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    "K-9 X-A-Q-TOR" Daffy Duck and Marvin the Martian Limited Edition Cel #37/100 (Warner Brothers, 2002). "Duck Dodgers" shouts a confident Daffy Duck, as Marvin the Martian directs his aptly-named companion K-9 to "kill," in this fabulous (and long-sold out) hand-painted limited edition cel. This is a Chuck Jones-designed cel, placed on a print background designed by Maurice Noble. It was produced in a very small edition of 100 pieces, of which this is #37. This rare cel is hand-signed in 2000 by both Chuck Jones (1912 - 2002) and Maurice Noble (1911 - 2001), and released posthumously in 2002; it regularly sells for over $2000 when you can find one. Cel is matted with an opening of 12" x 10" and framed with Plexiglas for an overall size of 19.5" x 17.5". A Linda Jones COA is included on back of the frame. Condition is Fine.

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    February, 2019
    3rd Sunday
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