Signed works and books from the most famous Artists of our time; Picasso, Chagall, Dali, Warhol, etc. Plus signed memorabilia from the greatest sports and iconic legends of all time, Babe Ruth, Ali, Pele, Neil Armstrong and more.
A growing collection of very rare Disney art, drawings, story boards and original print. The most recent pieces featured came from two of the largest collections of original, hand-drawn, vintage Disney animation art ever offered at auction. The sale featured animation drawings, as well as original concept, layout and storyboard drawings featuring characters beloved by generations of fans.
Here you'll find original comic art, commissioned sketches and cover color proofs. The above image is a great action shot of Superman battling Mongul, original art cover by Ryan Sook. This is a growing page for us, please stay tuned as we plan on updating this page more in the near future.
"It all started with a Mouse" - Walt Disney. There is no character more highly regarded globally than the beloved Mickey Mouse: Here it is... The only known Key-Frame Animation Drawing from Plane Crazy (1928), the undisputed king of animation Grails. It features the first appearance of Mickey Mouse, the drawing and release pre-dates Steamboat Willie, and was released as a silent cartoon for a test audience. This particular drawing was done by Walt Disney's partner and lead animator Ub Iwerks and is a rare keyframe matching two piece drawing. What make this even more rare and desirable is the Ub Iwerks own notation on drawing #300, outlining this as the opening scene and would be used as reference for drawings 301-330 (Mickey and Minnie in the plane). There have been less than 50 authentic original drawings from Plane Crazy that have come to market and none have had any notations or outlines by none other than Ub Iwerks for future drawings making it a "key-frame" or "key" animation drawing. The only other known focal piece with the first appearance of Mickey with specific notes by Ub Iwerks are the infamous original Plane Crazy storyboards outlining the story and Mickey Mouse donated to the Library of Congress years ago and are valued in the Millions. *Not For Sale*
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