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    Warren Kremer (attributed) - Little Lotta #2 Cover Original Art (Harvey, 1956). The irrepressible Little Lotta finds herself facing a daunting scenario -- a padlocked refrigerator -- in this illustration created for her second issue ever! Our hefty heroine got her start in 1953 as a back-up feature to her best friend, Little Dot, and gobbled her way into her own series in 1955. The art was produced from several cut pieces glued together on one board, and has an image area of 7" x 10.5"; aside from some overall aging and scattered glue staining, the condition is Good. You're in for a whole "Lotta" fun, if you become the winner bidder on this delectable delineation!

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    January, 2006
    19th-21st Thursday-Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 6
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