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DescriptionTom and Jerry Little Golden Book Illustration (MGM, 1951). Tom and Jerry made their first Little Golden Book appearance in this very book in 1951. It's rare original illustrated panel from the hand of Harvey Eisenberg (1911 -1995). This is gauche on trimmed board measures 5" x 6" and appears on second page of the story which starts with "What a Day!" he cried to Tuffy. Mr. Eisenberg also illustrated much of the Tom and Jerry comic book artwork. This comes with with an original copy of the 1951 Tom and Jerry Little Golden Book in which it appears. There is some minor handling and edge wear; otherwise condition is Very Good.
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