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    Pinocchio Jiminy Cricket Production Cel Courvoisier Setup (Walt Disney, 1940). In this opening scene, Jiminy looks on as Geppetto adds the finishing touches to his little wooden boy. This is a spectacular hand-inked, hand-painted cel of Jiminy, still in his ragged clothes and about to lean on the posterior of a porcelain figurine from the opening sequence of this classic Disney feature. The art is in a Courvoisier setup where the image of Jiminy has been carefully trimmed and mounted onto a custom airbrushed background, and this is a particularly detailed background by Courvoisier standards. Jiminy stands 3.5" tall and the setup is still in its original Courvoisier mat with "Jiminy Cricket" lightly penciled in the lower left corner. The piece is framed with a mat opening of 8" x 12", in a mat measuring 7.5" x 8.75", placed in a 16" x 17.5" frame. Condition is Fine.

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