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Disneyland Paris, From Sketch to Reality (Original run)


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  • Disneyland Paris, From Sketch to Reality (Original run)

    New to the forum, so be kind. I started a new thread as all the old threads about this are closed.

    I was showing the book to my four year old son, who has never been to DLP, and I was curious as to whether the book was worth anything. As you can imagine, my eyes nearly popped out of my head when I saw the prices! I told him if we could sell it, then I'd take him to DLP for his 5th birthday.

    Anyway, it's an original, first pressing, numbered Collector's edition with the lithographs, and I wonder if it's signed by Didier Ghez? I've attached a photo. It looks like real pen when I feel it and look from the other side.

    Can anyone shed any light on it?

    (Sorry it hasn't attached as I'd hoped, but you can see where the signature is.)

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