Pom (Van Hove, Jozef) - Mint - 1 Original artwork
|Object:||Original artwork (More lots)|
|No. of items:||1|
|Series:||Piet Pienter en Bert Bibber|
|Title:||Originele pagina (strook 207/210) De diamantmijnen van koningin Salami|
|Year oldest item:||1957|
|Artist:||Pom (Van Hove, Jozef)|
Size: 35 x 46.5 cm.
Original page of Piet Pienter en Bert Bibber by Pom from volume 5 - De diamantmijnen van koningin Salami
A beautiful page with all main characters that perfectly shows the atmosphere of the comic: Piet, Bert (disguised as a beautiful queen...) Koningin Salami and the soldiers.
Full page, consisting of four joined strips drawn for the Handelsblad, published in book form later that year as the fifth full comic album of Piet Pienter and Bert Bibber with the familiar alternating red and blue pages.
The item is larger than most comic art: it is drawn in Indian ink on brilliant white photo paper, that Pom received from an uncle at Agfa - paper which allowed inking mistakes to be scratched away without leaving a trace. As such the illustration is in perfect condition, without Tippex, corrections, discolouration or damage.
The adhesive tape on the front can easily be removed with a razorblade, if desired. If the item is framed properly, the tape will be hidden.
The page will be packed with care and sent by registered post.
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