At least I think it's part 11. I've lost track by now posting these every Saturday. It's the next to last one though, or maybe the next to next to last, I know that much.
Friedrich-Karl Waechter for Bärmeier & Nikel
Jean-Jacques Sempé for Editions Denoël
Charles Elmer Martin for New Yorker
Barney Tobey for New Yorker
Another Peanuts comic.
The next two by Henry Syverson for Saturday Evening Post.
Terrence“Larry” Parkes in Punch.
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