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    Memorabilia: Superman Newspaper Strips Bound Set (McClure Newspaper Syndicate, early 1940s) Condition: VG. These are the first 30 installments of the daily Superman newspaper strip! This set, which measures 14" long and 4" high, was sent out by the McClure Newspaper Syndicate, most likely to the newspapers in an effort to persuade them to carry the strip. The inside covers have promotional ads which newspapers could copy (inserting the name of the paper) and run as advertisements for the strip. The strips were not cut from newspapers, but rather photocopied onto slicker paper and bound together with the covers. The date "12/12/45" is written in pen on the cover. From the collection of Richard and Wendy Pini.

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    November, 2004
    8th Monday
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