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    Bill Watterson Calvin and Hobbes "The Last Sunday" Print Signed dated 12-31-95 and Letter (Universal Press Syndicate, 1995). This full-color print of the very last Calvin and Hobbes strip still catches us short and brings a tear to the eye. It was a masterful way to go out: full of hope and excitement and energy. But we knew we were losing two of our dearest friends that day. We have had the privilege of selling some of these before, and they have sold for anywhere from $5,000-$10,000. The 13.75" x 10" print is hand-signed by Watterson in the last panel. It was sent from Universal Press Syndicate to Gail Hamilton of the Journal-Review in Crawfordsville, Indiana, and it even comes with the accompanying letter from Lee Salem (VP/Editorial Director for Universal Press Syndicate). The print is handsomely matted to 19" x 15". In Excellent condition.

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    February, 2019
    21st-23rd Thursday-Saturday
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