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    The Jetsons George and Astro Signed Limited Edition Cel #180/300 (Hanna-Barbera, 1994). "Jane, stop this crazy thing!" Outstanding hand-painted triptych limited edition cel of George Jetson with Astro and a cat. This cel is inspired by the ending of the 1962 Hanna-Barbera series The Jetsons. This was an edition of only 300 individually hand-painted pieces and this is #180. It was an instant sell-out at the time of release, over 20 years ago! The middle cel is hand-signed by Bill Hanna (1936 - 2001) and Joe Barbera (1911 - 2006). A Hanna-Barbera seal is on the last cel and the original COA is included. Framed with Plexiglas, for an overall size of 48.25" x 18.25". Very desirable piece for any and all Jetsons fans. Fine condition.

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    July, 2017
    1st-2nd Saturday-Sunday
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