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Charles Scott Gallery

Jay Ward Quake Cereal production animation cel from commercial Quaker 1967-1974 2

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$ 74.99 USD
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$ 74.99 USD

QUAKE Original Production Animation Cel from JAY WARD Studios commercial for Quaker

The original Quake, designed by Jay Ward, was a burly fellow with a miners cap. He was blamed for Quake Cereal being less popular than his sister cereal, Quisp. So, in 1967 he was redesigned as a cowboy. In 1973, Quake Cereal was discontinued after a voting contest staged between Quisp and Quake. This character made a brief reappearance in 1974, but that means this cel is at least 43 years old!

It is in good shape for it's age. It has some minor line loss and some small scuffs and marks, but Quake himself looks great (see pics). Note: the wave in the matted view is an exaggeration from our scanner. This is a classic Jay Ward character! We'll include a Charles Scott Gallery COA.

We've mounted this gorgeous piece of hand-drawn art in an acid-free, 4-ply paper mat that measures 11" x 14" - so just buy your own frame and hang it in your home gallery. Note: we only use archival/acid-free materials in mounting your artwork.

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