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Sale 2423 Lot 242
Group of 3 World War II-era political cartoons. Ink and wash on paper. Signed or initialed, lower right. Tipped to mattes.
Estimate $600 - 900
"I thought you said all I needed was new glasses." Publication history unknown. Captioned in ink, lower margin. 17x10 inches. Toning to outer margins * Ballot Box. Published in The New Republic, date unknown. 7 1/2x6 inches. Ink and pen indications on recto. Lightly soiled * "Oh no - he eats anything that thinks." Published in The New Masses, April 29, 1947. 9 1/2x11 1/2 inches. Caption penciled in lower margin but crossed out by Getz; toning along 1 1/2 inch vertical strip down right side.