Limited Edition Collector’s Print – Nov 18, 2012

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This limited-edition Museum Print features an image of a hungry, "meow"-ing Mooch — along with his doting guardian Millie, who responds by hurriedly arranging a fine dining meal complete with a covered dish and flowers. "The shervice here is impeccable," says Mooch. This strip was originally published on November 18, 2012. All Museum Prints are hand-signed by Patrick McDonnell and printed on 140lb., acid-free, tree-free paper. Each is numbered (edition of 100) and includes an embossed seal.
Product Details
  • Artwork size14.5" x 4.5" & 8" x 9.75"
  • Paper type140 lb, acid-free, chlorine-free, neutral pH
  • Size17" x 11"
  • FeaturesEmbossed seal, numbered and signed

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This limited-edition Museum Print features an image of a hungry, "meow"-ing Mooch — along with his doting guardian Millie, who responds by hurriedly arranging a fine dining meal complete with a covered dish and flowers. "The shervice here is impeccable," says Mooch. This strip was originally published on November 18, 2012. All Museum Prints are hand-signed by Patrick McDonnell and printed on 140lb., acid-free, tree-free paper. Each is numbered (edition of 100) and includes an embossed seal.

Product Details

  • Artwork size14.5" x 4.5" & 8" x 9.75"
  • Paper type140 lb, acid-free, chlorine-free, neutral pH
  • Size17" x 11"
  • FeaturesEmbossed seal, numbered and signed
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Jim Mc Connell

As someone who appreciated not only the humor but the artistry of Patrick Mc Donnell, I thought I would add this image to my home. After receiving it and having it framed, it hangs (among other cherished items ) In the room where it belongs. In the kitchen, where I spend many moments trying what to feed to my finicky cats as well as myself (another finicky person who loves rather to be served than to prepare meals).

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