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    Martin Branner Winnie Winkle (Bicot et Suzy) Original de la planche du dimanche 9 novembre 1930 (Chicago Tribune, 1930). Le titre original de la série fait référence à Winnie Winkle, mais dans la planche du dimanche son petit frère Bicot et le Club des Ran-Tan-Plan lui volent la vedette ! Planche au crayon et a` l'encre de Chine sur papier bristol avec une surface d'image de 49 x 66 cm. Assez bon état.
    Martin Branner Winnie Winkle Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 11-9-30 (Chicago Tribune, 1930). The title of the strip may be Winnie Winkle, the Breadwinner, but it's her little brother Perry Winkle and the Rinkydinks that are making all the dough this Sunday! Rendered in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 19.25" x 26". In Very Good condition.

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