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Sans-Gene (French 1901 Samuel-Sigismond Schwarz) comic books 1920

  • 1920, #29
    Sans-Gene (French 1901 Samuel-Sigismond Schwarz) 1920, #29


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    No. 29. April 10, 1920. The term "sans-gêne" is an appellation used in France to denote unabashed behavior and a disregard for societal constraints. Sans-Gêne in this context is a charming, humorous, and risqué French magazine, published and edited by Samuel-Sigismond Schwarz, that lives up to the name. Each issue features biting wit and humor with numerous mildly bawdy illustrations and cartoons by some of the top French illustrators of the time. This issue features a cover by Maurice Pepin. Centerpiece illustration by Max Tip. 8.75" x 11.75". 12 pages. Black and white. Text in French.

  • 1920, #30
    Sans-Gene (French 1901 Samuel-Sigismond Schwarz) 1920, #30


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    No. 30. April 17, 1920. The term "sans-gêne" is an appellation used in France to denote unabashed behavior and a disregard for societal constraints. Sans-Gêne in this context is a charming, humorous, and risqué French magazine, published and edited by Samuel-Sigismond Schwarz, that lives up to the name. Each issue features biting wit and humor with numerous mildly bawdy illustrations and cartoons by some of the top French illustrators of the time. This issue features a cover by Jack Abeillé and a full page illustration on the back by Henri Armengol. Centerpiece illustration by Jehan Testevuide. 8.75" x 11.75". 12 pages. Black and white. Text in French.

  • 1920, #31
    Sans-Gene (French 1901 Samuel-Sigismond Schwarz) 1920, #31


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    No. 31. April 24, 1920. The term "sans-gêne" is an appellation used in France to denote unabashed behavior and a disregard for societal constraints. Sans-Gêne in this context is a charming, humorous, and risqué French magazine, published and edited by Samuel-Sigismond Schwarz, that lives up to the name. Each issue features biting wit and humor with numerous mildly bawdy illustrations and cartoons by some of the top French illustrators of the time. This issue features a cover by Jehan Testevuide. 8.75" x 11.75". 12 pages. Black and white. Text in French.

  • 1920, #32
    Sans-Gene (French 1901 Samuel-Sigismond Schwarz) 1920, #32


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    No. 32. May 1, 1920. The term "sans-gêne" is an appellation used in France to denote unabashed behavior and a disregard for societal constraints. Sans-Gêne in this context is a charming, humorous, and risqué French magazine, published and edited by Samuel-Sigismond Schwarz, that lives up to the name. Each issue features biting wit and humor with numerous mildly bawdy illustrations and cartoons by some of the top French illustrators of the time. This issue features a cover and full page illustration on back by Maurice Pepin. Centerpiece illustration by Henri Armengol. 8.75" x 11.75". 12 pages. Black and white. Text in French.

  • 1920, #33
    Sans-Gene (French 1901 Samuel-Sigismond Schwarz) 1920, #33


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    No. 33. May 8, 1920. The term "sans-gêne" is an appellation used in France to denote unabashed behavior and a disregard for societal constraints. Sans-Gêne in this context is a charming, humorous, and risqué French magazine, published and edited by Samuel-Sigismond Schwarz, that lives up to the name. Each issue features biting wit and humor with numerous mildly bawdy illustrations and cartoons by some of the top French illustrators of the time. This issue features a cover by Jack Abeillé and a full page illustration on the back by Deshy. Centerpiece illustration by Max Tip. 8.75" x 11.75". 12 pages. Black and white. Text in French.

  • 1920, #34
    Sans-Gene (French 1901 Samuel-Sigismond Schwarz) 1920, #34


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    No. 34. May 15, 1920. The term "sans-gêne" is an appellation used in France to denote unabashed behavior and a disregard for societal constraints. Sans-Gêne in this context is a charming, humorous, and risqué French magazine, published and edited by Samuel-Sigismond Schwarz, that lives up to the name. Each issue features biting wit and humor with numerous mildly bawdy illustrations and cartoons by some of the top French illustrators of the time. This issue features a cover by Jehan Testevuide. Full page illustration on back by Maurice Pepin. Centerpiece illustration by Max Tip. 8.75" x 11.75". 12 pages. Black and white. Text in French.

  • 1920, #35
    Sans-Gene (French 1901 Samuel-Sigismond Schwarz) 1920, #35


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    No. 35. May 22, 1920. The term "sans-gêne" is an appellation used in France to denote unabashed behavior and a disregard for societal constraints. Sans-Gêne in this context is a charming, humorous, and risqué French magazine, published and edited by Samuel-Sigismond Schwarz, that lives up to the name. Each issue features biting wit and humor with numerous mildly bawdy illustrations and cartoons by some of the top French illustrators of the time. This issue features a cover by Henri Armengol and a full page illustration on the back by René Giffey. Centerpiece illustration by Max Tip. 8.75" x 11.75". 12 pages. Black and white. Text in French.

  • 1920, #36
    Sans-Gene (French 1901 Samuel-Sigismond Schwarz) 1920, #36


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    No. 36. May 29, 1920. The term "sans-gêne" is an appellation used in France to denote unabashed behavior and a disregard for societal constraints. Sans-Gêne in this context is a charming, humorous, and risqué French magazine, published and edited by Samuel-Sigismond Schwarz, that lives up to the name. Each issue features biting wit and humor with numerous mildly bawdy illustrations and cartoons by some of the top French illustrators of the time. Full page illustration on back by Maurice Pepin. Centerpiece illustration by Jehan Testevuide. 8.75" x 11.75". 12 pages. Black and white. Text in French.

  • 1920, #37
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    No. 35. May 22, 1920. The term "sans-gêne" is an appellation used in France to denote unabashed behavior and a disregard for societal constraints. Sans-Gêne in this context is a charming, humorous, and risqué French magazine, published and edited by Samuel-Sigismond Schwarz, that lives up to the name. Each issue features biting wit and humor with numerous mildly bawdy illustrations and cartoons by some of the top French illustrators of the time. This issue features a cover by Maurice Pepin and a full page illustration on the back by René Giffey. Centerpiece illustration by Jack Abeillé. 8.75" x 11.75". 12 pages. Black and white. Text in French.

  • 1920, #38
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    No. 38. June 12, 1920. The term "sans-gêne" is an appellation used in France to denote unabashed behavior and a disregard for societal constraints. Sans-Gêne in this context is a charming, humorous, and risqué French magazine, published and edited by Samuel-Sigismond Schwarz, that lives up to the name. Each issue features biting wit and humor with numerous mildly bawdy illustrations and cartoons by some of the top French illustrators of the time. This issue features a cover by René Giffey and a full page illustration on the back by Maurice Pepin. Centerpiece illustration by Henri Armengol. 8.75" x 11.75". 12 pages. Black and white. Text in French.

  • 1920, #39
    Sans-Gene (French 1901 Samuel-Sigismond Schwarz) 1920, #39


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    No. 39. June 19, 1920. The term "sans-gêne" is an appellation used in France to denote unabashed behavior and a disregard for societal constraints. Sans-Gêne in this context is a charming, humorous, and risqué French magazine, published and edited by Samuel-Sigismond Schwarz, that lives up to the name. Each issue features biting wit and humor with numerous mildly bawdy illustrations and cartoons by some of the top French illustrators of the time. This issue features a cover by Maurice Pepin. Centerpiece illustration by Max Tip. 8.75" x 11.75". 12 pages. Black and white. Text in French.

  • 1920, #40
    Sans-Gene (French 1901 Samuel-Sigismond Schwarz) 1920, #40


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    No. 40. June 26, 1920. The term "sans-gêne" is an appellation used in France to denote unabashed behavior and a disregard for societal constraints. Sans-Gêne in this context is a charming, humorous, and risqué French magazine, published and edited by Samuel-Sigismond Schwarz, that lives up to the name. Each issue features biting wit and humor with numerous mildly bawdy illustrations and cartoons by some of the top French illustrators of the time. This issue features a cover by Jehan Testevuide. Full page illustration on back by Max Tip. Centerpiece illustration by Maurice Pepin. 8.75" x 11.75". 12 pages. Black and white. Text in French.

  • 1920, #41
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    No. 41. July 3, 1920. The term "sans-gêne" is an appellation used in France to denote unabashed behavior and a disregard for societal constraints. Sans-Gêne in this context is a charming, humorous, and risqué French magazine, published and edited by Samuel-Sigismond Schwarz, that lives up to the name. Each issue features biting wit and humor with numerous mildly bawdy illustrations and cartoons by some of the top French illustrators of the time. This issue features a cover by Henri Armengol and a full page illustration on the back by Guydo. Centerpiece illustration by Jehan Testevuide. 8.75" x 11.75". 12 pages. Black and white. Text in French.

  • 1920, #44
    Sans-Gene (French 1901 Samuel-Sigismond Schwarz) 1920, #44


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    No. 36. May 29, 1920. The term "sans-gêne" is an appellation used in France to denote unabashed behavior and a disregard for societal constraints. Sans-Gêne in this context is a charming, humorous, and risqué French magazine, published and edited by Samuel-Sigismond Schwarz, that lives up to the name. Each issue features biting wit and humor with numerous mildly bawdy illustrations and cartoons by some of the top French illustrators of the time. Full page illustration on back by Max Tip. Centerpiece illustration by Jehan Testevuide. 8.75" x 11.75". 12 pages. Black and white. Text in French.

  • 1920, #45
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    No. 45. July 31, 1920. The term "sans-gêne" is an appellation used in France to denote unabashed behavior and a disregard for societal constraints. Sans-Gêne in this context is a charming, humorous, and risqué French magazine, published and edited by Samuel-Sigismond Schwarz, that lives up to the name. Each issue features biting wit and humor with numerous mildly bawdy illustrations and cartoons by some of the top French illustrators of the time. This issue features a cover by Henri Armengol and a full page illustration on the back by Maurice Pepin. Centerpiece illustration by Gil Baer. 8.75" x 11.75". 12 pages. Black and white. Text in French.

  • 1920, #46
    Sans-Gene (French 1901 Samuel-Sigismond Schwarz) 1920, #46


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    No. 46. August 7, 1920. The term "sans-gêne" is an appellation used in France to denote unabashed behavior and a disregard for societal constraints. Sans-Gêne in this context is a charming, humorous, and risqué French magazine, published and edited by Samuel-Sigismond Schwarz, that lives up to the name. Each issue features biting wit and humor with numerous mildly bawdy illustrations and cartoons by some of the top French illustrators of the time. This issue features a cover by Maurice Pepin. 8.75" x 11.75". 12 pages. Black and white. Text in French.