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    Marge's Little Lulu #31-66 Bound Volume Group (Dell, 1951-53). Who doesn't love Little Lulu? Everyone's favorite little girl in curls stars in this beautiful set of three bound volumes, all filled with Western Publishing file copies that have been bound and trimmed into handsome hardback books, which were originally used as reference by the Western offices. Most comics have "Office Copy" stamped on the cover. These are some of the best years for Lulu, classic tales featuring Tubby and his gang, pesky Alvin, snobbish Gloria and Wilbur, and faithful friend Annie. Great stuff, indeed, for kids aged from 9 to 99. Overstreet 2005 VG 4.0 value for group = $862. From the Random House Archives.

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