|Description:||limited addition hand painted for walt disney employees "am i a real boy" "just one bite"|
|Condition:||in perfect condtion have still in original box that was mailed to the employee|
|Origin:||they belong to my neighbor who wants me to sell it on Ebay. her brother worked for disney and passed away 2 years ago|
|Appraised By:||Sara Kinch|
|Appraiser Comments:||Thank you for the information. The two individual artworks submitted for inquiry are limited-edition animation cels, which are produced as serigraphic cels with hand-painted enhancements. The animation cels (celluloids) were created by the staff of artists who are known as the "Ink & Paint Team" and who are employed at the Studios Animation Gallery at Walt Disney World Resort, Florida. Mark Seppala, James Bonserio, Erin Magill, Theodora M. DeLaney, David Rippberger, Lynn Rippberger and Sharon K. Vincent are some of the artists who created the unique cels. The two individual cels are titled "Just One Bite" (from the Disney film "Snow White" 1938) and "Am I A Real Boy?" (from the Disney film "Pinocchio" 1940). Both prints are produced in limited-editions of 250 cels. "Just One Bite" is the 43rd print in the limited-edition of 250 prints and this information is noted at the lower right-hand corner of the print. "Am I A Real Boy" is the 219th print in the limited editon of 250 prints in the edition, also noted at the lower right-hand corner of the print.. The two artworks which you possess are created after the films and are not production cels used to create the animated films. The cels that you possess were most likely published in 1990 and they are based on the artwork from the original production cels. The values stated within this appraisal are for the two individual animated cels as one set. Thank you for your inquiry. Sara Kinch|
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