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    Cartoonists Autograph Group. This astounding set of 3" x 5" notecards, collected during the 1940s, features signatures from (and in most cases, artwork by) from 48 great cartoonists, including Marge Buell ("Little Lulu"), Dorothy Bond ("The Ladies"), Paul Norris ("Jungle Jim"), Gus Edson ("The Gumps"), George Baker ("Sad Sack"), Denys Wortman ("Everyday Movies"), William Ferguson ("This Curious World"), and Kreigh Collins ("Mitzi McCoy"), as well as one featuring a signature and self-portrait by legendary magician Harry Blackstone Sr. Each is enclosed in a protective mylar sleeve, and the set is in overall Excellent condition with the occasional instance of very light tanning. A fantastic set of collectibles.

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    April, 2006
    14th-15th Friday-Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 17
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