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    Dumbo Crows Production Cel Courvoisier Setup (Walt Disney, 1940). "...When I see a Elephant fly!" An outstanding hand-inked, hand-painted production cel of three of the Crows. This is an original Courvoisier cel setup, placed on a hand-painted Courvoisier background. The cel showcases Preacher Crow, Fat Crow and Straw Hat Crow. It is glass-front framed with a Ward Kimball signed Locomotive First Day cover Envelope; Mr Kimball has also signed the back of the frame. This was purchased at a Ward Kimball Lecture in Lake Forest Illinois at the Midwest Animation Lecture series in the early 1990s. The Crows are approximately 4" tall. Matted with an opening of 11.5" x 8". Minor separation in feet; Very Good condition.

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    December, 2015
    13th-14th Sunday-Monday
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