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    Eugene "Zim" Zimmerman Sketch Original Art Group of 2 (1897-1928). Two comic sketches by cartoonist Zim, best known as a contributor to Puck and Judge satirical magazines. The first is dated May, (18)97, a pen and ink comical self portrait ("Zim of Judge NY.") drawn on paper with an image area measuring 3.5" x 4". The second is an ink with watercolor sketch of a farmer with a pig, on a card with the printed name of noted autograph collector Ellis D. Robb. The sketch has an image area of 2" x 2", and is inscribed in ink, "Zim Horseheads N.Y. Sept. '28 Very Truly Yours Eugene Zimmerman". Both pieces have slight handling wear, but are otherwise in Excellent condition.

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    April, 2016
    3rd Sunday
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