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    Carl Barks Eureka Limited Edition Uncle Scrooge Figurine and Signed Print #576/3000 (Florence Scultere d'Arte, 1998). Scrooge's vast, incredible fortune began with this moment in the Klondike, when in 1898, he uncovered a huge nugget of gold. This lavish painted porcelain figure stands approximately 12" high atop a 1.75" high wooden base, which measures about 9.5" across. Designed by Giuseppe Armani, based on the Barks painting, "Eureka! A Goose Egg Nugget!". Excellent condition. Includes a color print, signed by Carl Barks; it has an image area of 5" x 6.25", matted and framed with glass to an overall size of 11.25" x 13.75".

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    August, 2014
    7th-9th Thursday-Saturday
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