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    Mickey Mouse Club Limited Edition Sericel (The Walt Disney Company, 1995). This sericel, titled "Hi, Mouseketeers!," recreates five character images from the introduction segments of "The Mickey Mouse Club" television series. Mickey wore a different costume each day to reflect the show's subject, Monday was "Fun with Music Day," Tuesday was "Guest Star Day," Wednesday was "Anything Can Happen Day," Thursday was "Circus Day, " and Friday ended with "Talent Round-Up Day". Walt Disney artists, working from the original animation drawings used for the production of "The Mickey Mouse Club," translated these images to a hand-inked and hand-painted cel. That cel was used in the production of this set of sericels. Limited to an edition of 5,000, this sericel has an image area measuring 19" x 11", and is in Excellent condition. This lot also includes a certificate of authenticity.

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