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    Don Donald Limited Edition Hand Painted Cel (Walt Disney, 1937/1988). Here is a terrific Donald and Daisy image! Limited to an edition of 500, this piece was hand-inked and hand-painted at the World-Famous Disney Ink and Paint Department located on the Disney Studio lot using original archived source material. The image is from Don Donald, the short subject film directed by Ben Sharpsteen and released on 1/9/37. This cel set-up is from Scene 26: After a lover's spat, Donald tries to dazzle Donna Duck with a flashy roadster. The backgrounds were faithfully reproduced by Disney artists, and printed on high-quality paper. Includes the Disney seal, and a certificate of authenticity. The piece is in a frame of 22" x 18" with a matboard aperture of 15.25" x 11". Frame sold as-is. The numbers have faded from the cel. Condition is Very Good.

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    August, 2020
    23rd-24th Sunday-Monday
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