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    "Mickey's Film Festival" Mickey Mouse and Friends Limited Edition Sericel (Walt Disney, 1999). The gang's all here for Mickey Mouse's "Golden Age of Animation" Film Festival -- Daisy Duck (with autograph book), newspaper man Donald Duck, doorman Goofy, and just arriving, Pluto, Mickey, and Minnie Mouse! This all-star sericel (limited to 5,000 unnumbered editions) has been long sold out. The sericel is matted, with an opening of 15" x 12"; mat is hand-signed by voice artists Tony Anselmo (Donald Duck), Bill Farmer (Goofy and Pluto), the late Wayne Allwine (Mickey Mouse), and Russi Taylor (Minnie Mouse), all Disney Legends. Framed with Plexiglas for an overall size of 23" x 20". A Disney COA is attached to the back of the frame. Condition is Fine.

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    February, 2019
    3rd Sunday
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