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    Ken Bald Judd Saxon Daily Original Art Group of 3 (King Features Syndicate, 1959) Judd Saxon was a young man eager to work his way up the business ladder in the late 50s to early 60s. He wasn't afraid to wrinkle your lapel if he needed to. The artist, Ken Bald, has previously worked in comics on characters such as Captain Marvel, Captain America, Sub-Mariner, as well as Patsy Walker. In 1957 he made the switch to comic strips instead. These installments dated 7-8, 7-18, and 7-20 of 1959, were created in ink over graphite with Zipatone and whiteout on Bristol board with image areas of 18.5" x 5.25". Overall toning, discoloration in the Zipatone, some glue residue, edge wear, and marginal smudging. In Very Good condition.

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