Esquire Magazine cartoons by Gilbert Bundy, all three Prints for $25, they were issues from November 1936, April and September 1937. A comical set of three. Two relate to police officers stopping a glamorous woman and third is granting a prisoner his last request. Mounted on color matte and shrink wrapped for protection. Cartoons are 7 1/4" by 10 1/2", each will fit perfectly into 11" by 14" frame. NO damage, foxing, creases, or blemishes. Excellent colors. Original, not a reprint or reproduction.
Special pricing available 1 for $12 or 3 for $25 Framed, $25 each Gilbert Bundy was an illustrator, born in Winfield, Kansas and worked for Esquire in the 1930’s. He worked in watercolors and often painted cartoons of the leisure class or sporting men at play. The woman were always glamorous. To purchase with MC or VISA please call Drury House 802-824-4395 EST or use PAYPAL
We were fortunate to acquire hundreds of prints at Auction from a print and frame shop that closed. These are NOT Computer enhanced copies or fakes. Most all are 50 to 100 years old. All the prints were either Framed or mounted and shrink wrapped. All the mounting materials were acid free products. All the wood frames, Glass and prints are damage free. I seriously doubt that you could have a print matted and framed for under $100. Just to have a print Matted, mounted on foam board then shrink wrapped is a minimum of $50.
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