Carl Barks - Return To Morgan's Island

Carl Barks - Return To Morgan's Island

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PIRATGULD! Det 6. store litografi fra Another Rainbow, udsendt i 1985. Signeret af Carl Barks, nr. 344/345, regular edition.
Carl Barks: "Return to Morgan's Island", stort litografi fra Another Rainbow, 1985, nr. 344/345 i regular edition udgaven, med COA.

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Carl Barks' Return to Morgan's Island is a continuous-tone lithograph of the Donald Duck family and Henry Morgan's crusty old parrot Yellow Beak, unearth­ing long-buried desert island treasures. It has been produced on Opalesque paper, limited to two editions plus six artist's proofs, 15 publisher's proofs and ten printer's proofs.

The first edition is of 345 signed and numbered copies. The twin edition of 100 lithographs is stamped with a gold seal displaying Carl Barks' characterization of Yellow Beak and the words "Gold Plate Edition.” It also has a three dimen­sionally debossed ¼” gold band surrounding the 16" x 20" image area. The paper size is 21" x 25 ½”.

Opalesque is a registered archival-quality paper constructed of 100% cotton fiber for strength and longevity and is coated with a mother-of-pearl silken finish. It has exceptional ink holdout that gives it color reproduction of quality and consistency. It is acid free to resist aging and has alkaline buffering to counteract the effects of acids normally present in the environment. If this print is framed or stored under conditions that avoid dust, insects, direct sunlight and extremes in heat, cold and humidity, it will resist fading or yellowing for hundreds of years.

This historic limited edition lithograph has had no previous editions and there will be none in the future. There are no unsigned or unnumbered copies. All printing plates have been destroyed to prevent future use.

Return to Morgan's Island is the sixth Carl Barks lithograph in a series pro­duced by Another Rainbow Publishing. It was printed by The Black Box, continuous-tone lithographers, of Chicago.