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    Pirates of the Caribbean Attraction Poster (Walt Disney Productions, 1967). Very Fine on Linen. Disneyland Park Poster (52.75" X 35.25"). Collin Campbell Artwork.
    Original hand-pulled, silk-screened, full bleed Disneyland Park Entrance Poster. This first Pirates attraction at Disneyland opened on March 18, 1967 and the poster was designed by Collin Campbell. Further information can be found in the book The Poster Art of Disney Parks on page 48. Pirates, of course, is now the Johnny Depp franchise of movies of the same name. Captain Jack Sparrow fans, this is where it all began! There has been touchup to the corners for minor chips, and a tear on the bottom which goes into the letter "E" of ORLEANS. Still visible are two thin surface scuffs, and light surface wear in the black printing areas. What a great chance to own this very rare and original Disneyland display piece!

    Estimate: $3,000 - $6,000.

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