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    Mickey Mouse Stock Poster (United Artists, 1932-33). One Sheet (27" X 41"). Created in 1928 by Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks and voiced by Walt Disney himself, Mickey Mouse brought its creator to the attention of the world and helped established Disney's reputation as a creative genius. "Born" on November 18, 1928, the release date of "Steamboat Willie," the anthropomorphic mouse has evolved from a simple character in animated cartoons and comic strips to one of the most recognizable symbols in the world. United Artists picked up the Disney franchise when Columbia dropped him in 1932 and this rare stock sheet was probably the first sheet to be distributed by the studio's new distributor. This incredibly rare poster, featuring Mickey in one of his most iconic poses, is seldom seen in a grade good enough to stand alone without restoration. However, in this particular example, the color and condition of this historic piece are both absolutely superb. There is a slight double horizontal and vertical foldline, faint staining in the bottom left corner, minor crossfold separations at the centerpoint with small tears, and light soiling in the foldlines, as well as edge wear with small tears and mild corner creasing. Bright, vibrant colors highlight this newly found and unrestored beauty! Fine/Very Fine.



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