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    Dumbo Timothy Mouse and Dumbo Production Cel and Master Background Courvoisier Setup (Walt Disney, 1941). Here's something that will make you flap your ears! It's a fantastic hand-inked, hand-painted cel of Dumbo and his friend Timothy Mouse that has been trimmed to the edges and placed on a hand-painted Master production background of one of the circus tents. This is from just after Timothy gives Dumbo a peanut, after Dumbo's mother was captured. The pair are walking through the circus grounds. Timothy stands 1.75" tall, which isn't bad for a cartoon mouse standing next to an elephant! Dumbo is 6.5" x 6" (nose-to-tail and ear-to-toe). This original Courvoisier setup looks like it might have had minor paint restoration. It is matted to 11" x 8.5" and then Plexiglas front framed to 21.5" x 18.5". This rare Dumbo setup is in overall Fine condition.

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    December, 2015
    13th-14th Sunday-Monday
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