The Three 3 Stooges Pop Art Plate Nyuk Nyuk Soitenly A Lifetime Of Laughter
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The Three 3 Stooges Pop Art Plate Nyuk Nyuk Soitenly A Lifetime Of Laughter:
This listing is for a Three Stooges collector plate entitled "Pop Art" by the Franklin Mint.
The Franklin Mint created the ultimate collectible series called "A Lifetime of Laughter." The series features 12wonderfully detailed plateseach created by Drew Struzan."The Lifetime of Laughter" was released in two series. The first series was released in 1993-1994 and consisted of 6 plates. "Pop Art" is one of those initial six.
This striking 8-inch fine porcelain plate isbordered and individually hand numbered in gold. The comical scene depicted on this plate is very distinctive with bright, sharp images of the Stooges. This plateis in excellent condition and a truly cool piece of artwork that would make a perfect gift fora Three Stooges fanor a neat addition to your own collection.
Shipping and handling will be via Priority Mail. I offer a shipping discount for multiple purchases if you're interested in any of the other collector plates I have listed.
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