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    Bugs Bunny "Vintage Bugs" Limited Edition Cel, SP 5/50 (Warner Brothers, 1991). Absolutely enormous (13"!!) image of a 1940s-style Bugs munching on one of his signature carrots in this fantastic hand-inked, hand-painted cel taken directly from original Robert McKimson artwork. You could almost hang this one over your fireplace! This depiction harkens back to Bugs' early days, in the period immediately following WWII, yet before he achieved his more angular, "modern" look of the 1950s. Cel is numbered "Studio Proof" 5/50 and bears a WB seal, and a facsimile of McKimson's signature near the bottom left corner. COA included; very rare cel, unavailable for 30 years! 16 field-sized cel has been placed over a print background for display purposes.

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    September, 2019
    15th Sunday
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