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    Frank Willard Moon Mullins Hand-Colored Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 10-19-24 (Chicago Tribune, 1924). It has been eight years since we've seen a Moon Mullins Sunday strip from 1924. This hand-colored Sunday is a superb example from the Golden Era of newspaper comic strips, and it's sure to make a super-attractive showpiece for any Moon Mullins fan. The strip features Moon, Kayo, and Miss Pickles, the first grade teacher! The strip, done in ink and watercolor over graphite on Bristol board, has an image area of 16.5" x 24.5". A strip of board was added to the top panel; otherwise, the piece is in Very Good condition, with handling and edge wear, light soiling and a few pinholes.

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    November, 2017
    16th-18th Thursday-Saturday
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