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Button 113: Real Goone Goose (# 9 of 11 in Crumb series)


Button 113: Real Goone Goose (#  9 of 11 in Crumb series)
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    113. Real Goone Goose (1983).

    In 1977 Robert Crumb created a set of eleven odd buttons for Kitchen Sink. Each had a sub-set number within a small circle. Hapless-looking Real Gone Goose ("Shit") is No. 9 in the sub-set. Please do not ask us why sub-set #8 is the fifth listed in this master number list. It was assigned master list #113 long before collectors asked such questions. Also please don't ask us why only four of the eleven Crumb designs appeared in 1977 (see #82 through 85) or why it took five long years for six others in the set to appear (see #114-118). Finally, please do not ask us why the eleventh button (No. 10 in the sub-set) was inexplicably never manufactured. Just enjoy the ten actually produced while supplies last.

    2.25" diameter. $6.00

    One note, for serious button collectors, you may want to read the KSP BUTTON TEXT which explains the numbering systems for identifying the various buttons produced over the last 30 years, or see the COMPLETE KSP BUTTON LIST. The list is VERY long, so be patient while it loads.


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    Button 113: Real Goone Goose (# 9 of 11 in Crumb series)

    113. Real Goone Goose (1983).

    In 1977 Robert Crumb created a set of eleven odd buttons for Kitchen Sink. Each had a sub-set number within a small circle. Hapless-looking Real Gone Goose ("Shit") is No. 9 in the sub-set. Please do not ask us why sub-set #8 is the fifth listed in this master number list. It was assigned master list #113 long before collectors asked such questions. Also please don't ask us why only four of the eleven Crumb designs appeared in 1977 (see #82 through 85) or why it took five long years for six others in the set to appear (see #114-118). Finally, please do not ask us why the eleventh button (No. 10 in the sub-set) was inexplicably never manufactured. Just enjoy the ten actually produced while supplies last.

    2.25" diameter. $6.00

    One note, for serious button collectors, you may want to read the KSP BUTTON TEXT which explains the numbering systems for identifying the various buttons produced over the last 30 years, or see the COMPLETE KSP BUTTON LIST. The list is VERY long, so be patient while it loads.

    $6.00