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    Cocomalt Big Book of Comics #1 (Chesler, 1938) Condition: VG+. Gerber's Photo-Journal lists this as an "8" or "rare." A Cocomalt premium issued by R.B. Davis Co., Hoboken, N.J. Cocomalt was the sponsor of a radio show starring Joe Penner that aired on CBS from October 4, 1936 to June 26, 1938. It was called "The Penners of Park Avenue". Penner was a comedian best known for the catchphrase "Wanna Buy a Duck?" He died in 1941. Charles Biro cover and art. Paul Gustavson and Jack Cole art, plus a Little Nemo story by Winsor McCay. Overstreet 2019 VG 4.0 value = $452. From the Philip M. Levine Collection.

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