As a child in Sarasota, Florida, I lived next door to Bud Sagendorf, who drew Popeye for the last 50 years. In 1994, shortly before his death, he gave an original comic strip drawing used in the Sunday paper to each member of my family. These drawings are roughly 15" tall by 18" wide and are mounted on heavy white cardboard. They are the actual art submitted to the newspapers to print. Here is a copy of the one that I have in my possession. Does anyone know what these are worth, or where I can go to find out what they are worth or who is interested in purchasing them?