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b. 1880 - d. 1944

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        • George Herriman, "Krazy Kat"
          Jun. 13, 2023

          George Herriman, "Krazy Kat"

          Est: $100 - $200

          George Joseph Herriman (American, 1880-1944), limited edition color lithograph depicting the titular character, moments before a falling brick strikes him, numbered "22/150" l.l., embossed and stamped with "King Features Archives Fine Art" l.r., 14" x 14 1/4" image size, 18 1/4" x 17 1/2" sheet size.

          Old Kinderhook Auction Company
        • George Herriman (American, 1881-1944) Archy and Mehitabel
          Sep. 29, 2022

          George Herriman (American, 1881-1944) Archy and Mehitabel

          Est: $2,000 - $3,000

          George Herriman (American, 1881-1944) Archy and Mehitabel Inscribed with the artist’s name and dated ”1916” bottom left, ink on illustration board. (15 1/2 x 19 1/2 in. (39.4 x 49.5cm)) Provenance Private Collection, Philadelphia. Overall great original condition. The board is slightly toned overall, with lighter margins and some discoloration along the extreme edges. A few spots of a slight brownish discoloration are present to top margin, near edge. There are a few black ink dots outside of the image area, but this appears intrinsic to the work and artist’s process. A few spots and marks from handling, including a small black mark – possibly a thumbprint – below signature. No obvious creases, rips or tears. Verso bears marks from old adhesive.

          Freeman's
        • George Herriman, Krazy Kat
          Mar. 29, 2022

          George Herriman, Krazy Kat

          Est: $100 - $200

          George Joseph Herriman (California/New York 1880 - 1944) limited edition color lithograph depicting the mouse Ignatz dropping a brick onto Officer Pupp, pencil numbered l.l. 'AP 15/25' embossed l.r. "King Features Syndicates Inc." embossed and stamped lower left with '1993 King Features Archives Fine Art.' Image size 16" X 24 3/4", sheet size 19 3/4" X 29 3/4", unframed. Proceeds from this lot to benefit The Albany Print Club.

          Old Kinderhook Auction Company
        • †Attributed to George Herriman (1880-1944, New Orleans/Los Angeles), Drawing of Krazy Kat Comic Strip, ink over graphite on paper, si..
          Mar. 19, 2022

          †Attributed to George Herriman (1880-1944, New Orleans/Los Angeles), Drawing of Krazy Kat Comic Strip, ink over graphite on paper, si..

          Est: $2,000 - $4,000

          Attributed to George Herriman (1880-1944, New Orleans/Los Angeles), Drawing of Krazy Kat Comic Strip, ink over graphite on paper, signed on bottom, presented in a black frame, H.- 13 5/8 in., W.- 19 5/8 in., Framed H.- 14 1/4 in., W.- 20 1/4 in.,

          Crescent City Auction Gallery
        • GEORGE HERRIMAN (1880-1944) Two Embarrassing Moments / Bernie Burns comic strips.
          Dec. 16, 2021

          GEORGE HERRIMAN (1880-1944) Two Embarrassing Moments / Bernie Burns comic strips.

          Est: $1,000 - $1,500

          GEORGE HERRIMAN (1880-1944) Two Embarrassing Moments / Bernie Burns comic strips. Together, two original single-panel strips, published March 22, 1930 and January 27, 1932 (King Features Syndicate). Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Images measure 178x178 mm; 7x7 inches, on slightly larger sheets. Dated along bottom and with King Features Syndicate labels. Herriman drew the Bernie Burns daily strip, also known as Embarrassing Moments (the feature's original title based on its running gag), simultaneously with his famous Krazy Kat comic from 1928-1932. It began in 1922 and was drawn by several cartoonists before his stint.

          Swann Auction Galleries
        • GEORGE HERRIMAN (1880-1944) "A Buggy Full of Clay..." Krazy Kat Sunday Comic Strip
          Dec. 16, 2021

          GEORGE HERRIMAN (1880-1944) "A Buggy Full of Clay..." Krazy Kat Sunday Comic Strip

          Est: $15,000 - $25,000

          GEORGE HERRIMAN (1880-1944) "A Buggy Full of Clay..." Krazy Kat Sunday Comic Strip dated December 25, 1927 (King Features Syndicate, 1927). Pen and ink on Bristol board. 573x523 mm; 22 3/4x22 1/2 inches. Signed "Herriman" in ink, center bottom margin, and with KFS copyright pastedown in lower right, "12-25" in pencil to its right. Light conservation recently performed; see condition report for details. Framed. Provenance: From the collection of artist/illustrator Rick Meyerowitz. Ignatz learns a painful lesson after he tries to abscond with a fresh-from-the-fire brick.

          Swann Auction Galleries
        • George Joseph Herriman (1880-1944), Krazy Kat. Archy’s life of Mehitabel.
          Jun. 05, 2019

          George Joseph Herriman (1880-1944), Krazy Kat. Archy’s life of Mehitabel.

          Est: €3,500 - €5,500

          Original Illustration, pencil and Indian ink on cardboard. Published in 1933. Cm 23,5x15,5 (Artwork cm 21x14,5). Signed with monogram. Slightly marginal yellowings, traces of removed sticker on the back. Otherwise great condition.

          Cambi Casa d'Aste
        • George Joseph Herriman (1880 - 1944) Original.
          Mar. 28, 2019

          George Joseph Herriman (1880 - 1944) Original.

          Est: $6,000 - $9,000

          Ding Bat Family with Krazy Kat Sub Strip. Circa 1912. 10" x 27" Krazy Kat and Ignatz appear in all panels. Ignatz hits Krazy with a Bat.

          Weiss Auctions
        • George Herriman 1880-1944 Krazy Kat Original 1922
          Mar. 22, 2017

          George Herriman 1880-1944 Krazy Kat Original 1922

          Est: $15,000 - $25,000

          George Joseph Herriman (African-American 1880-1944) Krazy Kat Original Art Comic Strip, India Ink on Paper, 1922. (King Features Syndicate), "Hooroor Hooray Hooroo Hooree, 1923". Launch date: Oct. 23,1913-June 25, 1944. Labels on verso: University of Chicago, Smart Gallery, Christie's East, Nov 1 1986 #94. (EAST722401){AC} Measurements: Sight: 21.5 x 19.5 Frame: 27 x 25 Condition: Overall good, light toning, small areas of foxing lower left, minor stain bottom center under signature.

          Litchfield Auctions
        • Att. George Joseph Herriman (American, 1880 - 1944) Ink and Watercolor on Paper
          Jan. 16, 2017

          Att. George Joseph Herriman (American, 1880 - 1944) Ink and Watercolor on Paper

          Est: $1,500 - $2,500

          Depicting a scene referencing the characters from Krazy Kat taking a vacation, with five panels, each separately mounted to paper backing, unsigned.

          Locati LLC
        • Att. George Joseph Herriman (American, 1880 - 1944) Ink and Watercolor on Paper
          Dec. 19, 2016

          Att. George Joseph Herriman (American, 1880 - 1944) Ink and Watercolor on Paper

          Est: $1,500 - $2,500

          Depicting a scene referencing the characters from Krazy Kat taking a vacation, with five panels, each separately mounted to paper backing, unsigned.

          Locati LLC
        • HERRIMAN George, 1880-1944 [US].
          Dec. 03, 2016

          HERRIMAN George, 1880-1944 [US].

          Est: CHF5,000 - CHF5,500

          HERRIMAN George, 1880-1944 [US]. Krazy Kat, 1942, encre de Chine et crayon sur papier (12 x 55 cm). Strip du 11 février 1942.

          Galartis SA
        • ¤ George HERRIMAN 19980-1944 Krazy KAT
          Nov. 18, 2016

          ¤ George HERRIMAN 19980-1944 Krazy KAT

          Est: €20,000 - €25,000

          George HERRIMAN 19980-1944 Krazy KAT Encre de Chine et crayon bleu sur papier pour une planche dominicale de cette série publiée le 1er Octobre 1922. Signé et encadré. Petite déchirure au 1er strip touchant le dessin. George Herriman a considérablement contribué à renouveler le comicstrip et a inspiré une nouvelle génération d''auteurs tels que Charles M. Schulz avec les Peanuts, ou Bill Watterson avec Calvin et Hobbes. Humour obsessionnel et inspiration animalière sont les deux pierres d''angle de son œuvre. h: 55 w: 50 cm

          Artcurial
        • ¤ George HERRIMAN 1880-1944 Krazy Kat
          Nov. 18, 2016

          ¤ George HERRIMAN 1880-1944 Krazy Kat

          Est: €35,000 - €45,000

          George HERRIMAN 1880-1944 Krazy Kat Encre de Chine et aquarelle pour une planche dominicale en couleur de cette série. Signé et dédicacé. Encadré. Cette planche exceptionnelle regroupe tous les personnages chers à l''artiste : le chat Krazy, le bulldog Officer Pup et la souris colérique Ignatz. Le gag récurent de cette série surréaliste apparaît en 3e strip. Il existe seulement une dizaine de planches couleur de cet artiste. h: 57 w: 37 cm

          Artcurial
        • George HERRIMAN American - 1880-1944 Krazy Kat
          Oct. 03, 2016

          George HERRIMAN American - 1880-1944 Krazy Kat

          Est: $300,000 - $400,000

          George HERRIMAN American - 1880-1944 Krazy Kat My Old Kentucky Home India ink on Bristol board. Original drawing for a Sunday comic strip of Krazy Kat published in 1936 by King Features Syndicate. Signed. This page brings together all the artist's favorite characters - Krazy Kat playing the banjo, Pup Officer the bulldog and Ignatz the angry mouse. The decor is simple, reduced to a few trees and the walls of a prison. The "throwing bricks" gag that recurs in this surreal serie gives the finishing touch. 24 x 16 1/2 in. George HERRIMAN 1880-1944 Krazy Kat My Old Kentucky Home Encre de Chine sur papier pour une page dominicale de cette série publiée en 1936 par King Features Syndicate. Signé. h: 61 w: 41,80 cm

          Artcurial
        • George HERRIMAN – Krazy Kat "Encre de Chine pour la planche
          Jun. 12, 2016

          George HERRIMAN – Krazy Kat "Encre de Chine pour la planche

          Est: €15,000 - €16,000

          George HERRIMAN – Krazy Kat "Encre de Chine pour la planche dominicale du 12 décembre 1937 qu’on retrouvera dans la belle intégrale parue récemment. Signée, 37 x 57 cm."

          Millon Belgique
        • George HERRIMAN 1880-1944 I SAW TWO KRAZY KAT
          Apr. 30, 2016

          George HERRIMAN 1880-1944 I SAW TWO KRAZY KAT

          Est: €20,000 - €25,000

          George HERRIMAN 1880-1944 I SAW TWO KRAZY KAT Encre de Chine sur papier pour une histoire de cette série publiée en 1922 dans le New York Evening Journal. Signé. Quand Ignatz voit double, Krazy sert de double cible et n'est sauvé que par l'intervention de Offisa Bull Pupp h: 56,50 w: 50 cm

          Artcurial
        • George Herriman “Krazy Kat” daily.
          Dec. 11, 2015

          George Herriman “Krazy Kat” daily.

          Est: $2,000 - $3,000

          88. George Herriman “Krazy Kat” daily. (1917) Accomplished in pen and ink on 7 x 21 in. artist leaf. Simple, with changing backgrounds and the obligatory brick. A masterwork daily example from the genius of Herriman. Impossible to find a better example. $2,000 - $3,000

          Profiles in History
        • GEORGES HERRIMAN (1880-1944) KRAZY KAT | Georges Herriman (1880-1944)
          Oct. 24, 2015

          GEORGES HERRIMAN (1880-1944) KRAZY KAT | Georges Herriman (1880-1944)

          Est: €22,000 - €25,000

          (Sunday Page - 5 mars 1922) Krazy Kat porte bien son nom et certainement dans cette planche complètement folle. La série de George Herriman a su innover dès sa création en 1913, et se renouveler sans cesse. Ici, en 1922, dans une planche où aucun espace n’est négligé, Ignatz la souris lanceuse de briques (dont est amoureux Krazy Kat) s’en donne à nouveau à coeur joie. Le nonsense, la poésie et les célèbres inventions verbales de l’auteur font de ce petit théâtre un concentré d’inventivité. La première case et son décor très spatial en est un bel exemple.

          Sotheby's
        • 'KRAZY KAT' SUNDAY COMIC STRIP DRAWING BY GEORGE HERRIMAN, CIRCA 1920 |
          Oct. 22, 2015

          'KRAZY KAT' SUNDAY COMIC STRIP DRAWING BY GEORGE HERRIMAN, CIRCA 1920 |

          Est: $10,000 - $15,000

          Ink on paper, signed in the lower margin, framed; together with related correspondences; 16 pieces total In this comic, Ignatz finds a pair of spectacles, but finds out that he instead is seeing double! The drawing seems to reference the 1917-1919 silent movies of Harold Lloyd, more specifically his "Glasses" character.

          Sotheby's
        • Herriman. Krazy Kat Original Hand Colored Daily
          Sep. 30, 2014

          Herriman. Krazy Kat Original Hand Colored Daily

          Est: $15,000 - $20,000

          Four Trimmed Panels laid down neatly and hand bordered by Herriman. This is an important association piece being presented to Cartoonist Lee Falk "Mit Luff". Myrtle the Turtle is Very Fertile. Signed lower right hand corner. Extremely Scarce. 4" x 16 1/2"

          Weiss Auctions
        • GEORGE HERRIMAN Krazy Kat and Ignatz Mouse - The boxing champion
          Mar. 29, 2014

          GEORGE HERRIMAN Krazy Kat and Ignatz Mouse - The boxing champion

          Est: €2,900 - €5,000

          Daily strip published on October 18, 1930. Pencil and ink on thin cardboard. Light yellowings to the margins, art in good condition.

          Little Nemo
        • HERRIMAN, GEORGE. 1880-1944.- Large 10-panel Sunday -Krazy Kat- strip, 560 x 365 mm, ink on artists' board, dated January 28 [1940],
          Feb. 10, 2014

          HERRIMAN, GEORGE. 1880-1944.- Large 10-panel Sunday -Krazy Kat- strip, 560 x 365 mm, ink on artists' board, dated January 28 [1940],

          Est: $5,000 - $7,000

          Large 10-panel Sunday Krazy Kat strip, 560 x 365 mm, ink on artists' board, dated January 28 [1940], signed ("Herriman") in penultimate panel, with King Features Syndicate printed copyright strip to penultimate panel and "U.S. Patent" printed strip to first panel, soiling, verso stained. Provenance: from the collection of Penny Phillips, voice of Krazy Kat in the 1962-64 animated series. Offisa Pupp hears a moaning lament from somewhere in the distance and rushes over to find Krazy Kat singing the blues: " My poo' sad hott is breakin' an' all my corns is wile ... my kittil of soup is werra dry, my kendil has gone out, " etc, reducing Offissa Pup to sobbing pleas to cease. Out of the Coconino landscape appears Ignatz, zipping a brick at Krazy's head just as Offissa rushes off. In the next panel Offissa encounters Mock Duck, and asks " I-I-I said- do you hear what I hear? " The freshly clobbered Krazy's tune has changed, amidst a cloud of dust and rising hearts: " There is a heppy lend fur, fur away. " This comic strip and the previous two lots come from the collection of Penny Phillips, who voiced Krazy Kat and other characters in the 1962-64 King Features animated series. This lot includes a copy of a French collection of Krazy Kat (Futuropolis, 1981) inscribed to Phillips by several notable cartoonists, along with original sketch of their characters, including: Jim Davis with a sketch of Garfield; Chris and Dik Browne with sketches of Hagar the Horrible; Fred Laswell with a sketch of Snuffy Smith; John Prentice with a sketch of Rip Kirby; John Cullen Murphy with a sketch of Prince Valiant; and New Yorker cartoonist Charles Saxon, with a sketch of an everyman.

          Bonhams
        • HERRIMAN, GEORGE. 1880-1944.- Original 4-panel daily -Krazy Kat- strip, 114 x 505 mm, dated October 26, [1933],
          Feb. 10, 2014

          HERRIMAN, GEORGE. 1880-1944.- Original 4-panel daily -Krazy Kat- strip, 114 x 505 mm, dated October 26, [1933],

          Est: $1,500 - $2,500

          Original 4-panel daily Krazy Kat strip, 114 x 505 mm, dated October 26, [1933], signed ("Herriman") in final panel, with King Features Syndicate printed copyright strip in first panel, faint spots and vertical toning to third panel, light marginal soiling, faint mat toning to edges of panels. Provenance: from the collection of Penny Phillips, voice of Krazy Kat in the 1962-64 animated series. Ignatz and Krazy Kat contemplate an acorn on the road; when Ignatz tells Krazy what it is, Krazy isn't sure: " Well, it dun't look like a Korn ... An' it dun't seem to ache." Enter Offissa Pupp in the last panel, displaying a large corn on the top of his foot, to which Krazy responds with recognition: " Ah- now that one looks jenna wine. "

          Bonhams
        • HERRIMAN, GEORGE. 1880-1944.- Original 4-panel daily -Krazy Kat- strip, 114 x 505 mm, June 1 [1932],
          Feb. 10, 2014

          HERRIMAN, GEORGE. 1880-1944.- Original 4-panel daily -Krazy Kat- strip, 114 x 505 mm, June 1 [1932],

          Est: $1,500 - $2,500

          Original 4-panel daily Krazy Kat strip, 114 x 505 mm, June 1 [1932], signed ("Herriman") in final panel, King Features Syndicate printed copyright strip in first panel, a few faint spots, light marginal soiling, faint mat toning to edges of panels. Provenance: from the collection of Penny Phillips, voice of Krazy Kat in the 1962-64 animated series. Ignatz sings a love ditty intended for Krazy Kat, who overhears it in the next room and swells with affection. Meanwhile Offissa Pupp passes through, exchanging bewildered looks with Ignatz. Krazy Kat's hopes are dashed in the last panel, when Ignatz completes the tune: "But I'm singing through my hat." A typically bizarre foray into the strange triangle formed by the three characters.

          Bonhams
        • GEORGE HERRIMAN. Krazy Kat and Ignatz.
          Jan. 23, 2014

          GEORGE HERRIMAN. Krazy Kat and Ignatz.

          Est: $6,000 - $9,000

          GEORGE HERRIMAN. Krazy Kat and Ignatz. Watercolor on paper. 575x520 mm; 22 1/2x20 inches, image. With a signed presentation inscription at bottom: "To Fred Myer / who had the nerve to / ask for it - / from Geo. Harriman / who had the nerve to / give it to him / 1933." In contemporary matte and frame.

          Swann Auction Galleries
        • HERRIMAN George (1880-1944)
          Nov. 16, 2013

          HERRIMAN George (1880-1944)

          Est: €10,000 - €15,000

          HERRIMAN George (1880-1944) KRAZY KAT Encre de Chine pour une planche Sunday en 8 strips, réalisée le 13 octobre 1918 pour le King Features Syndicate. Signée. 58 x 48,5 cm.

          Artcurial
        • HERRIMAN George (1880-1944)
          Nov. 16, 2013

          HERRIMAN George (1880-1944)

          Est: €2,000 - €3,000

          HERRIMAN George (1880-1944) KRAZY KAT Encre de Chine pour un gag en 1 strip réalisé le 2 avril 1938 pour le King Features Syndicate. Signé. 14,5 x 58,2 cm. Les 3 personnages principaux de la série, Krazy Kat, Offissa Pupp et Ignatz Mouse, apparaissent dans ce strip.

          Artcurial
        • HERRIMAN, GEORGE. 1880-1944.
          Jun. 25, 2013

          HERRIMAN, GEORGE. 1880-1944.

          Est: $3,000 - $5,000

          HERRIMAN, GEORGE. 1880-1944.

          Bonhams
        • HERRIMAN George (1880-1944)
          Feb. 23, 2013

          HERRIMAN George (1880-1944)

          Est: €4,000 - €6,000

          HERRIMAN George (1880-1944) KRAZY KAT Encre de Chine pour un gag en 1 strip réalisé DANS LES ANNÉES 30 pour le King Features Syndicate. Signée. 14,5 x 58,2 cm.

          Artcurial
        • George Herriman (1880-1944) Letter with
          Jun. 25, 2011

          George Herriman (1880-1944) Letter with

          Est: -

          George Herriman (1880-1944) Letter with self-portrait, December 1943; Man and woman making cookies with pets at their feet.

          Illustration House
        • George Herriman (1880-1944) Sunday comic strip,
          Jun. 25, 2011

          George Herriman (1880-1944) Sunday comic strip,

          Est: -

          George Herriman (1880-1944) Sunday comic strip, "Krazy Kat", October 29, 1916; Krazy wakes to make breakfast for Ignatz.

          Illustration House
        • HERRIMAN George (1880-1944) Krazy kat Encre de Chine pour un gag en 1 planche réalisé et publié le dimanche 29 juin 1919. Égale...
          Apr. 02, 2011

          HERRIMAN George (1880-1944) Krazy kat Encre de Chine pour un gag en 1 planche réalisé et publié le dimanche 29 juin 1919. Égale...

          Est: €10,000 - €15,000

          HERRIMAN George (1880-1944) Krazy kat Encre de Chine pour un gag en 1 planche réalisé et publié le dimanche 29 juin 1919. Également publié dans l'ouvrage « The Comic Art of George Herriman » par Patrick Mc Donnell. Signé et daté « 19 ». 57,3 x 45,8 cm.

          Artcurial
        • HERRIMAN, GEORGE. 1880-1944.
          Dec. 09, 2010

          HERRIMAN, GEORGE. 1880-1944.

          Est: $5,000 - $7,000

          Original illustration, pen and ink on stiff paper, 25 x 15 1/2 inches, May, 16, 1943, being a 20-panel Krazy Kat Sunday strip, framed, some light finger-soiling, but excellent. Krazy Kat first appeared in 1913 in the William Randolph Hearst newspaper, the New York Evening Journal. The comic strip, which was set in Coconino County, Arizona, Herriman's vacation home, mixed Herriman's native Creole dialect with alliterative and rhyming word play, absurdist humor, social commentary, and a recurring motif of a mouse who throws a brick at a cat. The strip became a favorite of Hearst's, who furnished Herriman with a lifetime contract and insisted that the strip run in all of his papers, regardless of its uneven popular reception. The literary world showed more enthusiasm with cultural critic Gilbert Seldes and poet E.E. Cummings both writing essays exploring the strip. It is now considered among the very best comic strips of all time. The above strip finds Ignatz Mouse on trial for brick throwing. The scales of justice are perverted when Ignatz hires Hoot Zoot Soot, the Mesmeric Marvel, to hypnotize the judge to rule in Ignatz's favor. After Ignatz is free, and is extorted by Hoot Zoot to pay an additional fee, he attempts unsuccessfully to hypnotize the brickmaker Kolin Kelly into giving him a brick. Herriman appends the strip at the bottom horizontal panel showing Ignatz being hypnotized to throw a brick at Krazy. See illustration.

          Bonhams
        • George Herriman (1880-1944) Sunday comic strip,
          Dec. 04, 2010

          George Herriman (1880-1944) Sunday comic strip,

          Est: -

          George Herriman (1880-1944) Sunday comic strip, ÒMajor Ozone's Fresh Air CrusadeÓ, April 3, 1904; Man is punished for his philanthropy.

          Illustration House
        • George Herriman (1880-1944) Sunday comic strip,
          Dec. 04, 2010

          George Herriman (1880-1944) Sunday comic strip,

          Est: -

          George Herriman (1880-1944) Sunday comic strip, ÒKrazy KatÓ, July 21, 1918; Ignatz and Krazy divided by the horizon.

          Illustration House
        • George Herriman Krazy Kat Daily Comic Strip Original Ar
          Nov. 19, 2010

          George Herriman Krazy Kat Daily Comic Strip Original Ar

          Est: -

          George Herriman Krazy Kat Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-11-39 (King Features Syndicate, 1939). This whimsical episode featuring Krazy Kat, Offissa Pupp, and Missis Kwekk Wekk, is detailed with the hallmark Herriman pen strokes of genius and abstract backgrounds. The episode has an image area of 20" x 4.5", and the art is in Excellent condition.

          Heritage Auctions
        • George Herriman Krazy Kat Daily Comic Strip Original Ar
          Nov. 19, 2010

          George Herriman Krazy Kat Daily Comic Strip Original Ar

          Est: -

          George Herriman Krazy Kat Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 4-2 (King Features Syndicate, c. 1938). This daily spotlights appearances by the three star players of the feature, Krazy Kat, Offissa Pupp, and Ignatz Mouse. This brilliant episode has an image area of 20" x 4.5", and the art is in Excellent condition.

          Heritage Auctions
        • HERRIMAN George (1880 - 1944) KRAZY KAT Encre de Chine pour un gag en 1 planche réalisé etpublié en 1919. Publié dans « The Com...
          Nov. 13, 2010

          HERRIMAN George (1880 - 1944) KRAZY KAT Encre de Chine pour un gag en 1 planche réalisé etpublié en 1919. Publié dans « The Com...

          Est: €9,000 - €12,000

          HERRIMAN George (1880 - 1944) KRAZY KAT Encre de Chine pour un gag en 1 planche réalisé etpublié en 1919. Publié dans « The Comic Art of George Herriman » by Patrick Mc Donnell. Signé. 52,6 x 45 cm. Encadrée. Une des planches majeure de cette série.

          Artcurial
        • George Herriman (1880-1944)Sunday comic strip,
          Dec. 08, 2007

          George Herriman (1880-1944)Sunday comic strip,

          Est: -

          George Herriman (1880-1944)Sunday comic strip, "Krazy Kat"; publisher: (King Features Syndicate), June 15, 1941; A fly's adventures disrupt domestic tranquility.

          Illustration House
        • George Herriman (1880-1944)
          Jun. 02, 2007

          George Herriman (1880-1944)

          Est: -

          Sunday comic strip, 'Krazy Kat'; publisher: (King Features Syndicate), 9/27/1942; - Krazy's wooden shoe comes in handy, for Ignatz.

          Illustration House
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