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    Mickey's Christmas Carol "Miser McDuck" Sericel (Walt Disney, 1994). Long out-of-print limited edition sericel of Scrooge McDuck, playing with sacks of gold coins. This Disney sericel was released in 1994 in a regular of only 5,000. This image is from Sequence 1 Scene 33 in the film, with a great 6" image of Scrooge and his beloved money. A Disney seal is in bottom right corner and COA on back of the frame. Matted and framed with Plexiglas for an overall size of 21.25" x 18.25". Fine condition.

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    July, 2016
    3rd Sunday
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