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    George Herriman Krazy Kat Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 6-22-32 (King Features Syndicate, 1932). Ignatz is about to put his two cents in (in the form of a brick) since Krazy Kat can't make sense of things. Typical zany word-play as you would expect from Herriman's beloved strip. It was titled "Speaking of Coppers", presumably because of the "pennies" punchline and the fact that Offisa Pupp is hiding in the last panel. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 20.25" x 4.5". There is a minor stain in Panel 1, and some tape residue in the top margin. In Very Good condition.

    More information about George Herriman, also known as Herriman, George, George Herriman.

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    February, 2019
    21st-23rd Thursday-Saturday
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