In the 1970s, American artist and designer Kim Coates created the cover for a collection of her books that included covers of The Great Gatsby and Catch-22.
It’s a cover that has since become iconic among American comics fans.
Now, the cover is being auctioned off by online auction house eBay.
The cover, which is now in the hands of a private collector, features a picture of the title character from the book and a photo of the Goose Coat designer, along with an excerpt from the cover letter to the publisher.
The excerpt reads:”I’m a Goose Coat fan.
And I love my Goose Coat.
I’m an avid collector and have owned and collected over 25 different Goose Coats in my life.
I’ve owned them all over the world and have a great love for them all.
The word ‘coat’ is a perfect description for the Goose. “
I just can’t get enough of these jackets, and the goose coat is a symbol of everything that Goose is about.
The word ‘coat’ is a perfect description for the Goose.
The Goose Coat has the word ‘Gospell’ printed on the front and the cover has the letter ‘D’ on the back. “
This jacket is one of my favorite Goose coats, and it was my favorite cover for the book because it was a perfect representation of the goose and the Goose itself.
The Goose Coat has the word ‘Gospell’ printed on the front and the cover has the letter ‘D’ on the back.
So this jacket was the perfect gift for a Goose Fan.”
The jacket is set to go for $2,100 on eBay on June 22, according to the listing.