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    Robert Crumb - Original Illustration for a Family Christmas Card (1964). Never one to just run out and buy a card, Robert Crumb is famous for making his own for friends and family. This one is from Christmas, 1964, his first in Europe. The card was made for his gal's family, and is signed by her, with Crumb picturing the two of them as birds on the front. The size of the card is 4" x 8.75" and would be a merry addition to any collection. Ho-ho-ho, it's off to bid you go!

    More information about Robert Crumb, also known as Crumb, Robert, Robert Crumb, Crumb, R., R. Crumb.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2003
    20th-23rd Thursday-Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 6
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