Vintage "Sunday Funnies" book - Forum.
Stormyme
2018-05-14T20:03:32Z
I have been to a few forums looking for help. Sorry if this isn't the right type forum but maybe someone knows what I am looking for? Any help would be worshipped. 😉

OK So here is a book given to my uncle from well-known cartoonists like Tack Knight and Willie Smith. I went through the family photos and found a couple shots of him with the above cartoonists and included them in a photo. The book is in great shape and I randomly chose pages and took pictures. The book is 11" x 15" and 1 inch thick. Is this something a collector would want?



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DevonB
2018-05-15T08:44:56Z
Originally Posted by: Stormyme 

I have been to a few forums looking for help. Sorry if this isn't the right type forum but maybe someone knows what I am looking for? Any help would be worshipped. 😉

OK So here is a book given to my uncle from well-known cartoonists like Tack Knight and Willie Smith. I went through the family photos and found a couple shots of him with the above cartoonists and included them in a photo. The book is in great shape and I randomly chose pages and took pictures. The book is 11" x 15" and 1 inch thick. Is this something a collector would want?



[img=http://s170.photobucket.com/user/TrulyStormy/library/sunday%20funnies[/img]



The "Ralph Wolfe" signature is intriguing. Wolfe was at Warners during the 1930s as a gagman and illustrated a Porky Pig coloring book. Of course, Chuck Jones named the character Ralph Wolf after him.