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Asking here how this "HARVEY" sketch from James Stewart looks. It's on a vintage artist board approx.  "11 x 16".  Found amongst some other signed entertainment pieces from the 70's.

To my eye, it seems to have a natural (if somewhat infirm) flow like an older person would write with. It's not a  "cookie cutter" type piece like so many that have been on the market.

Thanks for any opinions you may care to offer! 

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Does not look like one that I got from him but mine was a couple decades later. Mine has whiskers in a thinner pen.  Not sure I like the shakiness in the face.

But I'd focus on the signature. If its good the sketch is good, if it's bad then it's all bad.

That's good advice about focusing on the signature, JK.  I'm aware there are collectors who stay away from Stewart/Harvey pieces as there has been a lot of forgery.

Anyone else with an opinion to share on this Stewart/Harvey piece?  Thanks again in advance!

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