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    A Walt Disney Signed Needlepoint of Mickey Mouse, Circa 1940s. Beige-colored linen, image of a cute, waving Mickey Mouse on front above his name, partially started needlepoint (but nowhere near finished), signed in blue foutain pen ink in the upper left corner "Walt Disney," printed text on back reads "Copyright by Walt Disney Prod. Ltd. Vogue Needlecraft / Use Picture Frame No 28BM Sold in F.W. Woolworth Co's Stores." (Please note there is yellowing and staining mostly on the bottom surface and back but the autograph is not affected.)
    10" x 8"


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    Auction Dates
    August, 2014
    23rd Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 4
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