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Europe in Cartoons & Asia in Cartoons two very rare early cartoon collections mostly pirated cartoons by western artists from newspapers and magazines...

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  • (ART.) SHEARER, TED. Two watercolor drawings
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    Political cartoon by artist F. Victor Gillam (1897-1922) published on March 24, 1900 as a "centerfold" in the New York humor magazine Judge. The cartoon addresses the topic ... [more like this]
  • Carl Barks - Original Artwork for Pencil
    Cartoon Drawing 1940s, lead pencil with red-line pencil on paper, this is one of the very few of these cartoons without the signature on the backside with Carl's North Hollywood ... [more like this]
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  • An artist proof poster of cartoon characters
    from over fifty different cartoon artists 1986, AP, the poster has over 150 cartoon characters represented by fifty artists, done as a fund raiser for Child Welfare League ... [more like this]
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    very rare early cartoon collections mostly pirated cartoons by western artists from newspapers and magazines one with the library stamp of the Cheng Bi Three Democracy Tobacco ... [more like this]
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