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Auction results • 2018-06-28

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$9,327
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Walker - beetle bailey Daily (11/30/??)
Mort Walker
Mort Walker beetle bailey Original Daily Strip Art (11/30/??) art area: 3¾" h x 13" w

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Browne - HAGAR THE HORRIBLE Daily Strip (07/15/1988)
Dik Browne
Dik Browne HAGAR THE HORRIBLE "SECONDS" Original Daily Strip Art (07/15/1988) art area: 3¾" h x 13" w

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Tuska/Colletta - BLACK LIGHTNING , Daily (11/16/1978)
George Tuska/vine Colletta
George Tuska/Vine Colletta BLACK LIGHTNING Original Daily Strip Art (11/16/1978) "Born in Hartford, Connecticut into a family of Russian immigrants, George Tuska finished his studies at the National Academy of Design in New York City at age 21. His first art job was designing women's jewelry, and in 1939, he became assistant on the 'Scorchy Smith' strip. During the 1940s he worked as a comic book artist through studios like Eisner/Iger the Chesler Shop. ..." ~ Lambiek " Vince Colletta was an American comic book artist, best known for his work on 1950s Atlas romance titles, and as Jack Kirby's inker during the 1960s. Vincent Joseph Colletta was born in Casteldaccia, Italy, and began his career on the American comic book market in 1952. Throughout the decade, he mainly worked as a penciler of romance titles, published by Better Publications, Archie Comics, Youthful Magazines, Charlton (Teen-Age Love, First Kiss) and, most notably, Atlas/Marvel (Love Romances, Lovers and My Own Romance). He additionally inked on Charlton's 'Gunmaster' and the Dell titles 'Guerrilla War', Jungle War Stories' and 'Idaho'. In the 1960s, Colletta focused on inking. He inked some early 'Daredevil' issues by Joe Orlando, and had a six-year run on Jack Kirby's 'The Mighty Thor' in Journey into Mystery and The Mighty Thor. He followed Kirby to DC in 1970, and inked over Kirby's pencils on 'Superman's Pal, Jimmy Olsen', 'The Forever People', 'Mister Miracle' and 'The New Gods'. Colletta went on to ink many other DC titles, including a variety of 'Batman', 'Superman' and 'Green Lantern' titles, the TV tie-in series 'Isis' and 'Super Friends', and nearly every issue of Wonder Woman between 1973 and 1980. He was DC's art director from 1976 to 1979. Colletta has been inking for Skywald, Marvel and DC well into the 1980s." ~ Lambiek art area: 4½" h x 15½" w

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Browne - HAGAR THE HORRIBLE Daily Strip (07/12/1988)
Dik Browne
Dik Browne HAGAR THE HORRIBLE "CHOICES" Original Daily Strip Art (07/12/1988) art area: 3¾" h x 13" w

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Childress - CONCHY, Daily (08/12/1970s)
James Childress
James Childress CONCHY Original Daily Strip Art (08/12/1970s) "James Childress had been active as a cartoonist since 1954, when he drew for a local weekly from the age of 13. Childress was the artist of the 'Conchy' newspaper strip that ran from 1970 to 1977, when the artist killed himself. 'Conchy', a daily and sometimes Sunday strip about an island, was mainly self-syndicated, but also distributed by Publisher's Hall Syndicate and Field Newspapers. A couple of book collections have appeared." ~ Lambiek art area: 3" h x 11¾" w

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Rodrigues - CASEY THE COP, Daily (04/15/1976)
Charles Rodrigues
Charles Rodrigues CASEY THE COP Original Daily Strip Art (04/15/1976) Charles Rodrigues was born in New Bedford, Massachusetts. He drew the newspaper comic 'Casey the Cop' in the 1970s. He was also a magazine cartoonist for Stereo Review and the National Lampoon for many years and was syndicated with the Chicago Tribune. Another cartoon character created by Rodigues is 'Charlie'. ~ Lambiek art area: 4" h x 13½" w

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Longaron - FRIDAY FOSTER , Daily (06/23/1972)
Jorge Longaron
Jorge Longaron FRIDAY FOSTER Original Daily Strip Art (06/23/1972) "Jorge Longaron was born in Barcelona, and began his career working as a commercial artist. In the 1940s and 1950s he was drawing comic series like 'Arsénico Lupin' in Chispa and 'Chan-Chu-Llo' in Garabatos. He was also contributing to Toray collections like 'El Pequeño Mosquetero', 'Serenata Extra', 'Hazañas Belicas' and 'Hazañas del Oeste'. By 1969 he was hired by the Chicago Tribune and the New York News Syndicate to create a comic strip. This resulted in the 'Friday Foster' strip, about a young female photographer. 'Friday Foster' was written by Jim Lawrence and ran from 1970 to 1974. It was adapted into a feature film in 1975. Since then, Longarón has done many cover illustrations for American publications. He is also a fine artist, and specializes in painting the Catalan countryside, but also the American southwest." ~ Lambiek art area: 5" h x 16½" w

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Longaron - FRIDAY FOSTER , Daily (01/20/1973)
Jorge Longaron
Jorge Longaron FRIDAY FOSTER Original Daily Strip Art (01/20/1973) "Jorge Longaron was born in Barcelona, and began his career working as a commercial artist. In the 1940s and 1950s he was drawing comic series like 'Arsénico Lupin' in Chispa and 'Chan-Chu-Llo' in Garabatos. He was also contributing to Toray collections like 'El Pequeño Mosquetero', 'Serenata Extra', 'Hazañas Belicas' and 'Hazañas del Oeste'. By 1969 he was hired by the Chicago Tribune and the New York News Syndicate to create a comic strip. This resulted in the 'Friday Foster' strip, about a young female photographer. 'Friday Foster' was written by Jim Lawrence and ran from 1970 to 1974. It was adapted into a feature film in 1975. Since then, Longarón has done many cover illustrations for American publications. He is also a fine artist, and specializes in painting the Catalan countryside, but also the American southwest." ~ Lambiek art area: 5" h x 16½" w

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O'Neal - SHORT RIBS, Daily (06/16/1969)
Frank O'Neal
Frank O'Neal SHORT RIBS Original Daily Strip Art (06/16/1969) "Born in Springfield, Missouri, Frank O'Neal had his education in several schools from Arkansas to California, following his travelling father. After World War II, O'Neal studied art for three years. He sold his first cartoon to the Saturday Evening Post in 1950. Soon, he was a contributor to a variety of national magazines. He began his 'Short Ribs' strip in 1958, and he continued it for fifteen years. He handed it over to his assistant, Frank Hill, in 1973. He spent the rest of his career working in advertising and commercial art." ~ Lambiek art area: 4¼" h x 19¾" w

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Miles - PERKINS, Daily (12/12/1970)
John Miles
John Miles PERKINS Original Daily Strip Art (12/12/1970) "John Miles was a British cartoonist, best-known for his pantomime comic strip 'Perkins' (1968-1980). The son of a policeman, he was born in 1934 in the police station of Glastonbury, Somerset. Miles was an art school dropout (he spent one term at Yeovil Art School) and fulfilled his military service as a mapmaker and geographical artist with the British Army in Germany from 1952 to 1954. Back in civilian life, he mostly worked as a designer of typography. For many years he worked in the display department of companies such as C&V Clark (shoes) and May & Baker (pharmaceuticals). From 1964 to 1967 he lived in Bermuda, where he produced alphabet designs and logos for the Island Press and Creative Signs. During this period he also worked as an editorial and political cartoonist for the Bermuda Sun. Miles returned to Britain in 1967, where he began working as a muralist and freelance cartoonist. He launched a pantomime strip about a bald man with a moustache in the London Sunday Times on 14 April 1968. The strip was initially called 'Cicero', but was later renamed to 'Perkins'. It later moved to the Daily Express and the Hampstead & Highgate Express, while it was syndicated internationally through the Register & Tribune Syndicate in the USA from December 1968. After creating more than 4,000 'Perkins' strips, Miles called it quits in 1980. Four book collections of the strip were published. Other syndicated features by Miles were 'MicroMouse', 'Rumpuss', 'Depussy' and 'Figures of Speech' (1980-1992), while the artist furthermore worked as a cartoonist for papers and magazines like She Magazine, Daily Mirror, Punch, Dandy, Woman's Realm, Radio Times, Sunday Times and the Daily Express Miles has also painted portraits, designed posters and brochures, made silk screens, done advertising layouts, and worked as a toy designer. He won a prize for his cartoons at the Montreal Salon of Cartoons in 1972. He passed away in Bath on 8 February 1998." ~ Lambiek art area: 3" h x 12¼" w

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Wetterberg - DANS NOTRE PATELIN, Daily (01/11/1967)
Walt Wetterberg
Walt Wetterberg DANS NOTRE PATELIN Original Daily Strip Art (01/11/1967) "Walt Wetterberg was an American cartoonist. In the mid 1960s, he worked on the Sunday strip 'Out Our Way (The Willets)', which was a spin-off of J. R. Williams' daily panel 'Out Our Way'. Published collections of his work include 'Ada the Ayrshire' (1943) and 'Hutch Meets Ada, and Other Misadventures of Hutch' (1979)." ~ Lambiek art area: 4¾" h x 16" w

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Swanson - THE FLOP FAMILY, Daily (02/24/1967)
George "swan" Swanson
George "Swan" Swanson THE FLOP FAMILY Original Daily Strip Art (02/24/1967) "George Swanson was the artist on the 'Flop Family' strip. This comic, about an all American family, was distributed by King Features Syndicate from August 1943. The series started as a weekly page, under the name 'Dad's Family'. It was turned into a daily strip. Swanson drew the series for about forty years, until his death in 1981. Swanson, who started his career as an animator at the Carlson Studios, also drew series like 'Salesman Sam' (1920-1927, continued by Charles Small), 'High Pressure Pete' (1927-1937), 'Officer 6 7/8' and 'Elza Poppin'." ~ Lambiek art area: 6" h x 21¼" w

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Rupe - FREDDY, Daily (03/11/1955-80)
Robert "rupe" Baldwin
robert "Rupe" Baldwin FREDDY Original Daily Strip Art (03/11/1955-80) "Robert "Rupe" Baldwin attended courses at the Corcoran Art School of Washington. His main focus was to become a painter, but financial reasons drove him to humorous illustration and eventually comics. After several works for comic books (Prize Comics, Spook Comics), he took on the newspaper strip about the chubby kid 'Freddy'. This strip appeared from 1955 to 1980 and was syndicated by the Washington Star Syndicate and later Field Enterprises. Baldwin was assisted by Howard Rands in the 1960s, and some of the writings were done by his wife, Helen." ~ Lambiek art area: 5" h x 20½" w

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Gately - HAPLESS HARRY , Daily (01/10/1967)
George Gately
George Gately HAPLESS HARRY Original Daily Strip Art (01/10/1967) Good clean piece. All ziptone intact. "George Gately Gallagher was born in New York in 1929, and studied art at the Pratt Institute in New York. After graduating, he worked at an advertising agency for eleven years. Seeing the success his brother John Gallagher had as a cartoonist, George Gately decided to give cartooning a try in 1957. Soon he sold his first one-panel gags to various magazines. In 1964, he created his strip 'Hapless Harry', which ran for a few years in several newspapers. George wanted to be a musician, but once his popular comic 'Heathcliff' took off in 1973, he simply had no time to pursue music full-time. ,,," ~ Lambiek art area: 4¼" h x 13½" w

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Heilman - JUDGE PARKER, Daily (05/03/1963)
Dan Heilman
Dan Heilman JUDGE PARKER Original Daily Strip Art (05/03/1963) Ziptone intact. "Dan Heilman started his career as an assistant to Roy Crane on 'Buz Sawyer' and Ken Ernst on 'Mary Worth'. In 1952 Heilman started a series on his own. The 'Judge Parker' series was written by the psychiatrist Nicholas P. Dallis, who wrote his comics under the name Paul Nichols, who brought social themes into the comic. Heilman mostly drew 'Judge Parker' in a photo-realistic style, but sometimes lapsed into a somewhat more cartoon-like rendition. He drew the comic until 1965, when he died at the age of 41. 'Judge Parker' was continued by Harold LeDoux." ~ Lambiek art area: 5½" h x 18½" w

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Meyers - ? , Daily (01/17/1967)
Meyers - ?
Meyers - ? Original Daily Strip Art (01/17/1967) art area: 3" h x 10½" w

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Heilman - JUDGE PARKER, Daily (05/02/1963)
Dan Heilman
Dan Heilman JUDGE PARKER Original Daily Strip Art (05/02/1963) Ziptone intact. "Dan Heilman started his career as an assistant to Roy Crane on 'Buz Sawyer' and Ken Ernst on 'Mary Worth'. In 1952 Heilman started a series on his own. The 'Judge Parker' series was written by the psychiatrist Nicholas P. Dallis, who wrote his comics under the name Paul Nichols, who brought social themes into the comic. Heilman mostly drew 'Judge Parker' in a photo-realistic style, but sometimes lapsed into a somewhat more cartoon-like rendition. He drew the comic until 1965, when he died at the age of 41. 'Judge Parker' was continued by Harold LeDoux." ~ Lambiek art area: 5½" h x 18½" w

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Belfi - SAM SPEARS, USA, Daily #12
John Belfi
John Belfi SAM SPEARS, USA Original Daily Strip Art #12 "John Belfi was an American artist who was active during the the Golden Age of American Comics. Educated at the School of Industrial Arts in New York City, he started his career in comics at the age of 13. He served as an inker for artist like Irwin Hasen, Dan Barry, Jack Cole, Lou Fine, Paul Gustavson, Reed Crandall, Lee Elias and Mac Raboy. He was a staff artist at Quality, where he inked features like 'Black Condor', 'Dollman', 'P.I. Boat' and 'The Human Bomb'. He also inked 'Black Cat' and mystery features at Harvey Comics, western features for Hillman, 'Captain Marvel Jr.' for Fawcett, as well as 'Justice Society of America' and 'Green Lantern' at National/DC. In the late 1940s and 1950s he was present at Lev Gleason, inking crime titles but also doing pencils on 'Buck Roper'. He drew 'Sky Wolf' for Hillman's Air Fighters Comics and 'The Heap' in Airboy Comics, while also penciling horror and romance stories for Magazine Enterprises. During the 1950s Belfi was mainly working for Charlton on 'The Thing', 'Racket Squad in Action', 'Spurs Jackson and his Space Vigilantes', 'Strong Bow' and other jungle, crime and space features. Belfi also worked on syndicated comics. In 1949 and 1950 he assisted Mike Roy on 'The Saint'. In the early 1950s, he did the newspaper strip 'Straight Arrow' in cooperation with Joe Certa and with scripts by Gardner Fox. He has additionally inked some 'Tarzan' and 'Flash Gordon' newspaper strips. In the mid 1960s he was assistant inker on 'Dan Flagg'. John Belfi was also an art teacher, an editor for the Spring Valley News Paper in Spring Valley, New York and a photographer for Arizona Highways Magazine." ~ Lambiek art area: 5½" h x 19¼" w

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Cragg - THE MAD ARTIST (unknown date) NO RESERVE!
Cragg
Cragg THE MAD ARTIST (unknown date) Original Daily Strip Art NO RESERVE! art area: 8" h x 10"w

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Heilman - JUDGE PARKER, Daily (05/01/1963)
Dan Heilman
Dan Heilman JUDGE PARKER Original Daily Strip Art (05/01/1963) "Dan Heilman started his career as an assistant to Roy Crane on 'Buz Sawyer' and Ken Ernst on 'Mary Worth'. In 1952 Heilman started a series on his own. The 'Judge Parker' series was written by the psychiatrist Nicholas P. Dallis, who wrote his comics under the name Paul Nichols, who brought social themes into the comic. Heilman mostly drew 'Judge Parker' in a photo-realistic style, but sometimes lapsed into a somewhat more cartoon-like rendition. He drew the comic until 1965, when he died at the age of 41. 'Judge Parker' was continued by Harold LeDoux." ~ Lambiek art area: 5½" h x 18½" w

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Unsigned - FUNORAMA (unknown date)
Unsigned
Unsigned FUNORAMA (unknown date) This piece appears to be an original painting for a Woody Woodpecker themed child's activity box. art area: 7" h x 5" w

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Van Buren - ABBIE an' SLATS, Daily (02/19/1962)
Raeburn Van Buren
Raeburn Van Buren ABBIE an' SLATS "GENUINE NEW ENGLAND VINTAGE!" Original Daily Strip Art (02/19/1962) art area: 5" h x 18¾" w

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Thorne - DR. GUY BENNETT, Daily (11/01/1961)
Franklin Thorne
Franklin Thorne DR. GUY BENNETT Original Daily Strip Art (11/01/1961) "Frank Thorne started his comic book career in 1948, when Standard Comics gave him several romance stories to pencil. After graduation, he drew the 'Perry Mason' newspaper strip for King Features, which was followed by more comic book work for Dell. He turned out a multitude of stories for 'Flash Gordon', 'Jungle Jim', The Green Hornet', and many more. Thorne's breakthrough came in 1975, when he was asked to draw 'Red Sonja' for Marvel. He left 'Sonja' in 1978 to create his own woman warrior 'Ghita of Alizzar'. Since then there has been no stopping to Thorne's vein of erotic fantasy, creating 'Lann' for Heavy Metal and 'Moonshine McJuggs' for Playboy during the 1980s and 'The Iron Devil' and 'The Devil's Angel' during the 1990s." ~ Lambiek art area: 5¾" h x 19" w

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Van Buren - ABBIE an' SLATS, Daily (02/17/1962)
Raeburn Van Buren
Raeburn Van Buren ABBIE an' SLATS "I'LL TAKE A LONG CHANCE ON A HUNCH!" Original Daily Strip Art (02/17/1962) art area: 5" h x 18¾" w

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Pederson - LITTLE FARMER, Daily (03/03/1958)
Kern Pederson
Kern Pederson LITTLE FARMER Original Daily Art (03/03/1958) Little Farmer was an American gag-a-day comic strip drawn by Kern Pederson. The strip featured a short, chubby, moustached farmer, who never spoke, and usually his dog. As with the strips The Little King and Henry, the humor was conveyed via pantomime. The series was in syndication from 1949 until 1985. (various sources) art area: 3¾" h x 15" w

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Berrill - GIL THORP, Daily (06/02/1960)
Jack Berrill
Jack Berrill GIL THORP Original Daily Strip Art (06/02/1960) "Jack Berrill was born in Brooklyn, NY, in 1923. He graduated from the art program at Brooklyn Technical High School and was hired as a copy boy in the Art Department at the New York Daily News in 1941. Noted by Martin Branner, he became the artist's assistant on his newspaper strip 'Winnie Winkle' shortly afterwards. He worked with Branner for three years and then was sent to England to fulfill his military service during World War II. Back in civil life, he resumed his cooperation with Branner and he also started working for Eastern Color Printing Company's comic book line, that included 'Famous Funnies'. Berrill created his own strip for Chicago-Tribune-New York News Syndicate on 8 September 1958. The adventures of high school coach 'Gil Thorp' (named after his Berrill's heroes Jim Thorpe and Gil Hodges) and the athletes he mentored, were continued by Berrill until 1994, when illness forced him to drop his activities. The strip however continues to appear to this day and has seen a variety of writers (Jerry Jenkins, Neil Rubin) and artists (Warren Sattler, Frank Bolle, Ray Burns, Frank McLaughlin, Rod Whigham). Between 1966 and 1976, Jack Berrill also wrote and drew a feature for the Sunday News called 'Teen Wise'. It offered gentle and humorous advice for teens. Jack Berrill died of cancer in March, 1996." ~ Lambiek art area: 6" h x 19¾" w

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Smith - THE SMITH FAMILY, Daily (05/13/1957)
V.+G. Smith
V.+G. Smith THE SMITH FAMILY Original Daily Strip Art (05/13/1957) "Virginia and George Smith were an artist couple, that created the newspaper strip 'The Smith Family' for many years. The strip was about their own experiences as a family, and appeared in The Boston Globe from 1952 to 1994." ~ Lambiek art area: 4¾" h x 16" w

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Smith - THE SMITH FAMILY, Daily (10/18/1950s)
V.+G. Smith
V.+G. Smith THE SMITH FAMILY Original Daily Strip Art (10/18/1950s) "Virginia and George Smith were an artist couple, that created the newspaper strip 'The Smith Family' for many years. The strip was about their own experiences as a family, and appeared in The Boston Globe from 1952 to 1994." ~ Lambiek art area: 4¾" h x 16" w

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Alley -THE RYATTS, Daily (11/14/1950s)
Cal Alley
Cal Alley THE RYATTS Featuring Winky Original Daily Strip Art (11/14/1950s) "Calvin Lane Alley was the editorial cartoonist of the Memphis Commercial Appeal from 1945 until his death in 1970. He was the son of J.P. Alley, an internationally famous cartoonist. After studying art in Memphis and Chicago, Alley became a cartoonist for the Kansas City Journal in 1939. When the Journal stopped publication in 1942, he became the editorial cartoonist of the Nashville Banner. In 1945, he was assigned by the Commercial Appeal to fill the position that was first held by his father. He continued his father's 'Hambone' feature and created his own family newspaper strip 'The Ryatts' in 1954. He was succeeded by the artist Jack Elrod in 1967, and Alley spent the rest of his career doing his daily editorial cartoon." ~ Lambiek art area: 4¾" h x 16¾" w

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Rupe - FREDDY, Daily (05/09/1957)
Rupert "rupe" Baldwin
Rupert "Rupe" Baldwin FREDDY, Original Daily Strip Art (05/09/1957) "Robert "Rupe" Baldwin attended courses at the Corcoran Art School of Washington. His main focus was to become a painter, but financial reasons drove him to humorous illustration and eventually comics. After several works for comic books (Prize Comics, Spook Comics), he took on the newspaper strip about the chubby kid 'Freddy'. This strip appeared from 1955 to 1980 and was syndicated by the Washington Star Syndicate and later Field Enterprises. Baldwin was assisted by Howard Rands in the 1960s, and some of the writings were done by his wife, Helen." ~ Lambiek art area: 5½" h x 22¾" w

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Albers - Illustration (unknown date)
Henk Albers
Henk Albers Illustration (unknown date) Original Illustration "Henk Albers was a legendary Dutch comics artist, best known for his work for magazines like Pep and Donald Duck, but also for the many anecdotes about his lifestyle. When he was still a teenager, Albers got drawing lessons from Wim Lensen at the Toonder Studios. During the War, he remained active for the studio's animation department, together with his buddy Albert van Beek. After the war, he started to work for magazines like Piet van Elk's Stripfilm ('Jimmy Stone en Chickey Walker' with Joop Elenbaas) and Wim Meuldijk's Ketelbinkie-krant. Also with Elenbaas, he created the comic 'Tom Lucky' for Rotterdam newspaper De Maasbode in 1946. He assisted Siem Praamsma as an inker and co-plotter for a while, and succeeded this artist in newspaper De Waarheid with the comic 'Bassie Bol'. In 1947, he created the "beeldroman" series 'De Kat'. In the following two years, he drew cartoons under the pen name Jerry Milton for the "naughty" magazines Studio Mondeal, Le Chat Noir and Pin-Up Magazine, for which he was even apprehended by the police. After having worked in the advertising department of Van Leer's Vaten for a couple of years, he became a freelancer in 1958. He made comics and illustrations for many magazines, including 'Wappe de Kobold' for Haak In (published by the margarine factory Leeuwezegel) and Weekjournaal voor Amsterdam ('De Belevenissen en Avonturen van de Heer Archibald'). He also illustrated record covers and advertisements, and he also produced a lot of artwork for broadcasting company AVRO. He made artwork for shows like 'Arbeidsvitaminen', and also for revues by Snip & Snap. He also did many contributions to the AVRO Radiobode, such as the comics 'Miss Therie', 'Koos de Matroos' and 'Fee Rosalinde'. Albers later produced the children's page for the AVRO magazine Televizier and also made the comic 'Het Document van Venus' with Paul Biegel for this magazine. In 1959, he traveled through Holland with a cabaret group. He applied for work with publisher De Geïllustreerde Pers and its magazines Donald Duck and Pep in the 1960s. For Donald Duck, he did sections like 'Ditjes en Datjes' and 'Duckstadkrant', as well as 'Silly Symphonies' and cover illustrations. From 1965 he was present in Pep with parodies on fairy tales and a satirical version of 'Lucky Luke'. This eventually resulted in the series 'De Wereld van Lucky Luke', which led to his employment by Dargaud in Paris to make four short stories of 'Lucky Luke' with scriptwriter Yvan Delporte in 1974. For the Amsterdam newspaper Het Parool, he made 'Kobus de Kat' with Otto Veenhoven on the occasion of the city's 700th anniversary in 1975. He also cooperated with Veenhoven on four illustrated books starring 'Kootje Kokkel', published by Mulder in 1978. Among his final creations was the mascot of the Dutch comics association Stripschap in the 1980s. After his death, Henk Albers became a cult hero comic artist, not so much for his artistic legacy, but rather for the numerous anecdotes about his lifestyle. His daughter Manon wrote a biography of her father, built up from her own memories and those of colleagues and friends. 'Henk Albers - Een Leven' was published in 2007. ~ Lambiek art area: 4½" h X 13¼" w

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Keefer - MAC DIVOT, Daily (04/22/1955)
Mel Keefer - Mac Divot
Mel Keefer - MAC DIVOT Original Daily Strip Art (04/22/1955) "The American comic artist Mel Keefer studied at the John Machamer School of Art in California. He drew numerous episodes of the early 1950s war comic 'Monty Hall' in the comic books Monty Hall of the US Marines and With the Marines on the Battlefronts of the World (Toby Press). His further comic book credits include war features for Charlton and western stories for Dell ('Dale Evans' and Disney's 'Zorro' and 'The Swamp Fox'). Keefer has worked on many newspaper comics, starting with 'Perry Mason' for Universal Syndicate in 1950-51. He then made 'Dragnet' for the Los Angeles Mirror Syndicate (1953) and was one of the ghost artists on the 'Gene Autry' strip (1954-55), that appeared under the credit Bert Laws. Between 1955 and 1973 he drew the daily golf strip 'Mac Divot' for the Chicago Tribune, while also doing art on features like 'Thorn McBride' and the sponsored comic 'Willis Barton, M.D.' (under the name Otto Graff). From 1978 to 1981, he drew the 'Rick O'Shay' strip, originally created by Stan Lynde. He additionally contributed to Petersen's Car-Toons and Drag Cartoons." ~ Lambiek art area: 6¼" h x 19" w

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Kamen - INSPECTOR DAYTON #53 Daily Strip (1949)
Jack Kamen
Jack Kamen INSPECTOR DAYTON #53 Original Daily Strip Art (1949) art area: 5" h x 19" w

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Livingstone - LEIF ERICSSON AND THE NORSEMEN, Complete 3 Page Story (1945)
Livingstone
Livingstone LEIF ERICSSON AND THE NORSEMEN PICTURE STORIES FROM AMERICAN HISTORY #1 Complete 3 Page Story Original EC Comic Book Art (1945) art area: 18" h x 13" w

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Morrow - PERRY RHODAN #19, Cover Art
Gray Morrow
Gray Morrow PERRY RHODAN #19 Original Painting for Book Cover (unknown date) At the bottom, just right of center, there is a small triangular scrape of the surface. The corners are little worn from handling over the years. "Perry Rhodan is the largest science fiction book series worldwide with more than 2 billion copies sold within the last 57 years. The Perry Rhodan book series features more than 4000 different book publications organized in 87 story arcs (mostly Novellas). All the story arcs together form an entire world and literary universe of its own, the Perryverse (from Perry and universe)." ~ perryrhodan.org "Gray Morrow was one of the fantastic "realistic" science fiction/horror artists. Born in Fort Wayne, Indiana, Morrow made his professional debut with an advertising agency in Chicago. He then worked for Timely, where he made an adaptation of 'Conan - The Elephant Tower', which remained unpublished. Serving in Korea during the war, he discovered oriental art and became the main pin-up artist for his company. Back in civil life, he was introduced to Cracked magazine by Angelo Torres in 1958. He subsequently was one of the anonymous artists for Gilberton's Classics Illustrated line and the illustrator of several of Stan Lee's western comics for the Atlas line. Morrow eventually focused on illustration and did many illustrations for Galaxy, IF, and other digests in the science fiction genre. He also did many paperback cover paintings and independent comics projects. He returned to comics in 1964, when he became one of the regular artists (covers and interior) for the Warren magazines, Creepy, Eerie and Blazing Combat. Throughout the 1970s and early 1980s he worked for company's like DC, Marvel and Archie Publications. He was also hired to assist on syndicated strips like 'Rip Kirby' (by John Prentice), 'Prince Valiant' (by Hal Foster), 'Big Ben Bolt' (by John Cullen Murphy), 'Secret Agent X-9' (by Al Williamson) and 'Friday Foster' (by Jorge Longaron). He took over the 'Buck Rogers' strip in 1979 and illustrated the 'Tarzan' Sunday comic strip from 1983 to 2001. In the 1990s Morrow additionally worked for Rip-Off Press, Dark Horse and Hamilton. One of his greatest works was the 1978 trade paperback graphic novel, 'The Illustrated Roger Zelazny.' Gray Morrow died on 6 November 2001, apparently from a gunshot wound. An overview of his career was published in the book 'Gray Morrow: Visionary', by Mark Wheatley and Allan Gross, in 2001." ~ Lambiek art area: 20" h x 15" w

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Livingstone - MARCO POLO, Complete 6 Page Story (1945)
Livingstone
Livingstone MARCO POLO PICTURE STORIES FROM AMERICAN HISTORY #1 Complete 6 Page Story Original EC Comic Book Art (1945) art area: 18" h x 13" w

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Disney Studio, - PORKY PIG #78, Cover Art (Sept 1977)
Disney Studio Porky Pig #78
Disney Studio PORKY PIG #78 Page 65 Original Cover Art (Sept 1977) G-5147 art area: 11½" h x 9¾" w

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Livingstone - PRINCE HENRY, 2 Page Story (1945)
Livingstone
Livingstone PRINCE HENRY PICTURE STORIES FROM AMERICAN HISTORY #1 2 Page Story Original EC Comic Book Art (1945) This story was serialized over two issues. This lot is the complete first installment. art area: 18" h x 13" w

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Grindberg - The New Adventures of Tarzan, #3738, Sunday Page
Tom Grindberg
Tom Grindberg The New Adventures of Tarzan #3738 (2014) Original Sunday Page Art Title and dialogue balloons are stats. art area": 15" h x 21" w

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Simon - JOHN CABOT AND VASCO DA GAMA, Complete 3 Page Story (1945)
Allen Simon
Allen Simon JOHN CABOT AND VASCO DA GAMA PICTURE STORIES FROM AMERICAN HISTORY #1 Complete 3 Page Story Original EC Comic Book Art (1945) art area: 18" h x 13" w

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McCartney - CRACKED, Page 41, Comic Art (unknown date)
McCartney
McCartney CRACKED Page 41 Original Comic Book Art (unknown date) art area: 13" h x 11" w

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Simon - VASCO NUNEZ DE BALBOA, Complete 5 Page Story (1945)
Allen Simon
Allen Simon VASCO NUNEZ DE BALBOA PICTURE STORIES FROM AMERICAN HISTORY #1 Complete 5 Page Story Original EC Comic Book Art (1945) art area: 18" h x 13" w

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Disney Studio, Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #473, Cover Art (Dec 1979)
Disney Studio
Disney Studio Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #473 Original Cover Art (Dec 1979) Featuring Donald Duck art area: 11½" h x 9¾" w

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Simon - THE AZTECS AND THE INCAS, Complete 7 Page Story (1945)
Allen Simon
Allen Simon THE AZTECS AND THE INCAS PICTURE STORIES FROM AMERICAN HISTORY #1 Complete 7 Page Story Original EC Comic Book Art (1945) art area: 18" h x 13" w

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Grindberg - The New Adventures of Tarzan, #3736, Sunday Page
Tom Grindberg
Tom Grindberg The New Adventures of Tarzan #3736 (2014) Original Sunday Page Art Title and dialogue balloons are stats. art area": 15" h x 21" w

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Simon - SPANISH INLAND ADVENTURES, Complete 7 Page Story (1945)
Allen Simon
Allen Simon SPANISH INLAND ADVENTURES PICTURE STORIES FROM AMERICAN HISTORY #1 Complete 7 Page Story Original EC Comic Book Art (1945) art area: 18" h x 13" w

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Grindberg - Death Dealer Drawing NO RESERVE!
Tom Grindberg
Tom Grindberg Death Dealer Original Drawing NO RESERVE! art area: 9" h x 10" wsheet: 11"h x 13" w

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Index, PICTURE STORIES FROM AMERICAN HISTORY #1 (1945)
Index
Index PICTURE STORIES FROM AMERICAN HISTORY #1 Original EC Comic Book Art (1945) art area: 18" h x 13" w

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Cameron - PICTURE STORIES FROM SCIENCE #2 (Fall 1947) NO RESERVE!
Don Cameron
Don Cameron PICTURE STORIES FROM SCIENCE #2 (Fall 1947) Irregular shape. NO RESERVE! art area: 15" h x 13" w

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Cameron - MEASURING VOLUME WITH WATER, Page 4 (Spring 1947) NO RESERVE!
Don Cameron
Don Cameron MEASURING VOLUME WITH WATER Page 4 PICTURE STORIES FROM SCIENCE #1 (Spring 1947) NO RESERVE! There is a notch cut out of the lower right edge, approximately 2¾" long by ¼" wide. art area: 18" h x 13" w

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Hart - B.C., Daily Strip (4/2/1975) NO RESERVE!
Johnny Hart
Johnny Hart B.C. Original Daily Strip Art (4/2/1975) All ziptone is in place. NO RESERVE! This is nice, clean piece. art area: 4½" h x 17" w

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Parker - THE WIZARD OF ID, Daily Strip (4/25/1975) NO RESERVE!
Brant Parker
Brant Parker THE WIZARD OF ID Original Daily Strip Art (4/25/1975) NO RESERVE! The dialog inside the bubbles are stats. This is consistent with the artist's original procedures. art area: 4¾" h x 17½" w

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PORTFOLIO OF FINE COMIC ART #1436/1500, 15 Prints (1978)
Portfolio Of Fine Comic Art
PORTFOLIO OF FINE COMIC ART 15 Prints (1978) The 7 signed and numbered prints are TARZAN BY Neal Adams, "HERO IMAGE" by Milton Caniff,"MY GOOD BUDDIES?" by Jack Davis (self portrait with Alfred E. Neuman and The Crypt Keeper), "Death of an Ace" (color) by George Evans, "STAR HAWKS" by Gil Kane, Pogo by Selby Kelly, and "TEDDY BEAR" by Bernie Wrightson. "MERLIN" by Hal Foster bears the round HRF stamp with "1436" hand written inside. There is also a full color version of "MERLIN'. the third color print is a Frazetta book cover. The unsigned prints include "MERLIN" by Hal Foster (color), "Swamp Rescue" by Will Eisner, book cover by Frank Frazetta (color), "Prince Machiavelli" by Burne Hogarth, "THROUGH WHOM MY POWER FLOWS" by Michael Wm. Kaluta, an un-named print by Harvey Kurtzman, "Space Soldiers" by Al Williamson and "Dweller in the Dungeon" by Wallace Wood. prints: 16" h x 12" w

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AN ENTERTAINING COMIC EC PORTFOLIO ONE (1971) NO RESERVE!
An Entertaining Comic Ec Portfolio One
AN ENTERTAINING COMIC EC PORTFOLIO ONE (1971) NO RESERVE! There is some slight wear at the bottom of the spine. The staples are shiny. There is no visible rust. portfolio: 16" h x 11½" w

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Walker Bros. - Betty Boop & Felix The Cat, Daily (04/16/1987)
Walker Bros.
Walker Bros. Betty Boop Original Daily Strip Art (04/16/1987) "Neal Walker is an American cartoonist, sculptor and animator from Greenwich, Connecticut, and the son of legendary cartoonist Mort Walker. Just like his brothers Brian and Greg, he has participated in the production of his father's signature comics 'Beetle Bailey' and 'Hi and Lois' at Comicana Inc. He was also the main artist of 'Betty Boop and Felix', an oddball comic strip created by four of the five Walker brothers (Greg, Brian, Morgan and Neal). Together with his brothers Brian, Greg and Morgan, he wrote and drew the 'Betty Boop and Felix' strip from 1984 until 1988 under the collective signature "the Walker brothers". Neal was the main artist of the feature, with Greg Walker providing the inking duties. Based on an original idea by their father, the unusual newspaper comic starred both Max Fleischer's flapper girl Betty Boop and Pat Sullivan and Otto Messmer's 'Felix the Cat'. ..." ~ Lambiek art area: 4" h x 13" w

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"Addison" - BONER'S ARK, Daily (08/04/?)
"addison" Aka Mort Walker
"Addison" aka Mort Walker BONER'S ARK Original Daily Strip Art "MUTINY" (08/04/?) art area: 3¾" h x 13" w

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Walker - beetle bailey, Sunday (10/20/?)
Mort Walker
Mort Walker beetle bailey Original Sunday Page Art (10/20/?) art area: 10" h x 15" w

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Walker - beetle bailey, Daily (08/22/?)
Mort Walker
Mort Walker beetle bailey Original Daily Strip Art (08/22/?) art area: 3¾" h x 13" w

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Walker - beetle bailey, Daily (12/09/?)
Mort Walker
Mort Walker beetle bailey Original Daily Strip Art (12/09/?) art area: 3¾" h x 13" w

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"Addison" - BONER'S ARK, Daily (08/04/?)
"addison" Aka Mort Walker
"Addison" aka Mort Walker BONER'S ARK Original Daily Strip Art "MY HOME" (08/04/?) art area: 3¾" h x 13" w

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Walker Bros. - Betty Boop & Felix The Cat, Daily (10/015/?)
Walker Bros.
Walker Bros. Betty Boop Original Daily Strip Art (10/05/?) "Neal Walker is an American cartoonist, sculptor and animator from Greenwich, Connecticut, and the son of legendary cartoonist Mort Walker. Just like his brothers Brian and Greg, he has participated in the production of his father's signature comics 'Beetle Bailey' and 'Hi and Lois' at Comicana Inc. He was also the main artist of 'Betty Boop and Felix', an oddball comic strip created by four of the five Walker brothers (Greg, Brian, Morgan and Neal). Together with his brothers Brian, Greg and Morgan, he wrote and drew the 'Betty Boop and Felix' strip from 1984 until 1988 under the collective signature "the Walker brothers". Neal was the main artist of the feature, with Greg Walker providing the inking duties. Based on an original idea by their father, the unusual newspaper comic starred both Max Fleischer's flapper girl Betty Boop and Pat Sullivan and Otto Messmer's 'Felix the Cat'. ..." ~ Lambiek art area: 4" h x 13" w

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"Addison" - BONER'S ARK, Sunday (02/26/?)
"addison" Aka Mort Walker
"Addison" aka Mort Walker BONER'S ARK Original Sunday Page Art "ORDINARILY" (02/26/?) art area: 9" h x 13" w

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Walker - beetle bailey, Daily (08/02/?)
Mort Walker
Mort Walker beetle bailey Original Daily Strip Art (08/02/?) art area: 3¾" h x 13" w

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"Addison" - BONER'S ARK, Daily (12/25/1970)
"addison" Aka Mort Walker
"Addison" aka Mort Walker BONER'S ARK Original Daily Strip Art "MY HOME" (12/25/1970) art area: 3¾" h x 13" w

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Walker - beetle bailey, Sunday (12/23/?)
Mort Walker
Mort Walker - beetle bailey, Original Sunday Page Art (12/23/?) art area: 10" h x 15" w

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"Addison" - BONER'S ARK, Daily (07/11/?)
"addison" Aka Mort Walker
"Addison" aka Mort Walker BONER'S ARK Original Daily Strip Art "TRACTION" (07/11/?) art area: 3½" h x 12" w

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Walker - beetle bailey, Daily (09/29/?)
Mort Walker
Mort Walker beetle bailey Original Daily Strip Art (09/29/?) art area: 3¾" h x 13" w

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"Addison" - BONER'S ARK, Daily (01/11/1972)
"addison" Aka Mort Walker
"Addison" aka Mort Walker BONER'S ARK Original Daily Strip Art "SNOB" (01/11/1972) art area: 4½" h x 15" w

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Walker - beetle bailey, Daily (12/07/?)
Mort Walker
Mort Walker beetle bailey Original Daily Strip Art (12/07/?) art area: 3¾" h x 13" w

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"Addison" - BONER'S ARK, Daily (04/16/1977)
"addison" Aka Mort Walker
"Addison" aka Mort Walker BONER'S ARK Original Daily Strip Art "FUNNY STUFF" (04/16/1977) art area: 3½" h x 12" w

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"Addison" - BONER'S ARK, Sunday (12/28/?)
"addison" Aka Mort Walker
"Addison" aka Mort Walker BONER'S ARK Original Sunday Page Art (12/28/?) art area: 10" h x 15¼" w

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King - Gasoline Alley, Daily Strip (12/22/1941)
Frank King
Frank King Gasoline Alley Original Daily Strip (12/22/1941) "No change, thanks" art area: 5½" w x 19¾" h

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Riddle - MR. TWEEDY, Daily Strip (12/15/1973)
Ned Riddle
Ned Riddle MR. TWEEDY Original Daily Strip Art (12/15/1973) NO RESERVE! This piece is evenly sun faded. art area: 7½" h x 7½" w

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King - Gasoline Alley, Daily Strip (07/14/1941)
Frank King
Frank King Gasoline Alley Original Daily Strip (07/14/1941) "Cash and Carry" art area: 5½" w x 19¾" h

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Young - BLONDIE, Daily Strip (9/1/1971)
Chic Young
Chic Young BLONDIE Original Daily Strip Art (9/1/1971) All ziptone securely in place. art area: 5" h x 17½" w

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King – Gasoline Alley, Daily Strip (04/26/1941)
Frank King
Frank King Gasoline Alley Original Daily Strip Art (04/26/1941) “Unfinished business” art area: 5½" w x 19¾" h

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Walker - BEETLE BAILEY, Daily Strip (4/3/1970)
Mort Walker
Mort Walker BEETLE BAILEY Original Daily Strip Art (4/3/1970) This piece is accompanied by the paperback book, "What Is It Now, beetle bailey", in which the art appears. All ziptone securely in place. art area: 4½" h x 15½" w

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King – Gasoline Alley, Daily Strip (04/12/1941)
Frank King
Frank King Gasoline Alley Daily (04/12/1941) “All clear” art area: 5½" w x 19¾" h

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Young - BLONDIE, Sunday Page (9/28/1958)
Chic Young
Chic Young BLONDIE Original Sunday Page Art (9/28/1958) art area: 14¾" h x 16¾" w

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King – Gasoline Alley, Daily Strip (04/07/1941)
Frank King
Frank King Gasoline Alley Daily (04/07/1941) “Average rating” art area: 5½" w x 19¾" h

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Smythe - ANDY CAPP #2214, Daily Strip
Reg Smythe
Reg Smythe ANDY CAPP #2214 Original Daily Strip Art This piece is attached to the mat by tape along the top of the strip. art area: 7¼" h x 8¾" w

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Scancarelli - GASOLINE ALLEY, Daily (1/6/1992) NO RESERVE!
Jim Scancarelli
Jim Scancarelli GASOLINE ALLEY Original Daily Strip Art (1/6/1992) NO RESERVE! art area: 4¾" h x 15½" w

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Scancarelli - GASOLINE ALLEY, Color Silverprint Sunday (4/1/2007) NO RESERVE!
Jim Scancarelli
Jim Scancarelli GASOLINE ALLEY Color Silverprint Sunday Proof (4/1/2007) NO RESERVE! The Sunday page proof 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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Sullivan - PRISCILLA'S POP 8/17/1977 NO RESERVE!
Ed Sullivan
Ed Sullivan PRISCILLA'S POP (8/17/1977) Original Daily Strip Art

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Starr - Little Orphan Anne 5/25/1982 NO RESERVE!
Leonard Starr
Leonard Starr Little Orphan Anne (5/25/1982) Original Daily Strip Art NO RESERVE! The lower two thirds of the last frame is a paste-over of original art. art area: 5" h x 16 ¼" w

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Van Buren - Abbie an' Slats 7/6/1965 NO RESERVE!
Raeburn Van Buren
Raeburn Van Buren Abbie an' Slats (7/6/1965) Original Daily Strip Art NO RESERVE! art area: 5 ¼" h x 19 ¼" w

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Van Buren - Abbie an' Slats 1/16/1969 NO RESERVE!
Raeburn Van Buren
Raeburn Van Buren Abbie an' Slats (1/16/1969) Original Daily Strip Art NO RESERVE! The yellow splotch in the upper left corner is some very old tape. art area: 5 ¼" h x 19 ¼" w

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Brinkerhoff - Little Mary MixUP 3/30/1942 NO RESERVE!
R.M. Brinkerhoff
R.M. Brinkerhoff Little Mary MixUp (3/30/1942) O riginal Daily Strip Art NO RESERVE! The comic strip Little Mary Mixup by cartoonist Robert Moore Brinkerhoff was distributed by United Features Syndicate from 1917–1956. It debuted as a gag-a-day strip featuring a mischievous 9-year-old girl. However, Mary aged slowly over time, and by World War II, she was an adventurous teenager who could participate in the war. By then, Little Mary Mixup had developed from a gag strip into an adventure strip that involved kidnappers, crooks, and a treasure hunt. However, the Sunday strips were separated from the daily continuity and continued to feature simple gags. The strip appeared in 143 most minor newspapers. It ended in 1956, when Brinkerhoff retired. art area: 4 ¾" h x 21 ¾" w

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Walker/Browne - Hi and Lois, Daily (01/20/1965) NO RESERVE!
Mort Walker/dik Browne
Mort Walker/Dik Browne Hi and Lois Original Daily Strip Art (01/20/1965) NO RESERVE! This is a very clean piece. All the ziptone is intact. art area: 4 ¾" h x 16" w

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Byrnes - Reg'lar Fellers 6/23/1930s NO RESERVE!
Gene Byrnes
Gene Byrnes Reg'lar Fellers (6/23/1930s) Original Daily Strip Art "REAL SORROW" "566-488" NO RESERVE! The upper right corner is missing. It does not affect the art, only the last two letters of "Byrnes". "Eugene Byrnes (March 18, 1889 - July 26, 1974) set out on a sporting career, which was brutally cut short when he broke his leg during a wrestling match in 1911. While recuperating in the hospital, he spent his time copying Tad Dorgan's cartoons. Then he began drawing his own, following a correspondence course at the Landon School of cartooning and illustrating, and he sent his work on to several newspapers. In 1915, his first strip, 'Things That Never Happen', was published. He met Winsor McCay, who got him a job as a sports cartoonist at the New York Telegram. It was there that Eugene Byrnes created his comic, 'It's a Great Life If You Don't Weaken', which became a slogan for the American Army during World War I. In 1917, the strip was complemented by 'Reg'lar Fellers', about a gang of kids. This strip became a huge success, and ran daily and Sunday until 1950. Byrnes is also important to the comic world because of the number of professional textbooks he wrote on cartooning, such as 'How to Draw Comics and Commercial Art' (1939) and 'A Complete Guide to Professional Cartooning' (1950). Byrnes retired in the 1960s, and died in 1974." ~ Lambiek art area: 5" h x 20 ¾" w

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Byrnes - Reg'lar Fellers 9/11/1930s NO RESERVE!
Gene Byrnes
Gene Byrnes Reg'lar Fellers (9/11/1930s) Original Daily Strip Art "COOL HEADS" "595-515" NO RESERVE! "Eugene Byrnes (March 18, 1889 - July 26, 1974) set out on a sporting career, which was brutally cut short when he broke his leg during a wrestling match in 1911. While recuperating in the hospital, he spent his time copying Tad Dorgan's cartoons. Then he began drawing his own, following a correspondence course at the Landon School of cartooning and illustrating, and he sent his work on to several newspapers. In 1915, his first strip, 'Things That Never Happen', was published. He met Winsor McCay, who got him a job as a sports cartoonist at the New York Telegram. It was there that Eugene Byrnes created his comic, 'It's a Great Life If You Don't Weaken', which became a slogan for the American Army during World War I. In 1917, the strip was complemented by 'Reg'lar Fellers', about a gang of kids. This strip became a huge success, and ran daily and Sunday until 1950. Byrnes is also important to the comic world because of the number of professional textbooks he wrote on cartooning, such as 'How to Draw Comics and Commercial Art' (1939) and 'A Complete Guide to Professional Cartooning' (1950). Byrnes retired in the 1960s, and died in 1974." ~ Lambiek art area: 5" h x 19 ¾" w

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King - Gasoline Alley 7/16/1937 NO RESERVE!
Frank Frank King
Frank Frank King - Gasoline Alley (7/16/1937) Original Daily Strip Art NO RESERVE! art area: 6" h x 20" w

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Schrim - SPA FON! (2002) NO RESERVE!
Schrim
Schrim SPA FON! (2002) NO RESERVE! 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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THE TRIBUNE PRIMER by Eugene Field (1900) NO RESERVE!
The Tribune Primer
THE TRIBUNE PRIMER by Eugene Field (1900) NO RESERVE! From the personal collection of Al Feldstein. 7" h x 4¾" w x ½" thick

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Davis - FOREVER AMBERGRIS, TALES FROM THE CRYPT #44 (Oct-Nov 1954)
Jack Davis
Jack Davis FOREVER AMBERGRIS TALES FROM THE CRYPT #44 Complete 8 Page Story (Oct-Nov 1954) art area: Splash Page 12" h x 13" w Story Pages 18" h x 13" w

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