Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Leo Cullum: The Father of the Bride of Frankenstein

I am by no means a fan of the practice of slabbing original autographs and even cartoons. I am certainly okay with using protective slabs to preserve coins, for example, and some collectible paper such as currency, stamps, and even comic books (although it's a shame not to be able to read them). So what then do I recommend when a cartoonist such as Leo Cullum embellishes and autographs a one dollar bill? Well, the cartoon should takes precedence over the paper it's drawn on, of course, so therefore I do not favor slabbing; indeed I prefer framing. Paper money collectors enthralled by the uniqueness of the item are free to disagree with me.

Leo Cullum, The Father of the Bride of Frankenstein

Now you know why they're called greenbacks.

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EBay Listing Ended June 27, 2015

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Note:  Your friendly blogger seeks scans and photographs of all manner of original art by Leo Cullum in all media. Check your wallet.

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