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    Mickey's Early Years: Plane Crazy/Steamboat Willie/The Gallopin' Gaucho Limited Edition Cels Group of 3 #170/200 (Walt Disney, 1999). Walt Disney Art Classics released this series of three hand-painted black and white cels on print backgrounds of scenes from Mickey Mouse's first three films. The edition was only 200 of each, but of those, 150 were released exclusively for the Japanese Art Market, leaving only 50 for Disney Approved Galleries in the US. These cels were and continue to be a very hard set to find. This is a rare matched set of all three, numbered 170/200. All three are in one common frame and each cel has a Disney seal and Certificate of Authenticity on back of the frame. Three mat openings measure 9" x 12" and the frame is 15" x 48". Condition is Fine.

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