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    The Flintstones "Flintstone Family" Signed Limited Edition Cel 166/300 (Hanna-Barbera, c. 1980s-90s). "Let's ride with the family down the street, through the courtesy of Fred's two feet!" Have a Yabba-Dabba-Do day with this classic image of everyone's favorite Stone-Age family and friends, the Flintstones and the Rubbles, with this hand-painted limited edition cel. The painted image, including the car and Dino running alongside, measures 11" x 7", placed over a print background. The cel has been hand-signed by Bill Hanna (1910 - 2001) and Joe Barbera (1911 - 2006). Matted with an opening size of 16" x 13", and framed with glass for an overall size of 23.5" x 20.5". A few dings to the frame; cel is in Fine condition.

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    June, 2018
    24th Sunday
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