The full-color print is hand-signed by Schulz just below the 14.5" x 13" image area on the 20" x 17" print on Italian watercolor paper. The week it hit the stores, Watterson's Weirdos from Another Planet! Lucy at her Psychiatric Help booth and Snoopy as the World War I Flying Ace! These lithographs are extremely rare. Two fan-favorite tropes from the strip in a single image! We have never before seen a signed-but-unnumbered version. Signed Bill Watterson book to be auctioned for Team Cul de Sac From Chris Sparks: Bill Watterson contributes a signed with a doodle in a hardcover of the Complete Calvin and Hobbes to Team Cul de Sac for our Heroescon Drink and Draw auction. The exhibit is Bill Watterson's personal exploration of how the wonder of Calvin and Hobbes came to 2 on the New York Times bestseller list. Description Bill Watterson Calvin and Hobbes Signed Limited Edition Lithograph Print #126/1000 (Watterson, 1992). Unique Calvin And Hobbes Posters designed and sold by artists. Shop affordable wall art to hang in dorms, bedrooms, offices, or anywhere blank walls aren't welcome. A rare litho print! Includes an in-depth, original,and lengthy interview with Bill Watterson. This lithograph is in excellent condition and was professionally matted and framed. As one seller said, "In 1991, Calvin and Hobbes creator Bill Watterson took a nine-month sabbatical from his comic strip. At Nate D. Sanders Auctions we sold the following Bill Watterson signed lithograph for $7,941. Bill Watterson signed color proof of his final ”Calvin & Hobbes” comic strip, published 31 December 1995. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research. Calvin & Hobbes Lithograph: This is a signed and numbered lithograph by Bill Watterson, sent to newspapers by Watterson and Universal Syndicate as a thank you to newspapers that carried the comic strip when the artist went on sabbatical in 1992. How to top such success? 1000 of … Exploring Calvin and Hobbes is the catalogue for an exhibition by the same name at the Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum at Ohio State University that ran in 2014. Bill Watterson Signed Lithograph Sold. At the end of that period, as a token of appreciation to the newspapers that carried the comic, Watterson created a limited-edition lithograph and sent them to the editors." touched down at No.l on Walden's and B. Dalton's bestselling lists and No. This auction includes the signed and numbered lithograph (number 530 out of 1000) the original shipping tube, and the original letter from Universal Press Syndicate welcoming Bill back from sabbatical and thanking newspapers carrying the comic strip for their patronage. This is a signed and numbered lithograph by Bill Watterson, sent to newspapers by Watterson and Universal Syndicate as a thank you to newspapers that carried the comic strip when the artist went on sabbatical in 1992. The print was only distributed to newspapers that continued to run the comic strip when Watterson returned from a nine-month sabbatical in early 1992. Here is the description: Final ”Calvin & Hobbes” 1995 Color Proof Signed by Creator Bill Watterson. A rare litho print -- the last time we had one of these limited edition lithos, it sold for more than $9,000! The rare sketch from Watterson is for Team Cul de Sac's June 15 HeroesCon Drink and Draw Auction, which helps raise money for the Michael J. 20.5x26.5” wood frame has archival mat with 13-1/8x17.5” opening. Wonderful specialty image has Calvin and scared Hobbes in woods flying through … Limited Edition Lithograph Print #490/500 Hand-signed Circa 1993. Bill Watterson has donated a signed copy of The Complete Calvin and Hobbes, including an original sketch, to a charitable Team Cul de Sac auction.. 1,000 were given out to newspapers in 1992 when cartoonist-creator Bill Watterson took a nine month sabbatical. Description Bill Watterson Calvin and Hobbes Signed Lithograph Print (Watterson, 1992). The last time we had one of the limited numbered edition, it sold for more than $9,000!