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    Al Taliaferro - Silly Symphony - Donald Duck Sunday Comic Strip Original Art, dated 2-21-37 (King Features Syndicate, 1937). Jerry Weist's Comic Art Price Guide notes that Silly Symphony Sundays featuring Donald Duck are extremely rare; less than ten are known to exist from the 1936-37 era. Wow! If that wasn't incentive enough to bid, this just happens to be a top-notch example of Donald Duck's funny paper antics. It's a riot! Donald was created in 1934 as a character for a "Silly Symphony" animated short. His popularity brought him to the Silly Symphony Sunday comic strip on various occasions, from 1936 to 1937. Finally, in 1939, the Donald Duck strip debuted under its own title. The image area of this Sunday is approximately 27" x 17", and the art is in Excellent condition. Bid, Bid, Bid, on this super-scarce and superb Sunday!

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    October, 2004
    1st-2nd Friday-Saturday
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