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    Rafael De Soto (1904-1987) - Attributed - Original Pulp Cover Painting (1933).
    Black Book Detective October, 1933. This painting was part of the Coney Island House of Horrors Collection.
    Oil on canvas, approximately 20 x 20. Not signed.
    A complete issue of the magazine is included.

    keywords: illustrator, illustration, mystery, crime, death, gangsters, action, thriller, The Spider artist, paperback artist


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    Auction Dates
    July, 2003
    15th-20th Tuesday-Sunday
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