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    MAD Posters and Production Materials Group of 31 (EC, 1966-1997). Posters included are: Sergio Aragonés' A Day In The Life of a Comic Book Shop; MAD wall calendars for the years 1988, 1996, and 1997; Humor in a Jugular Vein exhibition from 1992; MAD Art Show exhibition from 1993; double-sided MAD Pictorial Map by Sergio Aragonés (2 copies); Na Und?.... German Alfred E. Neuman poster; Spy vs. Spy: Network Security; Vote MAD; State of the MAD Art; MAD offices souvenir poster; and Alfred E. Neuman's First Aid for Choking. In addition to these amazing posters, there are various color proofs, cover mock-ups, cover progressive proofs, and cover proofs. It's a huge pile of stuff that's simply MAD! Most posters are rolled and the largest measures 23" x 35". The production materials are mostly smaller, but the progressive prints measure as big as 18.5" x 23.5". Conditions vary, but on average all pieces are in Very Good condition. From the MAD Collection of Annie Gaines Ashton.

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