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    Porky Pig Publicity Illustration (Warner Brothers, c. 1940s). This is one-of-a-kind publicity artwork of Porky Pig, created by the studio for press use. This is the original published ink and gouache on paper artwork used in all studio press materials as well as to make Fan Cards for the multitude of Warner Brothers cartoon enthusiasts. The art was also used for the official 1944 Warner Brothers studio stationary. Warner Brothers studio stationary had six characters on one side and six on the other. The letterhead reads "Warner Brothers Pictures Inc. Cartoon Division 461 S. California St. Burbank California." This full-figure image measures 7" with his name under the very patriotic image. The piece is in a mat of 12.5" x 15" with an opening of 8" x 10". Minor handling wear; otherwise, the artwork is in Very Good condition.

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    June, 2019
    15th-16th Saturday-Sunday
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