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    Cap'n Crunch/King Vitaman Character Concept Prints Group of 3 (Jay Ward, c. 1960s/70s). This collection of three early photographic prints once hung in the office of the marketing director at Quaker Oats back in the late 60's and early 70's and they include two Cap'n Crunch images, the first is a concept for a new character Zorehead Zee-Lion -- a grouchy half lion/half seal who throws snowballs and the second is S.S. Guppy crew member Carlyle with a pair of toy soldier characters holding brooms. A print of King Vitaman and his cowardly sidekick Lord Cravenleigh the knight completes the lot. All are matted and framed under glass with a mat opening of 7.5" x 9.5" in a frame measuring 14" x 14.5". The frames are scratched and sold as-is. Condition is Very Good.

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    December, 2018
    8th-9th Saturday-Sunday
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