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    Minnie Mouse Disney World Maquette by Harry Holt (Walt Disney, c. 1960s-70s). Harry Holt returned to Disney in the 1960s and joined WED to help out with work on the new theme park opening up in Orlando Florida. He was assigned to WED -- Walt Disney Imagineering, to help design attractions at Walt Disney World, EPCOT, Disneyland, and Tokyo Disney. He was the Chief Sculptor to assist in designing sculptural forms for such rides as Haunted Mansion, Country Bear Jamboree, Snow White, and Peter Pan, to name a few. This is Mr. Holt's rare hand-sculpted unpainted maquette of Mickey's best gal, Minnie Mouse. This is an amazing clay over metal foundation sculpture measuring 10.5" on a 7.5" x 8" black wood base, which has been hand-signed by Harry Holt (1911 - 2004). Minor handling wear and minor scrapes, with a few dabs of light blue paint. Fragile, but in Very Good condition. Will require third party shipping. From the Harry Holt Collection.

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    June, 2018
    16th-17th Saturday-Sunday
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