Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Recent WDCC Sell Throughs!

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Enesco announced the recent sell-throughs on the following pieces from the original Walt Disney Classics Collection.

Snow White and Prince Charming - Numbered Limited Edition (NLE) of 750 sculpted by Dusty Horner.   

"Fairytale Ending" was the final sculpture released in the collection by Enesco, LLC.  A very fitting sculpture and appropriately named honoring not only Walt's first animated film, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs but Disney's first Princess as well.

The sculpture bears a 75th Anniversary backstamp in honor of the film's release and a 20th Anniversary Walt Disney Classics Collection backstamp.

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Tinker Bell - Open Edition release sculpted by Margi Wray.

"Mischief Maker" was released in July, 2010.  The two-piece featured Tinker Bell and the Inkwell, capturing the moment when Tinker Bell is dipping her foot into the ink to mark Peter Pan's hideout on Captain Hook's map and betray his location.

Tinker Bell attaches to Inkwell with a magnet.  The lid is not made to close but stay open.

Tinker Bell and Inkwell were retired December, 2012.

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Goofy - Numbered Limited Edition (NLE) of 1,000 sculpted by Patrick Romandy-Simmons.

"All Downhill From Here" is from the 1941 animated short, The Art of Skiing. Goofy is plussed with pewter ears and bronze ski poles.

Contact your Authorized Walt Disney Classics Collection retailers for availability. 

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