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Auction results • 2018-08-30

Lots
15
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Sale Total
$40,387
Highest Sale
$18,750

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Original ''Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs'' Cels -- Featuring Snow White With the Dwarfs
Original animation cels from Disney's 1937 classic ''Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs'', featuring Snow White dancing with four of the dwarfs. ''Snow White'' was Disney's exceptionally successful and groundbreaking film, the first-ever fully animated feature film that ushered in the Golden Age of Animation. Large display measures 13.25'' x 10.25'', matted and framed to 21.5'' x 19''. With embossed copyright of ''W.D.E.'' at lower right of mat, and also with ''Snow White and the Dwarfs'' handwritten in cursive pencil on mat below cel. Light uniform toning to mat, and some discoloration, possibly staining that can be removed, to some of the cels. Overall in very good condition.

Minimum Bid: $4,000

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Original ''Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs'' Cel -- Featuring Snow White Holding the Bluebird
Original animation cel from Disney's 1937 classic ''Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs'', featuring Snow White holding the baby bluebird, who she sings a duet with in the forest. ''Snow White'' was Disney's exceptionally successful and groundbreaking film, the first-ever fully animated feature film that ushered in the Golden Age of Animation. Large cel measures approximately 4'' x 5.5'', upon a Courvoisier background with a painted overlay. Artwork measures 9.25'' x 6.75'', matted and framed to 16.5'' x 17''. With embossed copyright of ''W.D.E.'' at lower right of mat, and with ''Snow White'' handwritten in cursive pencil on mat below cel. Some foxing and toning to mat, and a bit of lifting to cel, but overall in very good, well-preserved condition.

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Walt Disney Signed Animation Cels of Donald Duck & José Carioca From ''Saludos Amigos'' -- Signed Mat Measures 14'' x 15'' -- With Phil Sears COA & Courvoisier Galleries Label
Walt Disney signed animation cels of Donald Duck and José Carioca, used in Disney's 1942 classic ''Saludos Amigos'', the sixth Disney animated feature film and the first produced by Walt Disney Productions. Large cels of Donald Duck and José Carioca are from the ''Aquarela do Brasil'' segment of the film, where Carioca shows his friend Donald around South America and introduces him to the samba, which he plays here on his makeshift umbrella. The film also marks the first appearance of José Carioca. Two cels each measure approximately 2.75'' x 4.5'' on background measuring 7.5'' by 7'', and mat measuring 14'' x 15'' upon which Disney signs, ''To Joe / With Best / Wishes / Walt Disney''. With Courvoisier Galleries sticker affixed to backing certifying that the cels were used in the filming of ''Saludos Amigos''. Walt Disney Productions stamp appears on mat, above Disney's signature, reading ''original / WDP''. Light uniform toning to mat. Cels have some cracking and lifting, but remain attractive. Disney's signature, in large green crayon, is bold and near fine. Overall in very good condition. With a COA from Phil Sears. A rare, special Disney signed production cel from of the earliest Disney animated films.

Minimum Bid: $4,000

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Disney Animation Cel of Pluto From ''Bone Trouble'' in 1940 -- With Courvoisier Galleries Label
Disney animation cel of Pluto, used in Disney's 1940 short film ''Bone Trouble''. Large cel of Pluto comically growling at a bone measures 4.5'' x 5.5'', on a painted background measuring 7.5'' x 7''. With original mat showing Walt Disney Productions (WDP) stamp, framed to 14.5'' x 15.5'' and bearing the Courvoisier Galleries sticker to backing certifying that the cel was used in the filming of ''Bone Trouble''. Cel has some cracking and lifting, but is largely intact. Good condition.

Minimum Bid: $750

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Robert Crumb Original Color Drawing of Fritz the Cat -- Gifted to Crumb's Then Publisher in 1968 Upon the Birth of His Child
Excellent Robert Crumb color drawing of Fritz the Cat, showing Fritz smoking a cigar with the caption ''A Boy Ey?''. Crumb gifted the drawing to William Cole upon the birth of Cole's son in 1968, also the same year Crumb's son was born. Cole published the first mass market edition of ''R. Crumb's Head Comix'', the early editions of which contain ''A William Cole book'' printed within. Drawing on board measures 3.75'' x 8.75'', signed ''Robert & Danie Crumb'' on a cut-out piece of paper affixed to bottom right. Drawing is accompanied by original mailing envelope, artwork in its own right, addressed in bubble letters to ''Big Bill Cole'' and depicting a smiling sun across rolling hills. Envelope measures 14.25'' x 10.75'', with faded postmark of March 1968 and some creasing. Fritz drawing is very well preserved, with no toning or blemishes, and still vivid colors. Near fine condition.

Minimum Bid: $27,500

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Walt Disney Hand-Drawn Sketch of Donald Duck, Signed by Disney -- With Phil Sears COA for Both Signature & Drawing
Rare, large Walt Disney signed sketch of Donald Duck, who Disney created in the early 1930s as a friend to Mickey Mouse. Composed in pencil, Disney signs ''Walt Disney'' below the large drawing, showing Donald smiling with his characteristic sailor hat. Drawing is double-matted, with visible portion measuring approximately 5.5'' x 8.5''. Entire presentation measures 13'' x 17''. Some folds and creasing, overall in very good condition. With a COA from Disney expert Phil Sears, for both the signature and drawing.

Minimum Bid: $7,900

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Charles Schulz Hand-Drawn ''Peanuts'' Comic Strip From 1953 -- In this Early Strip, Violet Is Afraid She's Gone Too Far in Antagonizing Charlie Brown
Charles Schulz original hand-drawn ''Peanuts'' comic strip, published 16 September 1953, less than three years after the series' debut. In this strip, Violet pushes Charlie Brown too far with her teasing, as she becomes afraid of his reaction. Charlie Brown though, characteristically, is on the verge of tears rather than anger, to Violet's surprise. Strip measures 28.75'' x 6.75'', hinged at top with archival tape to mat. United Feature Syndicate label appears on fourth panel. Light toning and a few specks of discoloration, overall in very good condition.

Minimum Bid: $15,000

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Large Concept Sketch for ''Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull'' by Steven Chorney -- Measures 12.75'' x 19.5''
Steven Chorney large concept sketch from ''Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull'', showcasing Harrison Ford and the cast in the fourth installment of the Indiana Jones franchise, directed by Steven Spielberg. Artwork was published by Topps Collector Cards in their ''Indiana Jones-Masterpieces'' series. An award-winning illustration artist, Chorney's artwork has been featured in over 120 motion picture campaigns, including ''Indiana Jones'', the James Bond franchise, and ''Who Framed Roger Rabbit''. Done on a large sheet of artist illustration paper measuring 12.75'' x 19.5''. Signed ''Chorney 08'' at lower right. Near fine condition.

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Steven Chorney Painting From ''Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom'' of Kate Capshaw -- Published in the Indiana Jones Topps Collector Cards Series
Steven Chorney painting from ''Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom'' of Kate Capshaw as ''Willie Scott'', published in the Indiana Jones Topps Collector Cards series. An award-winning illustration artist, Chorney's artwork has been featured in over 120 motion picture campaigns, including ''Indiana Jones'', the James Bond franchise, and ''Who Framed Roger Rabbit''. Done in acrylic on illustration board measuring 11'' x 15''. Signed ''Chorney'' at lower right. Near fine condition.

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Steven Chorney Painting From ''Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom'' of the Character ''Short Round'' -- Published in the Indiana Jones Topps Collector Cards Series
Steven Chorney painting from ''Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom'' of ''Short Round'' as played by Jonathan Ke Quan, published in the Indiana Jones Topps Collector Cards series. An award-winning illustration artist, Chorney's artwork has been featured in over 120 motion picture campaigns, including ''Indiana Jones'', the James Bond franchise, and ''Who Framed Roger Rabbit''. Done in acrylic on illustration board measuring 11'' x 15'', matted to 15'' x 19''. Signed ''Chorney'' at lower right. Near fine condition.

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Steven Chorney Painting From ''Raiders of the Lost Ark'' of the Infamous ''Melting Nazi'' -- Published in the Indiana Jones Topps Collector Cards Series
Steven Chorney painting from ''Raiders of the Lost Ark'' of the infamous ''Melting Nazi'' scene as played by the actor Ronald Lacey, published in the Indiana Jones Topps Collector Cards series. An award-winning illustration artist, Chorney's artwork has been featured in over 120 motion picture campaigns, including ''Indiana Jones'', the James Bond franchise, and ''Who Framed Roger Rabbit''. Done in acrylic on illustration board measuring 11'' x 15''. Signed ''Chorney'' at lower right. Near fine condition.

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Steven Chorney Painting From ''Raiders of the Lost Ark'' of the Character ''Sallah'' -- Published in the Indiana Jones Topps Collector Cards Series
Steven Chorney painting from ''Raiders of the Lost Ark'' of ''Sallah'' as played by John Rhys-Davies, published in the Indiana Jones Topps Collector Cards. An award-winning illustration artist, Chorney's artwork has been featured in over 120 motion picture campaigns, including ''Indiana Jones'', the James Bond franchise, and ''Who Framed Roger Rabbit''. Done in acrylic on illustration board measuring 11'' x 15'', matted to 15'' x 19''. Signed ''Chorney'' at lower right. Near fine condition.

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Large Concept Sketch for ''Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country'' by Steven Chorney -- Measures 17'' x 22''
Steven Chorney large concept sketch from ''Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country'' entitled ''Peace Treaty'' and featuring the ''Star Trek'' trio of William Shatner as James T. Kirk, Leonard Nimoy as Spock and DeForest Kelley as Bones McCoy. An award-winning illustration artist, Chorney's artwork has been featured in over 120 motion picture campaigns, including ''Indiana Jones'', the James Bond franchise, and ''Who Framed Roger Rabbit''. Done on illustration board measuring 17'' x 22''. Signed ''Chorney'' at lower right. Near fine condition.

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Elaborate ''Star Wars'' Artwork by Steven Chorney -- Published as Cover Art for the ''Star Wars Galaxy of Fear'' Book
Fantastic Steven Chorney ''Star Wars'' painting, published as cover art for ''The Hunger'', the final installment in the ''Star Wars Galaxy of Fear'' series of books. An award-winning illustration artist, Chorney's artwork has been featured in over 120 motion picture campaigns, including ''Indiana Jones'', the James Bond franchise, and ''Who Framed Roger Rabbit''. Done in acrylic on board measuring 20'' x 28''. Signed ''Chorney'' at lower right. Near fine condition.

Minimum Bid: $2,500

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30/08/2018
Julie Andrews & Dick Van Dyke Signed Limited Edition ''Mary Poppins'' Artwork by Disney -- Created From Original Disney Animation Drawings
''Mary Poppins'' artwork signed by its stars, Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke, #264 in a limited edition of 500. Produced by Walt Disney Art Classics, this cel set-up entitled ''Tea Time With Mary'' depicts scene 62 of the film, made from the original Disney animation drawings. Released in 1964, ''Mary Poppins'' earned immediate acclaim, was nominated for 13 Academy Awards and took home five, including ''Best Picture'', ''Best Actress'' for Julie Andrews and ''Best Visual Effects''; it was the only Disney film to win ''Best Picture'' in Walt Disney's lifetime. Artwork measures 17.75'' x 11.5'', framed to 26.5'' x 20''. With original Disney paperwork sealed in pouch. Near fine condition.

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