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    Song of the South Br'er Rabbit and Br'er Bear Storybook Illustration (Walt Disney/Sandpaper Press, 1947). Original hand-drawn black and white illustration from the first edition of Uncle Remus Stories, created by the Artists and Writers Guild for Simon and Schuster's Little Golden Books series. We believe the artists were Bill Justice and Al Dempster. The art is in Conte crayon on textured board, with amazing detail; image sizes are approximately 2" to 4". Matted with an opening of 7" x 6", framed with glass for an overall size of 13.25" x 12.25". Fine condition.

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    May, 2018
    20th Sunday
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