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Auction results • 2018-02-22

Lots
93
Sold
28%
Sale Total
$5,732
Highest Sale
$1,440

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Stromoski - SOUP TO NUTZ Daily Strip (5/22/2000s)
Rick Stromoski
Rick Stromoski SOUP TO NUTZ Original Daily Strip Art (5/22/2000s) "Rick Stromoski was born in a family of twelve in Edison, New Jersey, and later moved to the Los Angeles area, eventually setting in Connecticut in 1989. He became a self-taught comic artist and illustrator, and his work has appeared in several books, magazines, licensed products, greeting cards and advertisements. Stromoski has illustrated books for publishers like MacMillan, Workman and Random House. He is the creator of the daily comic strip 'Soup to Nutz', through the Newspaper Enterprise Association since March 2000. Stromoski has also created 'The Mullets' with Steve McGarry. He was elected president of the National Cartoonists Society in 2005." ~ Lambiek art area: 5" h x 16" w

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Harkins - RUGRATS Daily Strip (2/6/1999)
Tim Harkins
Tim Harkins RUGRATS Original Daily Strip Art (2/6/1999) art area: 4" h x 13" w

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Stromoski - SOUP TO NUTZ Daily Strip (5/13/2000s)
Rick Stromoski
Rick Stromoski SOUP TO NUTZ Original Daily Strip Art (5/13/2000s) "Rick Stromoski was born in a family of twelve in Edison, New Jersey, and later moved to the Los Angeles area, eventually setting in Connecticut in 1989. He became a self-taught comic artist and illustrator, and his work has appeared in several books, magazines, licensed products, greeting cards and advertisements. Stromoski has illustrated books for publishers like MacMillan, Workman and Random House. He is the creator of the daily comic strip 'Soup to Nutz', through the Newspaper Enterprise Association since March 2000. Stromoski has also created 'The Mullets' with Steve McGarry. He was elected president of the National Cartoonists Society in 2005." ~ Lambiek art area: 5" h x 16" w

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Story - Mr. Doodle, Tryout Daily Strip
Milt Story
Milt Story Mr. Doodle Tryout Strip Original Daily Strip Art (unknown date) art area: 5" h x 18½" w

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Stromoski - SOUP TO NUTZ Sunday Page (2/3/2000s)
Rick Stromoski
Rick Stromoski SOUP TO NUTZ Original Sunday Page Art (2/3/2000s) This piece includes a a drawing to the left of the strip. "Rick Stromoski was born in a family of twelve in Edison, New Jersey, and later moved to the Los Angeles area, eventually setting in Connecticut in 1989. He became a self-taught comic artist and illustrator, and his work has appeared in several books, magazines, licensed products, greeting cards and advertisements. Stromoski has illustrated books for publishers like MacMillan, Workman and Random House. He is the creator of the daily comic strip 'Soup to Nutz', through the Newspaper Enterprise Association since March 2000. Stromoski has also created 'The Mullets' with Steve McGarry. He was elected president of the National Cartoonists Society in 2005." ~ Lambiek art area: 7" h x 16" w; drawing: 6" h x 5" w

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Dodd - Mark Trail (2/23/1991)
Ed Dodd
Ed Dodd Mark Trail Original Daily Strip Art (2/23/1991) Inscription: "Best Wishes from Mark Trail and Vick Elrod" art area: 4¾” h x 16½” w

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Browne - HAGAR THE HORRIBLE Sunday Page (6/12/1988)
Dik Browne
Dik Browne HAGAR THE HORRIBLE Original Sunday Page Art (6/12/1988) art area: 10" h x 15" w

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Browne - HAGAR THE HORRIBLE Daily Strip (5/27/1988)
Dik Browne
Dik Browne HAGAR THE HORRIBLE Original Daily Strip Art (5/27/1988) art area: 3¾" h x 13" w

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Tippit - HENRY Daily Strip (12/27/1980)
Jack Tippit
Jack Tippit HENRY Original Daily Strip Art (12/27/1980) Henry is an original paste over in the first two frames. All else is original to this piece. art area: 5 ½" h x 19" w

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Drake - Daily Strip (4/14/1982)
Drake
Drake Original Daily Strip Art (4/14/1982) art area: 4½" h x 15" w

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Dodd - MARK TRAIL Motherless Kitten Daily Strip (3/31/1976)
Ed Dodd
Ed Dodd MARK TRAIL Motherless Kitten Original Daily Strip Art (3/31/1976) art area: 6" h x 22" w

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Sullivan - OUT OUR WAY Sunday Page (9/15/1974)
Ed Sullivan
Ed Sullivan OUT OUR WAY the WILLETS Sunday Page Art (9/15/1974) art area: 16" h x 24" w

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Hamlin - ALLEY OOP Sunday Page (1/7/1973)
V.T. Hamlin
V.T. Hamlin ALLEY OOP Original Sunday Page Art (1/7/1973) art area: 16" h x 24" w

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HA Smith - Gag Panel (4/7/1973)
Ha Smith
HA Smith Original Gag Panel Art (4/7/1973) art area: 8" h x 8" w

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Nicholle - LOOK & LEARN
Patrick Nicholle
Patrick Nicholle LOOK & LEARN From the UK publication, LOOK & LEARN, comes this beautifully illustrated cover painting by Patrick Nicholle. Nicolle (1907-1995). had an expertise on medieval history, his eye for detail and his willingness to spend many hours researching his subjects helped make him one of the finest and longest-serving artists to grace the pages of Look and Learn, his association lasting the full twenty years it ran. From cut-away centre spreads of ancient buildings and the history of armour to the comic strip ‘Sir Nigel’, Nicolle never failed to impress. Born in Hampstead, London, on 15 November 1907, Nicolle was educated in Birmingham and London. Artistic talent was in the family (his older brother Jack was also an illustrator). After working in the book trade for some years he began freelancing illustrations for catalogues, magazines and books. He returned to illustration after serving for six years with the Royal Engineers and was spotted by Leonard Matthews, who invited him to draw comic strips for Amalgamated Press, his first appearing in 1950. Over the next decade he drew ‘Robin Hood’, ‘The Three Musketeers’, ‘Ivanhoe’, ‘The Prisoner of Zenda’, ‘Under the Golden Dragon’ (later reprinted in Eagle as ‘The Last of the Saxon Kings’), and his longest-running strip, featuring Ginger Tom, a young squire, which ran for nearly four years in Knockout (1956-60). Nicolle, who was a founder member of the Arms and Armour Society, retired when Look and Learn folded. He died in November 1996, aged 87. (Much of this information was gleaned from the consignor's conversations with Nicolle's granddaughter.) piece: 15" h x 10½" w

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Garel - Gag Panel (5/1969 ?)
Leo Garel
Leo Garel Original Gag Panel Art (5/1969?) "OF COURSE WE ACCEPT CREDIT CARDS, IT'S JUST THAT WE HAVEN'T ANY OATS." art are: 12" h x 9" w

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Ayers - CAPT. SAVAGE & HIS LEATHERNECK RAIDERS #2 Cover (1968)
Dick Ayers
Dick Ayers CAPT. SAVAGE & HIS LEATHERNECK RAIDERS #2 Cover (1968) Dick Ayers - pencils Syd Shores - inks Memorable cover image from a short-run forgettable Marvel Comics war title . . . "From his command post on HYDRA Island, Baron Strucker, Supreme HYDRA, orchestrates a battle between two enemies as they both attack the HYDRA lair. On the one side is Capt. Savage and his Leatherneck Raiders. On the other, Japanese Sgt. Morita and his Samurai Squad. Both have targeted HYDRA, but soon face each other." piece: 20½" h x 13½" w

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Garle - "… it's how you play the game." Gag Panel (date unknown)
Leo Garle
Leo Garle "… it's how you play the game." Original Gag Panel Art (date unknown) Gag panel with hand written gag line on back. art area: 12" h x 9" w

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Johnson - MOON MULLINS Daily Strip (10/8/1962)
Fred Johnson
Fred Johnson MOON MULLINS Original Daily Strip Art (10/8/1962) Veteran cartoonist Fred Johnson, whose "Moon Mullins" syndicated cartoon strip debuted when Calvin Coolidge was President and ran until George Bush occupied the Oval Office. art area: 5" h x 16¼" w

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Barnes - THE BETTER HALF Gag Panel (7/14/1962)
Bob Barnes
Bob Barnes THE BETTER HALF Original Gag Panel Art (7/14/1962) Barnes' work includes Laff of the Week (1947-1970), Double-Take (1952-1958) and The Better Half (1956-1972). art area: 6" h x 9" w

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Wright - CAROL DAY, Emergency #1403 Daily Strip (1961)
David Wright
David Wright CAROL DAY Emergency #1403 Original Daily Strip Art (1961) Angela plants suspicion in Michael's mind. art area: 5¼" h x 17" w

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Mosley - SMILIN' JACK Daily Strip (10/29/1960)
Zack Mosley
Zack Mosley SMILIN' JACK Original Daily Strip Art (10/29/1960) art area: 6" h x 19¾" w

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Unknown - OKLAHOMA KID #4 Cover (1958)
Unknown
Unknown OKLAHOMA KID #4 Cover (1958) Nice 1950s Western cover in very good condition, though missing a speech balloon, which uncovers artwork piece: 17" h x 11½" w

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Wright - CAROL DAY, Ebb-Tide #791 Daily Strip (1959)
David Wright
David Wright CAROL DAY Ebb-Tide #791 Original Daily Strip Art (1959) Mr. Tracy thinks Carol is "… quite a nymph." art area: 5¼" h x 17" w

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? - Gag Panel (10/9/1957)
? - Gag Panel Art
? - Gag Panel Art (10/9/1957) "I thought I'd tell you "cats" that I already knocked one cat off the backyard fence!" art area: 10" h x 8"

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Smith – Editorial Cartoon (unknown date)
Ron Smith
Ron Smith Editorial Cartoon “School's Out” Original Daily Strip Art (unknown date) art area: 12" h x 12" w

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Roy - NERO WOLF Daily Strip (2/26/1957)
Mike Roy
Mike Roy NERO WOLF Original Daily Strip Art (2/26/1957) Roy drew this classic mystery strip in the 1950s. He also worked as a "ghost" artist on some Flash Gordon strips. art area: 6½" h x 21" w

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Roy - NERO WOLF Daily Strip (2/27/1957)
Mike Roy
Mike Roy NERO WOLF Original Daily Strip Art (2/27/1957) Roy drew this classic mystery strip in the 1950s. He also worked as a "ghost" artist on some Flash Gordon strips. art area: 6 ½" h x 21" w

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Mosley - SMILIN' JACK Daily Strip (12/27/1955)
Zack Mosley
Zack Mosley SMILIN' JACK Original Daily Strip Art (12/27/1955) art area: 6" h x 19½" w

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Roy - NERO WOLF Daily Strip (2/25/1957)
Mike Roy
Mike Roy NERO WOLF Original Daily Strip Art (2/25/1957) Roy drew this classic mystery strip in the 1950s. He also worked as a "ghost" artist on some Flash Gordon strips. art area: 6 ½" h x 21" w

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Unknown - BATTLE STORIES #10 Cover (July 1953)
Unknown
Unknown BATTLE STORIES #10 Cover Fawcett (July 1953) Great Korean War pre-code cover in excellent condition! piece: 15½" h x 11" w

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Ed. - HAROLD TEEN Daily Strip (2/25/1955)
Carl Frank Ludwig Ed
Carl Frank Ludwig Ed HAROLD TEEN Original Daily Strip Art (2/25/1955) Carl Frank Ludwig Ed was a comic strip artist best known as the creator of Harold Teen. His name is pronounced eed. Born in Moline, Illinois, Ed graduated from Augustana College in Rock Island, Illinois. He was 22 years old when he worked on the baseball strip Big Ben in 1912. art area: 5" h x 16 ½" w

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Wunder - TERRY AND THE PIRATES Daily Strip (2/28/1951)
George Wunder
George Wunder TERRY AND THE PIRATES Original Daily Strip Art (2/28/1951) art area: 6½" h x 21¾" w

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Leff - CURLY KAYOE Daily Strip (6/12/1952)
Sam Leff
Sam Leff CURLY KAYOE Original Daily Strip Art (6/12/1952) "Off to work!" art area: 5" h x 19" w

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Matera - MR. HOLIDAY Daily Strip (1/23/1951)
Francis "fran" Matera
Francis "Fran" Matera MR. HOLIDAY Original Daily Strip Art (1/23/1951) "SAID THE SPIDER TO THE FLY" One would think these two greeting card moguls will never get together. art area: 6¼" h x 21¼" w

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Matera - MR. HOLIDAY Daily Strip (2/3/1951)
Francis "fran" Matera
Francis "Fran" Matera MR. HOLIDAY Original Daily Strip Art (2/3/1951) "HEAVY TALK" Matera and comic book writer Chad Kelly teamed to do the short-lived Mr. Holiday (1950–51), about do-gooder Mr. Holiday and his young assistant Rod O'Keef. art area: 6¼" h x 21¼" w

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Loche/Thornton - Daily Strip (10/14/??)
Ruth Loche/john Thornton
Ruth Loche/John Thornton Original Daily Strip Art (10/14/??) art area: 5" h x 18½" w

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Matera - MR. HOLIDAY Daily Strip (11/10/1950)
Francis "fran" Matera
Francis "Fran" Matera MR. HOLIDAY Original Daily Strip Art (11/10/1950) art area: 6¼" h x 21¼" w

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Kamen - INSPECTOR DAYTON #44 Daily Strip (1950s)
Jack Kamen
Jack Kamen INSPECTOR DAYTON #44 Original Daily Strip Art (1950s) art area: 5" h x 19" w

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Stone - Original Drawing (unknown date)
Hal Stone
Hal Stone Original Drawing (unknown date) Ink on illustration board. art area: 7½" h x 9" w

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Tuthill - THE BUNGLE FAMILY Sunday Page (5/23/1926)
Harry J. Tuthill
Harry J. Tuthill THE BUNGLE FAMILY Original Sunday Page Art (5/23/1926) This page was hand colored. art area: 27½" h x 21¾" w

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Starr - LITTLE ORPHAN ANNIE Daily Strip (12/4/1982)
Leonard Starr
Leonard Starr LITTLE ORPHAN ANNIE Original Daily Strip Art (12/4/1982) art area: 5" h x 16" w

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"Sweet Charity", Spiderman, pg 21
"sweet Charity"
"Sweet Charity" Spiderman, pg 21 art area: 14 ½" h x 9 ½" w

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Starr - LITTLE ORPHAN ANNIE Daily Strip (5/6/1981)
Leonard Starr
Leonard Starr LITTLE ORPHAN ANNIE Original Daily Strip Art (5/6/1981) "…pure white …" art area: 5" h x 16 ¼" w

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Starr - LITTLE ORPHAN ANNIE Daily Strip (6//26/1982)
Leonard Starr
Leonard Starr LITTLE ORPHAN ANNIE Original Daily Strip Art (6//26/1982) art area: 5" h x 16 ¼" w

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Sherry - HOOK SLIDER (3/3/1955)
Bob Sherry
Bob Sherry HOOK SLIDER (3/3/1955) Original Daily Strip Art art area: 4 ¾" h x 16 ½" w

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Starr - LITTLE ORPHAN ANNIE Daily Strip (5/5/1981)
Leonard Starr
Leonard Starr LITTLE ORPHAN ANNIE Original Daily Strip Art (5/5/1981) art area: 5" h x 16 ¼" w

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Gotto - OZARK IKE (7/25/1950)
Gotto
Gotto OZARK IKE (7/25/1950) Original Daily Strip Art art area: 6" h x 20" w

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Holman - SPOOKY (c. 1950s)
Skat Holman
Skat Holman SPOOKY (c 1950s) Original Daily Strip Art Noodle Goop art area: 4 ¾" h x 23" w

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Andriola - KERRY DRAKE (6/4/1946)
Alfred Andriola
Alfred Andriola KERRY DRAKE (6/4/1946) Original Daily Strip Art Torso Steel art area: 5 ¾" h x 18 ¾" w

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Fisher - CICERO'S CAT "Maybe the cat should retire." (10/5/1947)
Bud Fisher
Bud Fisher CICERO'S CAT "Maybe the cat should retire." (10/5/1947) Original Sunday Page Art art area: 9 ¾" h x 24" w

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Andriola - KERRY DRAKE (9/11/1945)
Alfred Andriola
Alfred Andriola KERRY DRAKE (9/11/1945) Original Daily Strip Art ANGEL-PUSS art area: 5 ¾" h x 18 ¾" w

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Andriola - KERRY DRAKE (2/1/1946)
Alfred Andriola
Alfred Andriola KERRY DRAKE (2/1/1946) Original Daily Strip Art MEATBALL art area: 5 ¾" h x 18 ¾" w

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Robbins - JOHNNY HAZARD 9/22/1972 Daily Strip
Frank Robbins
Frank Robbins JOHNNY HAZARD (9/22/1972) Original Daily Strip Art Johnny Hazard was an action-adventure comic strip created by cartoonist Frank Robbins for King Features Syndicate. It was published from 1944 until 1977 with separate story lines for the daily strip and the Sunday strip. art area: 4 ¼" h x 14 ½" w

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Link - TINY TIM & CHING CHOW Sunday Page (9/10/1944)
Stanley Link
Stanley Link TINY TIM & CHING CHOW Original Sunday Page Art (9/10/1944) Here we have two strips that would have run together on a Sunday Page. rt area: 13" h x 19" w

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Plumb - ELLA CINDERS (12/11/1949) Sunday Page
Charlie Plumb
Charlie Plumb ELLA CINDERS (12/11/1949) Original Sunday Page Art “Jhondu the Magician” The title frame is a stat. All the rest is original art. The rows were drawn individually, and taped together on the back. art area: 15" h x 22½" w

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Rouson - SHOP ACTS (8/6/1934) Daily Strip
John Henry Rouson
John Henry Rouson SHOP ACTS (8/6/1934) Original Daily Strip Art "No Guarantee With That." Classic mid-30s style. This flighty flapper humor is the hallmark of this stylish strip from the thirties. art area: 5" h x 20¾" w

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Birdsong - Sleeping Beauty Cover
Keith Birdsong
Keith Birdsong Sleeping Beauty Cover Original Painting Oil Although this appears to be a three dimensional piece, it is actually a flat, two dimensional painting. art area: 6" h x 14¾" w

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McPherson - CLOSE TO HOME (10/17/1996)
McPherson
McPherson CLOSE TO HOME (10/17/1996) Original Daily Strip Art art area: 7" h x 5¾" w

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Daily Strip (8/22/?)
Original Daily Strip Art
Original Daily Strip Art (8/22/?) art area: 5½" h x 12½" w

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Kane – BATMAN – LEGENDS OF THE DARK NIGHT
Gil Kane
Gil Kane BATMAN – LEGENDS OF THE DARK NIGHT “Book 26 Page 19” art area: 14¾" h x 9½" w

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Van Buren - Abbie an' Slats Daily Strip (9/10/1946)
Raeburn Van Buren
Raeburn Van Buren Abbie an' Slats Original Daily Strip Art (9/10/1946) Van Buren began drawing Abbie an' Slats in 1937. The strip followed the experiences of a rural spinster raising her young cousin, a streetwise urban child. The strip was carried in 400 newspapers .... Van Buren stayed on the strip, and it ended with his retirement in 1971. art area: 5" h x 18¾" w

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Cochran - OUT OUR WAY (4/14/1962) Daily Strip
Negley "neg" W. Cochran
Negley "Neg" W. Cochran OUT OUR WAY (4/14/1962) Original Daily Strip Art Starting out as J.R. Williams assistant, Neg took over the strip in 1957 after Williams died. At its height Out Our Way was syndicated in more than 700 newspapers. This strip is accompanied by a newspaper clipping. art area: 11" h x 12" w

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Starr - ON STAGE Daily Strip (8/23/1973)
Leonard Starr
Leonard Starr ON STAGE Original Daily Strip Art (8/23/1973) art area: 5” h x 16 ½" w

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Arens - ROY ROGERS Daily Strip (12/28/1960)
Mike Arens
Mike Arens ROY ROGERS Original Daily Strip Art (12/28/1960) Sorry Roy's not in this one. art area: 4½" h x 15¼" w

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Rogers - Daily Strip (2/2/1981 )
Dick Rogers
Dick Rogers Daily Strip (2/2/1981) Original Daily Strip Art The words in the second frame is a paste-up. art area: 4¾" h x 15" w

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Celardo - Daily Strip (7/14/1982)
John Celardo
John Celardo Original Daily Strip Art (7/14/1982) John Celardo (December 27, 1918 – January 6, 2012) was an American comic strip and comic book artist, best known for illustrating the Tarzan comic strip. Born on Staten Island, Celardo continued to live there most of his life. After a childhood in Mariners Harbor, he graduated from Port Richmond High School. He began his art career in the late 1930s drawing animals for the National Youth Administration at the Staten Island Zoo at West Brighton, where he was once photographed in the alligator pit by the Staten Island Advance. art area: 4½" h x 15¼" w

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Daily Strip (6/3/1980)
Original Daily Strip Art
Original Daily Strip Art (6/3/1980) art area: 4½" h x 14" w

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Helle - THE FILBERTS Daily Strip (11/1/1957)
Ray Helle
Ray Helle THE FILBERTS Original Daily Strip Art (11/1/1957) This strip is accompanied by a newspaper clipping of the strip & a letter from the Chicago Tribune gifting the strip to Mr. R.S. Craggs. art area: 4¾” h x 15½” w

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Schrim - SPA FON! (2002)
Schrim
Schrim SPA FON! (2002) From the personal collection of Al Feldstein. This special "Crypt Keeper" was drawn just for Al. art area; 7¾" h x 11" w

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Dubesch - Dragon Councel (2015)
Mike Dubesch
Mike Dubesch Dragon Council (2015) Original Drawing Ink and Gouche on Toned Paper art area: 14" h x 11" w

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Matera - STEVE ROPER, 2 Daily Strips (4/6 & 7/1988)
Fran Matera
Fran Matera STEVE ROPER Original Daily Strip Art (4/6 & 7/1988) Two consecutive strips. art area: 4" h x 13" w

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Matera - STEVE ROPER, Daily Strip (5/12/1987)
Fran Matera
Fran Matera STEVE ROPER Original Daily Strip Art (5/12/1987) art area: 4 ½" h x 14 ¾" w

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Tippet - DOCTOR BILL (unknown date)
Jack Tippet
Jack Tippet DOCTOR BILL Original Daily Strip Art (unknown date) The doctor has a shot for that. The DOCTOR BILL strip was created in the 1960. Tippit also drew AMY and HENRY. "Jack Tippit was a gag cartoonist from Texas for all of the major magazines including the New Yorker, Look, and the Saturday Evening Post. After attending the Lubbock (Texas) public school, he went to Texas Technological College before transferring to Syracuse University, where he got his degree in Fine Arts. During World War II, he served in the Air Force for four years, doing 46 combat missions as a B-24 pilot in the Southwest Pacific. During the Korean War, he also served as a jet pilot." ~ Lambiek art area: 3 ½ “ h x 18“ h

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Starr - LITTLE ORPHAN ANNIE, Daily Strip (11/24/1982)
Leonard Starr
Leonard Starr LITTLE ORPHAN ANNIE Original Daily Strip Art (11/24/1982) "…regular school …" art area: 5" h x 16" w

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Ketcham - DENNIS THE MENACE Daily Strip (6/4/1986)
Henry "hank" King Ketcham
Henry "Hank" King Ketcham DENNIS THE MENACE Original Daily Strip Art (6/4/1986) The well known troublemaker, Dennis The Menace, was based on his own son, Dennis Lloyd Ketcham. The strip debuted on March 12, 1951. 7 1/2" x 9 1/2"

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Olden - GENIUS, Daily Strip (9/16/1975)
Dick Olden
Dick Olden GENIUS Original Daily Strip Art "Nuisance Tax" (9/16/1975) art area: 3 ½ “ h x 11 ¼ “ h

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Fabian - "OBERON - GALAXY", Weird Tales pg 50 (1976)
Stephen Fabian
Stephen Fabian "OBERON - GALAXY" Weird Tales, pg 50 Original Drawing (1976) art area: 10” h x 3” w

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Leffingwell - LITTLE JOE, Sunday Page (3/10/1963)
Leffingwell
Leffingwell LITTLE JOE Original Sunday Page "Jay Walking" (3/10/1963) ART AREA: 9 ¼" H X 20 ½" W

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Vermeer - PRISCILLA, Daily Strip (3/21/1964)
Al Vermeer
Al Vermeer PRISCILLA Original Daily Strip Art (3/21/1964) Al Vermeer was born in Alameda, California in 1911, to Dutch immigrants from Utrecht, The Netherlands. He became a comic artist and created the comic 'Priscilla's Pop', which appeared in American newspapers between 1947 and 1982. The strip reflected situations from his own home and children (he had a son and a daughter). During the 1970s, Bill Woggon joined him as assistant. Al Vermeer stopped doing the strip in 1976, when it was taken over by Ed Sullivan. Al Vermeer died in 1980 in Humbolt, California. art area: 4 ¾" h x 16" w

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Vittur - MYRTLE Daily Strip (5/12/1959)
Bob Vittur
Bob Vittur MYRTLE Original Daily Strip Art (5/12/1959) Dudly Fisher started Right Around Home in 1937, and drew it up until his death in 1951. Myrtle, one of the neighborhood kids, who got her own strip in 1942. Fisher's assistant, Bob Vittur took over the strip and drew it until it ended in 1965. art area: 6" h x 20 ½" w

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Kuhn - GRANDMA, Daily Strip (12/29/1960)
Chas. Kuhn
Chas. Kuhn GRANDMA Original Daily Strip Art (12/29/1960) Grandma was a comic strip by Charles Kuhn that began April 14, 1947. It was originally distributed by Duke Richardson's Indianapolis-based syndicate, Richardson Feature Service. A year later, Grandma was picked up by King Features Syndicate which distributed it from June 28, 1948 until 1969. He usually signed the strip "Chas. Kuhn". This piece has an inscription to Frank King with artist's signature. art area: 6" h x 22 ¼" w

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Unknown - BUFFALO BILL, Daily Strip (9/19/1955)
Unknown
Unknown BUFFALO BILL Original Daily Strip Art (9/19/1955) 26 ½” x 8 ½”

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Smith - MUTT AND JEFF, 2 Daily Strips (2/7 & 8/1956)
Al Smith
Al Smith MUTT AND JEFF Original Daily Strips Art (2/7 & 8/1956) The Babysitter This strip began publishing in 1908. art area: 5 ¼" h x 19 ¼" w each

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Galbraith - SIDE GLANCES, Gag Panel (9/02/1949)
William Galbraith Crawford
William Galbraith Crawford SIDE GLANCES Original Daily Strip Art (9/2/1949) Galbraith took over Side Glances in 1939, and continued to reflect American life one picture at a time for many decades. 8 1/2" x 10 3/4"

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Unknown - ROY ROGERS, Daily Strip (8/23/1950)
Unknown
Unknown ROY ROGERS Original Daily Strip Art (8/23/1950) 23” x 8 ½”

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Link - THE DAILYS, Daily Strip (11/18/1949)
Stanley Link
Stanley Link THE DAILYS Original Daily Strip Art (11/18/1949) Old Blubberpuss art area: 6" h x 19 ¾" w

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Andriola - KERRY DRAKE, Daily Strip (12/9/1949)
Alfred Andriola
Alfred Andriola KERRY DRAKE Original Daily Strip Art (12/9/1949) Folly art area: 5 ¾" h x 18 ½" w

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Leonard - MICKEY FINN, Daily Strip (10/34/19??)
Lank Leonard
Lank Leonard MICKEY FINN Original Daily Strip Art (10/34/19??) The Proposition! Leonard drew Mickey Finn for more than three decades, The character of Mickey Finn was inspired by Leonard's observations of Port Chester policeman Mickey Brennan. Other characters in Mickey Finn were drawn from Lank Leonard's own family, and the model for Mickey Finn was Leonard himself. Mickey's mother was based on numerous sketches of Leonard's mother, and his real-life Uncle Phil inspired the comic strip Uncle Phil. Kitty Kelly, Mickey's fiancée, was modeled on Florence McLaughlin, whom Leonard married in June 1939. 21 1/4" x 6"

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Van Buren - ABBIE 'N' SLATS, Daily Strip (7/10/1946)
Raeburn Van Buren
Raeburn Van Buren ABBIE 'N' SLATS Original Daily Strip Art "In Davy Jones' Locker" (7/10/1946) This piece has some strips of double-faced mounting tape on the back. 22 ¼” x 6 ¼”

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Grindberg - Two Figure Studies Original Drawing
Tom Grindberg
Tom Grindberg Two Figure Studies Original Drawing The spaceman is a nice pencil sketch. Tarzan climbing has been inked and signed. piece: 8 ¼” h x 11" w; art areas: 5" h x 4" w & 6" h x 4" w

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Kling - JOE & ASBESTOS, "Horses on Strike" (4/21/1930s-40s)
Kenneth Kling
Kenneth Kling JOE & ASBESTOS "Horses on Strike" Original Daily Strip Art (4/21/1930s-40s) Kenneth Kling, born October 18, 1895, was the artist behind Joe and Asbestos, a comic strip that focused on horse racing. The strip originally debuted as Joe Quince and was published in the fall of 1925 in only one newspaper, the Baltimore Sun, on a one-year trial basis. Kling had Joe picking real horses for actual races, and incredibly the picks all won. This made the strip immensely popular and other papers rushed to jump on the bandwagon and pick up the strip. After a few months Kling added a black stable boy as Joe's companion, an African-American "Al Jolsen" style caricature that at the time was acceptable but is totally politically incorrect by today's standards. Asbestos the stable boy quickly gained in popularity and became the costar of the strip, which was renamed Joe and Asbestos accordingly. The strip actually ended up running in only a score of metropolitan papers, but it still made a lot of money for the creator. Kling passed away on May 3, 1970. art area: 5 ½" h x 16" w

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Kuhn - GRANDMA Daily Strip (11/11/1961)
Charles H. Kuhn
Charles H. Kuhn GRANDMA Original Daily Strip (11/11/1961) Grandma was a comic strip by Charles Kuhn that began April 14, 1947. It was originally distributed by Duke Richardson's Indianapolis-based syndicate, Richardson Feature Service. A year later, Grandma was picked up by King Features Syndicate which distributed it from June 28, 1948 until 1969. He usually signed the strip "Chas. Kuhn". This piece has an inscription to Frank King with artist's signature. art area: 6" h x 22 ¼" w

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