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    Dr. Seuss - The Cat in the Hat Sketch Original Art (undated). In the book, The Cat in the Hat, Sally and her brother encounter a silly, subversive Cat in a red-striped hat whose antics get them into and out of trouble. One of the most cherished children's stories of all time, it was written and drawn by Ted Geisel, a.k.a. Dr. Seuss in 1957, the same year he also wrote and drew How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Here is a drawing by Dr. Seuss of his infamous Cat, drawn in red and black marker, and signed by the artist. It measures 3.5" x 4.5" and is in Excellent condition. This art is attractively matted.

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    February, 2005
    9th-10th Wednesday-Thursday
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