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    Carl Barks Uncle Scrooge #63 Story Page 18 Original Art (Gold Key, 1966). Featured are some of the characters Barks is most known for... Uncle Scrooge, two of the nephews, Donald Duck, and four of the Beagle Boys! In the story "House of Haunts", Unca Scrooge moved his "scillions of gillions of dollars" to a booby-trapped castle to hide it from the Beagle Boys. However, a knock on the noggin made him forget where he put it all! Produced in ink over graphite on two sheets of conjoined Bristol board with a combined image area of 16" x 23.5". That makes it larger than even traditional "twice-up" scale! The boards are taped together on the backside. Signed by the Duck Master himself in the lower right margin, this page is in Excellent condition.

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