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--- animation Concept Piece
  Warner Bros (c.1950s)
Concept piece
The image area measures 4.75" x 6.5".

There is a small amount of paper missing in the upper left corner which measures .5" x .5".
Signed by: Maurice Noble

The size of this piece is 12 Field (11"x13")
US$ 800 (framed).
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  Back Alley Oproar (1948)
Master background
There is a small dedication toward the lower left corner which reads: "Paul Julian For Marjorie, with Good Wishes and Stuff - 1947"
The background occurs in the very first scene after the opening credits in which Porky is in the window putting on his pajamas. He then turns off the light, in which Sylvester crawls up onto the fence and begins 'singing'.
As visible in the image, there is slight discoloration around the extreme edges. There is a protective cel which is held in place by pieces of tape, which have yellowed over the years. The extreme corners show slight evidence of slight wear.
Signed by: Paul Julian

The size of this piece is 12 Field (11"x13")
 (unframed).

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Bugs Bunny
Bugs Bunny animation Production Cel
  Warner Bros (c.1950s)
Production cel of Bugs Bunny The cel exhibits some paint separation-- most notably in cheeks. The image has been sealed with a clear sealant as was not uncommon for art of this era. Slight line wear.
The size of this piece is 12 Field (11"x13")
US$ 550 (unframed).
Add this piece to your collection for only US$110 a month.

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Bugs Bunny animation Production Cel
  Baby Buggy Bunny (1954)
Production cel of Bugs Bunny Only a few areas of paint lifting mainly in right foot, cheek, tail stomach and ear. Slight line transference from a cel that would have been beneath it so that there are a few small specks of black near his chin and tail. There is a light layer of clear sealant, barely visible, around the character which is not unusual for WB cels of this age. These areas are not visible from a distance and restoration is an option but not necessary.
The size of this piece is 12 Field (11"x13")
US$ 650 (unframed).
Add this piece to your collection for only US$130 a month.

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Bugs Bunny animation Production Cel
  Bugs and Thugs (1954)
Production cel of Bugs Bunny
This is a super cool cel of Bugs Bunny right after Mugsy "Let him Have It."
There is clear sealant on the painted side of the character. There is evidence of paint lifting along the feet, cheek, gun, and neck. There is evidence of slight line wear, mostly along the toes, whiskers and hand. The cel is slightly wavy.
The size of this piece is 12 Field (11"x13") and the character size is 5.5" h x 2" w.
 (unframed).

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Bugs Bunny animation Production Cel
  Warner Bros Studios
Production cel of Bugs Bunny
The size of this piece is 12 Field (11"x13") and the character size is 10" h x 5" w.
 (unframed).

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Bugs Bunny animation Production Cel
  Falling Hare (1943)
Production cel of Bugs Bunny and Gremlin
Directed by Robert Clampett, cels from this era are hard to come by due to the fact that this was produced during the war, and cels were frequently wiped down and reused due to lack of materials. This production cel of Bugs Bunny and the Gremlin is a rare find and would be a fantastic addition to any animation collection. Taking a nod from Disney’s character designs the team at Warner Bros. created the Gremlin as one of the few antagonists to get the best of Bugs Bunny.
The frame measures 19" x 20.5" while the aperture measures 9" x 11".
The size of this piece is 12 Field (11"x13") and the character size is 8" h x 6" w.
 (framed).

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Bugs Bunny animation Production Cel
  Devil May Hare (1954)
Production cel of Bugs Bunny
This is a fantastic cel and sling-shot effects are on the same cel layer! A tiny bit of paint missing and separation in the ear areas and only slight paint separation in his hand, tummy, legs and foot. All condition are very typical for art of this age and can be restored if the buyer wishes, however we do not feel it's necessary.
The size of this piece is 12 Field (11"x13")
 (unframed).

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Bugs Bunny animation Production Cel
  Devil May Hare (1954)
Production cel of Bugs Bunny
This is a great pose of Bugs showing off his sexy leg! The few areas of paint separation can be restored is the buyer chooses to do so. The areas that the condition exists are mainly: feet, hands, neck ears and eye.
The size of this piece is 12 Field (11"x13")
 (unframed).

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Bugs Bunny animation Production Cel
  Mad as Mars Hare (1963)
Production cel of Bugs Bunny
This is an absolutely fantastic Bugs cel for anyone who likes Bugs on Mars!
The size of this piece is 12 Field (11"x13") and the character size is 3" h x 8" w.
 (unframed).

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Bugs Bunny animation Production Cel
  Baby Buggy Bunny (1954)
Production cel of Bugs Bunny
This is a great pose of Bugs! All paint is intact and only three very minute areas exist where paint is lifting from cel. These areas are in the foot, stomach, and the tip of his finger. There is a light layer of clear sealant, barely visible, around the character which is not unusual for WB cels of this age.
The size of this piece is 12 Field (11"x13")
 (unframed).

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Bugs Bunny animation Production Cel
  Baby Buggy Bunny (1954)
Production cel of Bugs Bunny
You can almost hear Bugs say "What's up doc?". This is a fantastic pose of classic bugs! Paint separation only exists in a few very small areas located in the feet, ears, leg and a very small area of his left cheek. These areas are not visible at short distance. There is a light layer of clear sealant, barely visible, around the character which is not unusual for WB cels of this age.
The size of this piece is 12 Field (11"x13")
 (unframed).

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Bugs Bunny animation Production Cel
  My Bunny Lies over the Sea (1948)
Production cel of Bugs Bunny
Awesome expression from this classic Wabbit!! Things always heat up when you get under his skin!! Very nicely sized character with a great wink and wide open mouth!! A laser print background may be added to this piece at no extra charge.
The frame measures 18"x18".
Cel is slightly wavy which is not uncommon for animation cels of this age. Slight line wear . The light reflection is visible in the web image only and is not on the actual piece.
Signed by: Chuck Jones

The size of this piece is 12 Field (11"x13") and the character size is 9" h x 4.5" w.
 (framed).

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Bugs Bunny animation Production Cel
  My Bunny Lies over the Sea (1948)
Production cel of Bugs Bunny
Awesome portrait of our favorite wabbit! Super facial expression!!
Framed, this piece measures 16.5"x19".
Price is reflective of the art only--the piece comes with the frame pictured. There is no change in price due to the frame--it can be de-framed upon request at purchase but will not change the price of the piece
The size of this piece is 12 Field (11"x13") and the character size is 9" h x 4.75" w.
 (unframed).

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Foghorn Leghorn
Foghorn Leghorn animation Production Cel
  Weasel While You Work (1958)
Production cel of Foghorn Leghorn
The cel of Foghorn Leghorn is from "Weasel While You Work" from 1958 while the weasel in the second cel is from "Weasel Stop" from 1956.
The two production cels are affixed to a hand-painted background at the top by tape.
There is tape residue along the extreme right and left edges of both cels. There is some tape and tape residue on the painted background; an area 0.5" x 5.0" halfway across the upper edge and some spots of residue halfway across the lower edge. These can all be easily matted out. The brown paint from the character Foghorn Leghorn’s tail has adhered to the bottom cel, but there is no paint loss or paint separation.
The size of this piece is 12 Field (11"x13") and the character size is 5.75" h x 10.25" w.
 (unframed).

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Porky Pig
Porky Pig animation Production Cel
  Pied Piper Porky (1939)
Production cel of Porky Pig and a cat
Porky quickly abandons his magic flute, when he is unable to rid the town of one remaining rogue rat, and opts for an "Old-Fashioned Mouse Trap". Unfortunately for Porky his new mouse catcher is a big scaredy-cat. This scene from the film appears at 3:50.
The cel exhibits slight signs of handling. There is tape residue at the lower corners and located 0.5" below the left peg hole is a very minor chip of 0.06" x 0.125" to the celluloid at the extreme lower edge. There are five small tears of 0.25" long in the right peg hole and 0.75" from the character’s arm are two pinpoint imprints by the extreme lower right edge. There is evidence of medium line wear to Porky Pig’s left ear and face and some slight line wear throughout.
The size of this piece is 12 Field (11"x13") and the character size is 9" h x 10.25" w.
US$ 2400 (unframed).
Add this piece to your collection for only US$480 a month.

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