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    John Severin - Cracked "Celebrities in Advertising" Original Art, Group of 2 (Globe, undated). Swinging sixties celebrity spokespersons are given a John Severin send-up in pages one and two of "Celebrities in Advertising." Targets of the lampoonery include such Hollywood icons as Jane Fonda, Tiny Tim, Dean Martin and John Wayne. The art was drawn on duo tone paper; the type stats have aged, and some have slipped off the paper; otherwise the art is in Good condition. The image area of each page is approximately 12" x 16.5". When it comes to satire, John Severin is hard to top, after all he was one of the original gang of Mad-men!

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    Auction Dates
    February, 2005
    9th-10th Wednesday-Thursday
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