Sunday, March 21, 2021 at 10:00 am CST
LOT #332

Chicago Tribune Ink on Cardstock Political Cartoons

(2) items including a three-panel strip by John McCutcheon (American, 1870-1949) “Why Can’t These South American Revolutions Serve Some Useful Purpose?”, 1931, signed lower right, The Chicago Tribune label affixed lower right, titled or inscribed lower margin, date stamped to verso, unframed; and Ed Holland (American, 1918-2009) “A Lot of Brass” ink and watercolor single panel comic, 1968, signed lower right, The Chicago Tribune label affixed lower right, personally inscribed and signed lower margin, titled upper margin, framed under glass

Estimate: $200 - $300

Hammer Price: $250

Property From: the Joshua B. Kind Trust. Joshua B. Kind was a Professor of Art History at Northern Illinois University, Northwestern University, and The School of the Art Institute of Chicago

Dimensions: Height: 18 5/8 inches, Width: 14 1/2 inches (McCutcheon sheet)

Condition: Very Good to Good, toning to McCutcheon overall; fingerprints and smudges; card unevenly trimmed; tape to verso; Holland having discoloration; smudges; stains; buckling

Disclaimers: not examined out of the frame

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Sales Tax: Illinois (8.000%), New Jersey (6.250%), Pennsylvania (8.000%), Washington (10.500%)

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