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    Richard F. Outcault Buster Brown Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 9-10-17 (Newspaper Feature Service, 1917). You could hardly ask for a better example of Buster Brown being a brat than this Sunday titled "The Chicken Escaped". In addition, not only does Tige talk in this episode, he talks to someone other than Buster. Tige is the first "talking dog" in comics. Created in ink over graphite on two sheets of Bristol board with a combined image area of 18.75" x 24". The sections are toned, with some edge/corner wear and chipping. The larger section has a horizontal crease through the second tier. There are pinholes in the margins from a previous framing. Overall in Very Good condition. From the Outcault Family Collection.

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    May, 2018
    10th-12th Thursday-Saturday
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