Priscilla's Pop: Body Has 206 Bones - Orig Comic Strip Art, Signed By Al Vermeer
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Priscilla's Pop: Body Has 206 Bones - Orig Comic Strip Art, Signed By Al Vermeer:
Vermeer, Al. "PRISCILLA'S POP": The human body has 206 bones! ORIGINAL DAILY COMIC STRIP ART by AL VERMEER, SIGNED by the artist. NEA, Inc., 1975. An original pen & ink drawing consisting of 3 panels drawn on 7 inch high by 18 inch wide art paper. Seated beneath a tree, Priscilla's friend Hollyhock tells her "My book says the human body has 206 bones!". Although it "sounds creepy" to Priscilla, her dog Oliver disagrees "I think it sounds delicious!" The syndicate's credits, printed on a strip of paper, are mounted vertically along the right edge of the last panel. Signed by Al Vermeer along the left edge of the last panel with the date "5-12" penned at bottom right of that panel and at bottom left of the first panel. The art work is mounted with glue into a black mat with foam board backing. Very good.
The American cartoonist Al Vermeer (1911-1980) started his career as a sports writer and subsequently drew sport illustrations for the San Francisco News. He created "Priscilla's Pop" as a Sunday strip for the Newspaper Enterprise Association though a daily strip was soon added. Vermeer drew the strip until retiring in 1976, after which Edmund R. Sullivan took it charges are calculated based on the total packed weight of this item. New York State residents will be assessed and charged the relevant sales tax. Postage on foreign orders will be assessed and billed at full value. You may request Express Mail or Air Mail service at additional charge. All items are guaranteed authentic and as described.
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