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Auction or Sell Your Krazy Kat George Herriman Art for up to $60,000

FREE APPRAISAL.  To appraise, auction, buy, consign or sell original Krazy Kat George Herriman art with a valuation to $60,000, please see: http://www.NateDSanders.com, write Nate at Nate@NateDSanders.com or call (310) 440-2982.  1. Interest free cash advances are available, 2. you can name a high reserve and 3. you will usually receive a 0% commission rate on high-end artworks over $20,000 at NateDSanders.com.  No other auction house will give you those terms, especially the high reserve.

Your original Krazy Kat George Herriman art can be worth tens of thousands of dollars.

Here is a Krazy Kat George Herriman art list of items sold (actual sale prices) and we can get these prices for you at our Nate D. Sanders Auction House. Please phone or email Nate@NateDSanders.com to appraise, auction, buy, consign or sell your original George Herriman art:

Krazy Kat George Herriman art being Sunday’s from the 1920’s measuring 18.5″ x 21.5″ — almost $60,000

Krazy Kat George Herriman art being Sunday’s from the 1910’s — almost $35,000

Krazy Kat George Herriman art being Sunday’s from the 1930’s — almost $35,000

Krazy Kat George Herriman Art

Krazy Kat George Herriman art continues to be prized by comic aficionados from around the world.  Here are some Krazy Kat George Herriman art works that we at Nate D. Sanders Auction House sold from the 1940’s.

George Herriman Krazy Kat Comic Art Strip Signed

Krazy Kat George Herriman art hand-drawn 7 November 1943 Sunday Krazy Kat comic strip.  This episode features Officer Bull Pupp’s unsuccessful attempt to shield Krazy Kat from an inevitable brick attack at the hands of Ignatz. Strip measures 16.5” by 25”. Mounted to board but in otherwise remarkably near fine condition with only a hint of toning. From the estate of ”Blondie” creator Chic Young. Rare George Herriman art. Sold for $22,878

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Krazy Kat George Herriman art from 7 November 1943

Krazy Kat George Herriman Art Strip Signed

Original George Herriman art strip signed “Herriman”, dated 31 May 1942. “Krazy Kat” first appeared in 1913 in William Randolph Hearst’s newspaper, the “New York Evening Journal.” The strip instantly became a favorite of Hearst, who furnished Herriman with a lifetime contract and insisted that the strip run in all of his papers. The comic strip, which was set in Coconino County, Arizona, where Herriman had a vacation home, mixed Herriman’s native Creole dialect with alliterative and rhyming word play, absurdist humor, social commentary, and a recurring action of a mouse who throws a brick at a cat. In this 10-panel strip, Krazy Kat quizzes Mr. Kenga Roo and finds himself deceived by appearances, when out of Kenga Roo’s pouch springs his son, and then, from the son’s pouch, his son, and just when Krazy thinks he’s seen enough, out springs the great-granddaughter, Fannie, from the grandson’s pouch. The last panel features Herriman’s quirky characters, Ignatz Mouse and Gooseberry Sprig, watching Krazy, obviously disturbed, hopping off into the expansive Arizona landscape. This strip features an additional horizontal panel that was introduced in 1938: Krazy and Ignatz watch a reclining rattle snake who’s kept awake by his tail. Ignatz explains: “His tail is nervous – it keeps him awake.” Strip, measuring 17″ x 24″, has a few stains in spots, pencil notes along bottom and is framed to an overall size of 19.25″ x 28″. Near fine condition. Excellent Krazy Kat George Herriman art.  Sold for $9,500.

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Very Rare Krazy Kat George Herriman Art Signed

Sunday Krazy Kat George Herriman Art Strip Signed

Original Crazy Kat George Herriman art Sunday Strip signed in pen and ink on stiff paper, dated 16 May 1943. “Krazy Kat” first appeared in 1913 in William Randolph Hearst’s newspaper, the “New York Evening Journal.” The comic strip, which was set in Coconino County, Arizona, where Herriman had a 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, who furnished Herriman with a lifetime contract and insisted that the strip run in all of his papers. In this 20-panel Sunday strip, Ignatz Mouse is on trial for brick throwing. The scales of justice are manipulated as 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 to unsuccessfully hypnotize the brickmaker, Kolin Kelly, into giving him a brick. Herriman appends the strip at the bottom horizontal panel showing a hypnotized Ignatz attempting to throw a brick at Krazy. Strip, measuring 16.5″ x 25″, has minor soiling along edges, the number “64” written in blue pencil at top left and is framed to an overall size of 19.25″ x 27.75″. Very good condition overall. A fine example of Herriman’s work.  Nice George Herriman Krazy Kat comic art. Sold for $9,500

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Incredibly Rare Krazy Kat George Herriman Art from a Sunday Strip

FREE APPRAISAL.  To appraise, auction, buy, consign or sell original Krazy Kat George Herriman art with a valuation to $60,000, please see: http://www.NateDSanders.com, write Nate at Nate@NateDSanders.com or call (310) 440-2982.  1. Interest free cash advances are available, 2. you can name a high reserve and 3. you will usually receive a 0% commission rate on high-end artworks over $20,000 at NateDSanders.com.  No other auction house will give you those terms, especially the high reserve.

Please let us know if you have George Herriman art for sale. Top dollar obtained for your George Herriman art.

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