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    E. E. Hibbard - Original Art for All-Flash Quarterly #2, page 51 (DC, 1941). A truly outstanding early Golden Age splash, this is the title page for Chapter Four of this fast-moving story. Although lacking an image of the Scarlet Speedster himself, this is nevertheless an action-packed collage of cops and bad guys facing off in tense conflict. Beautifully rendered in pen and ink by the great E. E. Hibbard, with blue wash adding to the eye-appeal. This is one of the earliest title-splash pages we have offered, and is an amazing artifact from the very earliest years of the Golden Age, and a lovely piece of artwork in its own right. The tips have been clipped from all four corners, and there is a small .75" tear in the top left corner, which does not affect the artwork. Light aging and overall wear, this is a beautifully-preserved artifact from the dawn of comics. Measures 15" x 22", with an image area of 12" x 18".

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    February, 2004
    6th-7th Friday-Saturday
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