Original strip by Galep, published in “Tex Gigante” no. 39 on page 36. Pencil and Indian ink on cardboard, 12.5 x 25 cm, attached to “Sulle Tracce di Tex”, first print run of only 20 hardcover copies, housed in a full cloth case, Tex logo made with leather onlays by the master bookbinder Luigi Castiglioni. Each case bears a Tex logo made of leathers of different colours. This one is in mustard, black and dark blue colour. Inside copy no. 16 hardcover of the volume published by Stampalit-Little Nemo, 2006, 32 x 24 cm. Pages: 152 in colour.
The first catalogue dedicated to the original Tex plates, short story “Un Caldo Pomeriggio” by Ticci in the appendix. Galep’s original strip is housed in a special secret drawer under the volume, protected by a specially made full leather case with strings.
In excellent condition.
- Original artwork
- No. of items
- Galep, Ticci - Striscia Originale "La Mesa degli Scheletri" + Vol "Sulle Tracce di Tex""
- Very fine
- First edition
- Loose page
- Limited & numbered edition
- Stampalit-Little Nemo
- Aurelio Galleppini, Giovanni Ticci