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    John Liney - Henry Daily Comic Strip Original Art, Group of 3 (King Features Syndicate, 1975). John Liney worked as an assistant under the auspices of the strip’s creator, Carl Anderson, and began drawing strips for the series as early as 1942. Liney took over full-time duties on the daily comic when Anderson passed in 1948. These three John Liney signed dailies are dated 2-22-75, 2-24-75, and 3-1-75. Each strip has an image area measuring 20" x 5.5". The Zipatone has yellowed on each of the strips, and there is some light soiling and staining on two of the strips; otherwise the work averages in Very Good condition.

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    Auction Dates
    January, 2006
    22nd Sunday
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