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    Sleeping Beauty Prince Phillip Production Cel and Eyvind Earle Limited Edition Lithograph #25/300 (Walt Disney, 1959). Outstanding pan hand-inked, hand-painted production cel of Prince Phillip on his horse Samson. Beautiful image of 5" x 5". This cel is on a rare Fine Art lithograph of the Eyvind Earle painted forest, where the Prince and Briar Rose first meet after her dance with the scarecrow "mock prince." The lithograph measures 38" x 14"; it was sold exclusively at the Disney Gallery in theme parks, in an edition of only 300. This Fine Art lithograph is #25 of 300 and is hand-signed by Disney Legend Eyvind Earle (1916 - 2000); Mr. Earle only signed the first 100 prints. Very unique and rare setup, matted to an overall size of 37" x 15". Fine condition.

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