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    Harold Gray Little Orphan Annie Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 4-26-26 (Chicago Tribune, 1926). Annie's strip was not quite two years old when this daily was published (the strip started on 8-5-24). However, by this point Harold Gray had already developed Annie into the form we most know... the curly hair, circles for eyes, and the dress with a white collar. Sandy the dog is in prime form on this strip also. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 20" x 5.75". Signed by Gray in the last panel. The board is toned, with minor smudging and soiling, marginal notes (in pencil), and pinholes. In Very Good condition.

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    March, 2020
    5th-8th Thursday-Sunday
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