Stanley Link (American, 1894 - 1957 ) “The Dailys”, Monday, May 9th, 1949, pen and ink, original comic strip art. Depicting a father and son arguing about fixing a car. The punchline delivered by the father in the final frame "I've taught him all I know and still he knows nothing!" Framed in black wood frame, matted under glass. Measures about 30in x 14in framed and 23in x 7in image only. Condition: Typical pencil smudges and printers notations in margins, otherwise excellent vintage condition.
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