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Thumbnail for Frantic SteinFrantic Stein had a short run during 1947, and was drawn by George Mercer (October 1, 1923 - August 12, 2012). He was a prolific cartoon and comic strip artist.

An African American, his work also includes: "Solid Senders", "Rickey", "Arline's Career"' and 'Pee Wee'.

Later George Mercer became an artist for the United States Postal Service, nine of his designs were selected for individual stamps or postage on embossed envelopes. These include a 15-cent Uncle Sam's Top Hat embossed envelope and the 12-cent Freedom of Conscience. The later printed in 1981, is a red brown on beige stamp of the Americana Issue celebrating freedom of conscience. It pictures the torch from the Statue of Liberty with the wording "Freedom of Conscience-an American Right".
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