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    The Carl Barks Library Complete Ten Volume Set Signed by Carl Barks #290/750 (Another Rainbow, 1983-90). A set of ten boxed sets, each including three hardbound books, that reprint the entire output of Walt Disney's Duck stories, written and drawn by Carl Barks from 1943 until his retirement in 1966. The art is reproduced in crisp black and white on oversized pages, with covers and a few stories printed in full color. Also included are many images of Carl Bark's Duck paintings, done during his retirement, but the real cherry on this cake comes from a Carl Barks hand-signed autograph on a numbered bookplate (#290) in the first book of the set (one of 750 such signed sets). Each set is in Excellent condition, and is still in its original shrinkwrap. These books are fresh and like-new.

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