Discover an Exceptionally Rare Opportunity to Own a Piece of Disney Legend Claude Coats’ Legacy! Act NOW and seize this exceedingly rare opportunity to possess the very paintbrushes used by Claude Coats during his tenure as a background painter and color stylist at The Walt Disney Studios.
Certified by Claude’s son, Alan Coats, complete with his estate signature, each brush is a genuine piece of Disney animation history, meticulously authenticated to have been used by Claude Coats himself in the creation of cinematic masterpieces for the likes of Cinderella (1950), Alice in Wonderland (1951), Peter Pan (1953), and Lady and the Tramp (1955). This is a very limited-edition of only fifteen (15) different paint brushes from the Claude Coats estate. There will be NO MORE!
These brushes were part of Claude Coats’ legacy, marking the last Disney animated films he worked on before embarking on his Imagineer journey, helping Walt Disney build Disneyland.
Each of these fifteen paint brushes is a unique work of art, bearing its own distinct character, and they are priced based on their mesmerizing visual appeal, patina, and brush size. These paint brushes are each mounted on a certificate of authenticity, numbered, and hand signed by Alan Coats. They are framed in an 8 ½” X 11” black shadowbox ready for display.
Don’t let this extraordinary opportunity pass you by—this is a once-in-a-lifetime chance to own an authentic piece of rare Disney history. Secure your piece of magic NOW!