Willard Mullin

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MULLIN Willard Upset

Heritage /Jun 5, 2008
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Willard Mullin - Let's Go Mets

Willard Mullin - Let's Go Mets

Original 1965
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WILLARD MULLIN. "Let's Go Mets." Charcoal, pen and ink. 578x365 mm; 22 3/4x14 1/4 inches. Depicts disgruntled Flushing denizen after the Mets lost their 1965 home opener to "Those mean old bums from L.A." while below a Mets player throws a tantrum anticipating the long season ahead. Printed in the World Telegram. Signed lower right. Verso contains instructions to "please rush" the piece via Western Union telegraph messenger. 1965. While an improvement over their pitiful 40 win expansion-year season of 1962, Willard's prognostication proved correct as the 1965 edition barely managed a 50 win season, placing them once again dead last in their division.
Willard Mullin - Mixed Emotions

Willard Mullin - Mixed Emotions

Original 1965
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WILLARD MULLIN. "Mixed Emotions" * "Hark! The Feral Angel Swings." Together, 2 drawings for The World Telegram. Charcoal, pen and ink. Each approximately 570x365 mm; 22x14 inches. New York, 1965. Depicts newly-minted New York Yankees Manager Johnny Keane during his unsuccessful inaugural season in New York after coming off a World Series victory with the St. Louis Cardinals (pictured with both hats); and Los Angeles Angels skipper Bill Rigney on the eve of his teams visit to Yankee Stadium.
Willard Mullin - The Derby

Willard Mullin - The Derby

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Lot number: 66
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WILLARD MULLIN. "Bouncing Boys / The Derby" Charcoal, pen and ink. 578x362 mm; 22 3/4x14 1/2 inches. Cartoon about the Kentucky Derby showing 10 jockeys being bucked off the back of "The Derby" horse, printed in the World Telegram. Signed in ink, as part of the grass beneath the horse. Few printing indications in recto margins, verso contains a rough, partial sketch of a man's face and instructions to "please rush" the piece via Western Union telegraph messenger to Sports Editor Sal Gerage. 1965. Willy Shoemaker, jockey #8 in the cartoon, took the 1965 Kentucky Derby on Lucky Debonair. Salvatore Gerage, noted New York Sports Editor of The Post, was working for the World Telegram in 1965.
Willard Mullin - Upset

Willard Mullin - Upset

Original 1951
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Lot number: 66249
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Upset, original newspaper sports cartoonillustration 1951 Ink and watercolor on paper
Willard Mullin - Over Albert's Head Too

Willard Mullin - Over Albert's Head Too

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Lot number: 58296
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