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    Disney's DuckTales Magazine Summer 1989 Cover Painting Original Art (Walt Disney, 1989). Woo-ooh... DuckTales! The nephews are on the run from a pirate pig...a swashbuckling swine... a plundering porker... well, you get the picture. This fully painted gouache piece has an image area of 15" x 20" on illustration board. The top paper layer is starting to "skim" off the board, however that is not affecting the wonderful artwork at all. This baby has some great eye-appeal! The painted cover was for the cover featured story "Uncle Scrooge's Pirate Problems". In Fine condition.

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    November, 2018
    25th Sunday
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