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    Curt Swan Superman Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 3-27-57 (McClure Syndicate, 1957). Superman struggles to find the identity of Lois' mysterious fiancé "G" -- it's certainly not Professor Gill! Art is in ink over graphite on Craftint board, with an approximate image area of 19.25" x 5.75", and matted to an overall 21" x 8". Artboard has tanned somewhat, and there are glue stains in the first panel around the syndicate strip; Very Good condition.

    More information about Curt Swan, also known as Swan, Curt, Curt Swan.

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    Auction Dates
    August, 2015
    27th-29th Thursday-Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 15
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