1. Neville Colvin Modesty Blaise Daily Comic Strip #5130 Original Art (London Times Mirror, 1981). “Garvin’s Travels” was the 47th Modesty Blaise story, running from 3-81 to 7-81 (strips #5128-5229A). From 1980 New Zealand born cartoonist Colvin drew 1902 Modesty Blaise strips.

     
  2. New Zealand cartoonist Brodie Mack paints a model in his studio.

     
  3. Maurice Bramley cover for the World’s News July 16th 1955.

     
  4. Stanley Pitt Science Fiction painting. (source: Heritage Auctions.)

     
  5. Original Painting by New Zealand painter Ted Withers.

     
  6. Ask Jenny written by Leonie Robbins and drawn by Margaret Goddard featured in Australian magazine The New Idea offering beauty and make up tips for women. This installment appeared May 9th, 1962.

     
  7. Les Such (1902 -1963) Mazda Light Globes Advertising Sketches And Outlines, c1950s-1960s. Ink and wash sketches with a sheet of hand-written notes.

     
  8. Namesake of the Australian Comic Awards, Peter Ledger and Carl Barks Uncle Scrooge: His Life and Times Page 273 Original Art (Celestial Arts, 1981). Airbrushed by Peter Ledger under the direction of Carl Barks. A page from Barks’ story, “Island in the Sky,” has been photocopied onto a sheet of acetate, which sits over Ledger’s beautiful color work.

     
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  10. Neville Colvin Modesty Blaise Daily Comic Strip #5052A Original Art (London Times Mirror, 1981). “Lady Killers” was the 46th Modesty Blaise story, running from 10-15-80 to 3-15-81 (strips #5033-5127A).