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    Pinocchio Geppetto and Figaro Concept Drawing (Walt Disney, 1940). This is an original storyboard/concept story piece that shows Geppetto, Figaro, and Cleo's fishbowl, drawn on P-212 5-peghole story paper measuring 9" x 8". The number 2 is on top right, with 128 on side border. What is Geppetto looking at... the Blue Fairy? Pinocchio with Donkey ears inside of Monstro? Pinocchio's finger on fire? Figaro in this piece looks a little scared himself! Artwork is in graphite. Matted with an opening of 8" x 7"; overall mat size is 13" x 13". Minor handling and edge wear with pinholes in corners. Good condition.

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    December, 2019
    13th-15th Friday-Sunday
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