Traditionally, Americans love financially challenged underdogs in stories featuring the rich because, well, most of us are financially challenged underdogs. One of the few exceptions to this is Harvey's Richie Rich. He has always been one of my favorites. I've yet to meet a comic book lover that didn't have a pretty good opinion of Richie. He's just such a good boy - fair, smart, and just so darned happy about life. Richie and His girlfriend, Gloria, have the aura of American royalty about them. These two stories come from Richie Rich No. 75, November 1968. I believe the artist for both is the great Ernie Colón (but it wouldn't be surprised if I am corrected regarding the second story).
The Richie Rich covers by Warren Kremer were among the cleverest of the Harvey covers - always showing Richie's flamboyant relationship with money. This one is no exception, capturing Richie's pure joy with the green stuff perfectly.