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    "Sheriff of Bullet Valley" Donald Duck Limited Edition Bronze Statue #181/200 (Walt Disney, 1995). Sheriff Donald is ready to take on a bunch of crafty cattle rustlers in this beautiful bronze statue, inspired by the cover art from a classic 1948 Donald Duck comic book by Carl Barks. This sold-out statue was originally offered at the 1995 Disneyana Convention, held at Disneyland, in an edition of only 200 pieces. The striking bronze is 14" tall on a marble base. The bronze was created by artist Paul Vought and was cast at Parks Bronze Foundry in Wallowa County, Oregon. Mr. Barks (1901 - 2000) and Paul Vought were in attendance at the Disneyana Convention and have hand-signed the base in gold ink; however, the gold ink has partially rubbed off. Very little handling wear otherwise. Fine condition.

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    June, 2020
    19th-21st Friday-Sunday
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