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E Baker, 'Middle-of-the-Road Hog' cover artwork,
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E Baker, 'Middle-of-the-Road Hog' cover artwork,\nsigned, pen and ink on paper, 17 x 13 inches, mounted, framed and glazed, the reverse glazed to show Klepper & Schwartzmann PUCK stamp dated MAY 22 1911.
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The following 18 lots are original artwork from the motoring archive of Puck.

Puck - The weekly magazine was founded by Joseph Keppler, Sr. in St. Louis and began publishing English and German language editions in March, 1871. Five years later the German edition of Puck moved to New York City publishing the first magazine on September 27, 1876 followed by the English edition on March 14, 1877. The English magazine continued for over forty years under several owners and editors until it was bought by the William Randolph Hearst company in 1916. The publication continued for two more years, when the last edition was distributed 5 September 1918. Typical 32-page issues contained full a color political cartoon on the front cover and a color non-political cartoon or comic-strip on the back cover. There was always a double-page color centerfold, usually on a political topic. There were numerous black & white cartoons used to illustrate humorous anecdotes. A page of editorials commented on the issues of the day, and the last few pages were ads. The cover quoted Puck saying, "What fools these mortals be!"


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