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    Carl Barks' Personal Day Planner Book, Group of 2 (1976-80). The ultimate Good Duck Artist kept track of his comings and goings with these two day planner books. Our beloved Unca Carl noted every phone conversation, road trip, and motel stay within these pages. The 1976 book even tracks the appearances of certain sparrow birds seen in his yard, which he referred to as "stripies". Russ Cochran, Bruce Hamilton, Don and Maggie Thompson, Donald Ault, Malcolm Willits, and other well-known Barks fans and associates are mentioned. Both books are in Excellent condition (the 1980 book has a piece of felt glued to the spine for Carl's comfort), and come with individual certificates of authenticity from Jerry Weist. Want to know how Barks spent the 4th of July, 1976? Bid!

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2008
    9th Sunday
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