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Auction results • 2018-03-29

Lots
94
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Sale Total
$60,621
Highest Sale
$42,600

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Sullivan - OUT OUR WAY Sunday Page (8/11/1974) NO RESERVE
Ed Sullivan
Ed Sullivan OUT OUR WAY the WILLETS Original Sunday Page Art (8/11/1974) NO RESERVE!! art area: 16" h x 24" w

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Arriola - GORDO, "Republican Win" Daily Strip (8/13/79) NO RESERVE
Gustavo "gus" Arriola
Gustavo "Gus" Arriola GORDO "Republican Win" Original Daily Strip Art (8/13/79) NO RESERVE!!! art area: 5¼" h x 19¼" w

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Harkins - RUGRATS, 2 Daily Strips (5/31 & 6/1/1999) NO RESERVE
Tim Harkins
Tim Harkins RUGRATS 2 Daily Strips Original Daily Strip Art (5/31 & 6/1/1999) NO RESERVE!! art area: 4" h x 13" w each strip

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Cavalli - WINTHROP, "Join the Circus" Daily Strip (1/22/77) NO RESERVE
Dick Cavalli
Dick Cavalli WINTHROP "Join the Circus" Original Daily Strip Art (1/22/77) NO RESERVE!! art area: 4¾" h x 16" w

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Hamlin - ALLEY OOP Daily Strip (11/25/1972) NO RESERVE
V.T. Hamlin
V.T. Hamlin ALLEY OOP Original Daily Strip Art (11/25/1972) NO RESERVE!! art area: 6" h x 19¾" w

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Van Buren - ABBIE an' SLATS, Sunday (2/11/1968) NO RESERVE
Raeburn Van Buren
Raeburn Van Buren ABBIE an' SLATS Original Sunday Page Art (2/11/1968) NO RESERVE!! Poor Raeburn Van Buren! He is surely the Rodney Dangerfield of comic artists---he gets no respect! And yet he is one of the finest illustrators to work in the comics. His characters are believable and well-rounded and his drawing and inking is top notch. If he had been doing an adventure strip or a science fiction strip, comic art collectors would be all over his work. art area: 15" h x 20½" w

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Baker - TEDDY and JERRY, 2 Daily Strips (1/15 & 16/1934) NO RESERVE
Ralf Baker
Ralf Baker TEDDY and JERRY 2 Daily Strips "Bedtime" "Move Over" Original Daily Strip Art (1/15/1934 & 1/16/1934) NO RESERVE!! art area: 5¾" h x 20" w each strip

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Payne - Billy the Boy Painter (c. 1940) NO RESERVE!
Ed Payne
Ed Payne Billy the Boy Painter Original Sunday Page Art (c. 1940) NO RESERVE! art area: 14" h x 18 ½" w

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Van Buren - ABBIE an' SLATS, Daily Strip (6/8/1946) NO RESERVE
Raiburn Van Buren
Raiburn Van Buren ABBIE an' SLATS "Romance" Original Daily Strip Art (6/8/1946) Mr. Hagstone has a conversation with himself in one of the few single-character strips. NO RESERVE!! art area: 5" h x 18¾" w

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Stromoski - SOUP TO NUTZ Sunday Page (4/13/2000s)
Rick Stromoski
Rick Stromoski SOUP TO NUTZ Original Sunday Page Art (4/13/2000s) 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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Stromoski - SOUP TO NUTZ Daily Strip (3/22/2000s)
Rick Stromoski
Rick Stromoski SOUP TO NUTZ Original Daily Strip Art (3/22/2000s) "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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Stromoski - SOUP TO NUTZ Daily Strip (1/24/2000s)
Rick Stromoski
Rick Stromoski SOUP TO NUTZ Original Daily Strip Art (1/24/2000s) "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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Kamen - INSPECTOR DAYTON #65 Daily Strip (1950)
Jack Kamen
Jack Kamen INSPECTOR DAYTON #65 Original Daily Strip (1950) EC ARTIST JACK KAMEN DREW THIS DAILY STRIP BEFORE HE WENT TO WORK FOR EC art area: 5" h x 19" w

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McCormick - Gag Panel (1/30/1984) NO RESERVE!
Carroll McCormick
Carroll McCormick Gag Panel Original Daily Strip (1/30/1984) NO RESERVE! arte area: 8" h x 8" w

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King - GASOLINE ALLEY Daily Strip (5/16/1933) NO RESERVE
Frank King
Frank King GASOLINE ALLEY Original Daily Strip (5/16/1933) "Seen any I.O.U.'s?" NO RESERVE!! art area: 5¾” h x 20” w

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McBride - Napoleon (8/20/?) Original Daily Strip NO RESERVE!
Clifford McBride
Clifford McBride Napoleon (8/20/?) Original Daily Strip NO RESERVE! McBride was an American cartoonist best known for his comic strip Napoleon and Uncle Elby. Born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, McBride was twice expelled from school because of his drawings in the school paper. His first professional cartoon was published in 1917 in The Los Angeles Times. When he graduated from Occidental College, he moved to Pasadena, California, beginning his career in 1923 as a staff artist for The Los Angeles Times. The following year, he illustrated humorous fiction for the Chicago Tribune. 9 3/4" x 11 3/4"

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Arriola - GORDO, "Evolution" Sunday Page (7/2/1961) NO RESERVE
Gustavo "gus" Arriola
Gustavo "Gus" Arriola GORDO "Evolution" Original Sunday Page Art Art (7/2/1961) NO RESERVE!! ARRIOLA WAS ONE OF CHARLES SCHULZ' FAVORITE CARTOONISTS art area: 15" h x 22½" w

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King - GASOLINE ALLEY Sunday Page (5/28/1944) NO RESERVE
Frank King
Frank King GASOLINE ALLEY Original Sunday Page Art (5/28/1944) NO RESERVE!! art area: 10 ½" h x 15 " w

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Kling - JOE & ABESTOS, "Horses on Strike" (4/21/1930s-40s) NO RESERVE!
Kenneth Kling
Kenneth Kling JOE & ASBESTOS "Horses on Strike" Original Daily Strip Art (4/21/1930s-40s) NO RESERVE! 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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Scancarelli - GASOLINE ALLEY, 3 Consecutive Dailies NO RESERVE!
Jim Scancarelli
Jim Scancarelli GASOLINE ALLEY 3 Consecutive Dailies (11/6/2007) (11/7/2007) (11/8/2007) NO RESERVE! art area: 4¾" h x 15½" w each strip

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Scancarelli - GASOLINE ALLEY, 2 Consecutive Dailies NO RESERVE!
Jim Scancarelli
Jim Scancarelli GASOLINE ALLEY 2 Consecutive Dailies (11/9/2007) (11/10/2007) NO RESERVE! art area: 4¾" h x 15½" w each strip

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Scancarelli - GASOLINE ALLEY, 3 Consecutive Dailies NO RESERVE!
Jim Scancarelli
Jim Scancarelli GASOLINE ALLEY 3 Consecutive Dailies (11/12/2007) (11/13/2007) (11/14/2007) NO RESERVE! art area: 4¾" h x 15½" w each strip

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Scancarelli - GASOLINE ALLEY, 3 Consecutive Dailies NO RESERVE!
Jim Scancarelli
Jim Scancarelli GASOLINE ALLEY 3 Consecutive Dailies (11/15/2007) (11/16/2007) (11/17/2007) NO RESERVE! art area: 4¾" h x 15½" w each strip

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Scancarelli - GASOLINE ALLEY, 3 Consecutive Dailies NO RESERVE!
Jim Scancarelli
Jim Scancarelli GASOLINE ALLEY 3 Consecutive Dailies (11/19/2007) (11/20/2007) (11/21/2007) NO RESERVE! art area: 4¾" h x 15½" w each strip

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Scancarelli - GASOLINE ALLEY, 2 Consecutive Dailies + 1 NO RESERVE!
Jim Scancarelli
Jim Scancarelli GASOLINE ALLEY 2 Consecutive Dailies + 1 (11/23/2007) (11/24/2007) (11/26/2007) NO RESERVE! art area: 4¾" h x 15½" w each strip

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Scancarelli - GASOLINE ALLEY, 3 Consecutive Dailies NO RESERVE!
Jim Scancarelli
Jim Scancarelli GASOLINE ALLEY 3 Consecutive Dailies (11/27/2007) (11/28/2007) (11/29/2007) NO RESERVE! art area: 4¾" h x 15½" w each strip

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Scancarelli - GASOLINE ALLEY, 2 Consecutive Dailies NO RESERVE!
Jim Scancarelli
Jim Scancarelli GASOLINE ALLEY 2 Consecutive Dailies (11/30/2007) (12/1/2007) NO RESERVE! art area: 4¾" h x 15½" w each strip

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Wright - CAROL DAY, "Emergency" #1362 Daily Strip (1960) NO RESERVE
David Wright
David Wright CAROL DAY #1362 "Emergency" Original Daily Strip Art (1960) NO RESERVE!! DAVID WRIGHT'S BEAUTIFULLY RENDERED CAROL DAY WAS A DAILY STRIP IN ENGLISH NEWSPAPERS IN THE LATE 1950S AND EARLY 1960S. art area: 5¼" h x 17" w

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Wright - CAROL DAY, "The Changeling" #1701 & 1702 Daily Strips (1961 NO RESERVE)
David Wright
David Wright CAROL DAY #1701 & #1702 "The Changeling" 2 Consecutive Daily Strips Original Daily Strip Art (1961) NO RESERVE!! TWO CONSECUTIVE DAILY STRIPS. art area: 5¼" h x 17" w each strip

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King - GASOLINE ALLEY Daily Strip (unknown date)NO RESERVE
Frank King
Frank King GASOLINE ALLEY Original Daily Strip (unknown date) The dialog was never inked on this strip. The strip is not dated. It possibly never ran. art area: 6" h x 19 ¾" w

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Starr - Little Orphan Annie (4/23/1981) NO RESERVE!
Leonard Starr
Leonard Starr Little Orphan Annie Original Daily Strip Art (4/23/1981) NO RESERVE! art area: 5" h x 16 ¼” w

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Ketcham - DENNIS THE MENACE Daily (6/4/1986) NO RESERVE!
Henry "hank" King Ketcham
Henry "Hank" King Ketcham DENNIS THE MENACE Daily Strip Art (6/4/1986) NO RESERVE! 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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Wright - CAROL DAY, "Friedrich Kahlenerg" #1896 & 1897 Daily STRIPS (1962)NO RESERVE
David Wright
David Wright CAROL DAY #1896 & #1897 "Friedrich Kahlenerg" 2 Consecutive Daily Strips Original Daily Strip Art (1962) NO RESERVE!!! art area: 5¼" h x 17" w each strip

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Leffingwell - LITTLE JOE, Sunday Page (3/10/1963) NO RESERVE!
Leffingwell
Leffingwell LITTLE JOE Original Sunday Page "Jay Walking" (3/10/1963) NO RESERVE! ART AREA: 9 ¼" H X 20 ½" W

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King – GASOLINE ALLEY Daily Strip (5/11/1956)
Frank King
Frank King GASOLINE ALLEY Original Daily Strip (5/11/1956) "Good idea!" FEATURING THE THREE ORIGINAL MEMBERS OF THE GASOLINE ALLEY GANG: DOC, AVERY, AND BILL. art area: 6" h x 19 ¾" w

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King – GASOLINE ALLEY Daily Strip (5/26/1955) NO RESERVE
Frank King
Frank King GASOLINE ALLEY Original Daily Strip (5/26/1955) "It's Pretty-Boy badges for you!" NO RESERVE! art area: 6" h x 19 ¾" w

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Graff - Captain EASY (12/14/1969) NO RESERVE!
Mel Graff
Mel Graff Captain EASY (12/14/1969) Original Sunday Page Art NO RESERVE! Melvin Graff (1907 - Nov 1, 1975) drew his first illustrations for The Tatler, the paper of the West Technical High School of Cleveland, Ohio. In the early 1930s he started out at the Newspaper Enterprise Association, where he became an assistant at the graphic studios. In 1934 he moved to New York, where he drew the comic 'The Adventures of Patsy' for Associated Press. Six years later, Mel Graff succeeded Austin Briggs on the 'Secret Agent X-9' series. Mel Graff drew this police comic until 1960. It was syndicated in 130 newspapers, including several Spanish-language papers in South America, Cuba and Mexico. After his retirement in 1960, Mel Graf remained active. He did some jobs for the advertising field and even took on the Sunday page of the 'Wash Tubbs' series, originally created by Roy Crane in 1924, which he drew until 1969. He also drew the Sunday Strip of 'Captain Easy', originally created by Roy Crane and written by Leslie Turner. ~ Lambiek art area: 16" h x 24" w

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Grindberg - Death Dealer, Original Drawing, (unknown date)
Tom Grindberg
Tom Grindberg Death Dealer (unknown date) Original Drawing There are actually three drawings on this sheet. Only the Death Dealer on horseback has been inked. sheet: 8¼"h x 11¼" w; inked art: 3¼"h x 4" w

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Grindberg - Fantasy Illustration (1997)
Tom Grindberg
Tom Grindberg Fantasy Illustration (1997) Original Drawing 11" x 17"

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Holman - SPOOKY (c. 1950s) NO RESERVE!
Skat Holman
Skat Holman SPOOKY (c 1950s) Original Daily Strip Art Noodle Goop NO RESERVE! art area: 4 ¾" h x 23" w

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Sherry - Hook Slider (3/3/1955) NO RESERVE!
Bob Sherry
Bob Sherry Hook Slider (3/3/1955) Original Daily Strip Art NO RESERVE! art area: 4 ¾" h x 16 ½" w

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Wright - CAROL DAY, "Ebb Tide" #855, 860 & 861 Daily Strips (1959)NO RESERVE
David Wright
David Wright CAROL DAY #855, #860 & #861 "Ebb Tide" 3 Daily Strips Original Daily Strip Art (1959) NO RESERVE!!! art area: 5¼" h x 17" w each strip

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Gould - Dick Tracy Tackles 467 Pounds of Danger! NO RESERVE!
Chester Gould
Chester Gould Dick Tracy Original Comic Book Cover Art Art Dick Tracy Tackles 467 Pounds of Danger! Pencils Joe Simon (as Chester Gould) Inks: Joe Simon (as Chester Goudl) NO RESERVE! This is the original cover art for Dick Tracy Vol. 1, # 124, 1950 Series, by Harvey Comics. "Chester Gould's 'Dick Tracy' was groundbreaking in more ways than one. It was not the first newspaper serial with a continuing storyline, but the first in the realistic genre. Earlier adventure serials had a more romantic or fantastic approach, such as Harold Gray's 'Little Orphan Annie', Hal Foster's 'Tarzan' and Dick Calkins' 'Buck Rogers'. But Gould's action and violence was downright in-your-face. There was no shortage of inspiration when Gould started his feature. The Prohibition era (1920-1933) was a booming period for urban crime organizations in Chicago, and the author just had to look in the paper to get ideas. Tracy himself was for instance largely inspired by real-time crimefighter Eliot Ness. Another source of inspiration were the popular Hollywood gangster and film noir films starring Edward G. Robinson, James Cagney and/or Humphrey Bogart. ... During his tenure, Chester Gould had worked with several assistants, including Dick Moores (1932-1937), ... " Lambiek art area: 11" h x 11" w

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Link - THE DAILYS, Daily Strip (11/18/1949) NO RESERVE!
Stanley Link
Stanley Link THE DAILYS Original Daily Strip Art (11/18/1949) Old Blubberpuss Original Daily Strip Art NO RESERVE! art area: 6" h x 19 ¾" w

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Scancarelli - GASOLINE ALLEY, Thanksgiving Daily NO RESERVE!
Jim Scancarelli
Jim Scancarelli GASOLINE ALLEY Thanksgiving Daily (11/22/2007) NO RESERVE! art area: 4¾" h x 15½" w each strip

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Scancarelli - GASOLINE ALLEY, 3 Consecutive Dailies NO RESERVE!
Jim Scancarelli
Jim Scancarelli GASOLINE ALLEY 3 Consecutive Dailies (10/21/1998) (10/22/1998) (10/23/1998) NO RESERVE! art area: 4¾" h x 15½" w each strip

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Scancarelli - GASOLINE ALLEY, 3 Dailies NO RESERVE!
Jim Scancarelli
Jim Scancarelli GASOLINE ALLEY 3 Non-Consecutive Dailies (1/6/1992) (4/17/1993) (5/3/1993) NO RESERVE! art area: 4¾" h x 15½" w each strip

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Grindberg - The New Adventures of Tarzan, #3747 Sunday Page
Tom Grindberg
Tom Grindberg The New Adventures of Tarzan #3747 BUT WHAT GOES UP MUST COME DOWN – HARD! Original Sunday Page Art (2016) Title and dialogue balloons are stats. art area": 15" h x 21" w

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Unsigned - WOODY WOODPECKER NO RESERVE!
Unsigned
Unsigned WOODY WOODPECKER Game Box Lid Original Painting NO RESERVE!! PAINTING USED FOR WOODY COLORING BOOK art area: 12½" h x 15" w

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Browne - HAGAR THE HORRIBLE Daily Strip (5/28/1988) NO RESERVE
Dik Browne
Dik Browne HAGAR THE HORRIBLE Original Daily Strip Art (5/28/1988) NO RESERVE!! art area: 3¾" h x 13" w

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Andriola - KERRY DRAKE, Daily Strip (12/9/1949) NO RESERVE!
Alfred Andriola
Alfred Andriola KERRY DRAKE Original Daily Strip Art (12/9/1949) Folly NO RESERVE! art area: 5 ¾" h x 18 ½" w

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Fisher - CICERO'S CAT "Maybe the cat should retire." (10/5/1947) NO RESERVE!
Bud Fisher
Bud Fisher CICERO'S CAT "Maybe the cat should retire." (10/5/1947) Original Sunday Page Art NO RESERVE! art area: 9 ¾" h x 24" w

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Link - Tiny Tim & Ching Chow Original Sunday Page (9/10/1944) NO RESERVE!
Stanley Link
Stanley Link - Tiny Tim & Ching Chow Original Sunday Page (9/10/1944) NO RESERVE! 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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Breger - Private Berger On The Lamb (5/17/1945) Gag Panel NO RESERVE!
Irving David Breger
Irving David Breger Private Berger On The Lamb (5/17/1945) Original Gag Panel NO RESERVE! This is a Private Berger Gag Panel with dedication & autograph. Irving David Breger (April 15, 1908 – January 16, 1970) was an American cartoonist who created the syndicated Mister Breger (1945–1970), a gag panel series and Sunday comic strip known earlier as Private Breger and G.I. Joe. The series led to widespread usage of the term "G.I. Joe" during World War II and later.[1] Dave Breger was his signature and the byline on his books. During World War II, his cartoons were signed Sgt. Dave Breger. 8" x 10"

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Willard - Moon Mullins, Original Sunday Page Art, (2/7/1932) NO RESERVE!
Frank Willard
Frank Willard Moon Mullins with Kitty Higgins Original Sunday Page Art (2/7/1932) NO RESERVE! The title is a stat, upper right corner is barely hanging on make dialog bubble hard to read, 2" tear at the upper right edge which makes a right angle in the curtain, 3" tear at bottom center runs into art Frank Willard was the creator of the classic American newspaper bum 'Moon Mullins'. Frank Henry Willard was born in Anna, Illinois. He was expelled from school and reduced in rank three times from sergeant to private in the Army. He worked as an operator on a floating hamburger stand at county fairs before taking on cartooning. He started his artistic career in 1914, working freelance for several Chicago newspapers. In 1916, he got a permanent job at the Chicago Herald, where he worked on the Sunday strip, 'Tom, Dick and Harry'. After serving in World War I, Willard created the daily strip 'The Outta-Luck Club', which earned him a job at the News and Chicago Tribune. At the Tribune, Willard launched his most popular comic, about lowbrow 'Moon Mullins' in 1923, accompanied by the topper 'Kitty Higgins'. Willard often drew upon his own roustabout background. Together with his assistant Ferd Johnson, he made the strip into a huge success. The money that the strip earned him enabled Frank Willard to pursue his greatest obsession, golf. art area: 22¼" h x 16 ½" w

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Trudeau - DOONESBURY, "Islamic Extremist" Daily Strip (3/8/1988)
Gary Trudeau
Gary Trudeau DOONESBURY "Islamic Extremist" (3/8/1988) art area: 4½" h x 14¾" w each strip

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Browne - HAGAR THE HORRIBLE, "Native Soil", Sunday Page (10/9/1988)
Dik Browne
Dik Browne HAGAR THE HORRIBLE "Native Soil" Original Sunday Page Art (10/9/1988) art area: 10" h x 15" w

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King - GASOLINE ALLEY, Color Proof (7/8/1923) NO RESERVE
Frank King
Frank King Gasoline Alley Sunday Page Color Proof (7/8/1923) NO RESERVE!! IT IS BELIEVED THAT THIS IS THE ONLY SURVIVING COLOR SYNDICATE PROOF OF THIS PAGE. strip area: 19½" h x 14" w

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King - GASOLINE ALLEY, Color Proof (4/29/1923) NO RESERVE
Frank King
Frank King Gasoline Alley Sunday Page Color Proof (4/29/1923) NO RESERVE!! IT IS BELIEVED THAT THIS IS THE ONLY SURVIVING COLOR SYNDICATE PROOF OF THIS PAGE. strip area: 19½" h x 14" w

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King - GASOLINE ALLEY, Color Proof (4/16/1922) NO RESERVE
Frank King
Frank King Gasoline Alley Sunday Page Color Proof (4/16/1922) NO RESERVE! THIS IS BELIEVED TO BE THE ONLY SURVIVING COLOR SYNDICATE PROOF OF THIS PAGE strip area: 19½" h x 14" w

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Ingels - "NOBODY THERE!", HAUNT of FEAR No. 16, (Nov-Dec 1952)
Graham "ghastly" Ingels
Graham "Ghastly" Ingels "NOBODY THERE!" HAUNT of FEAR No. 16 (Nov-Dec 1952) Original Colored Silverprint Proofs Complete 8 Page Story Silverprints This Graham "Ghastly" Ingels artwork was hand colored by Marie Severin, the lady responsible from most of EC's coloring chores, for use as printer's guides. They are printed same-as-published size. each page: 7" x 10"

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Evans - "A CREEP in the DEEP!", HAUNT OF FEAR No. 16, (Nov-Dec 1952)
George Evans
George Evans "A CREEP in the DEEP!" HAUNT OF FEAR No. 16 (Nov-Dec 1952) Original Colored Silverprint Proofs Complete 7 Page Story Silverprints This George Evans artwork was hand colored by Marie Severin, the lady responsible from most of EC's coloring chores, for use as printer's guides. They are printed same-as-published size. each page: 7" x 10"

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Davis - "DEATH OF SOME SALESMEN!", HAUNT OF FEAR No. 15, (Sep-Oct 1952)
Jack Davis
Jack Davis "DEATH OF SOME SALESMEN!" HAUNT OF FEAR No. 15 (Sep-Oct 1952) Original Colored Silverprint Proofs Complete 7 Page Story Silverprints This Jack Davis artwork was hand colored by Marie Severin, the lady responsible from most of EC's coloring chores, for use as printer's guides. They are printed same-as-published size. each page: 7" x 10"

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Orlando - "DEAD CENTER", CRIME SuspenStories #26, (Dec 1954-Jan 1955)
Joe Orlando
Joe Orlando "DEAD CENTER" CRIME SuspenStories #26 (Dec 1954-Jan 1955) Original Colored Silverprint Proofs Complete 6 Page Story Silverprints This Joe Orlando artwork was hand colored by Marie Severin, the lady responsible from most of EC's coloring chores, for use as printer's guides. They are printed same-as-published size. each page: 7" x 10"

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Orlando - "SIGHT UNSEEN", CRIME SuspenStories #22, (Apl-May 1954)
Joe Orlando
Joe Orlando "SIGHT UNSEEN" CRIME SuspenStories #22 (April - May 1954) Original Colored Silverprint Proofs Complete 7 Page Story Silverprints This Joe Orlando artwork was hand colored by Marie Severin, the lady responsible from most of EC's coloring chores, for use as printer's guides. They are printed same-as-published size. each page: 7" x 10"

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Ingels - "PARALYZED", CRIME SuspenStories #12 (Aug-Sep 1952)
Grahams Ingels
Grahams Ingels "PARALYZED" CRIME SuspenStories #12 (Aug-Sep 1952) Original Colored Silverprint Proofs Complete 7 Page Story Silverprints This Graham Ingels artwork was hand colored by Marie Severin, the lady responsible from most of EC's coloring chores, for use as printer's guides. They are printed same-as-published size. each page: 7" x 10"

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Orlando - "TILL DEATH DO WE PART!", Haunt of Fear #12, (Mar-Apl 1952)
Joe Orlando
Joe Orlando "TILL DEATH DO WE PART!" Haunt of Fear #12 (Mar-Apl 1952) Original Colored Silverprint Proofs Complete 6 Page Story Silverprints This Joe Orlando artwork was hand colored by Marie Severin, the lady responsible from most of EC's coloring chores, for use as printer's guides. They are printed same-as-published size. each page: 7" x 10"

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Craig - "…ON A DEAD MAN'S CHEST!", Haunt of Fear #12, (Mar-Apl 1952)
Johnny Craig
Johnny Craig "…ON A DEAD MAN'S CHEST!" Haunt of Fear #12 (Mar-Apl 1952) Original Colored Silverprint Proofs Complete 7 Page Story Silverprints This Johnny Craig artwork was hand colored by Marie Severin, the lady responsible from most of EC's coloring chores, for use as printer's guides. They are printed same-as-published size. each page: 7" x 10"

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Blair - PERCY & HOOBLEY FAMILY, "They Changed Baskets ..." (c. early 1900s)
George D. Blair
George D. Blair PERCY & HOOBLEY FAMILY "They Changed Baskets on the Road" Original Sunday Page Art (c. early 1900s) Depicts Fatty Spilliker, Kitty, and Danny along with black stereotypes of the 1900s. This title ran from 1912 till 1921. This piece is in very good condition for its age. It may have been run in the color section, or colored by Blair after the fact. This cryptic signature in the last panel, left side of the green table cloth, is that of George D. Blair This page is an installment of the long lived series by George D. Blair published with a variety of titles, the most recurring of which were "Percy and the Hoobley Family", "Fatty Spilliker", "Cousin Jim", and "Uncle Henry". The oldest sample found is dated 1904 and the latest from 1921. The Boston Globe was one of the first newpapers to carry a color section (from 1894), and published many strips by house artists (the longest running was "Billy the Boy Artist" by Ed Payne, from 1899-1955!) Most of them were characterized by frequent use of captions in the style of the French "Imagerie d'Epinal". The Boston Globe was also the first U.S. paper to publish comics from England, such as 'Vanities of Valdes' (from the London Daily Sketch) and 'Waddles the Waiter' (copyright by London Amalgamated Press). A rare and amazing piece of Americana to add to your art collection! (various sources) art area: 12¾" h x 20¼" w

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Scancarelli - GASOLINE ALLEY, Sunday (6/24/1990) NO RESERVE!
Jim Scancarelli
Jim Scancarelli GASOLINE ALLEY Original Sunday Page Art (6/24/1990) NO RESERVE! art area: 14½" h x 20½" w

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Scancarelli - GASOLINE ALLEY, Sunday (7/16/1989) NO RESERVE!
Jim Scancarelli
Jim Scancarelli GASOLINE ALLEY Original Sunday Page Art (7/16/1989) NO RESERVE! art area: 14½" h x 20½" w

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Scancarelli - GASOLINE ALLEY, Sunday (8/21/1988) NO RESERVE!
Jim Scancarelli
Jim Scancarelli GASOLINE ALLEY Original Sunday Page Art (8/21/1988) NO RESERVE! art area: 14½" h x 20½" w

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King - GASOLINE ALLEY, Color Proof (2/20/1921) NO RESERVE
Frank King
Frank King Gasoline Alley Sunday Page Color Proof (2/20/1921) NO RESERVE!! THIS IS BELIEVED TO BE THE ONLY SURVIVING COLOR SYNDICATE PROOF OF THIS PAGE, WHICH IS THE FIRST SUNDAY PAGE CONTAINING THE BABY SKEEZIX. SINCE THE ORIGINAL ART FOR THIS IMPORTANT PAGE IS NOT KNOWN TO EXIST, AND VERY PROBABLY DOES NOT EXIST, AND THIS IS THE ONLY EXISTING PROOF, THIS IS A VERY SIGNIFICANT GASOLINE ALLEY PAGE! strip area: 19½" h x 14" w

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Scancarelli - GASOLINE ALLEY, Sunday (9/14/1986) NO RESERVE!
Jim Scancarelli
Jim Scancarelli GASOLINE ALLEY Original Sunday Page Art (9/14/1986) NO RESERVE! art area: 14½" h x 20½" w

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Scancarelli - GASOLINE ALLEY, Sunday (9/27/1981) NO RESERVE!
Jim Scancarelli
Jim Scancarelli GASOLINE ALLEY Original Sunday Page Art (9/27/1981) NO RESERVE! art area: 14½" h x 20½" w

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McWilliams - DATELINE DANGER, Sunday (10/8/72) NO RESERVE!
Al McWilliams
Al McWilliams DATELINE DANGER Original Sunday Page Art (10/8/72) NO RESERVE! art area: 13¾" h x 20" w

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Mosley - SMILIN' JACK, Daily (11/4/1960) NO RESERVE!
Zack Mosley
Zack Mosley SMILIN' JACK Original Daily Strip Art (11/4/1960) NO RESERVE! art are: 6" h x 19¾" w

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Gray - ORPHAN ANNIE, Daily (5/5/1967)
Harold Gray
Harold Gray ORPHAN ANNIE Original Daily Strip Art (5/5/1967) art area: 6" h x 19¾" w

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Willard - MOON MULLINS, Daily (4/23/1942)
Frank Willard
Frank Willard MOON MULLINS Original Daily Strip Art (4/23/1942) art area: 5¼" h x 19¾" w

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Williams - THE MODEL, Daily (6/30/1950)
J.R. Williams
J.R. Williams THE MODEL Original Daily Strip Art (6/30/1950) art are: 11" h x 12" w

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Scancarelli - GASOLINE ALLEY, Color Silverprint Sunday (4/1/2007) NO RESERVE!
Scancarelli
Scancarelli GASOLINE ALLEY Color Silverprint Sunday Proof (4/1/2007) NO RESERVE! The Sunday page was printed out in two halves on 8" x 11" paper. Then it was hand colored. Next color numbers were added. This piece would have been used by the printer to set up the color run. This piece also has the as-printed strip. piece: 11" h x 13¾" w

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Scancarelli - GASOLINE ALLEY, Sunday (10/4/1987) NO RESERVE!
Jim Scancarelli
Jim Scancarelli GASOLINE ALLEY Original Sunday Page Art (10/4/1987) NO RESERVE! This Sunday Page was hand painited by Jim Scancarelli as a gift for a friend. art area: 14½" h x 20½" w

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Scancarelli - GASOLINE ALLEY, Color Silverprint Sunday (7/9/2000) NO RESERVE!
Jim Scancarelli
Jim Scancarelli GASOLINE ALLEY Color Silverprint Sunday Proof (7/9/2000) NO RESERVE! The Sunday page was printed out in two halves on 8" x 11" paper. Then it was hand colored. Next color numbers were added. This piece would have been used by the printer to set up the color run. piece: 11" h x 13¾" w

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Scancarelli - GASOLINE ALLEY, Color Silverprint Sunday (3/26/20??) NO RESERVE!
Jim Scancarelli
Jim Scancarelli GASOLINE ALLEY Color Silverprint Sunday Proof (3/26/20??) NO RESERVE! The Sunday page was printed out in two halves on 8" x 11" paper. Then it was hand colored. Next color numbers were added. This piece would have been used by the printer to set up the color run. piece: 11" h x 13¾" w

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Scancarelli - GASOLINE ALLEY, Color Silverprint Sunday (5/22/2005) NO RESERVE!
Jim Scancarelli
Jim Scancarelli GASOLINE ALLEY Color Silverprint Sunday Proof (5/22/2005) NO RESERVE! The Sunday page was printed out in two halves on 8" x 11" paper. Then it was hand colored. Next color numbers were added. This piece would have been used by the printer to set up the color run. piece: 11" h x 13¾" w

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Scancarelli - GASOLINE ALLEY, Color Silverprint Sunday (2007) NO RESERVE!
Jim Scancarelli
Jim Scancarelli GASOLINE ALLEY Color Silverprint Sunday Proof (2007) NO RESERVE! The Sunday page was printed out in two halves on 8" x 11" paper. Then it was hand colored. Next color numbers were added. This piece would have been used by the printer to set up the color run. piece: 11" h x 13¾" w

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Van Horn - ANGST, "Soup to Nuts", 5 Page Story NO RESERVE!
William Van Horn
William Van Horn ANGST "Soup to Nuts" 5 Page Story NO RESERVE! "William Van Horn enjoyed comics as a child, especially the 'Mickey Mouse' newspaper comics by Floyd Gottfredson. He studied at the California College of Arts, after which he worked in the animation field for twelve years (Aesop Films, Imagination Inc. and other small studios). He left this field in 1977 and started to write children's books." ~ Lambiek art area: 19½" h x 13" w each page

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Gould - DICK TRACY #136 Cover (1950) NO RESERVE!
Chester Gould
Chester Gould DICK TRACY #136 Original Cover Art (October 1950) NO RESERVE! art area: 12¼" h x 12" w

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Gould - DICK TRACY, Daily (2/16/1978) NO RESERVE!
Chester Gould
Chester Gould DICK TRACY Original Daily Strip Art (2/16/1978) NO RESERVE! art area; 5" h x 17" w

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Locher - DICK TRACY, Daily (8/18/1990) NO RESERVE!
Dick Locher
Dick Locher DICK TRACY Original Daily Strip Art (8/18/1990) NO RESERVE! art area: 3¾" h x 13" w

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Locher - DICK TRACY, Daily (4/17/1991) NO RESERVE!
Dick Locher
Dick Locher DICK TRACY Original Daily Strip Art (4/17/1991) NO RESERVE! art area: 3¾" h x 13" w

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Van Horn - ANGST, "Lovie Finds Himself", 7 Page Story NO RESERVE!
William Van Horn
William Van Horn ANGST "Lovie Finds Himself" 7 Page Story NO RESERVE! "William Van Horn enjoyed comics as a child, especially the 'Mickey Mouse' newspaper comics by Floyd Gottfredson. He studied at the California College of Arts, after which he worked in the animation field for twelve years (Aesop Films, Imagination Inc. and other small studios). He left this field in 1977 and started to write children's books." ~ Lambiek art area: 19½" h x 13" w each page

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Gilchrist - NANCY Sunday (6/21/1998) NO RESERVE!
Guy Gilchrist
Guy Gilchrist NANCY Original Sunday Page Art (6/21/1998) NO RESERVE! art area: 4¾" h x 15½" w each strip

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Davis - FOUR-WAY SPLIT, Tales from the Crypt #43, 1954
Jack Davis
Jack Davis FOUR-WAY SPLIT Tales from the Crypt #43 Aug-Sep 1954 Original EC Art The title is a stat. art area: splash page: 14" h x 13" w; story pages: 18" h x 13" w

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