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Buster Brown R. F. OUTCAULT Original Story Boards Lot 14 Pages 7 Pairs Comics Cartoon Comic Strip

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Buster Brown R. F. OUTCAULT Original Story Boards Lot 14 Pages 7 Pairs Comics Cartoon Comic Strip

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Buster Brown R. F. OUTCAULT Original Story Boards Lot 14 Pages 7 Pairs Comics Cartoon Comic Strip

  • Original Outcault Buster Brown comic strip color story boards.
  • Seven pairs for a total of fourteen (14) story boards.
  • Richard Felton Outcault (1863-1928)
  • MEDIUM: Printed in color on the front sides only of thin newsprint paper.
  • SIGNED IN THE PLATE: These are signed in the plates as OUTCAULT as shown in the detailed photos below.
  • NOT FRAMED: These are NOT framed. They're just waiting to be!
  • They were stapled, certainly in a collection.
  • AGE: Début XXème.
  • Exactly as shown in the detailed photos below.
  • A few boards have tears on edges, perimeters, or lack a corner.
  • Each item in this lot is individually photographed below.
  • SCROLL DOWN TO SEE PHOTOS.
  • These are sold as a lot only. These are not available for individual sale.
  • All the information you need to decide about a purchase is in front of you at the time of purchase.

SUBJECTS:

  • Buster Brown Has Company
  • Buster Brown Throws Water
  • Buster Brown And The Coal Man
  • Buster Brown In Trouble Again
  • Buster Brown's Education
  • Buster Brown Goes To The Dentist
  • A Burglar At Buster Brown's

SIZE:

  • These all measure the same overall size, approximately 41 cm x 25,5 cm // 16 inches x 10 inches.

ABOUT BUSTER BROWN ~ Wikipedia

  • Buster Brown was a comic strip character created in 1902 by Richard F. Outcault.
  • Adopted as the mascot of the Brown Shoe Company in 1904,
  • Buster Brown, his sweetheart Mary Jane, and his dog Tige, an American Pit Bull Terrier,
  • were well-known to the American public in the early 20th century.
  • The character's name was also used to describe a popular style of suit for young boys.
  • The comic strip began in the New York Herald on May 4, 1902.
  • Outcault left for William Randolph Hearst's employ in 1906,
  • and after a court battle, Outcault continued his strip, now nameless, in Hearst papers,
  • while the Herald continued their own version of Buster Brown with other artists.
  • The latter lasted until 1911 or so, and Outcault's version until at least 1921.
  • Reference: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buster_Brown
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CONDITION:

  • By " antique " we mean over 100 years of age.
  • By " vintage " we mean between 50 and 100 years of age.
  • This item is made of matter and it is OLD; this means it is NOT NEW.
  • These are not recent reproductions. They are not recent copies. They are not fakes.
  • Scroll down to see pix.

There are signs of age or usage including but not limited to:

  • They were stapled, certainly in a collection.
  • A few boards have tears on edges, perimeters, or lack a corner.
  • There is overall surface wear.
  • There is overall oxidation of the ink and paper.
  • There is some browning, toning, foxing, and freckling of the paper.
  • There is perimeter wear and some wear around all edges.
  • There are surface scratches.
  • CLEANED: No.
  • RESTORATION: No restoration.
  • MEASUREMENT VERIFIED: Yes.
  • There may also be something that we missed because we aren't specifically trained to see it.
  • We've not examined them microscopically.
  • We've not taken them apart or put them back together.
  • We've not subtracted anything nor added anything that was not already there.
  • We've not cleaned them.
  • The condition is good.
  • There's nothing functionally wrong with them.
  • The condition is exactly as shown in the gallery photos.
  • Look at all the gallery photos carefully and read this description carefully.
  • It is impossible to divine exactly what information a buyer might want.
  • It is the buyer's responsibility to carefully scrutinize a purchase before buying.
  • Please consider your purchase carefully.
  • We are happy to help in any way we can by answering your questions to the best of our ability and furnishing additional specifics upon request.
  • This is not sold on approval.
  • Ask your questions before you buy.

 

BUSTER BROWN. Lot de 14 planches. Anciennes. Le Petit Farceur.

  • Il y a sept paires pour un total de quatorze (14) planches.
  • Texte en anglais.
  • Dimensions: 41 cm x 25,5 cm.
  • Elles étaient agrafées, certainement dans un recueil.
  • Quelques planches avec déchirures sur les bords ou manque à un coin.
  • Nous ne vendons pas ces choses séparément, et le prix affiché est pour l'ensemble du lot.
  • Frais de port en sus.
  • Merci de votre visite.




































 

 

 


 


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