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    The Adventures of Tintin "Objective Moon" Wolff Dessins Préliminaires Développement des Personnages Lot de 4 (Larry Harmon Pictures, 1959). "Herge's Adventures of... Tin... Tin!" C'est ainsi que chaque épisode de la première série télévisée animée de Tintin commençait. Série produite par Larry Harmon Bozo Fame en 104 épisodes de huit minutes diffusée entre 1957 et 1963. "Objective Moon" était la première des sept histoires de Tintin adaptées pour cette courte série. Apparaît l'ingénieur de fusée Frank Wolff qui assiste l'ami de Tintin, le professeur Tournesol jusqu'au moment où l'on apprend qu'il est un espion du colonel Jorgen. Offert une collection d'illustrations de développement de ce personnage pivot. Le premier est un modèle original de couleur encré et peint à la main de Wolff mesurant 6 x 14 cm sur acétate de 30 x 26 cm, ruban de masquage autour des bords. Il contient une feuille de modèle originale" Wolff Close-Up " mettant en vedette cinq images au crayon graphite, crayon rouge sur du papier à 3 chevilles à 12 champs datée du 10/11/59. Troisième et quatrième dans le lot est un dessin complet de 15 cm de haut et une copie du personnage intitulé" Standard Size Wolff ", daté du 21/11/59. Le dessin au crayon graphite, crayon rouge sur papier 12 field 3-peghole. Légère manipulation. Le cellulo présente une séparation de peinture très mineure. En Très Bonne Condition.
    The Adventures of Tintin "Objective Moon" Wolff Character Development Art Group of 4 (Larry Harmon Pictures, 1959). "Herge's Adventures of... Tin... Tin!" is how each episode of this, the first animated Tintin TV series began. This series was produced by Larry Harmon of Bozo fame and 104 eight minute episodes were produced between 1957 - 1963. "Objective Moon" was the first of only seven Tintin stories adapted for the short-lived series. In it appears rocket engineer Frank Wolff who assists Tintin's friend Professor Calculus until it is revealed that he is a spy for Colonel Jorgen. Offered here is a collection of Character development artwork of this pivotal character. First is an original hand-inked hand-painted color model of Wolff who measures 2.5" x 5.5" on a 12" x 10 sheet of acetate with Masking tape around the border. With it is an original "Wolff Close-Up" model sheet featuring five images rendered in graphite and red pencil on 12 field 3-peghole paper and dated 10/11/59. Third and forth in the lot is a full-body 6" tall drawing and copy of the character labeled "Standard Size Wolff" and dated 11/21/59. The drawing is in graphite and red pencil on 12 field paper. The entire lot shows minor handling and use. The cel exhibits very minor paint separation. Condition is Very Good.


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    October, 2020
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    I have done a preliminary analysis and the total of the hammer prices was $67,550. With BP, the final figure was $80,722.25. That is against the total insurance value of $34,785 or 2.32 x ‘pre-auction estimate’. Incredible, really, so a big thanks.
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