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    Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #73-108 Bound Volumes (Dell, 1946-49). These comics feature Carl Barks art and include a couple of key issues, such as the first appearance of Gladstone Gander (#88) and Uncle Scrooge's first appearance in this title (#98). The comics are file copies which have been trimmed and bound into three hardcover volumes. Most of the comics have an "office copy" stamp on the cover. Most have notations in pen and/or pencil on the first page regarding if and when the story was reprinted. A couple of the issues have white-out on the first page. The binding of one of the three books has come loose at the back hinge and is held in place by a couple of pieces of tape. Approximate Overstreet VG 4.0 value for group = $1,100. From the Random House Archives.

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