Lot 1034    

Donaldson Litho, Count the First Monkey Poster,
2008, Toy & Advertising Auction, Jan 26 & 27
27" x 40" (w/o frame), 28.4" x 42.4" (w/frame), with printer's company noted on bottom right The Donaldson Litho Co, Newport, KY. Rendered in yellow, red, green, blue, brown, grey, and black with five vignettes of anthropomorphic monkeys in various activities. Top left with medallion portrait of Harry DeRosa. Prof. Harry DeRosa Presents, Count the First A Living Proof of the Darwin Theory. America's Greatest Monkey Contest.

Light toning and short tears along margins with slight loss at blank margins.
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