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Letter signed by Hergé (1974)

Letter signed by Hergé (1974)

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Hergé, the comic book legend, comments on his daily work on the new album "Tintin et les picaros".

Letter typed and signed by Hergé to Philippe Rouberol, probably a bookshop owner in Paris. One page, with the Studio Hergé logo. In French. 21cm x 27.1cm. Brussels, December 11, 1974. Good condition, two slight yellow stains that do not harm the text. Single piece.

Yes, 'Tintin and the Tricksters' is well under way; I work on it every day; but I still cannot set a date for the publication of this new story.

The Tintin series have been an immense popular and worldwide success since 1929, the year of their first publication. They have been translated into over 50 languages ​​and over 200 million copies have been sold to successive generations of fascinated children and adults. Antique albums, original drawings and rare letters by Hergé are also highly admired and sought after by collectors around the world, regularly setting records at international auctions.

The document stands out for its logo, typed text and the large signature of Hergé (1907 - 1983). Above all, it is very interesting for showing the closeness that Hergé insisted on maintaining - with a personalized text - with professionals and their readers, impatient before each new publication of Tintin.

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