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    Alberto Vargas (1896-1983) Original Pin-up Sketch (1950). This rare sketch for the "Ace of Clubs" was created by Alberto Vargas as part of his Vargas Girl playing cards series for 1950. An article published in Figure Photography (Vol. Nine) shows Vargas working on similar drawings for his famous card deck. Rendered in pencil on paper, it measures 5 x 3 and is signed (initialed) lower right.

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