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    Robert and Charles Crumb - Original Sketches (undated). "What pointless drivel." So writes Charles Crumb in the middle of this crazy mess of doodles and tiny sketches by both Crumb brothers. One side has tiny face drawings, a Victorian house, Depression-era gangsters and molls, crazy old men, an early Fritz the Cat-like character, a Model T, and some interesting quotes by Mark Twain and Ecclesiastes. Both Crumb brothers worked on these sketches and you can see how easily these two young creators worked off each other's talents. This double-sided page is drawn in pencil by the Crumb brothers on a sheet of 6.75" x 8.5" note paper. The page shows some aging, but the art is clean and clear.

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    July, 2003
    20th Sunday
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