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    Spike the Bee and Friends Consumer Products Concept Art (Walt Disney, c. 1960s). This page has a series of concept drawings of Spike the Bee (also known as Buzz Buzz) and friends for possible Disney Consumer Products or use in Theme Park Merchandise. Graphite on onionskin paper measuring 17" x 14". There are four different concept pieces on this page. At the bottom, there is a little "Bee Witch" that is very cute. The page is stamped in red "Concept Only". There is a 3.5" slit on both the left and right sides that does go slightly into the image areas. There is also a diagonal fold running across the page in the lower area. Overall super-cute and in Good condition. In addition, this item comes with a used sticker from the Walt Disney Productions Character Merchandising Division.

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    August, 2015
    23rd Sunday
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