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    Dumbo Studio Model Sheets Group of 14 (Walt Disney, 1941). Walt Disney Studio model sheets are documents of the animation process, created for use by artists working on the film. With no Xerox or copy machines available at the time, these reference model sheets were created by shooting the original art on camera, and then printing out small amounts on photographic paper. They are highly collectible and sought after by Disney animation fans. This is an amazing look into the making of Dumbo. This is a set of thirteen first edition printed model sheets. Ten of them are centered around Clown Suggestions and Clown Band Suggestions. The remaining model sheets are of Casey Junior the Train (2), Timothy Mouse (1) and Dumbo (1). All are 14" x 11" each, and have minor handling, edge wear and tears, and slight creases. Good condition.

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