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    Tom Gill The Lone Ranger #73 Story Page 8 Original Art (Dell, 1954). The Lone Ranger is wrongfully suspected of attacking a tenderfoot youngster, when in fact the Ranger and Tonto have rescued the kid. Try telling that to a vigilante posse, though: "Masked men don't rescue people!" A scenic beauty, built around a central panorama with plenty of hard riding and gunplay. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 12.75" x 18.5". Light toning, one scuffed/peeled area at left-center, and one noticeable adhesive stain at lower right. Very Good condition.

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