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    Four Color #97-108 File Copies Bound Volume (Dell, 1946). A selection of file copies of Four Color #97 (Little Lulu), 98 (Lone Ranger), 99 (Smitty), 100 (first Gene Autry photo cover), 101 (Terry and the Pirates), 102 (Oswald the Rabbit, Walt Kelly art), 103 (Mother Goose, Kelly art), 104 (Fairy Tale Parade, Kelly art), 105 (Albert the Alligator and Pogo Possum, Kelly art), 106 (Tillie the Toiler), 107 (Little Orphan Annie), and 108 (Donald Duck in "The Terror of the River", Carl Barks art) that have been trimmed and bound into a hardcover volume. The back board is loose, and the front cover of the volume erroneously lists the contents as "Little Lulu Comics Vol. 11", with the correct contents handwritten on the cover in black felt tip. The comics are in nice condition with glossy covers, supple pages, and some tanning. Overstreet 2009 VG 4.0 value for comics = $842.

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    Auction Dates
    August, 2009
    14th-15th Friday-Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 18
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