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    "Cartune Logo" Woody Woodpecker Limited Edition Cel #15/500 (Walter Lantz, 1989). Great hand-painted limited edition cel of Woody Woodpecker as he looked in his earliest shorts, with green eyes, red chest, and and orange, stubby legs. This version was Woody at his wildest, as seen in shorts from 1940 to 1944. This great piece has a full-figure image measuring 5.25" tall, placed over a print of the opening credits logo from this period. Nice low-number example (#15 from an edition of 500). Matted with an opening of 11.5" x 9.5", framed with glass for an overall size of 18.5" x 16.5". A Walter Lantz COA is attached to the backside of the frame. Frame is sold as-is. Cel condition is Fine.

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    March, 2019
    31st Sunday
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