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    25 Years of Hanna-Barbera Calendar Illustration (Hanna-Barbera, 1982). Oversized pen and ink original artwork of over 35+ Hanna-Barbera characters, which was used for the 25th Anniversary Employee-Only Calendar. A copy of the calendar page with a Season Greetings message from Bill Hanna and Joe Barbera is included. This amazing History of Hanna-Barbera piece was drawn from the hand of the late Dick Bickenbach (1907-1994). The artwork is on light board with an amazing 15" x 24" image area. Ruff and Reddy, with a 1957-dated present, lead the way of this parade of H-B characters marching to put their presents under the tree and meet Santa. This is published original pen and ink artwork. Fine condition

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    December, 2016
    10th-11th Saturday-Sunday
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