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    Hank Porter - Jiminy Cricket WWII Insignia Illustration (Walt Disney, c. 1940s). Jiminy Cricket, the conscience of Pinocchio, was one of the most popular characters used for insignias. He was used for many different departments within the Military, but was also used as the symbol for the Chaplin's Office, 13th Armored Division. This is the original preliminary artwork of Jiminy as an Air Force mechanic from the hand of Hank Porter. It was used for the 356th U.S. Air Force Service Squad and the 366th Air Force Service Group. The art is graphite and color pencils on trimmed paper with an image area of 4.5" x 6.5". Fun pose! Slight tanning. In Fine condition. Originally from the Hank Porter Estate.

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    April, 2015
    9th-10th Thursday-Friday
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