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    Junior's League Ken Griffey Jr. and Looney Tunes Characters Limited Edition Cel #303/350 (Warner Brothers, 1997). In the 1990s, the Warner Brothers Studio Stores were selling hand-painted limited edition cels with their stable of Looney Tunes characters in conjunctions with the biggest sports stars of the day. This is one of those pieces, entitled "Junior's League." This is a hand-painted pan cel that features Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Taz, Elmer Fudd, and Baseball All-Star player Ken Griffey Jr. The cel is placed on a Ken Griffey Jr. photo background. The hand-painted cel was an edition of only 350 pieces In the regular edition. The cel was hand-signed by Ken Griffey Jr.; the signature was overseen by Upper Deck Authenticated. The cel has a WB seal and Warner Brothers cert on back of the frame. Characters are 3" - 7". Framed with Plexiglas, matted with an opening of 24" x 12". When this piece came out it was an instant sell-out, 20 years ago! Very hard to find. Fine condition.

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    July, 2017
    23rd Sunday
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