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    Garry Trudeau Doonesbury Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 6-13-89 (Universal Press Syndicate, 1989). Hey! It's all just ink on paper, folks! Looks like got a little messy on the drawing board, and Zonker is not happy about it! A clever strip from Pulitzer Prize-winning Trudeau. This ink (lots of ink) and Zipatone over graphite on Bristol board daily has an image size of 14.5" x 4.75", and is in Excellent condition, wit hone paste-up text correction in Panel 4. Proceeds from the winning bids in this special NCS "Thanks & Giving Auction" will go to the "Direct Relief" charity, benefiting victims of recent natural disasters.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2017
    30th Thursday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 18
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