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European Commission Directorate-General for Information, Communication, Culture and Audiovisual Media (Hrsg.):

Published by Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, (1998)

ISBN 10: 9282840190 ISBN 13: 9789282840191

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From: Antiquariat Frankenthal (Frankenthal, Germany)

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About this Item: Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, 1998. Zustand: neuwertig.- Der Comics ist 18 Jahre alt, aber eher noch aktueller als bei der Publikation Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 138 Farbige Broschur, 31 S. mit vielen farbigen Illustrationen, 29,7 x 21,0 cm. Seller Inventory # 24672

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DC Ward

Published by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (2016)

ISBN 10: 1537731076 ISBN 13: 9781537731070

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From: Irish Booksellers (Portland, ME, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2016. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1537731076

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Judge Magazine

Published by Judge, New York (1922)

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About this Item: Judge, New York, 1922. First Edition 1st Edition. Worn covers. Insides are in great shape. Seller Inventory # 72519

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Racist Black Americana transformation c.1890 Boston Post
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About this Item: 1890. Condition: good. "A Successful Raid -- In Five Scenes"(Racist Americana- African American racism) Issued Boston, c.1890 by the Boston Sunday Post. Printed by American Lithographic Company of NY. Well-preserved and quite rare late-19th century newspaper supplemental transformational cartoon image featuring overtly racist imagery. It's unclear how this transformation scene works, there is another printed sheet behind the one seen. Appears to be complete, but a mystery. Given the inherent fragility, we've chosen not to force the movement or sliding aspect, but offer it as acquired. Minor light toning but overall quite well preserved. Someone clearly set it aside long ago and it survives nearly as issued. Sheet measures c. 10" x 9 1/2". Printed area measures c. 9 1/2" x 9". [R13622]. Seller Inventory # 122774798684

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Pop-Pop #1 Wild violent and racist cartoons-Golden-Age

Published by R B Leffingwell (1945)

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From: DTA Collectibles (Tampa, FL, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: R B Leffingwell, 1945. Condition: Very Good. First issue Funny animal humor comic. Racist cartoons featuring distorted depictions of black men and over the top violence. Condition: VG. Seller Inventory # CK13-253

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CARL BARKS (forward By Art Spiegelman)

Published by Hamilton Comics, USA (1997)

ISBN 10: 1574600230 ISBN 13: 9781574600230

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About this Item: Hamilton Comics, USA, 1997. Soft Cover. Condition: As New. Carl Barks Cartoons. (illustrator). TRUE FIRST Collected Edition Thus.. THE UNEXPURGATED CARL BARKS - Selected Uncensored ADULT GIRLIE GGA (Good Girl Art) and RACIST BLACK African American Cartoons of the 1920's and 1930's from the Calgary Eye Opener Magazine; UNAUTHORIZED Edition; ** CARL BARKS went on to work for Walt Disney, Dell & Gold Key Comics & is considered Most Experts to be one of the Top-10 Greatest Comics Writers and Artitts of All-Time; ** This Volume had a LOW PRINT RUN and is already RARE; Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Comics Graphic Novel Trade PBK. Seller Inventory # 13885-2

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CARL BARKS (forward By Art Spiegelman)

Published by Hamilton Comics, USA (1997)

ISBN 10: 1574600230 ISBN 13: 9781574600230

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About this Item: Hamilton Comics, USA, 1997. Soft Cover. Condition: NEW, Factory Sealed Shrinkwrap. Carl Barks Cartoons. (illustrator). TRUE FIRST Collected Edition Thus.. THE UNEXPURGATED CARL BARKS - Selected Uncensored ADULT GIRLIE GGA (Good Girl Art) and RACIST BLACK African American Cartoons of the 1920's and 1930's from the Calgary Eye Opener Magazine; UNAUTHORIZED Edition; *** CARL BARKS went on to work for Walt Disney, Dell & Gold Key Comics & is considered Most Experts to be one of the Top-10 Greatest Comics Writers and Artitts of All-Time; ** This Volume had a LOW PRINT RUN and is already RARE; Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Comics Graphic Novel Trade PBK. Seller Inventory # 13885-1

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African Emigration England Australia 1851 Cruikshank racist
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About this Item: 1851. Condition: Fair. "Probable Effects of Over Female-Emigration, or Importing the Fair Sex from the Savage Islands in Consequence of Exporting all our own to Australia!!!!!! (Stunningly Racist mid-19th Century British Political Cartoon- Australia) Issued London, 1851. Drawn & Engraved by George Cruikshank. Utterly unlike anything produced today and of modern historical and aesthetic appeal for this very reason. The women all display greatly exaggerated racist stereotypical features, their coy nature mixed with nose and lip rings, feathers, pipe and umbrellas contrast with the surprised proper Englismen who were not expecting such a spectacle. The bemused cigar smoking sailor-merchant man in the middle is ready to bring the parties together (presumably for a price) or at least observe the outcome. The early thematic direct connection to Australia and English emigration there is also worthy of note. Mostly clean & well preserved example, minor spotting top center above figures & edge toning which lends a nice patina and visually testifies to the age and patina. Image has been most expertly laid down onto a larger backing sheet, likely for inclusion within a grangerized or "extra-illustrated" volume for a wealthy early owner. Sheet measures c. 19" x 8 1/2"Printed area measures c. 16" x 6 1/2"Oblong format, three fold lines, assemingly as issued. [R11820]"During the first half of the 1800s, it became apparent that decades of male British settlement in Australia had resulted in an extreme shortage of women, causing significant social unrest in the colony. Concerted efforts to address this imbalance included the offer of assisted passages for British women to settle in Australia, the popularity of which, in turn, resulted in a critical shortage of women in Britain. This well-known satirical print, by the prolific caricaturist George Cruikshank, offers up a solution to the problem and a warning of its potential consequences. In Cruikshanks dockside scene, a group of smiling, excitable women from the Pacific islands have just arrived in England, in response to the desperate call for female immigration. They are met with evident horror by the group of pallid, quivering Englishmen gathered anxiously to greet them. The women are depicted as gross caricatures, their coarse facial features and dark skin colour at odds with their dainty parasols and coy manners. Such crudely racist stereotypes and connotations of savagery became embedded in visual culture and continued well after the abolition of slavery. However, the English gentlemen are also drawn with the caricaturists eye, depicted as feckless fops and dandies, observed with wry amusement by the cigar-chewing merchant in the centre of the picture."- This excellent concise passage appears online at revealinghistories. org. uk. Seller Inventory # 122615273667

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