The Country Cousin (1936)|
Key master set-up of A Cat.
The cat appears at 7:33, while its tail appears at 7:36.
This amazing piece was actually found inside a puzzle box! This is the first time this piece has been released to the collector's market.
The cel has become slightly wavy which is fairly common for production material of this kind. There are four staples securing the cels to the background, one in each corner, which could be easily matted out. There is evidence of handling along the edges of the background, as well as evidence of some foxing along the edges, all of which could be easily matted out. There is some paint separation and very slight cracking in the white tip of the cat's tail. There is evidence of some very slight linewear in the cat's tail. There is evidence of some very slight foxing in the cat's right paw. There is evidence of three tiny pinholes, one in the upper right corner, upper left corner, and halfway along the upper edge, which could be easily matted out. There is evidence of some tiny flecks of foxmarks throughout.
The size of this piece is 12 Field (11"x13") and the size of the image is 4.5" h x 8" w.
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