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    Carl Barks Uncle Scrooge in Color Hardcover Slipcase Signed Limited Edition #102/750 (Gladstone, 1987).
    Low Number Alert! This is #102 of only 750 produced! Deluxe slipcased hardcover book, limited/numbered, and hand-signed by "The Duck Man" himself! The Carl Barks signature is on a bookplate on the inside front cover. The book shows very minor signs of handling/storage wear, as does the Slipcase; otherwise, in Excellent condition.
    From the Personal Collection of Bill Cole.


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    Auction Dates
    February, 2020
    23rd-24th Sunday-Monday
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