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Illustrator, Cartoonist, b. 1857 - d. 1937

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          • FREDERICK BURR OPPER
            Jan. 19, 2024

            FREDERICK BURR OPPER

            Est: $100 - $150

            FREDERICK BURR OPPER (1857-1937) American cartoonist, regarded as one of the pioneers of American newspaper comic strips, best known for his comic strip Happy Hooligan. Fine original pen-and-ink drawing of his most famous creation, executed at the conclusion of a T.L.S. 1p. 8vo., New Rochelle, Mar. 24, 1931, requesting canceled checks by an autograph seeker. Opper regrets he does not have any to give, and offers something much better! Very good condition.

            Alexander Historical Auctions LLC
          • Frederick Burr Opper Orig Magazine Illustration
            Nov. 15, 2023

            Frederick Burr Opper Orig Magazine Illustration

            Est: $150 - $250

            Original Magazine illustration by Frederick Burr Opper, possibly for Puck, Scribners, or another magazine. Pen and ink technique on bristol board. Signed lower right corner. Overall 12-7/8" x 9-1/4". Some light handling wear/smudging to the outer edges.

            Weiss Auctions
          • FREDERICK BURR OPPER
            Jun. 16, 2023

            FREDERICK BURR OPPER

            Est: $300 - $400

            (1857-1937) American cartoonist, regarded as one of the pioneers of American newspaper comic strips, best known for his comic strip Happy Hooligan. An original signed pen and ink drawing, 9.25 x 7 in., depicting a goat eating the hair of a homeless man as he raises a hand to a spectating policeman. Signed ‘F. Opper' at the lower left corner. Presented in a 14.5 x 12 in. black frame. Very good.

            Alexander Historical Auctions LLC
          • OPPER, F[rederick Burr] (1857 – 1937). A Museum of Wonders ...
            Feb. 25, 2023

            OPPER, F[rederick Burr] (1857 – 1937). A Museum of Wonders ...

            Est: $400 - $800

            OPPER, F[rederick Burr] (1857 – 1937). A Museum of Wonders and What the Young Folks Saw There. London & New York: George Routledge & Sons, 1884. First edition. Publisher’s pictorial paper-covered boards (rear rubbed and scuffed). Lithographed plates depict a range of “museum exhibits” of the era, including a Living Skeleton, magician, silhouette cutter, learned pig, a sea serpent exhibit, and other similar curiosities, each accompanied by somewhat droll verses. Small folio. Binding weak, extremities rubbed, a few short tears in gutters and margins, but good condition overall. Opper’s illustrations were featured in many famous nineteenth century periodicals, including Leslie’s Weekly, and Puck, but his greatest fame came as a newspaper cartoonist. His Happy Hooligan cartoon strip ran for some 32 years in the New York Journal, and made the artist world famous.

            Potter & Potter Auctions Inc.
          • FREDERICK BURR OPPER (1857-1937) "At last, one evening, she played for him on a Sohmer Piano, and--" (ADVERTISEMENT)
            Dec. 15, 2022

            FREDERICK BURR OPPER (1857-1937) "At last, one evening, she played for him on a Sohmer Piano, and--" (ADVERTISEMENT)

            Est: $300 - $400

            FREDERICK BURR OPPER (1857-1937) "At last, one evening, she played for him on a Sohmer Piano, and-- Advertisement illustration for Sohmer pianos, 1891, published in Puck magazine and elsewhere. Pen and ink on stiff paper. 533x380 mm; 21x15 inches. Initialed "F.O." in lower right * Likely illustration for Puck magazine showing six vignettes of daily life. Pen and ink on stiff paper. 340x483 mm; 13 1/4x19 inches. Signed "F. Opper" lower right. Opper pursued a long, productive career as a cartoonist and is now best remembered as the creator of Happy Hooligan in the Sunday funnies.

            Swann Auction Galleries
          • Frederick Burr Opper (1857-1937) Ink Cartoon Illustration on Paper
            Dec. 06, 2022

            Frederick Burr Opper (1857-1937) Ink Cartoon Illustration on Paper

            Est: $100 - $1,000

            DESCRIPTION: Frederick Burr Opper ink on paper illustration featuring a political themed cartoon. Signed lower left: "F. Opper" pencil lower right: "5 Inches" mounted in black frame. CIRCA: 20th Cent. ORIGIN: USA DIMENSIONS: (Image) H: 7" x L: 9.25" (Framed) H: 12" x L: 14.5" Have a similar item to sell? Contact: [email protected]. CONDITION: Great Condition. See lot description for details on item condition. More detailed condition requests can be obtained via email ([email protected]) or SMS (305)-332-9274. Any condition statement given, as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Akiba Antiques shall have no responsibility for any error or omission.

            Akiba Galleries
          • OPPER, Frederick Burr (1857-1937). Original Pen and Ink Ill...
            Sep. 24, 2022

            OPPER, Frederick Burr (1857-1937). Original Pen and Ink Ill...

            Est: $100 - $200

            OPPER, Frederick Burr (1857-1937). Original Pen and Ink Illustration, Fairground / Carnival Game. N.p, n.d (ca. 1890s). Pen and ink illustration by the creator of Happy Hooligan, depicting a fairground ring toss operator snaring a cynical couple to participate in the game. 9 ¾ x 12 ¼”. Signed lower left. With graphite publishing run-date notations on verso.

            Potter & Potter Auctions Inc.
          • OPPER, Frederick Burr (1857-1937). Original Pen and Ink Ill...
            Sep. 24, 2022

            OPPER, Frederick Burr (1857-1937). Original Pen and Ink Ill...

            Est: $150 - $250

            OPPER, Frederick Burr (1857-1937). Original Pen and Ink Illustration, Living Skeleton / Strong Woman Sideshow Cartoon. N.p., n.d. (ca. 1890s). Pen and ink illustration by the creator of Happy Hooligan, depicting a scene from dime museum with a woman speaking with Henry Bones, Living Skeleton; and nearby Mlle. Muscleini, Strong Woman. 13 x 13 ¼”. Signed lower left. Foxing, short tears and creases and edges.

            Potter & Potter Auctions Inc.
          • F. Opper, "The Age of Advertising" Lithograph
            Aug. 09, 2022

            F. Opper, "The Age of Advertising" Lithograph

            Est: $100 - $200

            Frederick Burr Opper (American, 1857-1937), full color lithograph of illustration from "Puck" magazine, depicting enormous advertisements, from babies' soap to German beer, hanging from trees like framed photographs on nails along the Hudson River Valley to be seen by travelers along the river, inscribed "The Age of Advertising./ The Next Thing - The Hudson River Palisades Art Gallery.", 9 3/4" x 13" sight, 10 3/4" x 14" framed.

            Old Kinderhook Auction Company
          • Original Hand Colored "Happy Hooligan" Sunday Comic Strip
            Jun. 01, 2022

            Original Hand Colored "Happy Hooligan" Sunday Comic Strip

            Est: $750 - $1,500

            Original Hand Colored "Happy Hooligan" Sunday Comic Strip by Frederick Burr Opper (1857-1937). "Happy Hooligan" was a good-hearted hobo whose best intentions always ended up going awry. The comic strip was a staple of the King Features Syndicate from 1900 to 1932, when Opper stopped drawing the comic due to his failing eyesight. The panels have been nicely hand-painted with watercolors as this was a common practice in the early days of comics. The coloring may have been done by Opper himself as a guide to the engravers as the color scheme to use. Piece is signed by Opper in the last panel. Frame measures 30" wide x 22.5" tall. Please read the terms and conditions. This sale will be broadcast live on sale day with full descriptions of each lot being sold. All items MUST be paid for within 24 HOURS of the sale. Anyone who has not paid within 24 hours will have a dispute opened against them and will not be able to bid at future sales. All items in this sale are local pick up only, or shipping via UPS Store in New Brunswick, NJ .. If you need your items shipped, we will send your items to the UPS Store in New Brunswick, NJ . They will pack it and ship it to you and you will pay them separately and directly. Please call them to get a quote before bidding. Their phone number is 732-354-4284. If you are picking your items up you must contact us NO LATER than 24 hours after the sale to schedule an appointment to pick up. Pick up dates are Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Monday ONLY, and are BY APPOINTMENT ONLY!! After Monday, if you have not picked up your items, they will be disposed of.

            Bodnar's Auction Sales
          • 19th/ 20th c. American "Puck" illustrations
            Mar. 19, 2022

            19th/ 20th c. American "Puck" illustrations

            Est: $2,000 - $3,000

            19th/ 20th c. American "Puck'' illustrations 6 by Louis Dalrymple (1865-1905); 4 by Frederick Burr Opper (1857 - 1937) and 1 unknown 11 pen and ink on paper, many stamped 'Property of Puck' verso, many tears and stains, rough edges. 22 x 18 1/2'' (largest sheet)

            Rachel Davis Fine Arts
          • Frederick Opper "Onto the Horse Pond!" Lithograph
            Dec. 09, 2021

            Frederick Opper "Onto the Horse Pond!" Lithograph

            Est: $100 - $200

            Frederick Burr Opper (American, 1857 - 1937), "Onto the Horse Pond! A Decoration Day Procession that the People would hail with Delight," lithograph, signed in plate, published by Puck. Image: 9.5" H x 12.5" W; frame: 16" H x 18.5" W

            Auctions at Showplace
          • FREDERICK OPPER, (American, 1857-1937), Woodbury's Studio, 1914, ink on paper, 7 3/4 x 5 1/2 in., frame: 9 x 7 in.
            Dec. 05, 2021

            FREDERICK OPPER, (American, 1857-1937), Woodbury's Studio, 1914, ink on paper, 7 3/4 x 5 1/2 in., frame: 9 x 7 in.

            Est: $500 - $1,000

            FREDERICK OPPER (American, 1857-1937) Woodbury's Studio 1914, ink on paper a letter and cartoon from Frederick Opper to Charles H. Woodbury; together with a postcard by Opper If mother could only see me now!

            Grogan & Company
          • Framed Benjamin Harrison Political Cartoon
            Sep. 26, 2021

            Framed Benjamin Harrison Political Cartoon

            Est: $100 - $200

            from "Puck". Frederick Burr Opper (American, 1857-1937). "Like Master, Like Man Family Groups from the Harrison Office Giving Trust". Framed, not examined out of frame. Frame size: 13" high, 16" wide. Soiling,staining, edge tears to top.

            Schwenke Auctioneers
          • Framed Benjamin Harrison Political Cartoon
            Jul. 10, 2021

            Framed Benjamin Harrison Political Cartoon

            Est: $100 - $200

            Framed Benjamin Harrison Political Cartoon from "Puck". Frederick Burr Opper (American, 1857-1937). "Like Master, Like Man Family Groups from the Harrison Office Giving Trust". Framed, not examined out of frame. Frame size: 13" high, 16" long. Soiling, staining, edge tears to top.

            Schwenke Auctioneers
          • Frederick Opper (1857-1937)
            Apr. 25, 2020

            Frederick Opper (1857-1937)

            Est: $200 - $400

            Artist: Frederick Opper (1857-1937). Title/Subject: "The Waiter's Revenge" Signature: Lower right. Medium: Ink Drawing. Size image: 9 1/2" x 13". Size frame: 17 1/4" x  20 1/2". Condition: Good.

            Turner Auctions + Appraisals
          • Frederik Burr Opper (1857 – 1937) , And her name was Maud!
            Dec. 05, 2018

            Frederik Burr Opper (1857 – 1937) , And her name was Maud!

            Est: €450 - €900

            Pencil, blue pencil and ink on thin cardboard. Signed on the last bubble,1930, cm 58x19. Overall good condition.

            Cambi Casa d'Aste
          • OPPER, FREDERICK BURR. 1857-1937. Group of 4 original pen and ink comic illustrations:
            Mar. 08, 2017

            OPPER, FREDERICK BURR. 1857-1937. Group of 4 original pen and ink comic illustrations:

            Est: $1,000 - $2,000

            OPPER, FREDERICK BURR. 1857-1937. Group of 4 original pen and ink comic illustrations: 1. 538 x 395 mm, New York, [c.1900], signed ("F. Opper"), being a six-panel cartoon regarding the state of newspapers and politics, Puck Magazine stamp to verso, very good. 2. 288 x 245 mm, New York, June 20, 1884, signed ("F. Opper"), being a single-panel political cartoon regarding political banners, Puck Magazine slip tipped to verso, very good. 3. 250 x 267 mm, New York, June 11th, 1884, signed ("F. Opper"), being a single-panel political cartoon regarding political news, Puck Magazine slip tipped to verso, very good. 4. 297 x 261 mm, [New York], July 17, [c.1890s], signed ("F. Opper"), being a single-panel cartoon featuring a woman inquiring about a malnourished puppy for sale, very good. Provenance: From the collection of M.B. Goldstone. Frederick Opper is considered one of the pioneers of newspaper comics, most known for his strip Happy Hooligans.

            Bonhams
          • Two Puck Magazine Political Cartoon Chromoliths
            Mar. 21, 2015

            Two Puck Magazine Political Cartoon Chromoliths

            Est: $200 - $400

            Two Puck Magazine (American, 18761-1918) political cartoon chromolithographs comprising of one by Frederick Burr Opper (American, 1857-1937) in 1888 with caption that reads "I can not support you, Mr. Harrison, but I shall deem it my duty to vote for Mr. Cleveland. Ta, ta!--Carl Schurz" depicting a poltical satire of Schurz as a fly holding "Letter to the Evening Post Endorsing Cleveland" in hand caught in the "Republican Web" visualized as spider web with a crouching man in "Grandfather's Hat"; and another by Opper titled "A Washington's-Birthday Cartoon for the Bloody-Shift Statesmen: Other War Memories (in background).--Why not take us along, too? The more the merrier!", lower left corner with "J. Ottmann, Lith. PUCK BUILDING, N.Y." depicting Sherman and Reid walking arm in arm with American skeletal soldier with others trailing behind. Each in matching black frames. Washington's Birthday Cartoon framed approximately 18.25" x 21.5", sight size approximately 9.4" x 12.8". Carl Schurz political cartoon framed approximately 22" x 19", sight size approximately 13" x 9.75".

            Ahlers & Ogletree Inc.
          • Frederick Burr Opper - And Her Name Was Maud
            Jun. 06, 2014

            Frederick Burr Opper - And Her Name Was Maud

            Est: €275 - €500

            1927 strip (stamped on top white margin, faded ink) Pencil, blue crayon and ink on thin cardboard. Cm 57x20. Signed on bottom right corner

            Little Nemo
          • Frederick Burr Opper, American (1857-1937)
            May. 08, 2014

            Frederick Burr Opper, American (1857-1937)

            Est: $300 - $500

            Frederick Burr Opper, American (1857-1937) is regarded as one of the pioneers of American newspaper comic strips, best known for his comic strip Happy Hooligan. Ink and pencil on paper. Signed: F. Opper Glass is damaged.

            Sterling Associates, Inc.
          • FREDERICK BURR OPPER And Her Name Was Maud!
            Mar. 29, 2014

            FREDERICK BURR OPPER And Her Name Was Maud!

            Est: €275 - €500

            Top part of Sunday page, 1930. Pencil, ink and blue pencil on thin cardboard. Signed. Excellent condition.

            Little Nemo
          • Frederick Burr Opper ( No Electricity)
            Nov. 14, 2013

            Frederick Burr Opper ( No Electricity)

            Est: $200 - $300

            Cartoon 6 panel. Old man in hotel situations, does not like the new electricity. Original art Signed LR. Late 19th century, praobally for Puck magazine. 11 1/2" x 15 1/2".regarded as one of the pioneers of American newspaper comic strips, best known for his comic strip Happy Hooligan. His comic characters were featured in magazine gag cartoons, covers, political cartoons and comic strips for six decades. In 1899, Opper accepted an offer by William Randolph Hearst for a position with the New York Journal. His Happy Hooligan strip first appeared in the New York Journal in 1900, and it ran until 1932. Hooligan was a tramp with a little tin can hat whose gentle simplicity and bumbling good nature made him a success. On Happy's 30th birthday, Opper threw a party attended by President Hoover, former President Coolidge, Charles Schwab, Alfred E. Smith and others. Opper also illustrated books for Edgar Wilson Nye, Mark Twain and Finley Peter Dunne, and published his own books, including Puck's Opper Book (1888), The Folks in Funnyville (1900) and Happy Hooligan Home Again (1907).

            One of a Kind Collectibles Auctions, LLC
          • FREDERICK BURR OPPER. "Did You Ever Know It To Fail?"
            Jan. 24, 2013

            FREDERICK BURR OPPER. "Did You Ever Know It To Fail?"

            Est: $350 - $500

            FREDERICK BURR OPPER. "Did You Ever Know It To Fail?" 2-tiered pen and ink and pencil cartoon. 330x400 mm; 13x15 3/4 inches. Inscribed to Hayden Carruth and dated October 6, 1915. Small area of dampstaining along extreme lower left and upper right edges not affecting image. Not examined out of frame.

            Swann Auction Galleries
          • Group of Original Cartoon Art (19th-20th Century)
            Jun. 23, 2012

            Group of Original Cartoon Art (19th-20th Century)

            Est: $400 - $600

            Group of 52 original cartoon works by Colin Allen, Leon Barritt, Frank Beaven, Bergstrom, Frank Calvert, Gregory D'Alessio, J. Easley, Samuel Ehrhart, L.M. Glackens, Syd B. Griffin, Ralph Hershberger, Warren King, Ralph Lane, Lichten, Jack Markov, Henry H.Y. Mayer, Frederick Burr Opper, David Pascal, James Preston, John Ruge, George Shellhase, A. B. Shults, Jim Taylor, Thure de Thulstrup, and J.R. Williams, for The New York Daily News, Life magazine, Judge magazine, and other publications. All pen, ink, and wash, 19th-20th Century. All signed. Largest at 23 x 15 inches, smallest at 6 3/4 x 4 1/2 inches. All unframed. Ex-collection: Robert C. Graham, Sr., by descent.

            Capo Auction
          • Frederick Burr Opper (American, 1857-1937)
            Jun. 23, 2012

            Frederick Burr Opper (American, 1857-1937)

            Est: $400 - $500

            Political Single-Panel Cartoon. Ink and pencil on paper. Signed in ink (l.r.). Sight size 19 1/2 x 18 inches. Framed. Ex-collection: Robert C. Graham, Sr., by descent.

            Capo Auction
          • Frederick Opper Happy Hooligan Partial Sunday Hand Colo
            Nov. 19, 2010

            Frederick Opper Happy Hooligan Partial Sunday Hand Colo

            Est: -

            Frederick Opper Happy Hooligan Partial Sunday Hand Colored Comic Strip Original Art (King Features Syndicate, undated). Happy helps the kids get their share of Uncle Leopold's fortune -- a quarter apiece! This beautifully hand-colored bottom half of an undated Sunday appears to be from the early 1920s, based on the fancy touring car in one panel. The art has an image area of approximately 20.5" x 13", and is in Very Good condition

            Heritage Auctions
          • Frederick Opper Hand Colored Happy Hooligan Sunday Comi
            Nov. 19, 2010

            Frederick Opper Hand Colored Happy Hooligan Sunday Comi

            Est: -

            Frederick Opper Hand Colored Happy Hooligan Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 7-11-09 (King Features Syndicate, 1909). Happy Hooligan was an early pioneering strip in a new art form. It was wildly popular, running from 1900-1932. Happy was a classic Irish-born American tramp. This Sunday page is loaded with Happy, who appears in all 12 panels, along with his special dinner date, Clarice, the famous trained monkey. This partially hand colored Sunday, titled "Happy Hooligan's Greatest Hit," was done to indicate colors of the various elements to the printer, and the episode has an image area of 20.5" x 26". Aside from paper tanning, soiling, and heavy edge and corner wear, the art is in Very Good condition.

            Heritage Auctions
          • AUTOGRAPHS: OPPER FREDERICK BURR: (1857-1937)
            Sep. 25, 2010

            AUTOGRAPHS: OPPER FREDERICK BURR: (1857-1937)

            Est: £150 - £200

            AUTOGRAPHS: OPPER FREDERICK BURR: (1857-1937) American Cartoonist, one of the pioneers of American newspaper cartoon strips, creator of Happy Hooligan. An original black pen and ink sketch drawn and signed by Opper on a small oblong 8vo piece. The artist has penned a pair of head and shoulders sketches of the hobo Happy and another character, adding his signature ('F. Opper') and date, 25th March 1922, in his hand at the base. Neatly annotated in ink in another hand at the head and laid down. Together with an A.L.S., F. B. Opper, one page, 8vo, New Rochelle, New York, 9th November 1922, to N. H. Batchelder. Opper thanks his correspondent for his kind letter and asks him to send a blank application form 'so that I may place the name of my grandson on your list of future pupils.' and asks to be informed of the fee. Opper continues to give further details of his grandson, including his age and current education. G to VG, 2

            International Autograph Auctions
          • A SEQUENTIAL SERIES OF FOUR 19TH CENTURY INK CARTOONS BY F. OPPER
            Jun. 17, 2009

            A SEQUENTIAL SERIES OF FOUR 19TH CENTURY INK CARTOONS BY F. OPPER

            Est: $200 - $400

            Depicting a thief besting an Irish policeman. Frederick Burr Opper (1857-1937) is considered one of the pioneers of U.S. newspaper comic strips, and in his time was considered a leader in the creation of comic characters appealing to popular culture. His

            Nye & Company
          • Frederick Burr Opper Ohio (1857-1937)
            Jun. 15, 2008

            Frederick Burr Opper Ohio (1857-1937)

            Est: $100 - $200

            Frederick Burr Opper Ohio (1857-1937) THE HURRY UP LINE pen and ink, framed, signed: lower right, F. Opper sight size: H8 1/2" W10 3/4"

            Charlton Hall
          • FREDERICK BURR OPPER (American 1857 - 1937)
            Nov. 09, 2006

            FREDERICK BURR OPPER (American 1857 - 1937)

            Est: $250 - $500

            FREDERICK BURR OPPER (American 1857 - 1937) Puck cartoon, 1896 Ink on paper 13 x 12-1/2in. Signed lower right PROVENANCE: Morris Weiss collection

            Heritage Auctions
          • EARL NOREM (American 20th Century)
            Nov. 09, 2006

            EARL NOREM (American 20th Century)

            Est: $500 - $1,000

            EARL NOREM (American 20th Century) The Gold Blonde: Key to Freedom - Or Hell, 1961 Acrylic on board 30 x 22in. Signed lower left True Men Stories, May, 1961, original cover illustration

            Heritage Auctions
          • FOUR PEN & INK DRAWINGS FOR PUCK MAGAZINE SIGNED F. OPPER (FREDERICK OPPER 1857-1937)
            Jan. 12, 2006

            FOUR PEN & INK DRAWINGS FOR PUCK MAGAZINE SIGNED F. OPPER (FREDERICK OPPER 1857-1937)

            Est: $300 - $500

            FOUR PEN & INK DRAWINGS FOR PUCK MAGAZINE SIGNED F. OPPER (FREDERICK OPPER 1857-1937) Comprising: Customers in a florist shop, on reverse "Puck" Oct. 24th, 1883, 8-1/8" x 10-1/4", loss to top left corner, Woman talking to husband with maid in background, 8-1/4" x 11-1/2", A man and woman in a horse-drawn sleigh with a child in the snaow carrying a basket, dated on reverse 1/21/91, 10-1/2" x 7-5/8", and Two men in front of a "Ticket Office" to the "Jersey Ferry", on reverse "Puck", dated Aug. 29, 1894, with a lengthly pencil written caption, 13-7/8" x 14-5/8"

            Nye & Company
          • SIX PEN & INK DRAWINGS FOR PUCK MAGAZINE SIGNED F. OPPER (FREDERICK OPPER 1857-1937)
            Jan. 12, 2006

            SIX PEN & INK DRAWINGS FOR PUCK MAGAZINE SIGNED F. OPPER (FREDERICK OPPER 1857-1937)

            Est: $400 - $600

            SIX PEN & INK DRAWINGS FOR PUCK MAGAZINE SIGNED F. OPPER (FREDERICK OPPER 1857-1937) Comprising: An entire family with telephone receivers to their ears, 7" x 12-1/8", loss to bottom right corner, Two drawings of Three women in the foreground, one with "Check" in hand, with irate pipe smoking man, with newspaper, in chair, on reverse 11/10, each 7-1/8" x 10-1/8", Two drawings of A woman entering a railroad car, passing by four men with various large belongings, on reverse "Puck", May 21, 1887, 8-5/8" x 11-1/4", crease lower right corner, and A man in a lake holding on to his overturned boat, 9-1/*" x 9-1/2"

            Nye & Company
          • FIVE PEN & INK DRAWINGS FOR PUCK MAGAZINE SIGNED F. OPPER (FREDERICK OPPER 1857-1937)
            Jan. 12, 2006

            FIVE PEN & INK DRAWINGS FOR PUCK MAGAZINE SIGNED F. OPPER (FREDERICK OPPER 1857-1937)

            Est: $400 - $600

            FIVE PEN & INK DRAWINGS FOR PUCK MAGAZINE SIGNED F. OPPER (FREDERICK OPPER 1857-1937) Comprising: A portrait painter with a man looking at the portrait, on reverse "Puck", dated feb. 11, 1886 "Rush", 9-1/8" x 9-1/2", with blind stamp "Reynolds Bristolboard", Many characters acting out a scene from a play, dated Nov. 11, 8-3/4" x 11-1/8", A father with strap in hand and a crying child, dated 12/9/92, 8-1/2" x 8-7/8", A child reading books, signed F.O., on reverse "Rush" dated Oct. 13, 6-5/8" x 10-3/8", and A man with a suitcase and walking stick under sign "To Humor", on reverse "Puck" oct. 29th, 1884, 6-3/8" x 5-1/8"

            Nye & Company
          • FOUR PEN & INK DRAWINGS FOR PUCK MAGAZINE SIGNED F. OPPER (FREDERICK OPPER 1857-1937)
            Jan. 12, 2006

            FOUR PEN & INK DRAWINGS FOR PUCK MAGAZINE SIGNED F. OPPER (FREDERICK OPPER 1857-1937)

            Est: $300 - $500

            FOUR PEN & INK DRAWINGS FOR PUCK MAGAZINE SIGNED F. OPPER (FREDERICK OPPER 1857-1937) Comprising: Five gardeners working on the front lawn with the home-owner watching from the porch, dated Feb, 8-1/2" x 12-1/8", An illustrated poem "God Bless Our Flat" by H.C. Dodge, 10-7/8" x 8-1/8", A woman standing behind a grumpy man, with her hand on his head, dated 9/7/92, 12-1/2" x 10-1/2", and A man completely bandaged with his three children and wife around him, and a gentlemen arriving through the doorway, dated 4/15/91, 12" x 12-3/8"

            Nye & Company
          • FOUR PEN & INK DRAWING FOR PUCK MAGAZINES SIGNED F. OPPER (FREDERICK OPPER 1857-1937)
            Jan. 12, 2006

            FOUR PEN & INK DRAWING FOR PUCK MAGAZINES SIGNED F. OPPER (FREDERICK OPPER 1857-1937)

            Est: $300 - $500

            FOUR PEN & INK DRAWING FOR PUCK MAGAZINES SIGNED F. OPPER (FREDERICK OPPER 1857-1937) Comprising: A man and woman, she smiling, in a horse-drawn carriage with a suitcase in the back, dated 10/18/90, 10-1/8" x 14-5/8", An interior of a retail store selling gloves, with women customers, and an elderly man and small boy with a pair of gloves "Our gloves Greatly reduced", 10-1/4" x 11-1/2", A man and woman on a beach, he in swim-attire, she dressed and carrying a parasol, dated 8/22/92, 12" x 11-1/4", some ink spots, and A group of people in a railroad waiting room with a man in the center gestering wildly and a small boy with a sword in a corner with a freightened look on his face, dated Oct. 23, 11-1/2" x 10-7/8", blind stamp Bristolboard

            Nye & Company
          • FREDERICK BURR OPPER (1857-1937)
            Oct. 29, 2004

            FREDERICK BURR OPPER (1857-1937)

            Est: -

            FREDERICK BURR OPPER (1857-1937) Original Magazine Story Illustration Puck cartoon, c.1896 Ink on paper 13in. x 12.5in. (sight size) Signed lower right: F. Opper Provenance: Morris Weiss collection

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