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    Mickey Mouse Employee Retirement Party Illustration Original Art (Walt Disney, c, 1960s-70s). A long-standing tradition at Walt Disney Studios is for original artwork to be done by an in-house artist and signed by all the staff at retirement parties. This looks to be a going away retirement gift to a longtime Disneyland employee who appears to have been an avid golfer. Charles Boyer, the long-serving official artist of Disneyland, is included in the signatures. The large hand-painted image of Mickey Mouse measures 15". It is dedicated, "We'll Miss you Chuck - Stay Out of the Rough." The artwork is surrounded by best wishes of his coworkers. In a Plexiglas-front frame measuring 22" x 27". This is a large piece! Frame is sold as-is, artwork condition is Very Good.

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    December, 2018
    8th-9th Saturday-Sunday
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