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    The Animal World (Warner Brothers, 1956). Autographed One Sheet (27" X 41"). Documentary.
    Narrated by John Storm and Theodore von Eltz. Directed by Irwin Allen. An unrestored poster that displays signs of use. May include slight edge and fold wear, minor fold separations, creases, tears, pinholes, light surface scuffs, misfolds, and chips in the borders and folds. The poster is signed, "Ray Harryhausen," who did the dinosaur animation for the film. Heritage believes the autograph in this lot to be authentic, but know before bidding that no Certificate of Authenticity is provided. Please see full-color, enlargeable image above for more details. Artwork by Gustav Rehberger. Folded, Fine/Very Fine.


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    Auction Dates
    December, 2016
    18th Sunday
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