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    Gold Key Miscellaneous Titles Bound Volumes (Gold Key, 1976). If these comics hadn't been bound and trimmed into hardback volumes, they would grade out pretty darn high! The colors of the covers alone will knock you out! These three matching volumes represent some of Gold Key's output during the bicentennial year 1976. Vol. 276 features Warner Brothers titles, including Tweety and Sylvester #55-66 and Yosemite Sam #35-42. Vol. 272 features Walter Lantz titles: Andy Panda #12-17, and Woody Woodpecker #149-155. Vol. 278 is a mixed bag that includes Little Monsters #33-38, plus the first four issues of Gold Key Spotlight -- #1 (Tom, Dick and Harriet); #2 (Cracky); #3 (Wacky Witch) and #4 (Tom, Dick and Harriet). All comics were Western Publishing file copies; while some books have handwritten notes pertaining to later reprints; most are like new. Approximate Overstreet VG 4.0 value for group = $150. From the Random House Archives.

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