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DescriptionBug Bunny Treasure Hunt - A Golden Story Illustration Original Artwork (Warner Brothers, 1949). Bugs Bunny joined the network of Little Golden Books in 1949. This is the second book to be done with Simon and Schuster. The book was 126 pages and featured Bugs Bunny and Porky Pig as the stars. Tom McKimson worked on the project. This is the original inked artwork that was used for each of the chapter headings. The image has the page numbers in ink below each character. The chapters had five with a Porky Pig heading, three with a Bugs Bunny heading, and two with Petunia Pig. Great original art images, with sizes of 3". Production notes throughout the bottom border. An important piece of Looney Tunes Children's Book history. Minor handling and edge wear. Artwork is in Very Good condition.
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