An Unique small Carl Barks litho; "Far out Safari"
Selling here is the regular edition in a world wide limited serie of 595 Litho's produced by Another Rainbow. The litho has some scratches because of transport damage when it was shipped earlier. Look at the pictures for more detail.
The litho is signed underneath the print in the right corner by the artist in his full name and in the left corner is the number 135/595
Far out safari: The story behind the painting
Uncle Scrooge McDuck and his nephews Donald Duck with the scintillating trio of little ducks, Huey, Dewey and Louie, are on their way to Africa so the patriarch of the clan can bid on -- and hopefully buy -- the famous Kaffir de Gaffir gold mine. Little does Scrooge know, however, that his arch rival, Flintheart Glomgold, also has eyes to own the mine and is determined to keep Scrooge from getting it! After their private plane is shot down, the ducks must rely on the boys’ copy of the Junior Woodchucks Guide Book instruction section on how to make animal-taming whistles so they can “hitch rides” on passing fauna and fowl: lions, hippopotamuses, crocodiles, cape buffaloes, warthogs, ostriches, elephants, giraffes, zebras, gemsboks, impalas, jackals and, yes, even rhinoceroses, to help convey them to their destination. Far Out Safari was taken from a simple cover design Carl Barks drew for Uncle Scrooge #61, published in January 1966, illustrating the lead story inside, “So Far and No Safari.”
The litho comes with a matching numbered COA.
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- Carl Barks
- Framed Lithograph - Another Rainbow - "Far out safari"
- Year oldest item
- Certificate, Limited & numbered edition, Signed
- Another Rainbow productions
- Carl Barks