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729   King Arthur, Merlin, and Sir Ector production cel and production background from The Sword in the Stone  $300 $300 $330 1 You must login to place a bid.

#729 - King Arthur, Merlin, and Sir Ector production cel and production background from The Sword in the Stone

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Description                           Estimate: $3,500+          

(Walt Disney Studios, 1963) Fantastic original production cel and production background from The Sword in the Stone, showing King Arthur, Merlin, and Sir Ector conversing within the castle courtyard. The cel is placed on an original production background from the same film. Total image measures 9.75 x 9, with a mat opening of 15 x 11. This piece is also framed to an overall size of 22 x 18. In fine condition. With strong colors and a detailed medieval backdrop, this is an exceptional display piece from a decidedly uncommon title.


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