Glamorous Girls set of three Original cartoon Prints by E. Simms Campbell, African American Artist, from Esquire Magazine 1936-37 issues. Colorful illustrations are 6 3/4" by 10 1/2" offset by complimentary colored matte, shrink wrapped, they will fit 11" by 14" frame. No damage, foxing, creases or blemishes. Original, not a reprint or reproduction. Special pricing: 1 for $12 or 3 for $25. Framed $25 each. Elmer Simms Campbell was an African American cartoonist who signed his work E. Simms Campbell. He was the first African-American cartoonist published in nationally distributed slick magazines, and he was the creator of Esky, the familiar pop-eyed mascot of Esquire. His work was predominate in Esquire from 1933 – 1956.
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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. *Saturday Evening Post covers.
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