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    Gill Fox - Uncle Sam Quarterly #4 Cover Original Art (Quality, 1942). The living embodiment of the American ideal, Uncle Sam, was National Comics's lead feature from his debut in issue #1, until he made his final Golden Age appearance in issue #45. The red, white, and blue clad hero also appeared in his own title, Uncle Sam Quarterly, which ran eight issues between 1941 and 1943. Here, from the cover of his fourth issue, Sam pulls the rug out from under "The Mongrol Man," a poke at Emperor Hirohito, by Gill Fox. The image area measures 13.5" x 18.5", and although the paper exhibits a bit of aging, and there are several glue stains from missing paste-ups, the art is in Very Good condition. From the collection of Gill Fox.

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