DANCE OF THE HOURS FROM WALT DISNEY'S FANTASIA
New York, Harper & Brothers, (1940).
First edition, first printing. Thin 4to. (38)pp. Pictorial paper over boards, bright yellow cloth spine,
decorated endpapers. Each page illustrated in either black & white or color with scenes from the Fantasia
production. A near fine copy, with only the barest trace of soil and with a trace of wear along the edges.
The dustwrapper is present.
It is not priceclipped and it is lightly soiled and rubbed else in very good
condition. A scarce early Disney title.
WALT DISNEY WAR BOND CERTIFICATE
Washington, U. S. Gvernment Printing Office, 1944
Single sheet on heavy paper 8 by 10 inches. Captioned "United States
Treasury War Finance Committee" and framed with Disney characters
in full color: The Seven Dwarfs, Mickey, Pinocchio, Donald, a Pig,
Goofy, Bambi, Cleo, Donald's nephews, Thumper, José Carioca, Pluto
and Bambi's mother. This is the genuine government printing on
cream colored paper; Donald's eyes are correctly printed; the paper is
watermarked with the US Eagle. Completed on April 25, 1945, by
Sarah Carey as a gift from Agnes Curran Dietrick to John J. Dietrick
Jr. A tiny old blemish just below Mickey else this is a fine example.
WALT DISNEY STUDY PRINTS:
NO. 103, SCHOOL SAFETY SET
Glendale, Walt Disney Educational Media Company, n.d., ca. 1960.
A set of nine posters based on the Walt Disney 16 mm. motion
I'm No Fool
series starring Jiminy Cricket. The posters are
approximately 13 by 18 inches. The reverse gives an explanation of the
picture on the obverse, which is printed in full color and features a
safety scene with a Disney character. The subjects are: 103A, Use
Halls Correctly; 103B, Be Careful on Stairways; 103C, Don't Show
off in the Auditorium; 103D, Make Your Classroom a Safe Place;
103E, To Be Safe Wait Your Turn; 103F, Play Games Safely; 103G,
Use Playground Equipment Properly; 103H, Emergency Drills are Important; and 103I, Be Careful Around Animals at School. A
fine set with only trace of wear.,