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    Basil Wolverton, Wally Wood, and Norman Saunders Make Your Own Name Topps Stickers Illustration Original Art Group of 6 (Topps, 1966). Non-Sports Card collectors know all three of these names. But Basil Wolverton, Wally Wood, and Norman Saunders, all working on the same project? It's a dream come-true! They were originally sold in the famous Topps Archive Auction. Basil Wolverton handled the pencil work, which was tightened up and outlined by Wally Wood, then painted by the great Norman Saunders. These were created on approximately 3.5" x 4.5" Bristol board. They have never been on display. In Excellent condition.


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    November, 2020
    19th-22nd Thursday-Sunday
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