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    Jeff Jones ERB-dom #14 "John Carter" Page 1 Original Art (Caz Cazedessus Jr., 1965). Here's a page from the very beginning of Jeff Jones' career, the first page of a two-page take-off of the famous Edgar Rice Burroughs character, originally published as "John Garter" (a paste-up changing the "C" to a "G" has since fallen off). The art is in ink over graphite on Bristol board, with an approximate image area of 9.5" x 12.75". There's a small stain over the "Jeff Jones" credit and over the "C" on the title in panel one, and some light tanning/handling wear along the outer edges and some minor creases in the board. Overall Very Good condition.

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    February, 2015
    19th-21st Thursday-Saturday
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