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    The Flintstones Consumer Product Cel and Layout Drawing (Hanna-Barbera, c. 1970s-80s). "Yabba Dabba Doo!" This may be one of the single largest hand-painted cels of The Flintstones we have seen. It is an 18" x 24" cel showcasing Fred, Wilma, Pebbles, Dino, Barney, Betty and Bamm-Bamm, all in full-figure, measuring in a range of 4" to 8" tall. This cel was created from artwork by longtime Hanna-Barbera studio artist Jack Manning (1920 - 1981). The cel is presented over an original graphite layout drawing. This art was created for a consumer product piece such as a children's book, clothing design, calendar, or poster. It's a one-of-a-kind hand-painted cel with an incredible image, and the sort of art that rarely comes up for sale. The piece shows minor handling wear; otherwise condition is Very Good.

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    June, 2019
    15th-16th Saturday-Sunday
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