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    The Little Mermaid Ariel and Flounder Limited Edition Sericel (Walt Disney, 1989). Limited edition sericel of Little Mermaid Ariel and Flounder (with bubble effects, searching for the Dinglehopper. This was the first sericel ever released by the Walt Disney Company from The Little Mermaid. Limited edition serigraph cels are created by silk screening each individual color onto the acetate cel, one color at a time. This time-consuming process results in a beautiful piece of art which faithfully reproduces the beauty, detail, and magic of the original. The Disney seal is on the bottom left corner. Framed to 18.5" x 15" with a matboard aperture of 13" x 9". Frame sold as-is. This sold-out sericel is from an edition of 2500 pieces and is paired with a background copy/print for presentation purposes. Sericel condition is Fine.


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    February, 2021
    21st-22nd Sunday-Monday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 13
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