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    Peter Pan Peter, Hook and Tinker Bell Book Illustration Art Group of 2 (Walt Disney, 1953). Presented are two original illustrations from the Little Golden Book published by Whitman to accompany the 1953 release of the animated Disney feature. These beautifully detailed gouache paintings feature ideal images of Pete and Hook with Tinker Bell. Peter dressed in Hook's coat and hat holding his cutlass measures approximately 6.5" x 7" on 9.5" x 11.5" illustration board. Hook holding Tink in his good hand measures 7.5" x 7" on 9.5" x 12" board. Both pieces have registration marks, are covered under a clear protective film and bear a copyright sticker on back. These one-of-a-kind illustrations based on Disney's beloved feature film are over 60 years old. Minor handling. tape and edge wear; otherwise condition is Very Good.

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