Gaston Lagaffe Rrogntudjû. Convex enamel sign Coustoon in steel, baking at 800°C. Numbered and limited to 350 copies.
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|Type of products||Enamel signs|
|Series||Les Bombées à Coustoon|
|Copyright||© Franquin Dargaud-Lombard|
|Number of copies||350|
|Condition||New with original box and certificate|
|Dimensions L x w x h (cm)||30.00 x 20.00|
Gaston is a gag-a-day comic strip created in 1957 by the Belgian cartoonist André Franquin in the Franco-Belgian comics magazine Spirou. The series focuses on the everyday life of Gaston Lagaffe (whose surname means "the blunder"), a lazy and accident-prone office junior.
Gaston is very popular in large parts of Europe (especially in Belgium and France) and has been translated in over a dozen languages, but except for a few pages by Fantagraphics in the early 1990s (as Gomer Goof), there is no published English translation.
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