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DISNEY, Walt (inscr.); TAYLOR, Deems. Fantasia.
New York : 1940First edition, first printing. Inscribed by Walt Disney, "To David Von Kessell sincerely Walt Disney." David was the son of Disney Imagineer, Glendra von Kessel. Learn More£6,000.00
Stock Code: 111964
DISNEY, Walt. Alice in Wonderland production cel and master pan production background set-up. "I warn you, child... if I lose my temper, you lose your head!"
Hollywood : 1951This image appears in the original animation of Alice in Wonderland at the 1:12:00 mark. The background is marked "2069 Seq. 12.0 Sc 8.1" in the right margin. Learn More£15,000.00
Stock Code: 119892
DISNEY, Walt (inscr.); PALMER, H. Marion. Walt Disney's Surprise Package.
New York : 1944First edition, first printing. Inscribed on the verso of the front free endpaper in crayon to "Mimi Bonesteel, Happy Easter, Walt Disney." Learn More£5,000.00
Stock Code: 89991
DISNEY, Walt. Sketch Book [for the film Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.]
London : 1938First edition, first impression, of the first book in the Disney Sketchbook series, with sketches from Disney's first ever fully animated feature film. There was no contemporary US edition of this first book in the series, despite the film's American premier. Learn More£950.00
Stock Code: 141087
DISNEY, Walt. Walt Disney's version of Pinocchio Based on the famous story by Collodi.
New York : 1939One of 100 copies only of the original American edition, this copy a presentation to William ("Tex") Henson on the occasion of his 20th birthday in 1944, shortly after he joined Disney as an assistant animator. The front pastedown has the gift inscription "Best wishes to Bill Henson from William S. Henson June 1944 20 Birthday", the words in square... Learn More£3,000.00
Stock Code: 44640
DISNEY, Walt. Dancing ostrich from Fantasia.
Burbank : 1940An original celluloid painting used in the Walt Disney production of Fantasia. The animated film was first released in the US in 1940, this image is of an ostrich dancing from the "Dance of the Hours" scene. Learn More£2,750.00
Stock Code: 141111
DAHL, Roald. The Gremlins.
New York : 1943First edition, first printing. Roald Dahl's first book and his only collaboration with Walt Disney, The Gremlins was written as a promotional device for a feature-length Disney animation that was never produced, partly because the studio could not establish firm copyright in the "gremlin" characters (Dahl claimed to have invented them, though they had... Learn More£1,800.00
Stock Code: 131644
DISNEY, Walt. Pinocchio production cel of a Dutch milk maid from the"Give a Little Whistle sequence".
Burbank : 1940An original Pinocchio production cel, with an early inscription. Blue pencil signature and inscription, "To Peggy Fox, from Walt Disney," (possibly studio hand) on a brown 4.25 x 2 inch card affixed to the mat of an original production cel featuring a little Dutch milk maid, who was one of the carved characteras featured on the clock in Geppetto's workshop... Learn More£5,000.00
Stock Code: 102774
DISNEY, Walt. Original artwork for the Walt Disney Song Book: "Cinderella".
An original gouache illustration for the Walt Disney Song Book (1971). It features an appealing image of Cinderella getting ready for the ball, featuring several key characters and elements of the animated film, including the Fairy Godmother, the Pumpkin Coach, and the Castle. In the late 1940s Walt Disney Productions was on the brink of bankruptcy... Learn More£1,250.00
Stock Code: 133724
DISNEY, Walt. Away We Go [Donald Duck skating from] On Ice.
Burbank : 1999An original painting of Donald Duck ice skating produced for the Walt Disney Classics Collections to be used as a design for a figurine or publicity relating to the figurine. This image was drawn after an original image from Disney's 1935 cartoon "On Ice". Learn More£500.00
Stock Code: 141131
DISNEY, Walt. Director's Manual:
California : 1936A collection of 13 mimeographed manuscripts giving a fascinating insight into Disney's internal training program for the animators. The collection comprises: two lectures by Don Graham discussing general animation theory and practice; a bulletin discussing "How to Catch, Build and Maintain the Interest of the Spectator in the Picture"; character sketches... Learn More£3,850.00
Stock Code: 118414
DISNEY, Walt (prod.); BROWN, Margaret Wise. The Ugly Duckling.
Boston : 1939First edition, first printing. A fantastic group of original Disney Studio celluloids. Due to accurate representations being distorted with some license holders, Disney decided that in-house illustrators were their best option in accurate representations of their characters, which resulted in stories such as this one having its illustrations as celluloid... Learn More£5,550.00
Stock Code: 98003
RODGERS, Mary. Freaky Friday.
New York : 1972First edition, first printing. Freaky Friday was adapted into two Walt Disney films, the 1976 version, which introduced Jodie Foster and the 2003 remake starring Lindsey Lohan. The striking dust jacket was designed by Edward Gorey. Learn More£150.00
Stock Code: 141279
DISNEY, Walt (inscr.); THOMAS, Bob. Walt Disney: the Art of Animation.
New York : 1958First edition, first printing. Inscribed by Walt Disney on the verso of the front free endpaper, "To Vita Best Wishes Walt Disney." Additionally it is inscribed by Roy Disney and contains the signatures of more than 100 other people in the Walt Disney Studio, including seven of "The Nine Old Men" who were the key animators of the studio, this copy with... Learn More£8,750.00
Stock Code: 138684
DISNEY, Walt - OUSSENKO, Alexis. Original artwork for Bambi sticker book.
Berne : [c.1950]A remarkable and unique collection of original gouache designs by illustrator Alexis Oussenko. These designs depict Disney's Bambi and were produced for a Bambi and Cinderella sticker book published as a collectible album by the Swiss chocolate company Tobler in French, German, and Italian. The 32 designs collected here are mounted in the final page... Learn More£15,000.00
Stock Code: 137327
DISNEY, Walt. Bambi.
New York : 1941First edition thus, first printing. Presentation copy inscribed "To Janet with best wishes Walt Disney" on the half title. Walt Disney acquired the rights for Bambi in 1937 from a producer and director of the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer after the project was deemed too difficult. Indeed, the technical challenge of rendering a realistic animation of... Learn More£8,750.00
Stock Code: 109256
DAHL, Roald. The Gremlins.
London and Glasgow : First UK edition, preceded by the first US edition of the previous year. A special copy, bound for presentation, signed by 32 assorted dignitaries, probably at a special dinner in London in aid of the RAF Benevolent Fund. The eclectic group of signatories include Air Marshall Richard Peck, Assistant Chief of Air Staff, London, and Dahl's superior, to... Learn More£12,500.00
Stock Code: 83206
GRAHAME, Kenneth. Dream Days.
London and New York, : 1902First illustrated edition, first published in 1898. A sequel to Grahame's Golden Age. Dream Days is best noted for it's inclusion of the story, The Reluctant Dragon, which served as the basis for the 1941 Walt Disney animated film of the same name. Learn More£325.00
Stock Code: 107336
RODGERS, Mary. Freaky Friday; A Billion for Boris; Summer Switch.
New York : 1972-82First editions, first printings. The first and last title inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper to children's librarian Amy Kellman and family, "dear Amy, Sy, Jenny, and Sue, next time I am here the whole family will be here please! Much Love Mary (Rodgers) Nov. 4, 1983." and Summer Switch inscribed as follows, " For Amy and Sy and absent... Learn More£2,000.00
Stock Code: 92633
GRAHAME, Kenneth. Dream Days.
New York, : 1902First US edition of the illustrated edition, variant binding with Dodd Mead copyright, John Lane title page, Dodd Mead spine imprint. First printed in London the same year by John Lane. A sequel to Grahame's Golden Age. Dream Days is best noted for it's inclusion of the story, The Reluctant Dragon, which served as the basis for the 1941 Walt... Learn More£175.00
Stock Code: 112013
(BAUM, L. Frank.) Ruth Plumly Thompson Autograph letter signed.
1938A very warm and chatty letter from the then current writer of the Oz stories, Ruth Plumly Thompson, who was the next writer of the series after L. Frank Baum. The letter discusses all things current in Oz, including the new titles. Thompson shares her thoughts on the plays and films: "The Wizard of Oz is being made into a musical and while I suppose... Learn More£825.00
Stock Code: 106424
NIELSEN, Kay (illus.) East of the Sun and West of the Moon.
London : First edition, first impression. Inscribed by the illustrator on the verso of the front free endpaper, "To Miss Bernadine Murphy with my kindest regards, Kay Nielsen, April 1947". Loosely inserted is a one-page autograph letter signed by Nielsen to the book's owner and dated October 10, 1948. Nielsen thanks Murphy for what seems to have been her attempt... Learn More£6,000.00
Stock Code: 79481