of a milkshake from one of his Gobblin pals in this serene McDonaldland scene. This amazing hand-inked rendering from the Setmakers Archives is the original design for one of their custom-designed simulated leaded glass panels. These panels served as both decorative items and as room dividers in McDonald's restaurants. The image measures 24" x 48" on a rolled sheet of vellum which displays edge wear, tanning, and very light handling wear. Condition is Very Good.

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Gobblin Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Drawing Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s)....
Gobblin Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Drawing Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s). A Gobblin is super-busy delivering lots of thick milkshakes, in this delightful original Setmakers drawing. This was done as a pattern for a simulated leaded stained glass display/room divider. Art is in graphite on onionskin paper measuring 3' 6" x 2' 8", with no color code notations. Rolled, with minor handling and edge wear, including some wrinkling from storage; Very Good condition.

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Ronald McDonald Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Drawing Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s-80s)....
Ronald McDonald Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Drawing Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s-80s). A very large image of Ronald McDonald appears on this original Setmakers pattern drawing for a simulated leaded stained glass display/room divider. The art is in graphite on onionskin paper measuring 3' 9.5" x 4' 4.75". Paper is folded and rolled, with handling and edge wear, and a few edge tears; Good condition.

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Gobblins and Hot Air Balloon Etched Glass Room Divider Drawings Original Art and Brownline Prints Group of 4 (McDonald's/Setma... (Total: 4 Items)
Gobblins and Hot Air Balloon Etched Glass Room Divider Drawings Original Art and Brownline Prints Group of 4 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1984). Ronald McDonald's hot air balloon has been commandeered by Gobblins/Fry Guys in this incredibly large original Setmakers pattern drawing for an etched glass display/room divider. It's a very cool image, drawn in graphite on onionskin paper measuring approximately 6' 2.5" x 3' 4". An art variation is drawn in graphite (showing a Gobblin facing the opposite direction) on a separate piece of onionskin measuring 18" x 12". In addition, architectural brownline same-size prints of both pieces of art are included. Items are rolled, with minor handling and edge wear. Very Good condition.

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McDonaldland Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s)....
McDonaldland Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s). Mayor McCheese chats with some Gobblins and a very bored Apple Pie Tree in this original full scale ink rendering. The artwork is a design for one of Setmakers' Simulated Leaded Glass panels. These were often used as dining room dividers or simply as store decoration. This piece, from the Setmakers Archives, is tightly rendered in ink and measures a whopping 24" x 48" on rolled white vellum. The paper shows light handling and edge wear. Condition is Very Good.

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Ronald McDonald Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Drawing Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1984)....
Ronald McDonald Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Drawing Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1984). Ronald McDonald signals that everything is A-OK, in this remarkable full-figure art. This is an original Setmakers pattern drawing for a simulated leaded stained glass display/room divider piece, probably intended as a Ronald's Room decoration. The art is in graphite on onionskin paper measuring 30" x 48". Art is rolled, with minor handling and edge wear. Very Good condition.

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Golden Arches and Flowers Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Drawing Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s-80s)....
Golden Arches and Flowers Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Drawing Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s-80s). The distinctive Golden Arches emblem is instantly recognized the world over as a symbol for McDonald's restaurants. Here is an original Setmakers pattern drawing for a simulated leaded stained glass display/room divider featuring that iconic logo, surrounded by floral designs with color codes added. The image is drawn full scale in graphite on onionskin paper measuring 4' 9" x 3' 7.5". Paper is folded and rolled, with minor handling and edge wear. Very Good condition.

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McDonaldland Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s)....
McDonaldland Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s). Mayor McCheese prattles on to some Gobblins and a disinterested Apple Pie Tree in this original full scale ink rendering. The artwork is a design for one of Setmakers' simulated leaded glass panels. These were often used as dining room dividers or simply as store decoration. This Setmakers Archives item is tightly rendered in ink and measures a whopping 21" x 32" on rolled white vellum. The paper shows light handling and edge wear. Condition is Very Good.

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Officer Big Mac Etched Glass Design Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1984)....
Officer Big Mac Etched Glass Design Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1984). This incredible full-figure pencil drawing of Big Mayor McCheese is original art used in the design of a large etched glass panel. These panels served as room dividers to section off the children's party room area in McDonald's restaurants. The artwork is rendered in graphite, measures 39" x 17" on a rolled sheet of vellum, and has a Setmakers' logo and "1984" written in the lower right. It comes from the Setmakers Archives. Light handling wear; otherwise, condition is Very Good.

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Officer Big Mac Etched Glass Design Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1984)....
Officer Big Mac Etched Glass Design Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1984). This amazing full-figure pencil drawing of Officer Big Mac is original art used in the design of a large etched glass panel. These panels served as room dividers to section off the children's party room area in McDonald's restaurants. The artwork comes from the Setmakers Archives, and is rendered in graphite, on a rolled sheet of vellum measuring 39" x 17" with a Setmakers' logo and the year 1984 in the lower right. Light handling wear; otherwise, condition is Very Good.

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Golden Arches and Gobblins Etched Glass Design Original Art and Print (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1984)....
Golden Arches and Gobblins Etched Glass Design Original Art and Print (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1984). Many McDonald's restaurants used large etched glass panels as decorative room dividers in their dining areas and this artwork is the original hand-drawn pencil design for one featuring the Golden Arches logo bordered by two Gobblins. The one-of-a-kind rendering measures 36" x 36" on a rolled sheet of onionskin measuring 3' 5" x 4'. Along with it are two copies reduced to approximately 50% and 30%; all come from the Setmakers Archives. Minor handling and edge wear can be seen; otherwise, condition is Very Good.

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Ronald Room Etched Glass Design Original Art Group of 2 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1984).... (Total: 2 Original Art)
Ronald Room Etched Glass Design Original Art Group of 2 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1984). This magnificent composition reads "Ronald Room" and features Ronald McDonald perched in a tree, reading a book, and angling for Filet-O-Fish. It is the original art used in the design of large etched glass panels which served as room dividers to section off the children's party room area in McDonald's restaurants. The artwork is rendered in graphite with a printed section added as an edit. It measures 36" x 49" on a rolled sheet of vellum with a Setmakers' logo and the year 1984 in the lower right. Along with the original art is a full-size reproduction with handwritten callouts indicating which areas in the image were to be etched; all are from the Setmakers Archives. Light stains and handling wear; otherwise, condition is Very Good.

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Grimace and Officer Big Mac Etched Glass Design Original Art Group of 3 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1984).... (Total: 3 Original Art)
Grimace and Officer Big Mac Etched Glass Design Original Art Group of 3 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1984). Clear off some wall space because here are three enormous graphite renderings featuring two of McDonaldland's best characters. Both are designs for etched glass panels custom designed to decorate McDonald's restaurants, and come from the Setmakers Archives. First is a full-figure drawing of Grimace within a floral border measuring 4' 9" x 3' 1" on rolled vellum. The pencil outline drawing has handwritten etching notes throughout. The second and third drawing combine to make a gigantic 4' 8" x 5' 5" pencil drawing of Officer Big Mac. They too have etching notes written on them. All of the pieces have a Setmakers' 1984 logo in the lower right corner and show minor handling wear; otherwise, condition is Very Good.

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Officer Big Mac and Mayor McCheese Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Original Art and Print Group of 4 (McDonald's/Setmakers... (Total: 4 Original Art)
Officer Big Mac and Mayor McCheese Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Original Art and Print Group of 4 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1984). These four pieces make up the final designs for two Setmakers' simulated leaded glass dividers. One features Officer Big Mac and the other Mayor McCheese. The hand-inked artwork for both measure approximately 3' 5" x 3' 3" on rolled vellum. A matching print with handwritten color codes throughout the image in included with each. An amazing group of portraits showcasing McDonaldland's Hamburger-headed heroes. The paper on all shows handling and edge wear. Condition is Good.

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Ronald McDonald Etched Glass Pattern Design Original Art and Prints Group of 3 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1984).... (Total: 3 Original Art)
Ronald McDonald Etched Glass Pattern Design Original Art and Prints Group of 3 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1984). Here are three magnificent images of Ronald McDonald that were used in the development of a Setmakers etched glass room divider. These dividers were installed in McDonald's restaurants to help section off Ronald's Room party areas from the rest of the dining room. Included in this Setmakers Archive lot is one original hand-inked image, one blueprint of the original, and one amber print of the original with etching codes handwritten throughout the artwork. All measure 53" x 29" on rolled paper and show handling and light edge wear. Condition is Good.

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Ronald McDonald Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Design Original Art Group of 2 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1984).... (Total: 2 Original Art)
Ronald McDonald Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Design Original Art Group of 2 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1984). This is a pair of wonderfully large Ronald McDonald portraits, one in ink and the other in graphite. Both were created in the development of a Setmakers' simulated leaded glass room divider. These dividers were installed in McDonald's restaurants to help section off the Ronald's Room party areas from the rest of the dining room. Each measures 30" x 36" on rolled vellum. The graphite image served as a color model and contains handwritten color codes throughout the artwork. These come from the Setmakers Archive; both show handling and minor edge wear; otherwise, condition is Very Good.

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McDonaldland Etched Glass Room Divider Original Art Group of 3(McDonald's/Setmakers, 1984).... (Total: 3 Original Art)
McDonaldland Etched Glass Room Divider Original Art Group of 3(McDonald's/Setmakers, 1984). Each of these three graphite renderings feature a pair of McDonaldland stars and are tremendous, both in size and composition. There is Mayor McCheese with Captain Crook, Officer Big Mac with Hamburglar, and Grimace in front of his castle with a Gobblin. They measure approximately 51" x 46" on sheets of vellum that have been folded and rolled. All three are from the Setmakers Archive, and have notes on etching tints throughout the images plus a Setmakers logo in the lower right corner. The lot shows handling and edge wear, and light staining; otherwise, condition is Good.

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Gobblin Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Drawings Original Art Group of 8 (McDonald's Setmakers, c. 1970s-80s).... (Total: 8 Items)
Gobblin Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Drawings Original Art Group of 8 (McDonald's Setmakers, c. 1970s-80s). Large group of original Setmakers inked pattern drawings for simulated leaded stained glass partitions for McDonald's restaurants. Six of the drawings feature those pesky fry-stealing Gobblins cavorting about with clouds for backgrounds; the remaining two feature cloud designs only. All are in black ink on onionskin paper; sizes include 3' 5.25" x 2'; 2' 5.5" x 2'; 2' 9.25" x 2'; 3' 1" x 2'; 3' 9.75" x 2'; and 4' 2" x 2' for the Gobblins. Cloud panels measure 3' 6" x 2' and 2' 8" x 2'. All are rolled. One piece has some taped-from-behind art corrections. All have mild handling and edge wear. Very Good condition.

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McDonaldland Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Original Art/Print Group of 2 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1984).... (Total: 2 Items)
McDonaldland Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Original Art/Print Group of 2 (McDonald's/Setmakers, 1984). Three beautiful designs in one in this lot featuring all of McDonaldland's favorite characters. These hand-inked designs were created for Setmakers' simulated leaded glass valances used to decorate McDonald's restaurants. The top image is Ronald and Grimace with a Gobblin, below it is Officer Big Mac and Captain Crook, and in the bottom Hamburglar and Mayor McCheese. A copy, with coded color call-outs handwritten throughout, is also included. The pair are on rolled sheets of vellum that show handling and edge wear. Condition is Very Good.

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Ronald McDonald and Friends Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Drawings Original Art Group of 5 (McDonald's Setmakers, 1984).... (Total: 5 Original Art)
Ronald McDonald and Friends Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Drawings Original Art Group of 5 (McDonald's Setmakers, 1984). Ronald McDonald, Officer Big Mac, Mayor McCheese, Grimace, and Captain Crook are featured in this group of original Setmakers pattern drawings for simulated leaded stained glass room dividers. All drawings are in graphite on onionskin paper, measuring approximately 3' 6" x 3' 6" (Ronald McDonald), 3' 4" x 3' 3.5" (Officer Big Mac and Mayor McCheese), 3' 1" x 3' 7" (Grimace), and 3' 4" x 3' 4" (Captain Crook, holding a Filet-O-Fish). All are rolled, with some handling and edge wear; some have a few edge pieces missing (nothing affecting the image area). Overall Very Good condition.

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Ronald McDonald and Hamburglar Etched Glass Room Divider Original Art Group of 2 (McDonald's Setmakers, 1970s-80s).... (Total: 2 Items)
Ronald McDonald and Hamburglar Etched Glass Room Divider Original Art Group of 2 (McDonald's Setmakers, 1970s-80s). Original Setmakers etched glass pattern drawings for two large pieces that served as signage, both fully inked. Ronald McDonald holds a Gobblin in the first, with the message, "Welcome to McDonald's." The Hamburglar is in the second piece, with a Hamburger Patch burger in his hand; message reads, "Thank You For Visiting -- Come Again." Both are in black ink on onionskin paper measuring approximately 6' 8" x 3' 8". Rolled, with some handling and edge wear, with some tears and small missing edge pieces (away from the image area); overall, Very Good condition.

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Grimace and Gobblins Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s)....
Grimace and Gobblins Simulated Leaded Glass Room Divider Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s). Grimace lazes while a Gobblin brings him another thick shake, in this fun scene. The artwork is a design for one of Setmakers' simulated leaded glass panels. These were often used as dining room dividers or simply as store decoration. This Setmakers Archive drawing is flawlessly rendered in ink and measures a whopping 24" x 48" on rolled vellum. The paper shows light handling wear, tanning, and edge wear. Condition is Very Good.

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Gobblins Window Graphic Design Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s)....
Gobblins Window Graphic Design Original Art (McDonald's/Setmakers, c. 1970s). This massive pencil rendering of a pair of Gobblins framed in floral elements is an original custom McDonald's restaurant window graphic design, from the Setmakers Archives. The artwork is in graphite on two vellum sheets taped together with an overall measurement of 35.5" x 34.5" A label affixed to the back corner indicates that it was designed for a McDonald's franchise in North Haven, CT. The paper has been rolled, shows handling, and edge wear; otherwise, condition is Very Good.

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Bill Ward Zip November-1966 Illustration Original Art (Timely Features/Humorama, 1966)....
Bill Ward Zip November-1966 Illustration Original Art (Timely Features/Humorama, 1966). "I've enjoyed our three years together Miss Lawson - be sure and give me a call if you're ever in Peoria." Trapped on a desert island with a Bill Ward woman doesn't seem so bad. So why the big send-off? A funny gag like this deserves to be reprinted. And it was in Laugh Digest V13#24 (February 1971). Created in ink over graphite on 7.5" x 11" Duotone board. Signed by Ward in the image area. In Excellent condition.

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Chester Gould Dick Tracy Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 7-2-45 (Chicago Tribune, 1945)....
Chester Gould Dick Tracy Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 7-2-45 (Chicago Tribune, 1945). Breathless Mahoney, the classic Tracy villain, meets the laundry man, Wetwash, who is driving her getaway vehicle. A peak-period episode from a classic crimebuster feature. The strip has ink over graphite on Bristol board image area of 20" x 6", and aside from some age toning, and a text correction in Panel 1, it is in Very Good condition. From the Ray Edw Collection.

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Salvador Larroca, Art Thibert, and Mark Pennington Fantastic Four #25 Splash Page 38 Original Art (Marvel, 2000)....
Salvador Larroca, Art Thibert, and Mark Pennington Fantastic Four #25 Splash Page 38 Original Art (Marvel, 2000). Dr. Doom scales the demolished statues and rubble of Manhattan as the last one standing after the battle with the Celestials in this dramatic splash page, rendered in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10.5" x 15.5". There's a small crease in the bottom right corner; otherwise, in Excellent condition.

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Mike Vosburg and Chic Stone The Savage She-Hulk #2 Story Page 15 Original Art (Marvel, 1980)....
Mike Vosburg and Chic Stone The Savage She-Hulk #2 Story Page 15 Original Art (Marvel, 1980). She-Hulk is powerless to stop the inconceivable sequence of horrific events that will eventually lead to the death of Jill Ridge. Rendered in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Panels 3 and 4 are stripped-in panel correction that have been affixed from the back with tape, there's a whiteout art correction at the top of Panel 4, the top right corner is trimmed, and the page is slightly toned. Overall, in Very Good condition.

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Curt Swan and Frank Chiaramonte Superman #359 Story Page 10 Original Art (DC, 1981)....
Curt Swan and Frank Chiaramonte Superman #359 Story Page 10 Original Art (DC, 1981). The Man of Steel bursts out of his fiery coffin, revealing his true identity to the telekinetically gifted citizens Rocky, Doc, and Earl. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The page is lightly toned, the top right corner is trimmed, and there's a text correction in Panel 3. In Excellent condition.

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Harvey Artist Sad Sack's Funny Friends #23 Complete 5-Page Story "Getting Even" Original Art Group of 5 (Harvey, 1... (Total: 5 Original Art)
Harvey Artist Sad Sack's Funny Friends #23 Complete 5-Page Story "Getting Even" Original Art Group of 5 (Harvey, 1959). The Sarge finally gets his revenge on Sack after two broken feet, a broken hand, a dislocated shoulder, and snapped vocal chords. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10.75" x 16". The logo is stained, and the pages are very slightly toned. Overall, in Very Good condition.

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Charlton Artist Hi and Lois #4 Page 16-17 Pin-Up Illustration Original Art (Charlton, 1970)....
Charlton Artist Hi and Lois #4 Page 16-17 Pin-Up Illustration Original Art (Charlton, 1970). "Family Only" This was the center page pull-out poster for this issue. It features the entire Flagston family! Hi, Lois, Chip, Dot, Ditto, and Trixie. Created in ink over graphite on oversized Bristol board with an image area of 15" x 21". Folded across the center, it is in Very Good condition.

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Al McWilliams Davy Jones Daily Comic Strip Original Art Group of 3 Consecutive (United Feature Syndicate, 1962).... (Total: 3 Original Art)
Al McWilliams Davy Jones Daily Comic Strip Original Art Group of 3 Consecutive (United Feature Syndicate, 1962). Koko Brown is in town, and Davy Jones is in the drink! Three consecutive dailies from 5-16-62 to 5-18-62. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 19.25" x 5.25". In Excellent condition.

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Moritat The Spirit V2 #2 Preliminary Artwork Original Art Group of 2 (DC, 2010).... (Total: 2 Original Art)
Moritat The Spirit V2 #2 Preliminary Artwork Original Art Group of 2 (DC, 2010). Extraordinarily detailed preliminary panel pages, which includes pages 1, 3 on the same sheet and Pages 12, and 13 on the same sheet. Rendered in ink over graphite on paper with an image area of 11" x 8.5". Each sheet is signed and in Excellent condition.

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Ron Lesser Spies Paperback Novel Cover Painting Original Art (Pinnacle Books, undated)....
Ron Lesser Spies Paperback Novel Cover Painting Original Art (Pinnacle Books, undated). The cover for Spies was created in oil on 25.5" x 16.75" pressboard. Signed on the right side in the image area. There is a faint musty odor, putting this in Very Good condition.

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Harvey Artist Blondie #98 Complete 5-Page Story "Passing the Buck" Original Art (Harvey, 1957).... (Total: 5 Original Art)
Harvey Artist Blondie #98 Complete 5-Page Story "Passing the Buck" Original Art (Harvey, 1957). Dagwood wins the office lottery, so naturally his luck will turn against him. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9.5" x 14". The logo and story title are paste-up. Overall the pages are in Excellent condition.

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Adam Hughes and Rick Magyar The Maze Agency #2 Story Page 14 Original Art (Comico, 1989)....
Adam Hughes and Rick Magyar The Maze Agency #2 Story Page 14 Original Art (Comico, 1989). Jen and Gabriel catch a lead in their investigation in this crime noir, detective mystery story, rendered in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10.25" x 15". Glue Residue in the last panel, with light wear in the corners. Overall, in Very Good condition with high eye appeal. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Newspaper Comic Strip Original Art (c. 1910s-20s)....
Newspaper Comic Strip Original Art (c. 1910s-20s). Titled "They Changed Baskets On The Road", this little story centers on a Shakespearean style mix-up for it's comedy of errors. The racial stereotype imagery used is a product of the time in which it was produced. Created in ink over graphite with watercolor paint on Bristol board with an image area of 20.5" x 12.75". All captions are printed paste-ups. In Very Good condition.

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Grant Powers Buck Hanson and the Beavers Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 2-12 (Bell Syndicate, c. 1940)....
Grant Powers Buck Hanson and the Beavers Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 2-12 (Bell Syndicate, c. 1940). Buck takes some misguided medical advice from his pal Henry, who seems like more of a numbskull than Buck. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 27.25" x 6". The strip is toned, with edge chipping, a piece missing from the top left corner, staining in the margins, along with a paper abrasion in the center of the top margin. There's also glue residue in the second panel, a crease at the bottom edge of the last panel, and the strip has been folded between Panels 2 and 3 to allow for mailing to and from the syndicate. Overall, in Good From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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William Donahey The Teenie Weenies Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 3-6-60 (News Syndicate Co., 1960)....
William Donahey The Teenie Weenies Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 3-6-60 (News Syndicate Co., 1960). The Teenie Weenies dates from 1912, originally conceived as a homage to Palmer Cox's The Brownies. Donahey would continue the strip for nearly 60 years -- combining a talent for wild-animal drawings with an affinity for cartooning. Each installment is distinguished by one large illustration (part-realistic, part-cartoon), to be accompanied by a storybook-style narrative text. A recurring feature is an inset of a featured character, designed like a paper doll. This gem is fashioned from ink over graphite with an image area of 13.25" x 8.35". Faint toning; otherwise, in Excellent condition. From the Ray Edw Collection.

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Robert Crumb Monster Greeting Cards #13 Illustration Original Art (Topps, 1965)....
Robert Crumb Monster Greeting Cards #13 Illustration Original Art (Topps, 1965). "I think of you as an old friend" "VERY Old." From a wacky and obscure card set, prized by collectors of both R. Crumb art and "gross humor" type cards. This original art piece was created in ink and watercolor over graphite on 3.5" x 4.75" Bristol board. The card front is lightly soiled at the bottom right, the backside has residue from being affixed in an album at some point. Overall in Very Good condition.

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True Comics #76 Cover Original Art, Production Cover, Color Guide Group of 3 (Parents' Magazine Press, 1949).... (Total: 3 Original Art)
True Comics #76 Cover Original Art, Production Cover, Color Guide Group of 3 (Parents' Magazine Press, 1949). Pirates partake in a classic sword fight at dawn for control over a bountiful chest full of gold in this cut-throat cover illustration rendered in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 11.5" x 11". Also includes the production stat cover (measures 11.5" x 15.75"), and production color guide (measuring 7.75" x 10.5"). The pieces are slightly toned; the production cover has glue residue in the top margin and two missing stat paste-ups. Overall, in Very Good condition.

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Greg Budgett, Gary Dumm, Mitch Foust, Drew Johnson, and Others - Phantom Lady Sketch Original Art Group of 9 (c. 2000s).... (Total: 9 Original Art)
Greg Budgett, Gary Dumm, Mitch Foust, Drew Johnson, and Others - Phantom Lady Sketch Original Art Group of 9 (c. 2000s). A collection of Phantom Lady sketches by various artists including a color pastel piece by Jun de Felipe, a marker illustration by Gilbert Young Roland, and a collaboration illustration by Greg Budgett and Gary Dumm. There are also two pencil sketches, one by Mitch Foust and the other by Drew Johnson, two inked pieces by Greg Moutafis, and a collaboration inked illustration by Dick Ayers and Dan Adkins. As a bonus, the set also includes a signed thank you card by Mitch Foust. The pieces measure 9" x 12" to 17" x 11" at the largest and are all on Bristol board. In Excellent condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Cop and Prisoner Cartoon Original Art (c. 1950s)....
Cop and Prisoner Cartoon Original Art (c. 1950s). This lively jailhouse scene comes from an unsigned artist, without a publishing pedigree. The style is an exaggeration of the classic big-nose/big-foot school. Crop marks and engraving codes suggest newspaper or magazine use, likely as accompaniment for a feature story. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 10" x 15". Excellent condition.

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Gaar Williams Our Secret Ambition Daily Single Panel Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-23-29 (Chicago Tribune, 192...
Gaar Williams Our Secret Ambition Daily Single Panel Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-23-29 (Chicago Tribune, 1929). The American dream is alive and well as a stock boy catches a glimpse of the high life of a President and General Manager in this daily panel. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 13". The panel is toned, with general wear along the corners and edges, along with graphite smudging in the margins and image are. Overall, in Very Good condition. From the Ray Edw Collection.

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Henry C. Kiefer Classics Illustrated #47 "Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea" Story Page 17 Original Art (Gilbe...
Henry C. Kiefer Classics Illustrated #47 "Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea" Story Page 17 Original Art (Gilberton, 1948). Jules Verne's highly influential, and most iconic tale, is brought to life by artist Kiefer on this page! This book undoubtedly had a huge effect on the visual look of 1954 movie starring Kirk Douglass. Douglass played Ned Lands, seen on this page in his familiar stripped shirt. The page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.75" x 18". There is whiteout in several places. The caption box in Panel 1 is a paste-up. Panel 4 (and into Panel 3) has a bit of dialog trimmed out with another piece added as a paste-up. There are also several nicks and chips out of the top margin. Overall in Good condition.

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Ronald Wilkins Chance Encounters Daily Comic Strip Original Art Group of 6 (c. 1980s).... (Total: 3 Original Art)
Ronald Wilkins Chance Encounters Daily Comic Strip Original Art Group of 6 (c. 1980s). The entire Week 7 of daily strips featuring Brady and Chance receiving the Medal of Command. Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 17.5" x 5.5". The strips are assembled in sets of two, held together by tape. There is a text correction in Panel 2 of the Monday strip, and a whiteout text correction in Panel 2 of the Thursday strip, along with pinholes in the top margins, and a few small spots of glue residue. Lightly toned and in otherwise Excellent condition.

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Don Lomax - Single Panel Gag Illustration Original Art (undated)....
Don Lomax - Single Panel Gag Illustration Original Art (undated). "He didn't want his last wish, so they gave it to his wife." A cutting-edge joke that will make you laugh your head off! Created in ink and opaque watercolor on bright white 8.5" x 11" Bristol board. Signed in the image area and in Excellent condition.

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Harvey Artist Dagwood #65 Complete 5-Page Story "The Sky's the Limit" Original Art (Harvey, 1956).... (Total: 5 Original Art)
Harvey Artist Dagwood #65 Complete 5-Page Story "The Sky's the Limit" Original Art (Harvey, 1956). Dagwood tries his luck at Pogo Vaulting in this five pager created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9" x 13.5". The logo and story title are stat paste-ups. In Excellent condition.

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J. R. Williams, Tom Henderson, and Others - Single Panel Gag Illustrations Original Art Group of 10 (various, c. 1920s-82).... (Total: 10 Original Art)
J. R. Williams, Tom Henderson, and Others - Single Panel Gag Illustrations Original Art Group of 10 (various, c. 1920s-82). J. R. Williams provides a The Bull and the Foxes Sunday panel dated 11-20-26. Tom Henderson produced four different panel gags in this group. There are two unfinished roughs by The New Yorker gag cartoonist George Price. Also included are works by Tom Curtis, Odell Dean, and a painting by Osbom. The smallest piece measures 13.25" x 10", and the largest is 17.5" x 14". Most are created in ink over graphite, a couple have some color wash. They are toned and in Very Good to Excellent condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Harvey Artist Sad Sack #188 Complete 5-Page Story "Short Separation" Original Art Group of 5 (Harvey , 1967).... (Total: 5 Original Art)
Harvey Artist Sad Sack #188 Complete 5-Page Story "Short Separation" Original Art Group of 5 (Harvey , 1967). A reckless Sack seems to have a knack for getting under the Sarge's skin in this hilarious story. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10.75" x 16". The production stat logo and pages are very slightly toned. Overall, in Excellent condition.

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Ron Frenz and John Livesay Flash Annual #3 Story Page 24 Original Art (DC, 2014)....
Ron Frenz and John Livesay Flash Annual #3 Story Page 24 Original Art (DC, 2014). Flash disrupts an attempted art heist by creating a whirling vortex in this dizzying panel page. Crafted in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10.25" x 15.5". Signed and in Excellent condition.

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Lee Moder and Dan Davis Star and S.T.R.I.P.E. Story Page 16 Original Art (DC, 2000)....
Lee Moder and Dan Davis Star and S.T.R.I.P.E. Story Page 16 Original Art (DC, 2000). The Star-Spangled Kid unleashes a flurry of shooting stars like a trained ninja assassin against her familiar nemesis Shiv, in a dynamic first panel with the stars popping out of the panel and off the page. Rendered in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9" x 14". Signed at the bottom right and in Excellent condition.

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Frank Willard Moon Mullins and Kitty Higgins Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 5-31-31 (Chicago Tr...
Frank Willard Moon Mullins and Kitty Higgins Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 5-31-31 (Chicago Tribune, 1931). Emmy stars in this aquatic-themed Sunday strip. Originally a gag strip about a boxer, the strip eventually took a domestic turn and a comedy feel that lasted for many decades. This week's Sunday also has the Kitty Higgins filler at the bottom. The art is ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 16.75" x 22.25". The page is toned with pinholes in the margins. There are also some production oil stains with corner and handling wear. Overall, the art is in Very Good condition.

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John Buscema and Bill Sienkiewicz Wolverine #12 Story Page 6 Original Art (Marvel, 1989)....
John Buscema and Bill Sienkiewicz Wolverine #12 Story Page 6 Original Art (Marvel, 1989). Buscema unleashes his artistic prowess in this wildly energetic and frantic panel page, as Wolverine and Jessica Drew (former Spider-Woman) fight off throngs of vampire henchman, while Burt weaves his way through the riot on horseback. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15.25". There's a whiteout text correction in the first panel; otherwise, in Excellent condition.

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John Forte and Jack Kamen (attributed) Fight Comics #55 Story Page 4 Original Art (Fiction House, 1948). ...
John Forte and Jack Kamen (attributed) Fight Comics #55 Story Page 4 Original Art (Fiction House, 1948). Two-fisted crimebuster Hooks Devlin is hot on the trail of a boss mobster and his gang. Visual evidence indicates the unlikely teaming of pulp-fiction ace Forte with glamour illustrator Kamen -- both artists were bound for the comics' bigger leagues with Superman (Forte) and EC Comics (Kamen). Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 12" x 18". Blue-pencil color-key notations appear in the artwork. Excellent condition.

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Al McWilliams Twin Earths Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 7-15-56 (United Feature Syndicate, 1956)....
Al McWilliams Twin Earths Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 7-15-56 (United Feature Syndicate, 1956). Squimps, Squimps, and more Squimps! From the story arc "The Moon of Colossus", Torro, Punch, and Lahna find themselves overwhelmed by Squimps, and the lovely Lahna appears in four panels of this Sunday. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 22.5" x 15.25". The logo is a printed paste-up that has slightly discolored. The board has been scored and folded between tiers to allow mailing to and from the syndicate. Light toning; otherwise, in Excellent condition.

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Frank Robbins Johnny Hazard Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 11-27-70 (King Features Syndicate, 1970)....
Frank Robbins Johnny Hazard Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 11-27-70 (King Features Syndicate, 1970). An inspired Leonev breaks out in dance as a couple of Ruskies search his dressing room. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 18.25" x 5.25". The top margin is irregularly trimmed, and there is edge toning; otherwise, in Excellent condition.

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Marvin Bradley and Frank Edgington Rex Morgan, M.D. Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 2-24-72 (Field Enterprise...
Marvin Bradley and Frank Edgington Rex Morgan, M.D. Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 2-24-72 (Field Enterprises, 1972). Alex meets with College President Carey to discuss an incident of arson as this daily moves the plot along. Created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 18.5" x 5.75". Lightly toned on the edges, and in Excellent condition.

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Arturo Cazeneuve Speed Comics #19 Story Page 5 Original Art (Harvey Comics, 1942). ...
Arturo Cazeneuve Speed Comics #19 Story Page 5 Original Art (Harvey Comics, 1942). The namesake of Speed Comics, athlete Speed Taylor, breaks free of a mob of gambling racketeers in this high-energy sequence. Cazeneuve's breathless pacing and use of cinematic angles add up to a bracing visual experience. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 13" x 18". Light toning. Excellent condition.

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Hal Rasmusson Aggie Mack Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 2-8-48 (Chicago Tribune, 1948)....
Hal Rasmusson Aggie Mack Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 2-8-48 (Chicago Tribune, 1948). The earliest Aggie Mack Sunday of the only five Sundays that we have ever offered. The ink over graphite on Bristol board image area is 26" x 11.25", and aside from some light handling wear, smudging, and light toning, the art is in Very Good condition. From the Ray Edw Collection.

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Don Kramer and Keith Champagne JSA #71 Story Page 10 Original Art (DC, 2005)....
Don Kramer and Keith Champagne JSA #71 Story Page 10 Original Art (DC, 2005). Hourman is right on time to wallop some Fascist skulls in before facing off with their leader Degaton. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10.5" x 16", and in Excellent condition.

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Milton Caniff Terry and the Pirates Comic Strip Daily Original Art dated 8-1-41 (News Syndicate Co., 1941)....
Milton Caniff Terry and the Pirates Comic Strip Daily Original Art dated 8-1-41 (News Syndicate Co., 1941). Burma is groovin' it, but Terry feels like a third wheel, even though Raven is there. The daily, titled "Terry no Tarry", was done in ink over graphite on Bristol board, with an image area measuring 19.75" x 5.5". In Excellent condition.

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Gold Key Artist Looney Tunes #25 Cover Original Art Cover (Gold Key/Western, 1979)....
Gold Key Artist Looney Tunes #25 Cover Original Art Cover (Gold Key/Western, 1979). The Golden and Silver and Bronze Ages of most comic books evolved like clockwork, while Western's Funny Animal comics marched in place -- looking in 1979 very much as they had looked during the 1950s. This exemplary cover finds Elmer Fudd turning the tables on his chronic smart-aleck antagonist, Bugs Bunny. The unbilled artist is channeling the influence of Robert McKimson, an animator who often moonlighted on the print versions of the Warner Bros. cartoon characters. Ink over graphite and blue pencil on Bristol board. Image area, 10" x 15.5". Excellent condition.

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Gray Morrow Lois Lane #1 Story Page 14 Original Art (DC, 1986)....
Gray Morrow Lois Lane #1 Story Page 14 Original Art (DC, 1986). A grisly crime scene leaves Lois lost for words in the crime noir style story, visually enhanced by a gritty dry brush technique. Rendered in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The top margin is irregularly trimmed, and the Zipatone in Panels 5 and 6 are discolored. Overall, in Very Good condition.

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Michael H. Price Bloody Visions Vol. 1 Henry Lee Lucas Original Art (Cremo Studios & Shel-Tone Publ., 1990)....
Michael H. Price Bloody Visions Vol. 1 Henry Lee Lucas Original Art (Cremo Studios & Shel-Tone Publ., 1990). Price's original Bloody Visions, a controversial boxed set of collector cards, is a gallery of notorious criminal portraits. The subject here, Lucas, confessed during the 1980s to staggering numbers of random killings -- confounding law officers in the process while relishing the attention. Lucas was the backhanded inspiration for a movie called Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer. Ink and white crayon over graphite on kid-finish Bristol board. Image area, 9" x 13.5", significantly larger than the miniature published size. Excellent condition.

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Kurt Schaffenberger and Bob Smith Super Friends #32 Story Page 12 Original Art (DC, 1980)....
Kurt Schaffenberger and Bob Smith Super Friends #32 Story Page 12 Original Art (DC, 1980). The Scarecrow's fear serum has no effect on the berserker bullet-dodging Wonder Woman, as Aquaman so helpfully explains in Panel 4. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The page is slightly toned, with a trimmed top left corner, and production tape residue in the bottom margin. Overall, in Excellent condition.

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Jim Mooney Action Comics #201 Story Page 3 Original Art (DC Comics, 1955)....
Jim Mooney Action Comics #201 Story Page 3 Original Art (DC Comics, 1955). Before his emergence as a key Superman artist (on the Supergirl spinoff), Mooney excelled at the Tommy Tomorrow stories -- a futuristic series conceived by science-fiction master Otto Binder. This splendid sequence imagines a siege by gigantic grasshoppers as a result of an ecological cataclysm -- two years before Bert I. Gordon's famous big-grasshopper movie, Beginning of the End. Ink and painted white retouching over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 13" x 19". Other than a slightly torn page-header logotype, the page is in Excellent condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Walt Kelly Pogo Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 1-16-65 (Hall Syndicate, 1965)....
Walt Kelly Pogo Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 1-16-65 (Hall Syndicate, 1965). One of Kelly's favorite cartoonists was Elzie Segar, creator of Popeye. Kelly asked us during the 1960s: "So where do you think I got my language-mangling habit?" In this splendid episode of Pogo, Kelly pays homage to Segar by turning the word expert into experk -- a Popeye-ism, if ever there were one. Churchy Turtle is in top form, here, a key character in an essential comics feature. Ink over blue pencil on Bristol board. Image area, 18.5" x 5.25". One marginal stain (upper left). Excellent condition.

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Dick Giordano Superman's Girl Friend, Lois Lane #116 Story Page 4 Original Art (DC, 1971)....
Dick Giordano Superman's Girl Friend, Lois Lane #116 Story Page 4 Original Art (DC, 1971). Rose Forrest is anything but the sweet, caring woman she thinks of herself, as her subconscious transforms her into the Thorn. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The page is lightly toned, with production tape residue in the top margin, and production punch holes in the top and bottom margins. Overall, in Excellent condition.

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Dell Artist Mister Magoo #5 Cover Original Art Cover (Dell, 1963)....
Dell Artist Mister Magoo #5 Cover Original Art Cover (Dell, 1963). Who drew Mister Magoo? UPA Studios, that's who -- a collaborative workshop that branched out from animated cartoons into the funnybooks. The nearsighted Quincy Magoo was one of UPA's cash-cow characters, as likely to place a cat in a birdcage as he was to serve a fish dinner to a bird. This delightful mix-up image graced the final issue of one of the later Magoo titles. Accompanied by a reference copy of the published cover. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 10" x 15". Excellent condition.

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James Montgomery Flagg Liberty Magazine 4-12-30 Story Illustration Original Art (McCormick-Patterson, 1930)....
James Montgomery Flagg Liberty Magazine 4-12-30 Story Illustration Original Art (McCormick-Patterson, 1930). "How about just being my wife?" An illustration for the feature story "Consort", this was illustrated by the same artist most well-known for his defining portrait of Uncle Sam on the famous "I Want You" poster. Here, we get to see a softer side of Flagg, resplendent in neutral tone wash and watercolor over graphite. The matted image area measures 21" x 21", and is matted to 25" x 25". Signed in the image area and in Excellent condition.

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Michael H. Price Bloody Visions Vol. 2 Portrait of Serial Killer Albert Fish Original Art (Cremo Studios & Shel-To...
Michael H. Price Bloody Visions Vol. 2 Portrait of Serial Killer Albert Fish Original Art (Cremo Studios & Shel-Tone Publ., 1992). Fish, a cannibalistic child-murderer of the 1920s-30s, figures in a montage of intense close-ups from Price's provocative boxed set of killer cards. (Fish was a patient of the psychiatrist Fredric Wertham, later known as an anti-comics grandstander and author of Seduction of the Innocent.) The Bloody Visions folios were first issued during an intense controversy over the combination of the trading-card medium and the true-crime subject matter. Ink, watercolors, collage effects, and crayon on kid-finish Bristol board. Significantly larger than the miniature published size. Image area, 9" x 13.5". Excellent condition.

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Lou Fine (as Jack Cortez) Wags Magazine "The Count of Monte Cristo" Title Page Original Art (Editors Press Service...
Lou Fine (as Jack Cortez) Wags Magazine "The Count of Monte Cristo" Title Page Original Art (Editors Press Service, 1938). Fine and Jack Kirby, first-generation architects of the comic-book industry, traded off on the art duties in adapting Alexandre Dumas' The Count of Monte Cristo -- a seminal, serialized title of the British Wags and an American affiliate, Fiction House's Jumbo Comics. This page was published in Wags, but not in Jumbo Comics. The two artists' styles' are remarkably similar at this stage: The tipoff is that Kirby signed his large-scale Monte Cristo pages as Jack Curtiss, and Fine as Jack Cortez. If the page resembles a newspaper's Sunday-comics layout, that is because Wags and the earlier issues of Jumbo appeared in over-sized tabloid dimensions. A rare jewel from an experimental phase of the art-form, when artists like Kirby and Fine were making up the narrative rules and grammar as they went along. Ink and white retouching over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 15.5" x 22.5". Overall age-toning. Logotype (pasted in place) has loosened. One horizontal crease at midpoint. Very Good condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Michael Collins and Eduardo Barreto Justice League Quarterly #14 Story Page 13 Original Art (DC, 1994)....
Michael Collins and Eduardo Barreto Justice League Quarterly #14 Story Page 13 Original Art (DC, 1994). Nightshade escorts Blue Beetle and Thunderbolt through the Land of the Nightshades, but there's no peeking allowed unless they want to lose their minds! Produced in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". There are production punch holes in the side margins; otherwise, in Excellent condition.

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Stanley Link Tiny Tim and Ching Chow Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 9-10-44 (Chicago Tribune, 1...
Stanley Link Tiny Tim and Ching Chow Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 9-10-44 (Chicago Tribune, 1944). This Stanley Link Tiny Tim Sunday includes the Ching Chow companion strip. The upper three tiers of each strip were drawn in ink over graphite on separate pieces of Bristol, pasted onto a larger support board, with a combined image area of 19" x 12.75, and the strip is in Very Good condition, with toning, soiling, and handling wear.

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George Wunder Terry and the Pirates Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 6-5-71 (New York News, 1971)....
George Wunder Terry and the Pirates Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 6-5-71 (New York News, 1971). The old monk goes to visit his friend, the Liberator, in this three-panel strip crafted in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 21.75" x 6.5". In Excellent condition.

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Bob Brown and Joe Giella Detective Comics #393 Story Page 4 Original Art (DC, 1969)....
Bob Brown and Joe Giella Detective Comics #393 Story Page 4 Original Art (DC, 1969). Batman and Robin foil a burglary, but with many questions still left answered, all before Dick heads to college. It looks like the caped crusader will have to solve this mystery on his own. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The page is slightly toned, with a whiteout text correction in the second panel; otherwise, in Excellent condition.

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Walt Kelly Pogo Daily Comic Strip Original Art, dated 3-12-63 (Hall Syndicate, 1963). ...
Walt Kelly Pogo Daily Comic Strip Original Art, dated 3-12-63 (Hall Syndicate, 1963). Kelly devotes this gem to Chug-Chug Curtis, the mailman on duty in Okefenokee Swamp. Curtis also happens to be a duck -- so why not fly his route instead of walking? And the explanation? "Ever'body's too cheap to buy air mail?" Brilliant episode from a classic feature. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 18.5" x 5". Excellent condition.

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Hal Forrest and Reynold Brown Tailspin Tommy Daily #2664 Comic Strip Original Art (Bell Syndicate, 1936)....
Hal Forrest and Reynold Brown Tailspin Tommy Daily #2664 Comic Strip Original Art (Bell Syndicate, 1936). An oversized strip of the first aviation comic (this episode, starring... a car!), inspired by the feats of Charles Lindbergh. The original artist, Hal Forrest (also the writer, since 1933), produced the pencil art for this episode, with lavish, woodcut-styled inking by Reynold Brown, the great Realist painter and movie-poster designer. Ink over graphite on Bristol board, with an image area of 26.25" x 6.75". Toning (more conspicuous at edges), and editorial notes in the margins. In Very Good condition.

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Geof Isherwood Namor, the Sub-Mariner #54 Story Page 10 Original Art (Marvel, 1994)....
Geof Isherwood Namor, the Sub-Mariner #54 Story Page 10 Original Art (Marvel, 1994). Namor gets ready to lay down a thrashing on Roxxon employees who have their eyes set on mining raw mineral from the ocean. Crafted in ink and ink wash over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15.25". There production punch holes in the side margins, a whiteout text correction in Panel 2, and a text correction in the last panel. Signed at the bottom right and in Excellent condition.

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Wallace "Wally" Carlson Mostly Malarky Daily Single-Panel Comic Strip Original Art Group of 10 (Chicago Trib... (Total: 10 Original Art)
Wallace "Wally" Carlson Mostly Malarky Daily Single-Panel Comic Strip Original Art Group of 10 (Chicago Tribune, 1948). Carlson's signature characters, Maizie and Daisy, once attracted thousands of readers every day -- all eager to see what new mischief the two comical servants would perpetrate. The gags hold up beautifully -- rich in personality, smart-aleck remarks, and slapstick comedy. A few examples feature the remarkable use of red Zipatone shading film, which would have reproduced as black when printed. The dates are 6/17/48, 6/24/48, 7/7/48; 7/23/48; 8/19/48; 9/29/48; 10/13/48; 10/21/48; 10/30/48; 11/2/48. (Some newspapers ran the feature as Mostly Malarkey [sic].) Ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 8.25" x 10". Light to moderate toning. Excellent condition From the Ray Edw Collection.

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Frank Willard Moon Mullins Daily Comic Strip Original Art Group of 5 (News Syndicate Co., 1943-50).... (Total: 5 Original Art)
Frank Willard Moon Mullins Daily Comic Strip Original Art Group of 5 (News Syndicate Co., 1943-50). A brilliant selection from World War II and beyond, including a gem involving loutish Moonshine Mullins' scam to fool the neighbors into tending his Victory Garden project. Good, solid humiliation gags all around, including scenes with stuffy Lord Plushbottom and tough kid Kayo Mullins. Willard's masterstroke was to populate Moon Mullins with disreputable, ridiculous characters -- and then to make them all sympathetic and sometimes even admirable. The dates are 6-17-43, 6-18-43, 3-7-44, 3-15-44, and 6-19-50. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image areas, 19.75" x 6.25". Moderate toning and handling wear. Very Good to Excellent condition.

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Moebius (Jean Giraud) Moebius 0: The Horny Goof Signed with Interior Sketch Original Art (Dark Horse, 1990) VG 8.0...
Moebius (Jean Giraud) Moebius 0: The Horny Goof Signed with Interior Sketch Original Art (Dark Horse, 1990) VG 8.0. A delightful little image on the inside front cover, signed and dated 1992 by the master himself, Moebius. He also signed and dated the book on the facing title page. This collection of his more adult stories and short bits was designed to look like the original Moebius run of Graphic Novels produced by Marvel/Epic Comics. The book is in Very Fine condition, with a minor bit of crease on cover along the spine. The sketch is in Excellent condition.

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Wally Wallgren Stepfather's Stepson Daily Comic Strip Original Art (c. 1920s)....
Wally Wallgren Stepfather's Stepson Daily Comic Strip Original Art (c. 1920s). It's hard to tell if this was ever published, but it sure is a great example of vintage 1920's comic strip humor! The strip is by Wally Wallgren who is best known for his Hoosegow Herman strip. Produced in ink on Bristol board with an image area of 26" x 6". The board is tanned and stiff, with the lower left corner broken off, some tears, and folds (one through the middle of the third panel), and a piece of tape in the bottom margin. Overall, in Good condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Stan Lynde Rick O'Shay Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 8-24-58 (Chicago Tribune, 1958)....
Stan Lynde Rick O'Shay Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 8-24-58 (Chicago Tribune, 1958). One of the earliest Rick O'Shay Sundays that we have ever offered. Apparently strangers in these parts aren't very observant. This early episode hails from within the first year of the Sunday's debut. The ink over graphite on Bristol board strip has an image area of 27.25" x 12.5", and the condition is Very Good, with production wear, overall toning, and some marginal notes. From the Ray Edw Collection.

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Pat Olliffe and John Livesay DC Comics Presents: The Atom #1 Story Page Original Art Panel Page (DC, 2004)....
Pat Olliffe and John Livesay DC Comics Presents: The Atom #1 Story Page Original Art Panel Page (DC, 2004). The Atom takes a trip through the time pool and ends up in his creator's (Gardner Fox) birdcage. A fitting tribute to the late writer who created not only the Atom but the JSA and the JLA; and if you look closely in Panel 4 you can see copies of Superman and Green Lantern on his desk. Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9" x 14". Signed and in Excellent condition.

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Harold Gray Little Orphan Annie Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 9-4-66 (Chicago Tribune, 1966)....
Harold Gray Little Orphan Annie Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 9-4-66 (Chicago Tribune, 1966). After his death, Harold Gray's family donated most of his Little Orphan Annie originals to Boston University -- so don't miss your chance to win this one for your collection. This ink over graphite on Bristol board strip has an approximate image area of 25.5" x 17". The panels of this Sunday were glued to a larger support page, with all panel art extended onto the support page. There is some glue residue and light staining, and some overall toning; otherwise, the art is in Very Good condition. From the Ray Edw Collection.

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George Tuska and Alex Niño Justice League of America #228 Story Page 11 Original Art (DC, 1984)....
George Tuska and Alex Niño Justice League of America #228 Story Page 11 Original Art (DC, 1984). Aquaman, in a bit of a tiff about humanity's lack of respect for the environment, dives to the seafloor in search of a downed ship. The page features Red Tornado, Green Arrow, Hawkwoman, and Firestorm. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The page is slightly toned, with trimmed corners, an irregularly trimmed top margin, text corrections in Panels 4 and 5, and a hand-lettered text paste-up. Overall, in Excellent condition.

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Al Williamson Secret Agent Corrigan Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 6-5-69 (King Features Syndica...
Al Williamson Secret Agent Corrigan Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 6-5-69 (King Features Syndicate, 1969). This sleek and sinister ink over graphite on Bristol board three-panel daily has an image area measuring 19" x 5.5", and aside from a few pinholes in the corners, and some light toning, the art is in Very Good condition.

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Gold Key Artist Woody Woodpecker #172 Cover Original Art (Gold Key, 1978)....
Gold Key Artist Woody Woodpecker #172 Cover Original Art (Gold Key, 1978). Best Woody Woodpecker gag we've seen lately -- a cause-and-effect scene that shows the effect and leaves it to the viewer to determine the cause. The unbilled artist captures perfectly the style and attitude of creator Walter Lantz. Good bug-eyed depictions of Woody's nephew and niece, Knothead and Splinter, as well. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 10" x 15". Excellent condition.

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Alfredo Alcala The Savage Sword of Conan #80 Story Page 31 Original Art (Marvel, 1982)....
Alfredo Alcala The Savage Sword of Conan #80 Story Page 31 Original Art (Marvel, 1982). This "Colossus of Argos" story may represent Alcala's best work in a long stretch of illustrating the adventures of Conan the Cimmerian. The present page is actually two pages in one: The substantially complete pencilled work, overlaid by the inked-and-crayonned finished piece. Faithful to the spirit and the letter of Conan's creator, Robert E. Howard, Alcala takes an unusual approach, here -- combining combines his usual woodcut-like inking with crayon-shading, on a surface of pebble-grained Coquille board. A real treat to the eye, with action and suspense to spare. Ink and crayon over graphite on Coquille board. Image area, 10.5" x 15". Moderate toning. The page lies in tiered thirds, mounted to the pencil-art backing sheet. Very Good condition.

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Warren Tufts Casey Ruggles Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 11-14-52 (United Feature Syndicate, 1952)....
Warren Tufts Casey Ruggles Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 11-14-52 (United Feature Syndicate, 1952). A millionaire is looking for a wife, with dismal results in this upper class daily. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board, the image area measures 16.25" x 4.5". In Excellent condition, with some small stains in the border, and just into the last panel.

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Michael H. Price and Todd Camp What Next?! and Krime Duzzin't Pay! Complete 1-Page "Moe Lester" Story ...
Michael H. Price and Todd Camp What Next?! and Krime Duzzin't Pay! Complete 1-Page "Moe Lester" Story Original Art (Cremo Studios, 1990-95). Mel Brooks wasn't kidding when he called Price's Krime Duzzin't Pay! "one of the funniest things I've ever read." Price's depiction, here, of big-nosed Konstable Moe Lester served double-duty on the newspaper and comic-book scenes. This pun-driven groaner originated as an installment of Price & Camp's weekly comic strip, What Next?! and then received a makeover as a page of the Underground Comix title Krime Duzzin't Pay! Ink over graphite on Bristol board, with collage effects. Image area, 10" x 15". Excellent condition.

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Leonard Starr Mary Perkins, On Stage Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 8-13-61 (Chicago Tribune, 1961)....
Leonard Starr Mary Perkins, On Stage Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 8-13-61 (Chicago Tribune, 1961). The polished realism of Leonard Starr's cartooning helped set a new standard of excellence for the soap opera comic strip genre. Horses and expansive wilderness views are the highlights of this Sunday, with an ink over graphit on Bristol board image area of 23" x 15.5". Each panel of this Sunday was glued to a larger support board, with overall toning; otherwise, the art is in Excellent condition. From the Ray Edw Collection.

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Al McWilliams Twin Earths Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 7-22-56 (United Feature Syndicate, 1956)....
Al McWilliams Twin Earths Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 7-22-56 (United Feature Syndicate, 1956). From the story arc "The Moon of Colossus", Torro and Punch encounter a Saturn-like planet, in strange solar system. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 22.5" x 15.25". The logo is a printed paste-up that has slightly discolored. The board has been scored and folded between tiers to allow mailing to and from the syndicate. Light toning; otherwise, in Excellent condition.

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Warren Tufts Casey Ruggles Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 7-27-52 (United Feature Syndicate, 1952)....
Warren Tufts Casey Ruggles Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 7-27-52 (United Feature Syndicate, 1952). Warren Tufts' rousing strip was a real treat for Western comic strip fans. The Marshal stops an execution in this Sunday which has an image area of 21.5" x 14.25". Aside from being cut between each panel tier and some production tape in the margins, this strip is in Very Good condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Al McWilliams Twin Earths Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 7-9-62 (United Feature Syndicate, 1962)....
Al McWilliams Twin Earths Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 7-9-62 (United Feature Syndicate, 1962). This cool single panel daily displays a map of the Twin Earths, their satellites, their moons, and their orbits around the Sun. Ink and white paint on Bristol, the image area measures 19.5" x 5.25" and the art is in Very Good condition, with the pasted-on lettering beginning to come loose, and some toning.

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Chester Gould Dick Tracy Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 11-25-56 (The Chicago Tribune, 1956)....
Chester Gould Dick Tracy Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 11-25-56 (The Chicago Tribune, 1956). Policewoman Lizz follows Flattop Jr. and the Ghost of Skinny Skinner to the cave hideout of Ivy and his gang of counterfeiters. This important Sunday was done in ink over graphite on Bristol board. The page is comprised of a montage of panels, arranged in tiers, on a larger backing board. The image area measures 27" x 18.25". There are scattered adhesive stains and light toning; otherwise, it is in Very Good condition. From the Ray Edw Collection.

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Alfredo Alcala The Savage Sword of Conan #80 Story Page 26 Original Art (Marvel Comics, 1982)...
Alfredo Alcala The Savage Sword of Conan #80 Story Page 26 Original Art (Marvel Comics, 1982) Conan the Cimmerian puts the "splash" into the term splash page. The sequence comes from what may be Alcala's personal-best of many Conan stories. One of the finer illustrators of Robert E. Howard's world-beating barbarian, Alcala tries an unusual style on this page from a story called "Colossus of Argos." He combines his usual woodcut-like inking with crayon-shading on a surface of pebble-grained Coquille board. There also is a remarkable collage effect for the lettering, which is rendered on a separate sheet with windows cut in the art itself to display the text. A real treat to the eye, with action and suspense to spare. Ink and crayon over graphite on Coquille board. Image area, 10.5" x 15". Moderate toning. The page lies in tiered halves, mounted to a backing sheet. Very Good condition.

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Luke McDonnell and Geof Isherwood Suicide Squad #39 Story Page 20 Original Art (DC, 1990)....
Luke McDonnell and Geof Isherwood Suicide Squad #39 Story Page 20 Original Art (DC, 1990). Mambo, Damballah, and Bocur surrender, but they presumed that Amanda Waller was handing out mercy, which she is not. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". There's a hand-lettered text paste-up in panel 1. Signed and in Excellent condition.

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Tarzan de Los Monos #306 Painted Cover Original Art (Editorial Novaro of Mexico, 1968)....
Tarzan de Los Monos #306 Painted Cover Original Art (Editorial Novaro of Mexico, 1968). The unbilled artist captures an essence of Edgar Rice Burroughs' jungle hero while imposing a bizarre, otherworldly sensibility unique to Mexico's horror-comics tradition. The face of Tarzan appears to have been modeled after John Celardo's American version of the 1960s. A memorably weird piece. Watercolors, applied to a sheet of Mexico's finest grade of Illustracion Super Board. Image area, 11" x 16". Largely intact and vividly well-preserved -- barring for a few upper scuffs and a deteriorated lower section. Good condition.

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Frank Willard Moon Mullins Daily Comic Strip Original Art Group of 5 (News Syndicate Co., 1944).... (Total: 5 Original Art)
Frank Willard Moon Mullins Daily Comic Strip Original Art Group of 5 (News Syndicate Co., 1944). The disreputable Mullins family is also one of the funniest tribes ever to grace a comics section. Bums and loafers and stuffed-shirts, all of 'em -- and all the more hilarious for their many flaws. This concentration of gags centers on Moonshine Mullins himself, plus his freeloading Uncle Willie, tightwad Cousin Elmo, and boisterous Aunt Mamie. The dates (1944) are 3-16, 3-23, 4-12, 4-17, and 5-15. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image areas, 19.75" x 6.25". Moderate toning and scattered stain-spotting. Very Good to Excellent condition.

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Al McWilliams Twin Earths Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 2-21-57 (United Feature Syndicate, 1957)....
Al McWilliams Twin Earths Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 2-21-57 (United Feature Syndicate, 1957). Sid and Perry come to an "understanding" about Helen Conway. This daily was produced in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 21" x 5.5" and is in Excellent condition.

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Zack Mosley Smilin' Jack Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 11-4-60 (News Syndicate Co. Inc., 1960)....
Zack Mosley Smilin' Jack Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 11-4-60 (News Syndicate Co. Inc., 1960). Jack is posing as a gun-runner, but his cover may have just been blown, in this tense daily. It has an image area of 19.75" x 6". Aside from some light toning, two discolored text corrections, and discoloring of the Zipatone in all panels, the art is in Very Good condition.

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Curt Swan and Sal Amendola The Superman Movie Special #1 Story Page 36 Original Art (DC, 1983)....
Curt Swan and Sal Amendola The Superman Movie Special #1 Story Page 36 Original Art (DC, 1983). Superman suffers from a splitting headache, but it's not just his head that's splitting at the seams! Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". A slightly toned page, with some whiteout art correction along Panel 3, and a text correction in Panel 3. In Excellent condition.

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Al Kilgore Bullwinkle Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 5-6-64 (Bell-McClure Syndicate, 1964)....
Al Kilgore Bullwinkle Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 5-6-64 (Bell-McClure Syndicate, 1964). Ladies and Gentlemen... we have a giant gorilla sighting! This story arc has been building up to this first glimpse of the greatest of Great Apes... King Kung. O.K., well actually it's his great-grandson, King Kung IV. But he's the best this strip could afford on the budget they have. Created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 17" x 4.75". Signed in the image area. In Excellent condition.

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Cy Olson - Single Panel Gag Comic Strips Original Art Group of 25 (c. 1960s).... (Total: 25 Original Art)
Cy Olson - Single Panel Gag Comic Strips Original Art Group of 25 (c. 1960s). Olson's material is as funny as he is prolific, and this generous selection ranges from uncontrollable snickers to gawfaws. Better known for his single-panel comic strip, Office Hours, Olson really cuts loose with an even more extensive series of magazine yockers, as represented here. Ink over graphite on Bristol board, with occasional blue wash shading. Image area, 8.5" x 11". Scattered edge-staining and overall age-toning. Very Good to Excellent condition.

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Harold Gray Little Orphan Annie Daily Comic Strip Original Art 10-18-58 (News Syndicate Inc., 1958)....
Harold Gray Little Orphan Annie Daily Comic Strip Original Art 10-18-58 (News Syndicate Inc., 1958). Knup helps Mr. Atilla "get rid" of a "problem" in this dark and moody piece, with expressive brushwork. A propelling entry in this long-running adventure strip, a classic of the genre. The ink over graphite on Bristol board image area measures 19.75" x 6" and is in Excellent condition, with light edge toning. From the Ray Edw Collection.

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Frank Miller Barney Baxter Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 5-13-38 (King Features, 1938)....
Frank Miller Barney Baxter Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 5-13-38 (King Features, 1938). Beautiful ink work on this handsome daily. The ink over graphite on Bristol board image area is 18.75" x 4". There is some light toning; otherwise, the art is in Excellent condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Ray Lago DC Comics Super-Villains Trading Cards Set 2 Unpublished Sentinel/Alan Scott Painting Original Art (DC/Cr...
Ray Lago DC Comics Super-Villains Trading Cards Set 2 Unpublished Sentinel/Alan Scott Painting Original Art (DC/Cryptozoic, c. 2016). Alan Scott was the the Golden Age Green Lantern. In the 1990's he was rejuvenated and given a new costume and codename... Sentinel! This image of him features an older female in the background. This is most likely his wife, Molly Mayne, the reformed Golden Age villainess known as Harlequin. This painting was created in gouache on Bristol board with a matted image area of 7" x 9". Signed by Lago in the image area. It is glass front framed to 14" x 16". In Excellent condition.

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George Wunder Terry and the Pirates Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-10-47 (News Syndicate, 1947)....
George Wunder Terry and the Pirates Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-10-47 (News Syndicate, 1947). In this daily titled "Gone, But Not Forgotten" Spray and Hot Shot slip out of a tight situation. Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 21.5" x 6.5". Edge wear, toning, and a stain in the last panel. In Very Good condition. From the Ray Edw Collection.

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Gladys Parker Mopsy Daily Gag Panel Comic Strip Original Art dated 4-4-64 (Bell-McClure Syndicate Feature, 1964)....
Gladys Parker Mopsy Daily Gag Panel Comic Strip Original Art dated 4-4-64 (Bell-McClure Syndicate Feature, 1964). Mopsy was charming, stylish, and funny. And, on occasion, showed a bit of va-va-voom. We love her beatnik friend also! Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 8.25" x 10". Signed in the lower right. In Excellent condition.

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Frank King Gasoline Alley Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 4-19-58 (Chicago Tribune, 1958)....
Frank King Gasoline Alley Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 4-19-58 (Chicago Tribune, 1958). Walt may has been duped by a con man, and he's trying to defer some of his losses by duping his friends, in this daily created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 19.75" x 6". Signed by King in the last panel. Lightly toned and soiled, and in Very Good condition. From the Ray Edw Collection.

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Woody Kimbrell (as Marge) Little Lulu Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 5-31-58 (Chicago Tribune-N. Y. News Syn...
Woody Kimbrell (as Marge) Little Lulu Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 5-31-58 (Chicago Tribune-N. Y. News Syndicate, 1958). Lulu's dad mistakes a baseball to the head for a swat by Tubby in this swingin' daily. The signature, "Marge," refers to Lulu's original creator, Marjorie Henderson Buell, who did not work on the comic-book or comic-strip versions. Kimbrell's work here is closer to the style of the funnybooks' John Stanley and Irving Tripp. Ink over graphite on Bristol board, with an image area of 19.75" x 6". Light toning. Excellent condition. From the Ray Edw Collection.

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Al McWilliams Davy Jones Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 3-19-62 (United Feature Syndicate, 1962)....
Al McWilliams Davy Jones Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 3-19-62 (United Feature Syndicate, 1962). "Good girl" specialist and Alex Raymond-school illustrator Alden McWilliams delivers the goods with style and panache in this ink over graphite on Bristol board daily with an image area of 19.25" x 5.25". The art is in Excellent condition, with light toning. A top-notch example! From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Al Kilgore Bullwinkle Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 5-4-64 (Bell-McClure Syndicate, 1964)....
Al Kilgore Bullwinkle Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 5-4-64 (Bell-McClure Syndicate, 1964). When we last left our heroes, they had just crash landed from space onto Skee-Ball Island, home of King Kung. Now Bullwinkle is a stuck in quicksand. If this were an episode of Jay Ward's wacky TV cartoon The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show, it could have been titled "Stick In The Mud Moose -or- Why Do They Call It Quicksand When You Sink So Slowly?" Created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 17" x 4.75". Signed in the image area. In Excellent condition.

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Leonard Starr Mary Perkins, On Stage Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 8-30-58 (Chicago Tribune, 1958)....
Leonard Starr Mary Perkins, On Stage Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 8-30-58 (Chicago Tribune, 1958). The new Chandra Lure is ready for her film debut, in this episode from 1958. Ink and blue pencil over graphite on Bristol board, with an image area of 19.75" x 6". In Very Good condition, with toning and handling wear. From the Ray Edw Collection.

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Larry Lieber The Amazing Spider-Man Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 1-14-81 (The Register and Tribune Syndica...
Larry Lieber The Amazing Spider-Man Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 1-14-81 (The Register and Tribune Syndicate, 1981). Doctor Octopus shows up in the last panel of this daily, produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board. The image area measures 14.25" x 4.25", with slight edge toning and a few pinholes; otherwise, it is in Excellent condition.

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Stan Aschmeier All-American Comics Unpublished Story Page 5 Doctor Mid-Nite Original Art (DC, c. 1947)....
Stan Aschmeier All-American Comics Unpublished Story Page 5 Doctor Mid-Nite Original Art (DC, c. 1947). Stan Aschmeier (aka Stan Asch) was the regular artist on Doc Mid-Nite's running feature in this series. The last solo Doctor Mid-Nite story was in Issue #84 in 1947. This page seems to be from an unpublished tale intended for a later issue of that title. This page is more than likely one of the many saved from destruction by a group of eager DC interns in the late 1960s to 1970s. Stacks of unpublished stories were ordered to be cut up and destroyed to make room in the art vault. Interns cleverly cut between the tiers, then went back and retrieved the items form the trash later. In the early to mid 1970s, when DC was looking to fill expanded page-count comics, some of those stories were brought back in and finally published. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 18". Trimmed between the tiers, the page has been reassembled with tape on the reverse side. There is tape residue in the bottom four panels. In Very Good condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Al Kilgore Bullwinkle Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 5-7-64 (Bell-McClure Syndicate, 1964)....
Al Kilgore Bullwinkle Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 5-7-64 (Bell-McClure Syndicate, 1964). Natasha Fatale is not fair ray of sunshine... and she's no Fay Wray either! But she's the best Gorilla-bait Boris has to work with. (Hey, he's not putting himself at risk. He's dumb, but not stupid.) It's an episode that could have been titled "Out on a Limb -or- Nuts in a Tree!" Created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 17" x 4.75". Signed in the image area. In Excellent condition.

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Fran Matera Steve Roper & Mike Nomad Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 8-16-98 (North America Syndicate, 1998)...
Fran Matera Steve Roper & Mike Nomad Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 8-16-98 (North America Syndicate, 1998). Sounds like this Roger Willco is quite a guy! This segue Sunday, drawn by Fran Matera, has a marker over graphite on Bristol board image area of 12.5" x 8.5", and the art is in Excellent condition, with whiteout corrections in most panels.

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Warren Sattler Yang #8 Panel Page Original Art (Charlton, 1975)....
Warren Sattler Yang #8 Panel Page Original Art (Charlton, 1975). Rebecca Barre and her pet wolf, Satan, fill Yang's dream with nightmarish imagery. Rendered in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The page is slightly toned, with a bend in the top left corner, and a few spots of staining in Panels 2 and 4. Overall, in Very Good condition.

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Cy Olson Office Hours Daily Comic Strip Panel Gag Original Art Group of 26 (King Features Syndicate, 1966-69).... (Total: 26 Original Art)
Cy Olson Office Hours Daily Comic Strip Panel Gag Original Art Group of 26 (King Features Syndicate, 1966-69). Inter-office humor through the lens of Cy Olson's sense of humor. We have all met at least some of these people. There are 6 from 1966, 11 from 1967, 3 from 1968, and 6 from 1969. All are created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 6" x 4". The "Office Hours" logo is a stat paste-up. Each is signed in the image area. Lightly toning, minor handling on some, one has a stain in the image area. Most are in Excellent condition.

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Joe Madureira and Tim Townsend The Uncanny X-Men #335 Story Page 4 Original Art (Marvel, 1996)....
Joe Madureira and Tim Townsend The Uncanny X-Men #335 Story Page 4 Original Art (Marvel, 1996). Apocalypse predicts the end of the Age of Wonders", featuring Ozymandias and the Watcher Uatu. Crafted in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9.25" x 13.75". In Excellent condition.

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Al Kilgore Bullwinkle Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 5-5-64 (Bell-McClure Syndicate, 1964)....
Al Kilgore Bullwinkle Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 5-5-64 (Bell-McClure Syndicate, 1964). Boris and Natasha are on the hunt for King Kung, the world's largest Ape. The question is... What are they gonna do once they find him? It's another ground-shaking episode based on the TV cartoon created by Jay Ward, Rocky and Friends (aka The Bullwinkle Show). Created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 17" x 4.75". Signed in the image area. In Excellent condition.

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Joe Staton and Mark Farmer Green Lantern #201 Story Page 22 Original Art (DC, 1986)....
Joe Staton and Mark Farmer Green Lantern #201 Story Page 22 Original Art (DC, 1960). Polaris and his men retreat from battle, leaving the Green Lantern Corps victorious. The page features Hal Jordan, John Stewart, Katma Tui, Ch'p, Kilowog, and Arisia. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The top margin is irregularly trimmed, and there are whiteout text corrections in Panels 5 and 6; otherwise, in Excellent condition.

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Gladys Parker Mopsy Daily Gag Panel Comic Strip Original Art dated 3-23-64 (Bell-McClure Syndicate Feature, 1964)....
Gladys Parker Mopsy Daily Gag Panel Comic Strip Original Art dated 3-23-64 (Bell-McClure Syndicate Feature, 1964). Mopsy is being Mopsy on this charming and funny daily created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 8.25" x 10". Signed in the lower right. In Excellent condition.

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Pruett Carter "At the Dance" Painting Original Art (1944)....
Pruett Carter "At the Dance" Painting Original Art (1944). Most likely created as a magazine story illustration, this light and lively piece features Soldiers at a dance. The work is oil on 25" x 20.5" stretched canvas with an open front metal frame. Signed and dated in the top left. In Very Good condition.

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Curt Swan and Frank Chiaramonte Superman #372 Story Page 7 Original Art (DC, 1982)....
Curt Swan and Frank Chiaramonte Superman #372 Story Page 7 Original Art (DC, 1982). Astrophysicist Mason Strath has Superman in a bind, one that could very well mean the end of Earth itself. Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The page is slightly toned, with trimmed corners, and a text correction in Panel 4. Overall, in Excellent condition.

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Alfred Andriola Kerry Drake Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-9-49 (Publishers Syndicate, 1949)....
Alfred Andriola Kerry Drake Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-9-49 (Publishers Syndicate, 1949). A girl that Kerry has been searching for turns up in this daily done in ink over graphite on Bristol board. The image area measures 18.5" x 5.75" and the art is in Very Good condition. Signed and personalized by Andriola in its upper margin.

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Al Kilgore Bullwinkle Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 5-8-64 (Bell-McClure Syndicate, 1964)....
Al Kilgore Bullwinkle Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 5-8-64 (Bell-McClure Syndicate, 1964). As Rocky get bushwhacked (by a real bush) and a quicksand-trapped Bullwinkle sinks slowly in the West, so too sinks any hope we had that our heroes would survive to be in the next exciting episode of Bullwinkle. (Oh, don't worry... the strip is named after him. He'll be fine.) Created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 17" x 4.75". Signed in the image area. In Excellent condition.

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Milton Caniff Terry and the Pirates Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-14-46 (Chicago Tribune, 1946)....
Milton Caniff Terry and the Pirates Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-14-46 (Chicago Tribune, 1946). Only two weeks from his final Terry daily, Milton Caniff stages a moment between Burma and Terry Lee, and a meeting between Inspector Gwen of the British Police and Jane, Burma's landlady. The image area of this daily measures 21.75" x 6.5", and the art is in Excellent condition, with edge toning and wear. From the Ray Edw Collection.

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Clifford McBride Napoleon Daily Comic Strip Original Art (Lafave Newspaper Syndicate, c. 1933-34)....
Clifford McBride Napoleon Daily Comic Strip Original Art (Lafave Newspaper Syndicate, c. 1933-34). Uncle Elby and Napoleon are enjoying some seclusion... for about three minutes! This great daily was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 19.25" x 4.25". With a bit of light toning, a stain in the last panel, pasted on text, and a n art correction in the last panel, the art is in Very Good condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Don Daily Cosmopolitan September-1985 Story Illustration Painting Original Art (Hearst Publications, 1985)....
Don Daily Cosmopolitan September-1985 Story Illustration Painting Original Art (Hearst Publications, 1985). A sophisticated and lovely image used as a story illustration to accompany part of Catherine Mann's novel Tinsel Town that was being reprinted in this issue. Created in oil on 37" x 26" stretched canvas, with an open front metal frame. Signed in the lower right of the image area. In Excellent condition.

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Frank Thorne Marvel Feature #2 Story Page 2 Original Art (Marvel, 1976)....
Frank Thorne Marvel Feature #2 Story Page 2 Original Art (Marvel, 1976). Red Sonja collects a plentiful bounty of gold from the grotesque Brigand, who lays motionless with an asp on his chest. The snake is revealed later to be just an ordinary garter snake. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The page is lightly toned, with whiteout text corrections in Panels and 4, and in overall Excellent condition.

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Jason Pearson Tom Strong's Terrific Tales #5 Story Page 1 Original Art (DC/America's Best Comics, 2003)....
Jason Pearson Tom Strong's Terrific Tales #5 Story Page 1 Original Art (DC/America's Best Comics, 2003). The entire story "Collect the Set!" was told in a series of faux "bubble gum cards", with the panels being card images on the front and the story on the reverse of each card. An innovative story gimmick from a series that is chock-full of retro charm and clever twists. Featured in these four panels are Tom Strong, his wife Dhalua Strong, their daughter Tesla Strong (changing the set), and King Solomon. Created in ink over graphite on bright white DC Bristol board with an image area of 9" x 14". In Excellent condition.

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Jack Cole (as Jake) Gaze August-1961 Single Panel Gag Cartoon Illustration Original Art (Timely Features/Humorama,...
Jack Cole (as Jake) Gaze August-1961 Single Panel Gag Cartoon Illustration Original Art (Timely Features/Humorama, 1961). "Old Man Smith paid me the nicest compliment today. He said my C-Cup runneth over." Jack Cole is most-known for creating Plastic Man. He is also well-remembered as a regular cartoonist in Playboy magazine. He got his start with "good girl" art in the various men's books published by Marvel's predecessor, Timely Comics. This gag was possibly published previously in Jest magazine, but there is not date given. It was reprinted later in Zip (V14#17, September 1969), and then again later in an unknown issue of Playboy. Created in ink and wash over graphite on 8.5" x 11" Bristol board. In Excellent condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Geof Isherwood Conan the Savage Panel Pages Original Art Group of 2 (Marvel, 1996).... (Total: 2 Original Art)
Geof Isherwood Conan the Savage Panel Pages Original Art Group of 2 (Marvel, 1996). Conan is ready, after a hearty meal, to teach the unsavory Zilliah some manners in etiquette in this group of panel pages which includes page 14 from issue #5 and page 15 from issue #6. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10.5" x 13.75". Signed and in Excellent condition.

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Frank Willard Moon Mullins Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 1-27-48 (News Syndicate, 1948)....
Frank Willard Moon Mullins Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 1-27-48 (News Syndicate, 1948). Why should Bertha Baffle wait until the right man comes along? Emmy didn't! This Frank Willard daily from 1948 was done in ink over graphite on Bristol board, and has an image area of 20" x 6". The art is in Excellent condition, with light toning. From the Ray Edw Collection.

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Dan Barry and Bob Fujitani Flash Gordon Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-23-79 (King Features Syndicate, 1...
Dan Barry and Bob Fujitani Flash Gordon Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-23-79 (King Features Syndicate, 1979). Dale disables the Star Fortress Victoria's computers and guns, and sends the signal that all have been waiting on. Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 21" x 9.25". There's a pasted-on text correction in Panel 2, with light edge toning. In Excellent condition. From the Personal Collection of Bob Fujitani.

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Frank Godwin Rusty Riley Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-29-56 (King Features Syndicate, 1956)....
Frank Godwin Rusty Riley Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-29-56 (King Features Syndicate, 1956). Frank Godwin was one of the turn-of-the-last-century artists who could perform miracles with pen and ink. Godwin's place in illustration is well secured, as you can see from this crisp and clean episode from 1956. The image area of this ink on Bristol board daily measures 18.5" x 5.25", and aside from some slight toning, the art is in Excellent condition.

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Stan Goldberg and Jim DeCarlo Archie's Pals 'N Gals #128 Complete 6-Page Story "Bionic Blunder" Original Art Group... (Total: 6 Original Art)
Stan Goldberg and Jim DeCarlo Archie's Pals 'N Gals #128 Complete 6-Page Story "Bionic Blunder" Original Art Group of 6 (Archie, 1978). Moose is on the lookout for bionic men in the neighborhood, which give two teenage boys the perfect opportunity to play a prank on the lug head whose obviously got some screws loose up in the ol' noggin. Rendered in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". There's production tape in the top and bottom of the margins of every page and a text correction in Panel 5 of Page 3, which is discolored. Overall, in Excellent condition.

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Stan Goldberg Modeling with Millie #24 Story Page 7 Original Art (Marvel, 1963)....
Stan Goldberg Modeling with Millie #24 Story Page 7 Original Art (Marvel, 1963). Chili has done some underhanded things to Millie before, but this time... "Millie Gets Fired!" Clean-lined, wholesome Stan Goldberg art, with lots of nice fashion shots of the girls dresses and hairdos. Many of these designs were actually sent in by readers, who were then credited on the page! This page was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.25" x 18.25". In Excellent condition.

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Dan Barry Flash Gordon Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 3-26-89 (King Features Syndicate, 1989)....
Dan Barry Flash Gordon Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 3-26-89 (King Features Syndicate, 1989). Flash wraps up another adventure here, with dazzling art from the last of the great Flash Gordon artists. Ink over graphite on Bristol board, with an image area of 15" x 6.5". There is a rusty staple embedded in the top left corner, and some production tape in the margins. The image area is in Excellent condition.

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Michael Golden and Klaus Janson Howard the Duck Magazine #1 Story Page 16 Original Art (Marvel, 1979)....
Michael Golden and Klaus Janson Howard the Duck Magazine #1 Story Page 16 Original Art (Marvel, 1979). Why did the Mr. Chicken cross the road? Because he was hit by a car in the first panel of this page from the story "Fowl of Fear!" Gorgeous Michael Golden pencil art and layouts with rich Klaus Janson ink and ink wash on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". This was originally intended to be issue #32 of the Howard the Duck comic book, but the decision was made to make this title a magazine to allow a bit more adult humor in it. The page is in Excellent condition.

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Mike Ploog Planet of the Apes #8 Story Page 22 Original Art (Marvel, 1975)....
Mike Ploog Planet of the Apes #8 Story Page 22 Original Art (Marvel, 1975). Jase and Julius make their escape as the Mush-Faces drop dead. Rendered in graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 11.5" x 16.25". There is production tape in the margins, and the hand-lettered text is all on a separate vellum overlay. Overall, in Excellent condition and signed at the bottom.

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Gray Morrow Lois Lane #1 Story Page 44 Original Art (DC, 1986)....
Gray Morrow Lois Lane #1 Story Page 44 Original Art (DC, 1986). Lucy crashes Lois' groovy swagadelic apartment, but an irritated Lois is in no mood to play catch up. Produced in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The Zipatone is discolored, the top margin is irregularly trimmed, there's a text correction in Panel 2, and the page is slightly toned. Signed and in Very Good condition.

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Val Mayerik and Klaus Janson Frankenstein #15 Story Page 1 Original Art (Marvel, 1975)....
Val Mayerik and Klaus Janson Frankenstein #15 Story Page 1 Original Art (Marvel, 1975). The Cardinal has Zandor do his dirty work in snuffing out the life from Eric Prawn. Featuring Frankenstein's Monster and Ralph Caccone. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board that was trimmed and affixed to another piece of Bristol board for an overall size of 10" x 16". The page is toned, with production tape residue in the top and bottom margins, the logo is a production stat paste-up, the word balloons at the the top of the panel are hand-lettered paste-ups, there is glue residue from the missing indicia paste-up at the bottom, whiteout art corrections. In Good condition.

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Mark Bagley and John Dell Venom #155 Story Page 16 Original Art (Marvel, 2017)....
Mark Bagley and John Dell Venom #155 Story Page 16 Original Art (Marvel, 2017). Venom is devoured whole by a giant reptilian beast, causing his followers to go on the offensive. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10.25" x 15.75". Signed and in Excellent condition.

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William E. Hill The Hill Page/Among Us Mortals Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 3-19-50 (News Syndicate Co., ...
William E. Hill The Hill Page/Among Us Mortals Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 3-19-50 (News Syndicate Co., 1950). It's "Spring Term At Prep School" in this day's look at life through the eyes of W. E. Hill. Our favorite part? The panel of of thespians rehearsing Arsenic and Old Lace at the all-boys school. Some of them don't look too happy playing the old ladies. Created in Hill's amazing hyper-detailed hatching and stipple technique with blue pencil shading over graphite on Art paper with an image area of 17.5" x 24". All text is discolored print paste-up. The page has been torn in half down the center, then repaired with tape and whiteout. The top margins shows that Hill started the page, then changed the layout. Overall in Good condition.

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Stan Drake The Heart of Juliet Jones Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 11-1-87 (King Features Syndicate, 1987)...
Stan Drake The Heart of Juliet Jones Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 11-1-87 (King Features Syndicate, 1987). Jason and Eve hatch their plan to catch the Slasher in this intense Sunday. The art is in ink over graphite on Bristol board, with an image area of 15.25" x 7". Production tape in the margins, and marginal notes; otherwise, Excellent condition.

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John Buscema Conan the Rogue Panel Page Original Art (Marvel, 1991)....
John Buscema Conan the Rogue Panel Page Original Art (Marvel, 1991). Conan flees through the crowd, knocking over several civilians, in an attempt to get out of the sights of an archer in an active third Panel. The barbarian doesn't stop there as he hurls a full grown man in the air in the last panel! The partially finished page is produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". There are pinholes in the top and side margins, along with graphite smudging in the panels. Signed at the bottom and in Excellent condition. There are also two graphite sketches on the back of a man on horseback and a fallen Conan.

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John Buscema The Savage Sword of Conan #65 Story Page 6 Original Art (Marvel, 1981)....
John Buscema The Savage Sword of Conan #65 Story Page 6 Original Art (Marvel, 1981). Sentenced for his crimes Emmanuel Cody is sent to Back-World with his memory in shambles. The story featured Bront, who was created by John Buscema, although J. M. DeMatteis wrote the story "Death of the Mind - Rebirth of the Soul". Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The page is tone, the text is all hand-lettered text paste-up, which are discolored, whiteout text corrections in Panels 1, 3, and 6, and edge and corner wear. In Good condition.

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William E. Hill The Hill Page/Among Us Mortals Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 5-1-49 (News Syndicate Co., 1...
William E. Hill The Hill Page/Among Us Mortals Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 5-1-49 (News Syndicate Co., 1949). For this slice-of-life strip, W. E. Hill turns his attention to people with "Time On Their Hands". A stunning page full of 15 different people, each unique and with that someone-you-saw-on-the-street realism that Hill is known for. Created in ink with blue pencil shading over graphite on art paper with an image area of 17.5" x 22.5". There is a paste-up paper mask along the bottom edge that is coming loose. All text is discolored print paste-up. Overall in Very Good condition.

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Rich Buckler and Frank Chiaramonte Supernatural Thrillers #5 Story Page 4 Original Art (Marvel, 1973)....
Rich Buckler and Frank Chiaramonte Supernatural Thrillers #5 Story Page 4 Original Art (Marvel, 1973). The Living Mummy treks across the arid desert, while in Cairo Dr. Skarab comes to a startling discovery after translating old ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics. Rendered in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The page is lightly toned, with production tape in the margins, whiteout text corrections in Panels 2, 4, and 6, as well as a stripped-in text correction in Panel 6 that has been affixed from the back with tape. Overall, in Excellent condition.

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Dick Ayers and John Severin The Incredible Hulk #143 Original Art (Marvel, 1971)....
Dick Ayers and John Severin The Incredible Hulk #143 Original Art (Marvel, 1971). Dr. Doom has the Hulk under his control, and it seems that Doc Samson is the only man who can break the mental hold between the metal face villain and the irradiated giant. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". There are a few minor spots of staining in panels 1, 3, 4, and 5; otherwise in Excellent condition. Signed by Stan Lee in Panel 4!

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Carl Ed Harold Teen Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 2-25-55 (The Chicago Tribune, 1955)....
Carl Ed Harold Teen Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 2-25-55 (The Chicago Tribune, 1955). Carl Ed's eternal teen, Harold 's bathtub basso voice is not a hit with Aunt Pruny, in this musical daily from 1955. The ink and Zipatone over blue pencil on Bristol board image area measures approximately 16" x 5". The Zipatone is discolored (the strip in the last panel is coming loose) and there is general toning to the board; otherwise, the art is in Very Good condition.

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Frank Thorne Marvel Feature #2 Story Page 3 Original Art (Marvel, 1976)....
Frank Thorne Marvel Feature #2 Story Page 3 Original Art (Marvel, 1976). Sonja runs into an old friend at an inn, but their reminiscing is cut short when a thief makes off with Sonja's horse and her bounty of gold. Rendered in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The slightly toned page has glue residue in the second panel, and whiteout text corrections in Panels 1 and 4; otherwise, in Excellent condition.

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John Byrne and Doug Hazelwood Doom Patrol #12 Story Page 19 Original Art (DC, 2005)....
John Byrne and Doug Hazelwood Doom Patrol #12 Story Page 19 Original Art (DC, 2005). Metamorpho forms a miniature of himself outside his containment suit, endangering his life to save the wounded Dr. Niles Caulder. Rendered in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10.5" x 16". Signed and in Excellent condition.

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John Buscema Punisher: War Zone #27 Story Page 8 Original Art (Marvel, 1994)....
John Buscema Punisher: War Zone #27 Story Page 8 Original Art (Marvel, 1994). Frank finds himself a slave on a sugar plantation, so Micro calls Ice Phillips to lend some muscle, which he'll be generously compensated for, of course. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15.25". There are pinholes in the margins and a hand-lettered text paste-up at the bottom of Panel 1. Signed and in Excellent condition.

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Guillaume Sorel - Role Playing Game Related Spot Illustration Original Art (c. 1990s)....
Guillaume Sorel - Role Playing Game Related Spot Illustration Original Art (c. 1990s). A gathering of townsfolk that looks ominous, as produced by Sorel, it was Indubitably produced for one of the various French language role playing game support magazines or publications, such as Casus Belli. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 6.75" x 9.5". Signed in the lower margin. In Excellent condition.

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Mico Suayan Immortal Weapons #1 Story Page 1 Original Art (Marvel, 2009)....
Mico Suayan Immortal Weapons #1 Story Page 1 Original Art (Marvel, 2009). "The Book of the Cobra" stars one of the spin-out characters from 2007's Immortal Iron Fist series, the deceptively deadly Fat Cobra. Crafted in graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9.25" x 14.5". There is production tape in the margins. Signed in the top margin and in Excellent condition.

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Gene Colan, John Romita, and Joe Sinnott Captain America #120 Story Page 8 Original Art (Marvel, 1969)....
Gene Colan, John Romita, and Joe Sinnott Captain America #120 Story Page 8 Original Art (Marvel, 1969). Steve Rogers rushes in to break up a fight between a professor and some routy college kids. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". There is staining in Panel 3 on the left edge, whiteout text corrections in Panels 2 and 3, and a whiteout art correction in Panel 1 on Steve Roger's hand. Overall, in Very Good condition.

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Jim Mooney and Mike Esposito Electric Company Magazine #80 Story Page 3 Spider-Man Original Art (Children's Televi...
Jim Mooney and Mike Esposito Electric Company Magazine #80 Story Page 3 Spider-Man Original Art (Children's Television Workshop, 1981). The Grandmaster (one of Marvel's cosmic level characters) appeared in this story, as he had captured Mary Jane to force Spider-Man to compete for him. Many remember the comic book series Spidey Super-Stories, which co-starred the characters from TV's The Electric Company, but many forget they had their own magazine which often featured original Spidey stories of its own. A great page created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 13.5". There are pinholes in the margins. In Excellent condition.

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John Cullen Murphy Big Ben Bolt Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 3-17-60 (King Features Syndicate, 1960)....
John Cullen Murphy Big Ben Bolt Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 3-17-60 (King Features Syndicate, 1960). John Cullen Murphy's crisp inking and strong storytelling are showcased in this daily. The tiger, in two panels, is incredible! The image area of the ink, blue pencil, and Zipatone on Bristol board daily is 18" x 5", and aside from yellowing Zipatone and a few small glue stains, the art is in Very Good condition.

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Neal Adams The Brave and the Bold #83 Story Page 17 Original Art (DC, 1969)....
Neal Adams The Brave and the Bold #83 Story Page 17 Original Art (DC, 1969). Lance is ready to spill the beans on Batman and Robin's true identity for a huge cash payout. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". There are production punch holes in the top and bottom margins, ink smudging in Panels 3 and 5, and the page is lightly toned. Overall, in Very Good condition.

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Larry Lieber The Amazing Spider-Man Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 4-6-81 (Register and Tribune Syndicate, 1...
Larry Lieber The Amazing Spider-Man Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 4-6-81 (Register and Tribune Syndicate, 1981). Myra Green and Peter Parker try to figure out who is behind the murder of Professor Kruger in this daily that ends with Parker's "Spider Sense starting to tingle!" Rendered in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 14.25" x 4.25". The slightly toned strip is in Excellent condition.

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Dom Lomax Vietnam Journal V2#6 Cover Original Art (Caliber Comics, 2017)....
Dom Lomax Vietnam Journal V2#6 Cover Original Art (Caliber Comics, 2017). This nun is packing and she's just sent her enemies to meet their maker. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 11" x 11.25". In Excellent condition.

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Larry Lieber The Amazing Spider-Man Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 2-14-81 (Register and Tribune Syndicate, ...
Larry Lieber The Amazing Spider-Man Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 2-14-81 (Register and Tribune Syndicate, 1981). A lovesick Aunt May has fallen for Dr. Octopus, while a frustrated Peter has bad dreams of the union. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 14.25" x 4.25". The strip is slightly toned, with pinholes in the margins, and whiteout corrections; otherwise, in Excellent condition.

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Marvin Stein Alarming Adventures #1 Story Page 4 Original Art (Harvey, 1962)....
Marvin Stein Alarming Adventures #1 Story Page 4 Original Art (Harvey, 1962). Some great looking retro-style robots and a spaceship are featured on Page 4 of the story "The Aliens". It was only a five-page story, so things are about to wrap up quickly. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.25" x 18". In Excellent condition.

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Mitch Byrd - Nude Dino Sword Fight Illustration Original Art (2009)....
Mitch Byrd - Nude Dino Sword Fight Illustration Original Art (2009). It's fang and claw versus flashing steel and... well, just "flashing". This woman is showing her naked ambition as she streaks towards her target. An unpublished piece in pure graphite on bright white 14.5" x 9" Bristol board. Signed in the lower margin. In Excellent condition.

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Humberto Ramos and Sandra Hope Crimson #22 Partial Story Original Art Group of 2(DC, 2000)....
Humberto Ramos and Sandra Hope Crimson #22 Partial Story Original Art Group of 2(DC, 2000). A two-page set from the vampire fantasy-horror comic which includes pages 7 and 22 featuring Scarlet X and Saint George. Rendered in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of approximately 9.25" x 15". There is light ink smudging in the panels, most notable in Panels 1 and 2 of Page 7. Signed on both pages and in Excellent condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Carmine Infantino and Klaus Janson Daredevil #150 Story Page 17 Original Art (Marvel, 1978)....
Carmine Infantino and Klaus Janson Daredevil #150 Story Page 17 Original Art (Marvel, 1978). Matt Murdock prepares to Heather that he is also Daredevil, but gets a shocking call about Heather's father. Produced in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The page is slightly toned, Panels 1, 2, 4, and 5 are all stripped-in panel corrections that have been affixed from the back with tape, there's also a stripped-in text correction at the bottom of Panel 6. The text is all hand-lettered text paste-ups, the word balloons are toned, with many of them either missing or loose, leaving behind large areas of glue residue. Three of the loose word balloons are included. Overall, in Good condition.

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Liam Sharp and Cam Smith Black Axe #4 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1993)....
Liam Sharp and Cam Smith Black Axe #4 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1993). Horem, wielding the Gauntlets from Amentah's tomb, battles Black Axe in this stunning cover inked by 2000 AD artist Cam Smith. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 11" x 16". In Excellent condition.

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Ernie Schroeder (attributed) All-New Comics/Boy Heroes Unpublished Story Page 6 Original Art (Harvey, c. 1946)....
Ernie Schroeder (attributed) All-New Comics/Boy Heroes Unpublished Story Page 6 Original Art (Harvey, c. 1946). The Boy Heroes were the stars of several stories in All-New, when a change of direction for the book and the idea to give them their own title pulled this tale out of the publication cycle. The original "All-New" title was whited-out of the check-off box in the bottom margin. The page features the whole gang, Punchy, Corny, Prince, and Trigger. It was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.5" x 18". In Excellent condition.

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Dick Ayers and Vince Colletta Giant-Size Kid Colt #3 Page 24 Original Art (Marvel, 1975)....
Dick Ayers and Vince Colletta Giant-Size Kid Colt #3 Page 24 Original Art (Marvel, 1975). The Night Rider uses some elaborate stage magic to apprehend the outlaw, Dack Derringer. Rendered in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The page is slightly toned, with corner and edge wear, and whiteout text corrections in Panels 2-6. Overall, in Excellent condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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John Buscema, Tony DeZuñiga, Steve Gan, Rudy Mesina, and Freddie Fernandez The Savage Sword of Conan #5 Story Page...
John Buscema, Tony DeZuñiga, Steve Gan, Rudy Mesina, and Freddie Fernandez The Savage Sword of Conan #5 Story Page 23 Original Art (Marvel, 1975). This issue is highly-regarded by fans, and many consider it one of the best from the team of Buscema and DeZuniga. Based on the famed short story "A Witch Shall Be Born" by Robert E. Howard, it was adapted by Roy Thomas for this issue. Parts of Howard's story were also used in the 1982 Conan movie. Buscema penciled and "The Tribe" of artists listed above inked the story. Produced in ink and ink wash over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10.5" x 15". The page is slightly toned, with creasing in the top right of Panel 1, there's also a hand-lettered text paste-up in Panel 1, and glue residue in the last panel. Overall, in Very Good condition.

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Larry Lieber The Amazing Spider-Man Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 4-3-81 (Register and Tribune Syndicate, 1...
Larry Lieber The Amazing Spider-Man Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 4-3-81 (Register and Tribune Syndicate, 1981). Spider-Man has been framed, and now it's up to Parker to clear the name of his alter-ego in this crime thriller. Rendered in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 14.25" x 4.25". The slightly toned strip is in Excellent condition.

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Phil Davis Mandrake the Magician Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 7-2-60 (King Features Syndicate, 1960)....
Phil Davis Mandrake the Magician Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 7-2-60 (King Features Syndicate, 1960). Considered by some historians to be the comics' first superhero, Mandrake has a fine showcase appearance in this well-drawn installment. Drake had succeeded creator/writer Lee Falk as lead artist during the middle 1930s, and would continue until 1964. Ink over graphite on Bristol board, with an image area of 17.25" x 5". Faint edge toning; otherwise, Excellent condition.

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Alfredo Alcala The Savage Sword of Conan #80 Story Page 30 Original Art (Marvel, 1982)....
Alfredo Alcala The Savage Sword of Conan #80 Story Page 30 Original Art (Marvel, 1982). Conan descends into the alien ocean world once again to salvage a giant pearl in this underwater expedition. Rendered in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10.5" x 15". The original panel page has been trimmed into three equal sections and then affixed to two separate sheet of Bristol board, which has been attached together with tape on the back, the page is toned, and panel 3 is starting to come loose. Overall, in Very Good condition.

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Tony Tallarico (attributed) Hee Haw #5 Near-Complete Issue Original Art Group of 15 (Charlton, 1971).... (Total: 15 Original Art)
Charlton Artist Hee Haw #5 Near-Complete Issue Original Art Group of 14 (Charlton, 1971). If these are the pages you are pickin', then they are sure to have you grinnin'! TV's beloved corn-pone comedy variety show, Hee Haw, laughed, knee-slapped, and brayed its way into a comic book of its own. Included are images of show regulars: Grandpa Jones; Lulu Roman; Junior Samples; "Stringbean" Akeman; Roy Clark; Don Harron (as KORN Reporter Charlie Farquharson); and, of course, the Hee Haw Donkey! Included are issue pages 3, 4, 6, 8-11, 14, 15, 20, 22-24, and 27. They were created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". There are two stat panels of Stringbean as a running joke in the issue. In Excellent condition.

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Brendan McCarthy "Herr Golden Banana - Das iz Gut" Illustration Original Art (1997)....
Brendan McCarthy "Herr Golden Banana - Das iz Gut" Illustration Original Art (1997). Can you meet "The Secret Gaze" of Her Golden Banana? It's unsettling, trippy, and kind of wonderful. Created in gold paint pen and watercolor with ink on bright white 11.75" x 16.5" paper. Signed and dated in the lower image area. In Excellent condition.

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George Tuska and Jim Mooney Daredevil #145 Story Page 12 Original Art (Marvel, 1977)....
George Tuska and Jim Mooney Daredevil #145 Story Page 12 Original Art (Marvel, 1977). Daredevil somersaults into action as the Owl threatens to detonate a bomb at the Upstate Medical Center. Rendered in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The page is slightly toned, the text is all hand-lettered text paste-up, which is discolored, there's production tape residue in the top margin, a word balloon in Panel 4 is loose, with another one missing in Panel 6 (leaving behind glue residue), Panels 2 and 3 are stripped-in panel corrections affixed from the back with tape, there's glue residue in the gutter between Panels 5 and 6, and whiteout text corrections in the first and seconds panels. In Good condition.

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Joe Kubert Tales of the Green Berets Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 9-7-66 (NEA, 1966)....
Joe Kubert Tales of the Green Berets Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 9-7-66 (NEA, 1966). By the early sixties, Joe Kubert had established himself as DC Comic's best war artist, so it was only natural that he was asked to draw a comic strip based on Robin Moore's bestselling book The Green Berets. The image area of this ink over graphite on Bristol board daily measures approximately 15" x 4.5". There are a couple of stains in the borders, and text and whiteout corrections; otherwise, the image area is in Very Good condition.

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John Buscema and Tom Palmer The Avengers #84 Story Page 14 Original Art (Marvel, 1971)....
John Buscema and Tom Palmer The Avengers #84 Story Page 14 Original Art (Marvel, 1971). One by one Quicksilver, Goliath, and Vision fall before the might of Arkon and his legion. Crafted in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The page is slightly toned, with whiteout text corrections in Panels 3 and 5, and a small glue stain in the bottom right corner. Overall, in Excellent condition.

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Joe Kubert (attributed)Speed Comics #32 Story Page 4 Original Art (Harvey, 1944)....
Joe Kubert (attributed)Speed Comics #32 Story Page 4 Original Art (Harvey, 1944). Zuzka falls head over heels for the handsome Rick Thorne, who's come to bring Commander Drug the Allies' offensive plan. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 18". The page is slightly toned, with some rippling along the side margins and a crease in the top right corner. Overall, in Very Good condition.

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Bob Sherry Hook Slider Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 3-3-55 (McNaught Syndicate, Inc., 1955)....
Bob Sherry Hook Slider Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 3-3-55 (McNaught Syndicate, Inc., 1955). Hook gives it his best, but Gus knocks it out of the park in a striking first panel. Crafted in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 16.75" x 4.75". The strip is slightly toned; otherwise, in Excellent condition.

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Fred Ray Star Spangled Comics #107 Story Page 9 Original Art (DC, 1950)....
Fred Ray Star Spangled Comics #107 Story Page 9 Original Art (DC, 1950). Tomahawk tries to outsmart Tailman, but the native is a pro at interpreting tracks and sees through the clever deception. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 18". The page is toned, there's a text correction in Panel 5, the logo is a production stat paste-up, there's staining in the bottom margin, and light wear along the top left edge. Overall, in Very Good condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Hy Eisman Bunny #16 Complete 7-Page Story "Lotus Bogus" Original Art Group of 7 (Harvey, 1970).... (Total: 7 Original Art)
Hy Eisman Bunny #16 Complete 7-Page Story "Lotus Bogus" Original Art Group of 7 (Harvey, 1970). Members of the Beagles try to get Fredric out of his trance in this groovy flower power themed story, crafted in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12" x 18". There are text corrections in Panels 5 and 6, and the art correction paste-ups in Panels 1 and 2 on Page 37 are discolored. Overall, in Very Good condition.

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Hy Eisman Bunny #4 Complete 4-Page Story "You Can Never Tell" Original Art Group of 4 (Harvey, 1968).... (Total: 4 Original Art)
Hy Eisman Bunny #4 Complete 4-Page Story "You Can Never Tell" Original Art Group of 4 (Harvey, 1968). Honey learns that it's best to let love find you instead of trying to pursue it, in this slice of life themed story. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12" x 18". The pages are slightly toned, with light wear in the corners; otherwise, in Excellent condition.

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John Rosenberger Pep #157 Story Page 4 Original Art (Archie, 1962)....
John Rosenberger Pep #157 Story Page 4 Original Art (Archie, 1962). The Jaguar attempts to communicate telepathically with a monstrous snail is this surreal panel page. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12" x 17.5". The page is slightly toned, with an irregularly trimmed top margin, two pinholes in the top margins and one pinhole in the gutter between Panels 4 and 5, and a blunted bottom left corner. Overall, in Very Good condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Steve Epting and Rick Magyar Crux #8, #10, and #20 Original Art Group of 6 (CrossGen, 2001-2002).... (Total: 6 Original Art)
Steve Epting and Rick Magyar Crux #8, #10, and #20 Original Art Group of 6 (CrossGen, 2001-2002). A six-page set of the CrossGen series that follows the exploits of a group of Atlanteans that are awakened from stasis 100,000 years later. Includes pages 18 and 19 from issue #8, pages 10, 12, 18 from issue #10, and page 6 from issue #20. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 13.5". In Excellent condition and signed at the bottom of Page 18 of issue #8. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Ron Lesser Tangled Murders Paperback Novel Cover Painting Original Art (Pocket Books, 1989)....
Ron Lesser Tangled Murders Paperback Novel Cover Painting Original Art (Pocket Books, 1989). The cover for Johnny Ortiz's novel Tangle Murders was created in oil on 10.25" x 16.25 pressboard. Signed on the right side in the image area. There is a faint musty odor, putting this in Very Good condition.

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Jack Berrill Gil Thorp Daily Comic Strip Original Art Group of 4 (Chicago Tribune, 1965-66).... (Total: 4 Original Art)
Jack Berrill Gil Thorp Daily Comic Strip Original Art Group of 4 (Chicago Tribune, 1965-66). Baseball, fist fights, motorcycle chases, and adoring females... these four dailies have all that and more. They are dated 4-22-65, 7-22-65, 6-14-66, and 7-1-66. Created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 19.75" x 6". There is a stripped-in text correction on the 4-22 strip. In Excellent condition. From the Ray Edw Collection.

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Ed Dodd Mark Trail Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 3-31-76 (Field Enterprises, 1976)....
Ed Dodd Mark Trail Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 3-31-76 (Field Enterprises, 1976). An orphaned mountain lion kitten stumbles into a steel trap on this daily created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 22" x 6". There is water damage on the left side and overall light toning. In Very Good condition.

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Don Newhouse Crackers the Pup Comic Strip Original Art (c. 1930-40s)....
Don Newhouse Crackers the Pup Comic Strip Original Art (c. 1930-40s). Crackers the Pup was a UK comic strip that ran in the weekly Cracker publication throughout the 1930s. This is a prime example of this comic strip that had an animated cartoon feel to it. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 15.5" x 6". The toned board has been folded in three places. In Good condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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William Donahey The Teenie Weenies Sunday Comic-Strip Color Production Art dated 8-3-69 (News Syndicate, 1969)....
William Donahey The Teenie Weenies Sunday Comic-Strip Color Production Art dated 8-3-69 (News Syndicate, 1969). This lovely color image from the long-running fairytale comic was created by printing line art to allow hand-painted watercolor work. The image area measures 9.5" x 6" and is in Excellent condition. Note: Only the watercolor is original art. From the Ray Edw Collection.

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Stan Lynde Rick O'Shay Daily Comic Strip Original Art Group of 5 (Chicago Tribune, 1965).... (Total: 5 Original Art)
Stan Lynde Rick O'Shay Daily Comic Strip Original Art Group of 5 (Chicago Tribune, 1965). These dailies show what day-to-day life is like in the area near Conniption. All from 1965, they are dated: 7-29 through 7-31, 8-23, and 8-27. Created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 16" x 4.75". Lynde's signature is a stat paste-up. In Excellent condition with only light toning. From the Ray Edw Collection.

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Walter Berndt Smitty Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 3-7-33 (Chicago Tribune, 1933)....
Walter Berndt Smitty Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 3-7-33 (Chicago Tribune, 1933). Smitty and Bill turn the Hotel into a war zone on this funny daily in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 20" x 5.75". Toned, with some slight handling wear and surface soiling. In Very Good condition.

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George Wunder Terry and the Pirates Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 3-19-54 (News Syndicate, Co., 1954)....
George Wunder Terry and the Pirates Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 3-19-54 (News Syndicate, Co., 1954). The Red Star forces are tearing up the jungle, but Hot Shot is taking it easy. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 21.75" x 6.5".

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Al Williamson Secret Agent Corrigan Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-24-79 (King Features Syndicate, 1979)....
Al Williamson Secret Agent Corrigan Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-24-79 (King Features Syndicate, 1979). Secret Agent X-9 faces a global threat at the hands of Captain Nemo... uh, we mean, Neptune. Most likely influenced by the James Bond films, this spy-themed strip takes a dive into sci-fi, as rendered by the incomparable Mr. Al Williamson. Created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on bright white Bristol board with an image area of 19" x 5.5". In Excellent condition.

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Jim McArdle (as J. N. McArdle) Dr. Bobbs Daily Original Art (King Features, c. 1940s)....
Jim McArdle (as J. N. McArdle) Dr. Bobbs Daily Original Art (King Features, c. 1940s). Heritage Auctions has never offered a Dr. Bobbs strip before. Jim McArdle was a DC artist, with work in House of Mystery #37. His Dr. Bobbs strip ran from 1941 until 1950. We love the wry humor in this daily, and other examples of this strip show it to have an action/soap opera angle. A very interesting piece created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 15" x 4.25". In Excellent condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Charlton Artist Teen-Age Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm #32 Complete 8-Page Story "Contest Catastrophes" Original Art (Char... (Total: 8 Original Art)
Charlton Artist Teen-Age Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm #32 Complete 8-Page Story "Contest Catastrophes" Original Art (Charlton, 1976). Bamm-Bamm decides to enter a food eating contest, but first, he must get past the many traps set up by Bruno and his gang. Rendered in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The pages are slightly toned, the logo is a production stat paste-up, there are two art corrections in the first panel of the first page, along with a whiteout text correction. There's also a stripped-in text correction in Panel 2 of Page 2, a text correction in Panel 3 of Page 2 and Panel 3 of Page 4, and a whiteout text correction in the last panel of Page 8. Overall, in Very Good condition.

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Dan DeCarlo and Rudy Lapick Life with Archie #43 Story Page 1 Original Art (Archie, 1965)....
Dan DeCarlo and Rudy Lapick Life with Archie #43 Story Page 1 Original Art (Archie, 1965). Archie can't believe that Betty and Veronica would fall for such superstitious dribble, but it looks like Archie is just as superstitious without even realizing it, in this ironic story that was originally meant to be published in issue #44. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12" x 17.5". The logo is missing and there's glue residue where the logo was and in the top and left side margin. Overall, in Very Good condition.

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Alfredo Alcala The Savage Sword of Conan #80 Story Page 25 Original Art (Marvel, 1982)....
Alfredo Alcala The Savage Sword of Conan #80 Story Page 25 Original Art (Marvel, 1982). Conan spills blood in this excellent panel page from one of Alcala's best Conan stories. The Cimmerian savage lives up to his name in this stylized page, which implements the wood-cut like inking that Alcala is recognized for, along with Conté crayon shading on pebble-grained coquille board, with each of the three tiered sections conveying significant themes of revenge, despair, and the journey forward. Rendered in ink and crayon on coquille board with an image area of 10.5" x 15". The panels have been divided horizontally into three equal sections and then affixed to a separate sheet of Bristol board. The word balloons are all hand-lettered text paste-ups, there's a whiteout text correction in Panel 4, and the page is toned. Overall, in Very Good condition.

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Fred Thomas - Single Panel Gag Comic Strip Original Art Group of 10 (King Features Syndicate, 1994-1996).... (Total: 10 Original Art)
Fred Thomas - Single Panel Gag Comic Strip Original Art Group of 10 (King Features Syndicate, 1994-1996). A hilarious set of sarcastic and witty single panel gag strips from Fred Thomas that are sure to amuse! Produced in ink over graphite on 11" x 8.5" paper. In Excellent condition.

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Bill Vigoda and Jon D'Agostino Jughead as Captain Hero #1 Complete Issue Original Art Group of 25 (Archie, 1966).... (Total: 25 )
Bill Vigoda and Jon D'Agostino Jughead as Captain Hero #1 Complete Issue Original Art Group of 25 (Archie, 1966). This group contains 24 pages of two complete Captain Hero stories ("Spoiler" and "The Collector"), and the one-page Li'l Jinx story "Open and Shut Case." Also included is a single sheet of Bristol board with the production paste-up for the two-page letters page from the issue. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15" each. Page 1 of the first story has glue residue at the top; the logo is production stat paste-up, the story title is a stripped-in text correction affixed from the back with tape, and there's light water damage at the top of story pages 2-4, and 7. The logo and story title for the first page of Part 2 of the "Spoiler" story are also production stat paste-ups and the story title is toned. The Li'l Jinx story has a text correction in Panels 3 and 4, and the story title is a production stat paste-up, which is toned. The logos for Part 1 and Part 2 of "The Collector" are production stat paste-ups, with glue residue at the top of the first page of the story, and light water damage in the top margin of story pages 3-10. Overall, in Very Good condition.

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Ron Lesser The Lander Paperback Novel Cover Painting Original Art (Pocket Books, 1988)....
Ron Lesser The Lander Paperback Novel Cover Painting Original Art (Pocket Books, 1988). The cover for Haynes Johnson's and Howard Simons' novel The Landing was created in oil on 12.5" x 18.25" pressboard. Signed on the right side in the image area. There is a faint musty odor, putting this in Very Good condition.

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Sam Leff Curly Kayoe Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 6-12-52 (United Feature Syndicate, 1952)....
Sam Leff Curly Kayoe Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 6-12-52 (United Feature Syndicate, 1952). Curly Kayoe is going undercover for a story arc. This daily was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 19" x 5". Lightly toned with pinholes. There is a paste-up text correction in Panel 1. In Excellent condition.

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Don Lomax Equipment World/Safety Watch Original Art Group of 10 (c. 1990s-2000s).... (Total: 10 )
Don Lomax Equipment World/Safety Watch Original Art Group of 10 (c. 1990s-2000s). Lomax's command of clean-lined, lifelike detail is ideally suited to this suite of illustrations depicting industrial perils and disasters. These gems originated with the recurring Safety Watch feature at Equipment World-dot-com. Ink over graphite on bright white Bristol board. Image areas, 12" x 9". Excellent condition.

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Otto Messmer and Joe Oriolo Felix the Cat #59 Pages 23 and 24 Original Art Group of 2 (Toby, 1955).... (Total: 2 Original Art)
Otto Messmer and Joe Oriolo Felix the Cat #59 Pages 23 and 24 Original Art Group of 2 (Toby, 1955). Felix messes up his job as a carnival game attendant, but any owner that puts a cat in charge of their business is asking for trouble. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12" x 18". The pages are toned, with edge and corner chipping, creases in the corners, and a few spots of staining in Panels 5 and 7 of Page 1. In Very Good condition.

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Joseph Roy Willis Alkali Ike Daily Comic Strip Original Art (undated)....
Joseph Roy Willis Alkali Ike Daily Comic Strip Original Art (undated). This strip started out in 1902 as Alkali Bill, then as Alkali Ike, and later after a brief cancellation reappeared as Slippery Ike. It is unknown if this particular strip was published or when. J. R. Willis was a painter of Southwestern images. This comic strip was created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 20.5" x 5.25". Signed in Panel 3. The toned board is in Excellent condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Fred Thomas Long Shots, and Good Ol' Bo Tryout Daily Comic Strips Original Art Group of 20 (c. 1960s).... (Total: 20 Original Art)
Fred Thomas Long Shots, and Good Ol' Bo Tryout Daily Comic Strips Original Art Group of 20 (c. 1960s). Four Long Shots, and the rest of the group are all tryout pieces for a daily series named Bo, which was about a Hobo. They are all created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 18" x 5.5". Pinholes in the corners and light toning. Two of the Long Shots are missing the stat logo paste-up; however, overall they are all in Excellent condition.

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Walter Berndt Smitty Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 3-22-59 (Chicago Tribune, 1959)....
Walter Berndt Smitty Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 3-22-59 (Chicago Tribune, 1959). Smitty wants to get lovey-dovey with his bird Ginny, but catches the eye of the Bird Watchers Club instead! A witty Sunday created in ink over graphite on Bristol board. The panels have been trimmed out and affixed to a larger sheet of Bristol board with added artwork to expand the panels. The new image area measures 27.75" x 12.25". The logo paste-up stat is missing. There is a paste-up correction on one panel. Minor creases on the top corners, with some glue residue near some panel edges where they were affixed to the backing board. The backing board has also been folded between panels. Overall in Very Good condition. From the Ray Edw Collection.

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Don Lomax Vietnam Journal V2#7 Complete 22-Page Story "Children of the Dust" Original Art (Caliber, 2017).... (Total: 22 Original Art)
Don Lomax Vietnam Journal V2#7 Complete 22-Page Story "Children of the Dust" Original Art (Caliber, 2017). Don Lomax continues his hard-hitting and unflinching look at the Vietnam conflict from an insider's point of view. These amazing pages were created in ink over graphite on bright white Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". Each page is signed by Lomax and they are in Excellent condition.

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Bob Powell Red Hawk #11 Complete 7-Page Story "The Death Dolls" Original Art (Magazine Enterprise, 1953).... (Total: 7 Original Art)
Bob Powell Red Hawk #11 Complete 7-Page Story "The Death Dolls" Original Art (Magazine Enterprise, 1953). Red Hawk and Young Buffalo play a prank on the tribe, but their mischievous trick is used against them by the Ute, who frame Red Hawk for the death of a Cheyenne warrior. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 12.25" x 18". The pages are toned, there are text corrections in Panel 1 of Page 2 and Panel 2 of the last page, the logo and story title are production stat paste-ups, and the corners are blunted. Overall, in Very Good condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Michael Kaluta - Reclining Native Woman Illustration, and The Shadow Sketch Original Art Group of 2 (c. 1980-90s).... (Total: 2 Original Art)
Michael Kaluta - Reclining Native Woman Illustration, and The Shadow Sketch Original Art Group of 2 (c. 1980-90s). With both a primitive and sci-fi feel to it, this is one intriguing and highly detailed work by Kaluta. Created in ink over graphite on 8.5" x 3.5" paper, it was then affixed to a slightly larger piece of illustration board. Signed in the image area. The Shadow ink sketch is on a 4.25" x 5" piece of toned paper, signed and dated 1995 in the image area. They are in Excellent condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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Mike Kaluta and Russ Heath Marvel Graphic Novel: The Shadow Original Art (Marvel, 1988)....
Mike Kaluta and Russ Heath Marvel Graphic Novel: The Shadow Original Art (Marvel, 1988). Nazi command decides to reinforce Hitler's dream of conquering Russia by reading the stars using astrological charts. Produced in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 10.75" x 15". The panel is slightly toned, with blunted corners, and a paper overlay attached to the front. In Excellent condition.

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Bill Woggon Katy Keene #45 Pin-Up Illustration Page 8 Original Art (Archie Comics, 1959)....
Bill Woggon Katy Keene #45 Pin-Up Illustration Page 8 Original Art (Archie Comics, 1959). The first page of the "Katy's Mad Hatter Jokes" section features some lovely and elegant women's headwear. Styles and even the joke were supplied by readers. A great page created at twice-up scale in ink over graphite on 13" x 20" Bristol board. In Excellent condition.

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Ronald Wilkins Chance Encounters #008 Sunday Comic Strip Proposal Original Art Group of 2 (c. 1980s).... (Total: 2 Original Art)
Ronald Wilkins Chance Encounters #008 Sunday Comic Strip Proposal Original Art Group of 2 (c. 1980s). An unusual sci-fi space opera style story pitched as a comic strip series. There are two versions of the same Sunday here, both original art. They are in slightly different format ratios, possibly for different size newspapers. They are created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with image areas of 17.25" x 12.5" and 22" x 10.5". The logos are a stat paste-ups, missing on one of them. Both have hand-colored vellum color guide overlays for the printer's reference. In Excellent condition.

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Stan Hunt - Gag Panel Cartoon Original Art (undated)....
Stan Hunt - Gag Panel Cartoon Original Art (undated). A funny piece of a high functioning clutter bug, with the punchline "Mess? What Mess?" written at the bottom. Produced in Conte crayon and grey wash on cotton rag paper with an image area measuring approximately 9" x 6.5". In Excellent condition.

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Richard Q. Yardley (as Quincy), Ford, and William P. Bodwell, Original Art Comic Strip Group of 3 (undated).... (Total: 3 Original Art)
Richard Q. Yardley (as Quincy), Ford, and William P. Bodwell, Original Art Comic Strip Group of 3 (undated). Group of three panel cartoons, including an Our Ancestor daily (dated 5-8-62) by Quincy, rendered in ink over blue pencil on Bristol board, a political cartoon titled An Undying Spirit by Ford, created in ink over graphite on Bristol board, and an illustration by William P. Bodwell titled The Neponset, crafted in ink on paper. The image areas range from 8" x 9" to 12" x 16". There is significant toning, edge wear, and water damage, along with foxing on the right edge of the Bodwell piece, placing it in Good condition. The Quincy and Ford pieces are slightly toned, with graphite smudges, and a few spots of staining. Overall, in Very Good condition, unless otherwise stated. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Jack Davis Superfan #T5136 Illustration Original Art (New American Library, 1972). ...
Jack Davis Superfan #T5136 Illustration Original Art (New American Library, 1972). The term graphic novel had yet to be invented when Davis and writer Nick Meglin concocted Superfan as an exhaustive satire of the football scene. Each page is a panel. The style and attitude of MAD Magazine prevail. Ink and ink wash over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 5.5" x 9". Light toning and one faintly stained patch in artwork area at right. Excellent condition.

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Eugene Payne, Don Addis, and Others - Political Cartoons Illustration Original Art Group of 7 (1922-2002).... (Total: 7 Original Art)
Eugene Payne, Don Addis, and Others - Political Cartoons Illustration Original Art Group of 7 (1922-2002). A generous selection of political cartoons which includes a piece by Maxwell Simpson dated 1922, depicting St. Peter and Death (measuring 12" x 8" and in Good condition). The hand of God reaches out to a returning Iowan Navy veteran in a piece by Pulitzer prize winner, Eugene Payne (1989). Daily Express artist Sidney Strube satirizes the conflicting views of both political parties on the subject of gender roles, while Miami Herald artist Rick Morgan focuses on the US governments inability in not broadcasting their motives (2002). Dan Addis' cartoon is a commentary on rampant crime in the US. Also included is a cartoon by H. M. Talburt titled "The Shape of Things to Come," produced in graphite (1951) and a piece by Jeff Stahler titled "Embarrassing Ties" (1997). Created in ink over graphite on varying paper stock. Image areas range from 12" x 8" to 17" x 11.75". Very Good to Excellent condition, unless otherwise noted. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Roger "Rog" Bollen Animal Crackers Daily Comic Strips Original Art Group of 10 (National News Syndicate, 1991). ... (Total: 10 Original Art)
Roger "Rog" Bollen Animal Crackers Daily Comic Strips Original Art Group of 10 (National News Syndicate, 1991). Ten times the fun with this group of daily strips full of Bollen's wry look at life on the Veldt. All from 1991, the dates included are: 9-3; 9-4; 9-9; 9-16; 9-17; 9-18; 9-19; 9-21; 9-26; and 9-28. Created in ink and Zipatone over graphite on paper with an image area of 13.5" x 4". In Excellent condition.

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Whitney Darrow, Jr., Barnyard Piano Concert Original Art (C. 1950s)....
Whitney Darrow, Jr., Barnyard Piano Concert Original Art (C. 1950s). Darrow's books of collected cartoons once were hot sellers on a par with Chas. Addams, his fellow New Yorker gagman. This bright example of mingled wit and artistry finds a pianist hard at work on the keys -- in the unlikely setting of a barn, with various farm animals for an audience. The original context is undocumented, but Darrow's fine cartooning carries its own jubilant context, in any event. Brilliant stuff, here. Ink and ink wash over graphite on illustration board. Image area, 9" square. Moderate toning. Excellent condition.

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Cy Hungerford and Others - Various Editorial Comics Original Art Group of 12 (1940s-80s).... (Total: 12 Original Art)
Cy Hungerford and Others - Various Editorial Comics Original Art Group of 12 (1940s-80s). Veteran editorialist Hungerford contributes two historic commentaries to this generous selection -- a War Effort booster, and a St. Patrick's Day greeting. Among the other selections: (1) Pulitzer Medalist Eugene Payne comments on China's top-down leadership. (2) The Los Angeles Times' Lou Grant remarks on Russian indifference to the United Nations. (3) Toronto-based Al Beaton satirizes border disputes and slum clean-ups. (4) An unsigned U.K. artist comments on Irish unrest. (5) Arkansas' David Cox razzes National Security Adviser John Bolton. (6) New Jersey's Bill Canfield takes the House GOP to task. (7) Florida's Don Addis provides a poignant comment on homelessness. (8) Oregon's Howard Fisher observes partisan rivalries. (9) Oklahoma's Jim Lange equates a legislative adjournment with the end-of-school season. (10) Seattle's David Horsey comments on the political career of William L. Dwyer. Very Good condition. Ink over graphite on varied page-stock. Image areas, 7" x 4" to 11" x 15". Conditions range from Good to Excellent. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Dudley Fisher, Arthur Poinier, and Others Myrtle and Additional Daily Comic Strips Original Art Group of 9 (1930s-... (Total: 9 Original Art)
Dudley Fisher, Arthur Poinier, and Others Myrtle and Additional Daily Comic Strips Original Art Group of 9 (1930s-70s). Myrtle, the smart-aleck kid from Fisher's Right around Home, carries her spinoff strip with customary resourcefulness in this dandy installment from 9-21-48. The additional selections range from the obscure to the famous: (1) Poinier's Jitters, a 1936-43 strip about a clumsy chimpanzee, shows a date of 2-7, with the year unspecified. (2) An untitled 1930s-40s strip by England's Don Newhouse finds a thief about to get caught. (3) A John H. Streibel Dixie Dugan from the 1940s (4-23) showcases the character's goofy father. (4) An Al Smith Mutt and Jeff (8-2-71) contains a typically goofy gag. (5) A Fred Thomas Long Shots (11-1, c. 1970s) pokes fun at a bowling-alley loser. (6) A Bill Yates Professor Phumble deflates a Social Register snob. (7) Nick Pouletsos' Stalemate (undated, 1940s) depicts a frustrated sailor on shore leave. Sketches appear on reverse. (8) And a Dick Hodgins Henry (11-6-84) champions the art of thinking big. Ink over graphite and various additional media on Bristol board. Image areas, 13" x 4" x 24" x 6". Very Good to Excellent condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Vic Harville and Others Souter vs. Kennedy and Other Editorial Comics Panels Original Art plus British Sketchbook ... (Total: 10 Original Art)
Vic Harville and Others Souter vs. Kennedy and Other Editorial Comics Panels Original Art plus British Sketchbook Group of 10 (1950s-90s). The most fascinating element of this generous selection is an unsigned sketchbook from a British editorialist -- using operetta-like dramatic situations to depict criticisms of Parliament. The main body of the grouping includes (1) Arkansas' Vic Harville, pointing up antagonisms between Sen. Tex Kennedy and the Supreme Court's David Souter; (2) Rhode Island's Burges Green, assailing a Ku Klux Klan politician; (3) San Francisco's Ken Alexander, commenting on nuclear-waste disposal; (4-5) The Jewish Standard's Max P. Milians, remarking on U.S. prosperity in 1959 and razzing Saddam Hussein; (6) Seattle's David Horsey, remarking tensions between Congress and the Supreme Court; and (7-9) commentaries from Tribune Newspapers' Mike Ritter, Enterprise Features' John Lane, and the Commercial Appeal's Scott Stantis. Ink over graphite on varied page-stock. Image areas, 10" x 9" to 14" x 9". Very Good to Excellent condition. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Johnny Hart, Fred Packer, George "Lichty" Lichtenstein, and Others Grin and Bear It and Additional Comics/Cartoons... (Total: 10 Original Art)
Johnny Hart, Fred Packer, George "Lichty" Lichtenstein, and Others Grin and Bear It and Additional Comics/Cartoons Original Art (1920s-1970s). Here's a jolly assortment of hilarity from a broad span of time. Hart contributes a sketch of the title character from his collaborative Wizard of Id comic strip. Lichty is represented by two preliminary pencil sketches for his Grin and Bear It panel feature. Hearst Newspapers' Packer (a Pulitzer Medalist) delivers a marching-band cartoon. San Francisco-based Marie Cleveland offers a montage of comical dog-faces. A Reg'lar Fellers cartoon is signed as by creator Gene Byrnes but may be the work of a ghost-artist. W.G. Baxter offers a "Windy Day" drawing. And J. Carver Pusey presents three drawings of his lighthearted signature character, Benny. Ink over graphite and other media on varied page-stocks. Image areas, 9" x 6" to 16" x 13". Varied conditions from Good to Excellent. From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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Morr Kusnet The Big Knife and Movie-and-TV Illustrations Original Art Group of 10 (c 1950s-1960s).... (Total: 10 Original Art)
Morr Kusnet The Big Knife and Movie-and-TV Illustrations Original Art Group of 10 (c 1950s-1960s). These large-scale montage-portraits and designs are emblematic of the career of Kusnet (a.k.a. Morris Kusnetov), who specialized in film-star portraits for various movie studios, and in movie- and TV-magazine covers. The poster-art original for The Big Knife (1955) highlights star players Jack Palance and Ida Lupino. Additional pieces depict Miss America pageantry and an assortment of talk-show and awards programs (Oscars and Tony Awards). Rendered variously in color and B&W, with bold brush-strokes. Ink and various media over graphite on heavyweight illustration board. Image areas, 18" x 21" to 22" x 30". Overall age-toning, punctures, image-peeling, and scuffing. Good to Very Good condition.

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The New Pix Magazine No. 8 "Teach Me How To Love" Original Art (Kwin Publ., 1965)....
The New Pix Magazine No. 8 "Teach Me How To Love" Original Art (Kwin Publ., 1965). An artists's model becomes her seducer in this provocative nude study by an unbilled watercolorist. The piece was designed to accompany a story by Duke Mancini in "the magazine for men who like action!" (Quote/unquote.) Ink, opaque watercolors, and ink wash over graphite on kid-finish Bristol board. Image area, 17" x 11.5", matted to 20.75" x 16.5 . Excellent condition.

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