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    Mickey Mouse in Color Signed Numbered Limited Edition Hardback Book with 45 RPM Picture-Disc Record #1000/3000 (Another Rainbow Publishing, 1988). This incredible collection of Floyd Gottfredson's Mickey Mouse Sunday comic strip work is part historical reference book, part reprint volume, and part rollicking interview and recollections! The massive 17" x 13" hardcover book is #1000 in a limited 3000 copy release. The numbered edition page is signed by both Floyd Gottfredson and Carl Barks. This tome contains 248 pages and the back cover has a pocket containing a two-sided 45 rpm picture-disc. The recording is an interview with Gottfredson and Barks conducted by Bruce Hamilton (of Another Rainbow) in 1983. The record is numbered to match the book edition. Make sure you have a sturdy coffee table... this book is heavy! In Excellent condition.

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    May, 2015
    28th-30th Thursday-Saturday
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