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    Charles Addams original Addams Family sketch inscribed to Stan Freberg. (1955) Stan Freberg and his father always loved The New Yorker - the articles and especially the cartoons. For years Freberg laughed out loud at Charles Addams' brilliant work. Their paths crossed at a hotel in San Francisco and they then shared a cab in the city. Addams drew this cartoon while riding in the cab with Freberg, as a special gift for Freberg's talents. Consisting of a cartoon of the Addams Family characters "Pugsley" playing "Lurch" as a harp with the inscription, "For Stan who will in the end, play an instrument like this - with admiration Chas. Addams" and "San Francisco 1955". Accomplished in blue pencil on 10.5 x 7 in. artist's leaf visible through mat of 14.25 x 18 in. original frame. In vintage fine condition. Comes with an LOA from Stan Freberg. Special shipping arrangements will apply.

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    October, 2014
    17th Friday
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