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    Bill Everett - Double-Sided Sketch Page Original Art (c. 1940). A rare early concept sketch page from Bill Everett, stylistically similar to the work Everett did while at Centaur Publications (his first job in comics). The sketches are in graphite, ink, and watercolor on a piece of Bristol board measuring approximately 8.25" x 9.75"; the largest sketch (of a helmeted man and woman in red dress) measures approximately 4" x 5". Very Good condition, with minor soiling. From the Bill Everett Family Collection.

    More information about Bill Everett, also known as Everett, Bill, Bill Everett, William Everett, William Blake Everett, Everett, William, Everett Blake, Willie Bee, Bill Roman.

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    December, 2014
    14th Sunday
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