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"Figaro Fertilizer" Limited Edition Sericel (1992)

Chuck Jones

Legendary animation director Chuck Jones is one of the most revered animators, directors and writers in the history of animation. A career spanning over 60 years, with more than 300 animated films, winning three Oscars as director and in 1996 an honorary Oscar for Lifetime Achievement.  We are pleased to offer Looney Tunes fans a second chance at owning some of Chuck's best SOLD-OUT limited edition cels.

"Figaro Fertilizer" Limited Edition Sericel (1992)


"Figaro Fertilizer" Limited Edition Sericel (1992)


Limited Edition Serigraph Cel
Edition Size: 9500
Directed by Chuck Jones
Produced By: Warner Bros./ Linda Jones
Size: 16" x 20" inches (unframed)
Release Date: 1992
Worldwide Shipping (FedEx): $30 USD

Item Code:  WB-000366

Comic Mint is pleased to offer Looney Tunes fans this classic scene from "The Barber of Seville" featuring Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd in this sold out limited edition sericel entitled: "Figaro Fertilizer".

This beautiful sericel measures 16" x 20" inches, and is a 9500 piece limited edition. The cel has the official Warner Bros. Studio gold seal (lower corner) and is accompanied with a certificate of authenticity. The artwork is in pristine condition, SUPERB !!!

A sericel is an image that has been specifically designed for the collector's market and produced utilizing silkscreen techniques. The image is hand inked onto a master cel from which the serigrapher then creates silkscreened lines for the special limited edition. Hand cut screens are created for each of the vibrant colors of the sericel. Upon completion of the silk screening process, the screens are destroyed. The original artwork is vaulted in the Warner Bros. Animation archives.   


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