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    Western Publishing Artist - Laurel and Hardy Frame Tray Puzzle Illustration Original Art (Whitman, 1967). Take a cartoon version of the most famous comedy duo in film -- Laurel and Hardy -- put them on an island complete with a treasure chest, and add an ape into the foliage, and you've got yourself the image used for this Whitman puzzle. Painted in clean, colorful colors in watercolor on heavy illustration board, this illustration has an image area of 11" x 14". In Excellent condition.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2005
    6th Sunday
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