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    Nick Cardy Tarzan Daily Comic Strips Original Art (United Feature Syndicate, 1950). Nick Cardy's run on Tarzan was short, but superb. Cardy drew the strip for just six months in 1950, from February to July, and these dailies #3407 and #3408 (although the back says they're actually #3413 and #3414) are from the "Tarzan and the City of Gold" story arc. Created in ink over graphite on DuoTone board with image areas of 18.5" x 5". With moderate toning along the edges, all text are hand-drawn paste-ups, and soft corner bumps and wear. In Very Good condition.

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