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    Carl Barks Sheriff of Bullet Valley Signed Concept Art (Walt Disney, 1973). The great Carl Barks (1901 - 2000) was nicknamed "The Good Duck Artist" at Disney Studios and is notable as the creator of Scrooge McDuck. In 1973 Mr. Barks completed an oil painting of Donald and his nephews titled "The Sheriff of Bullet Valley" based on the cover of his 1948 comic book. The painting was reproduced and sold as a limited edition lithograph in 1995. This is an original concept drawing by Mr. Barks of the decoration on Donald's gun holster from this painting. It is rendered in graphite and measures 4.5" x 3" on a sheet of 9" x 7.5" vellum. This incredibly unique piece is signed by the artist at the bottom and is a one-of-a-kind item that any Barks collector would be proud to own. It is in a 14" x 11" mat with a 8.5" x 6.5" opening. The paper shows handling and tanning. Condition is Fine.

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