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    Mickey Mouse and Friends Open Edition Cel (Walt Disney, 1992). A hand-painted open edition cel of Mickey, Minnie, Goofy, Donald Duck, and Pluto -- commonly called the Fab Five. This was the first "Fab Five" animation art piece ever made by the Walt Disney Company, made available only to Disney employees and certain venders. A sericel was produced and a smaller number of hand-painted cels were produced from the same image, but this specific item was produced for a Cal Arts fundraiser and never sold to the general public. The piece has a Letter of Authenticity on the reverse with printed signatures from Michael Eisner and Frank Wells. Framed with a mat opening of 10" x 12". An important piece of Disney animation history. In Fine condition.

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    December, 2015
    13th-14th Sunday-Monday
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