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    Dick Calkins Buck Rogers Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 4-8-32 (John F. Dille Co., 1932). Killer Kane and Ardala, concealed in crates, have invaded the secret headquarters of the Saturnian rebels, in this Buck Rogers daily by Dick Calkins (previously described as from circa 1939, but actually from 1932). The strip is numbered #1018, and has an image area measuring 18" x 4.5". There is some slight staining apparent in the final panel, otherwise the art is in Excellent condition. Signed and inscribed by Dick Calkins.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2011
    15th-17th Tuesday-Thursday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 12
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