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    The Art of Richard W. Sprang Hardcover Signed, Numbered, Limited First Edition #46/200 (Striking Impressions, 1998). A lovely 8.5" x 11.25" hardcover edition with embossed gold foil on the cover. The book contains 272 pages and is an unauthorized biography and career retrospective of Golden Age Batman artist Dick Sprang (1915-2000). The book is fully illustrated in both color and black and white. It includes rarely seen Sprang art from throughout his entire career, illustrated with photos, illustrations, and articles. The book's production run was strictly limited to 200 copies by DC Comics due to use of their characters and was conceived, produced, published, and privately distributed (not sold) to a small circle of friends and Sprang admirers. The page opposite the table of contents has been boldly signed by Sprang in black felt tip pen and has also been hand-numbered. This is #46/200, and it is in Excellent condition.

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