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    Harold Shull For Men Only Magazine Illustration Original Art (c. 1960s). Intended as a story illustration for a September issue of For Men Only, this great looking gouache piece is by Harold Shull, who is well-known for illustrating most of the packaging for Mego toys in the early 1970s (including the Star Trek and Micronauts toys). This piece is clearly signed in the bottom left quadrant. The image area measures 17" x 22" on this 21" x 26.5" illustration board. The board has a nick out of the top right edge, and some minor corner damage; however, the image area is in Excellent condition.

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    Auction Dates
    March, 2016
    13th Sunday
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