While these are items trimmed from standard sheets, they all represent unique character poses. While some may argue the value is reduced because they are trimmed, each sheet in the scrapbook presents a special "snap shot" into the life of the Studio and the people that worked for Disney at the time -- which has a special value all its own.
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From “Country Cousin” (1936). Pencils of Monty and Abner. From “Ingeborg Willy’s Scrapbook” (1936-1937). A scrapbook of photos, pencil drawings and other items put together by Ingeborg Willy, who was an inker for Disney from 11/23/36 to 11/26/41 and who died in 1999. Acquired 1998. SeqID-0243 Updated: 7/28/2005