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Original Universal Cartoon Studios Animation Cell Autographed by Kevin Sorbo (Hercules)
Description of Display
Kevin Sorbo has put up for sale to fans a limited few of his original animation cells from the direct-to-video feature from Universal Studios which starred the voices of Kevin and Lucy Lawless. They were joined by their co-stars Michael Hurst as Lolaus ad Renee O'Conner as Gabrielle.
These animation cells are extremely rare and have been signed by Kevin. They are the original production art from 'Hercules & Xena: The Battle of Mt. Olympus.' Each production cell is accompanied by a laser color background from the original key-master background. To ensure the authenticity of this set-up, a specially designed gold seal has been heat-pressed on the original cell.
Each one in framed with perspex front and back, the original Certificate of Authenticity from Universal Cartoon Studios Inc is also framed under the rear side perspex. All items also come with the Unconditional Letter of Guarantee from Greenlight Corporate Pty Ltd/Greenlight Corporate Inc.
The photo used in our store for this listing is the item you are purchasing as it is a one of a kind Autographed Animation Cell Display. The Animation Cell in the photo is the one you will receive.
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Delivery & Dispatch Times
Greenlight Corporate sends all items by Australia Post. Orders will be dispatched within 7 Business Days from date of Order Confirmation. If you require urgent delivery please notify us during checkout of the time frame you require your purchase, we are accommodating and will try to dispatch earlier where possible. All care is taken when packaging and sending your purchase. We use MDF board to help prevent perspex breakage and label our boxes with "Fragile perspex" and "Top Load". åÊ