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1953 Dick Tracy Original Art by Chet Gould

1953 Dick Tracy Original Art by Chet Gould

From 1931 to 1977, Chester Gould inked one of the most popular strips in America. This particular "Dick Tracy" four-panel daily from 1953 is titled "The Recruit" and features a rendezvous set-up between Dick Tracy and a character named Miss Smithly as the two communicate via 2-way wrist radio. Gould signed and personalized the strip to "Bert Randolph Sugar" at the top in red pen.


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