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    Walt Disney/Kay Kamen Portfolio (Kay Kamen, 1934-37). A most unusual assortment of Mickey Mouse-related items: pen and pencil set ("dip" style Croquille pen, fountain pen, and mechanical pencil), all decorated with images of the Mouse (even the pen nibs); deluxe 1935 Kay Kamen Disney Promotions hardcover book, picturing special store displays; 1937 British Coronation Card with tipped-in color Mickey and Donald illustration, signed by Kay Kamen, with original stamped and mailed envelope; a 1937 four-page list of Kamen licensed Disney products with an attached Kamen packing label, and a Special Snow White Souvenir Edition of Showplace, the Magazine of Radio City Music Hall. All items are housed in a brown leather zippered portfolio folder. Items range in condition from Very Good to Very Fine. From the Don Vernon Collection.

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    February, 2010
    25th-27th Thursday-Saturday
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