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    The Looney Trails Limited Edition Chess Set #23/50 (Warner Brothers, 1993). The Looney Trails Limited Edition Chess Set was designed and created by animation sculptor, David R. Kracov. Inspired by the classic Warner Brothers Looney Tunes characters and set in a Western theme, these beautiful chess sets were produced in a limited edition of only 50 sets. This set is number 23 of 50. The set consists of 32 hand-sculpted and fired playing pieces, every piece is a sculpture in its own right. The chess board is made of wood and is individually numbered and hand-signed by David Kracov. According to the artist, each chess set takes eight months to create! One crack on a Daffy Duck leg, one Yosemite Sam gun reattached, one Daffy Duck feather reattached, one Bugs Bunny is missing a whisker, and one Taz had feather reattached. Condition is Very Good.

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    December, 2019
    13th-15th Friday-Sunday
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