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    Little Dutch Plate Color Model Drawings Group of 2 (Warner Brothers, 1935). In this Friz Freleng-directed short, characters on plates and other items in a typical Dutch home come to life. Here are two original color model drawings from the short, including the Little Dutch Boy in a nice full-color pose on a sheet of 12 field 2-peghole paper. Art is in graphite and color pencils, with a figure size of 3.5"; paper has been folded, but the creases do not affect the image. The second drawing is of the film's hissable villain, the top-hatted Vinegar Bottle, here shown holding the mortgage to the "Dutch Mill" the boy and girl have moved into. He's in graphite and red pencil on a cut sheet of paper measuring 7" x 8.25". The figure size is 6.75". There is a green stain along the bottom edge, but this does not affect the image. Overall condition is Good.

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    3rd Sunday
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