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Auction History Result

Lot #: v319 SANTA'S WORKSHOP linen 1sh '32 Walt Disney classic!

Date Sold 12/17/2005
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Appears in Vintage Hollywood Posters 9

The image at right appears in the auction catalog we published as shown above and was sold long ago and we do NOT have it available for purchase.

An Original Vintage Theatrical Linenbacked One-Sheet Movie Poster (measures 27" x 41") (Learn More)

Santa's Workshop, the 1932 Wilfred Jackson Walt Disney Silly Symphonies animated animation cartoon short ("Mickey Mouse presents a Walt Disney Silly Symphony"; "In TECHNICOLOR!"). Note that this cartoon has a wonderful Christmas theme, and that Walt Disney went all out to create a fantastic one-sheet that shows a very jolly Santa and three of his elves buried in letters they received from children with their Christmas wishes! I have never seen or heard of another example of this wonderful poster!
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Important Added Info: Note that only in the very early 1930s (likely 1932 and part of 1933), United Artists had Walt Disney create individual posters for the entries in the "Silly Symphony" series. After a time, Walt Disney solely made stock one-sheets for the Silly Symphony cartoons (likely because few theaters ordered the individual posters). Both the individual posters and the stock posters are EXTREMELY rare, and very few examples are known to exist of any of these posters.

Condition: good to very good. The poster had paper loss down the vertical foldline and a lesser amount across the horizontal foldlines, and someone many years ago put clear tape on the back of all the foldlines. Prior to linenbacking, the restorer removed all of the tape from the reverse, which resulted in areas of uneven paper loss on all the foldlines. The most notable paper loss was at the right edge of red of Santa's cap and part of the right part of his mouth. A really expert restorer spent a great deal of time touching up all of the foldlines by hand, solely restoring the small missing areas along the foldlines (there were some tears, creases, and tiny areas of paper loss in the borders, and those were expertly restored as well). The poster looks wonderful in person, just as it does in our digital image. You can tell there has been some restoration along the foldlines, but it is not at all distracting, and without studying the poster from an inch away, you have no sense of where exactly the restoration was, and yet, because the restoration WAS solely in the damaged fold areas, you have no sense of a heavily restored poster, and in fact, the poster looks as though it has not had much restoration at all, when viewed from any distance (if this poster is ever auctioned in any other auction, it is extremely likely that it would be solely described as being in quite nice condition, and by some measures, it truly is!). This poster looks great, and I can't imagine a movie poster collector (or cartoon fan, or a Christmas collector, etc) who would not love to have this great poster displayed on their wall!
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