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    Alpine Climbers Donald Duck Animation Drawing (Walt Disney, 1936). Feisty Donald is ready to fight with an angry eagle in this original animation drawing. This short, co-starring Mickey Mouse and Pluto, was directed by Dave Hand; it was first shown in theaters on 7/25/36. The art is beautifully detailed in graphite with nice red pencil "motion lines" as the mother eagle flaps her wings; she has an image size of 5", while Donald is 3.5". Fine condition. The drawing is matted (covering the pegholes and image number), with a brass title plaque; framed with Plexiglas for an overall size of 19.25" x 17.75".

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    Auction Dates
    December, 2017
    17th Sunday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 13
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    I have done a preliminary analysis and the total of the hammer prices was $67,550. With BP, the final figure was $80,722.25. That is against the total insurance value of $34,785 or 2.32 x ‘pre-auction estimate’. Incredible, really, so a big thanks.
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