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    A Red Skelton Drawing, 1995. Rendered in pencil on paper, depicting an image of the comedian, handwritten text on the left margin reads "Red Skelton / Marion, ILL / 1995;" according to a typed note included with the drawing, this piece was drawn by Sketlon and "presented... to Congressman Ken Gray at one of his last appearances at the Marion, Illinois Civic Center in 1995."
    Matted: 20" x 16"; Drawing Only: 14" x 10"


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    August, 2013
    10th Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 9
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