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    Burne Hogarth Tarzan #964 Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 8-28-49 (United Feature Syndicate, 1949). From one of the most bizarre Tarzan story arcs of all time... "Tarzan and the Ononoes" (check out Panel 6 to see what we mean). Eight amazing panels full of incredible Burne Hogarth figure work, and Tarzan is in every single panel. Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 19.75" x 26.5". The well-toned board has been folded between tiers to allow mailing to the syndicate, and has some stains in several panels. It has been sandwich matted to 21.75" x 28". The logo is a paste-up stat that has toned. The logo panel has a personalized inscription by Hogarth to fellow cartoonist Dick Hodgins Sr. Overall, in Good condition.

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    November, 2018
    15th-17th Thursday-Saturday
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