JIM WHITING - ORIGINAL ART SIGNED - HFSID 252755
Sale Price $162.00
Signed original color ink drawing on a First Day Cover, showing a fortune teller predicting a great future for Tom Sawyer (honored on the stamp)
Original Art signed: "Jim Whiting". He has drawn a fortune teller gazing at the postmarked (pictured as a crystal ball), captioning it "I see a great future for young Tom Sawyer." First Day Cover in the American folklore series, honoring Tom Sawyer, postmarked Hannibal, Missouri, October 13, 1972, Four 8-cent stamps affixed, FIRST DAY OF ISSUE. Jim Whiting's cartoons were carried in Colliers, Look and The Saturday Evening Post. Over 14,000 of his cartoons have been published. Whiting wrote an autobiography, Analecta, and now draws illustrations for children's books and corporate clients, including advertisements, manuals and trade publications. Whiting is an amateur magician, and has often featured magicians in his art. 6½x3½ Lightly worn at corners. Fine condition.
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