Fold-out leaflet “Au Jockey”, Ch. De Wavre, Bruxelles. In very good condition. With perforation holes from staples
Booklet “La Compagnie Anglaise”, Place de Brouckère, Bruxelles. Good condition, book with some small folds, filled with illustrations.
Booklet “A Jeanne d'Arc”, rue Sainte-Catherine, Bruxelles. Good condition, booklet with a light fold. Filled with illustrations.
Booklet Galeries Anspach from 1938. Folded in the middle. With some superficial creases and a few minor tears. The last page is especially important here (cover by Jacobs?)
Booklet. “A Saint Michel, Rue de Fer, Namur. Filled with illustrations, good condition.
Unique rare time documents. Each page has been photographed.
A small tear, fold or missing piece of paper is possible.
From the collection of top collector Chris Mouton (1965-2020), who built a reputation by searching for unknown art of Belgian comic artists in often obscure and forgotten publications. His efforts helped fill in blind spots in the oeuvre of important Belgian comic artists. Comic books, magazines, dolls, figurines, stickers, key chains, original art and even paintings from his collection now find their way to an overview auction offering a sampling of the items Chris searched for and found. Later on, much more will be included in various auctions, which can be followed using the search term #chrismouton.
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- Nombre d’articles
- E.P. Jacobs
- 5 catalogues publicitaires (années 30)
- Bon état
- Toegeschreven aan E.P. Jacobs