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    Dumbo Timothy Mouse Color Model Animation Drawing (Walt Disney, 1941). "Look Dumbo... I'm your friend." Little Timothy Mouse, in his circus costume, as he is offering a peanut in an effort to befriend Dumbo. This is a nice sized full-figure image of the tiny mouse, as he normally appears on-screen with others and is therefore very small. Here he stands 4" tall on this 12 field 5-peghole animation drawing that is stamped "Color Model" on the lower left and bears a fully filled out production stamp on the bottom right. The image is graphite with red and green highlights and notes on the page read "Drawings UL-5 & H-1 from Scene 5 of 14.2 work with this drawing". Just below the production stamp is written "1st model". Any Dumbo art is rare, but this is an exceptionally important piece. With only light tanning, and a tiny bit of paper clip rust, it is otherwise in Fine condition. From the Elmer Plummer Archives.

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