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    "Scrappy Flips for Scooby" Scooby-Doo Limited Edition Cel #20/300 (Hanna-Barbera, 1989). Happy hounds abound in this great hand-painted Limited Edition cel (low number!) featuring Scooby-Doo and his diminutive nephew Scrappy-Doo. Scrappy made his debut in 1979, and is credited with saving the Scooby show from cancellation. Figure sizes are 7" and 3.5". The cel includes a Hanna-Barbera seal, and was hand-signed by both Bill Hanna (1910 - 2001) and Joe Barbera (1911 - 2006). Cel is matted with an opening of 12" x 9.5", and framed using Plexiglas for an overall size of 20.25" x 17.75". This was originally sold at the Warner Brothers Studio Store, and includes a WB/H-B Certificate of Authenticity on back of the frame. Fine condition

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    February, 2019
    3rd Sunday
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