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Bram Stoker would be surprised to discover the 1970's reincarnation of his monster as a Muppet, employed to teach children how to count on Sesame Street. But the Count has been one of the most popular characters on the show and millions learned their numbers from him. This production portfolio for game #6563 (later re-issued as #8910) contains: original 12" x 15" cover painting (W/C w/overlay); original 12-1/2" x 16" platform painting (W/C); original art for wheel with 20 different original art figures (W/C 12" round); original side panel art of The Count (W/C - four different figures); prog.'s; proofs; two bklt. mech.'s; mounted cover proof; cover mech. w/original tissue drawing; laminated bklt. proof, five different proof acetate sheets added for game #8102, and an EX game.
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The Counts Colorforms Castle (Sesame Street) - 1977
"The Counts Colorforms Castle" (Sesame Street) - 1977
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Minimum Bid: $500
Final Bid(Includes Buyers Premium): $575
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Auction closed on: 12/18/2003