A 1935 Mickey Mouse Cel Animation Artwork to go under the hammer

I can’t make up my mind if I love Mickey Mouse more or Donald Duck, but I can safely say that I have enjoyed all the original Disney character’s escapades. But if you a collect of authentic Disney merchandise, it doesn’t get better than this! Up for grabs is one of the oldest art works of the first color cartoon than featured Mickey and the gang.

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Called as Mickey Mouse The Band Concert Production Cel Animation Art (Walt Disney, 1935), this is the first promotional artwork for the show. Touted to be the only piece of production setup currently existing, what makes the art rarer is that its one of the few paintings featuring all the characters on the Mickey Gang. Professionally restored by Ron Stark of S/R Laboratories the 12″ x 9.5″ picture come installed inside a 26.75″ x 22.75″ frame. Estimated at $32,500, the current bidding is at $38,837.50. The next bid will come at $41,825. Bidding closes soon, so hurry up!

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