Title: Hogarth, Burne Tarzan, Sunday comic strip, NY, Sinister Allies episode, inscribed w/ artist's W. 86th St., NYC address and United Feature Syndicate Daily News Building addresses on reverse, 1937, very early and hard to find
Description: Hogarth, Burne Tarzan, Sunday comic strip, NY, Sinister Allies episode, inscribed w/ artist's W. 86th St., NYC address and United Feature Syndicate Daily News Building addresses on reverse, 1937, very early and hard to find.
NOTE: Lot 99 is another Tarzan strip by Rex Maxon.
The present lot comes from The Charles L. Howard Collection of Early Comic Art & Original Political Illustration, comprised of nearly 800 Pre-WWII original illustrations by over 500 listed illustrators that we will be offering over several sessions. Charles L. Howard, Esq. was a leading railroad industry figure between the Wars, serving as a chief officer for the Santa Fe Railroad and council to the American and Western Railway Assns. Encyclopedic in scope and with extensive New York, Ohio, Illinois and California subjects, much of the Howard Collectionís political art was exhibited at the Art Institute of Chicago in 1939 and many of the original comic strips were shown at various educational institutions prior to 1947. The works have been in storage for decades and come to auction from a descendent of the family.
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Package size: 32x32x2
The state of preservation of these comic strips that are on average over 75 years old is quite exceptional. Very, very few have any creases, tears or losses to the paper and the ink has remained uniformly vivid thanks to the familyís dry flat storage. Given that these were working drawings from which prints were made the expected edge markings, blue highlightings, notations, inscriptions, pasted labels, tack holes, staples, glue residues and scattered artist and prooferís corrections can be found variously on the examples as illustrated in the photographs. These all add to the authenticity and charm of the newsroom and pressroom atmosphere between the Wars, serving to reinforce the iconic status of these rare surviving testimonies to the comic illustratorís art. In a few examples additional notations have been made in the description section of the catalogue text for significant damage, however the condition sensitive collector is encouraged to contact our sale expert for additional lot details in advance of the auction date.
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