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    "It's a Dinglehopper" The Little Mermaid Limited Edition Cel #166/500 (Walt Disney, 1993). In 1993, Walt Disney Art Classics released this stunning hand-painted limited edition cel titled "It's a Dinglehopper," featuring Ariel along with Scuttle and Flounder. It was created from archived production artwork and hand-painted in the famous Disney Ink and Paint Department located on the studio. The cel is over a print background for presentation purposes. The image is from Sequence 1.1/Scene 50 and this is #166 of an edition of only 500 which has been sold-out for over 25 years. The cel has a Disney seal and comes with a COA affixed to the back of the frame. The art is in a frame of 23" x 18" with a mat opening of 16" x 10". Condition is Very Good. Frame is sold as-is.

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    13th-15th Friday-Sunday
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