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    Walt Disney World - Animal Kingdom Concept Art by John DeCuir (Walt Disney, 1977). Long before Disney's Animal Kingdom opened in 1998, the company was working on developing some sort of zoo for the new Orlando theme park. This is an early layout of a proposed animal park by artist and Hollywood set designer, John DeCuir (1918 - 1991). Measuring 70" x 40" the park map is divided by countries, continents and regions such as Africa, Iran, Everest, Oceania and others. The printed map with hand-inked edits and embellishments is likely the only one of its kind in existence and a fascinating piece of early Walt Disney World concept work. It has been folded several times, shows edge wear and has a small portion of the center torn out, Otherwise, condition is Good.

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    June, 2020
    19th-21st Friday-Sunday
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