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    Pinocchio Production Cel with Courvoisier Background (Walt Disney, 1940). A donkey-eared Pinocchio is underwater in this delightful hand-inked and painted original production cel, complete with three fish and lots of bubbles. The Pinocchio figure is approximately 5.25" tall, and the combined image area is 8.25" x 8.25". The original Courvoisier mat is included, with the caption, "Gee, What a Big Place!" seen in the lower left. An additional cloth-covered mat is included, and the piece is Plexiglas framed for an overall size of 16" x 16". There is a bit of cracking of paint within one ear, and a couple of tiny flakes out in the two fish above Pinocchio's head, but the cel presents extremely well, and is in overall Fine condition.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2013
    20th-24th Wednesday-Sunday
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