Quick & Flupke

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The exploits of Quick and Flupke (French: Quick et Flupke, gamins de Bruxelles, lit. 'Quick and Flupke, urchins of Brussels') was a comics series by Belgian cartoonist Hergé. Serialised weekly from January 1930 to 1940 in Le Petit Vingtième, the children's supplement of conservative Belgian newspaper Le Vingtième Siècle ("The Twentieth Century"), the series ran alongside Hergé's better known The Adventures of Tintin. It continued for one extra year in Le Soir Jeunesse until 1941. It revolves around the lives of two misbehaving boys, Quick and Flupke, who live in Brussels, and the conflict that they get into with a local policeman…Wikipedia
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Primary marketplace
France
  1. 56France
  2. 29Europe
  3. 10Belgium
  4. 6United States
Type of sale
  1. 61Auctions
  2. 39Non-auction sources
Auctions
  1. 38Artcurial
  2. 36Daniel Maghen Enchères
  3. 10Sotheby's
  4. 4Tajan
Non-auction sources
  1. 532DGalleries
  2. 18eBay Europe (Buy It Now)
  3. 16Galerie 9ème Art
  4. 13Huberty Breyne Gallery
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