* [COMIC STRIPS].
CAPP, Al (1909-1979). Li'l Abner. Original comic strip art, 16 July 1964, signed and inscribed by Capp to Sam Stone. 1 page, pen and ink on illustrator's board in 3 panels. Li'l Abner, Daisy Mae, and others take a poster for inspection. -- FISHER, Ham (1900-1955). Joe Palooka. Original comic strip art, n.d., signed and inscribed by Fisher to John Rosol above the final panel. 2 pages, oblong 8vo, pen and ink on illustrator's board in 4 panels, small clear mounting corners to blank area. Palooka has a conversation with a nurse about a patient. [On verso:] Autograph note signed ("Ham"), to John Rosol, n.p., n.d. "Thanks for the swell letter. My head's swelled up ten times its size. Some guys seem to soak up all the luck. That seems to be my break." -- GOLDBERG, Ruben Lucius (1883-1970). "Very Nosey." Original comic strip art, 30 April 1948. 1 page, single panel, pencil and ink on illustrator's board. Featuring Stalin peering out of doors on both sides of a corridor labeled "American-British Corridor to Berlin." -- GOULD, Chester (1900-1985). Original comic strip art, 18 February 1980, Signed and inscribed by Gould to Brandon, wishing him happy birthday. 1 page, pen and ink, on a personal envelope with elaborate printed return address. -- Together, 4 manuscripts.
Estimate $ 500-700
Property from the Robert L. McKay Collection, North Tustin, California