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    Peter Puck Promotional Art (Hanna-Barbera, 1973). Peter Puck was the animated character who taught hockey to both kids and non-hockey fans between periods on NBC's Hockey Game of the Week and CBS's Hockey Night in Canada. Nine episodes were produced and animated by Hanna-Barbera Studio. In 2007 all the episodes were released on DVD. Any and all original artwork of this character is considered rare and highly collectible. This lot is something special for Peter Puck fans. The master promotional line art done of Peter Puck by long time Dell Comics artist Jack Manning (1920 - 1986) for a Power Play is on 14.5" x 14" light board. On it, Peter Puck is a full 8" tall. Also in this lot is a rare felt cut-out and mounted Peter Puck T-shirt design from the same time period. The T-shirt felt on board is 12" x 9" with the artwork measuring approximately 8" x 7". Minor handling and edge wear are present; otherwise, condition is Very Good.

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    June, 2018
    16th-17th Saturday-Sunday
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