Heritage Auctions said the color poster, an advertisement for a "Mickey Mouse Sound Cartoon," is one of the earliest surviving images of the iconic character, ABC News reported Friday.
WENN.com said the poster sold for $101,575 to an unidentified buyer.
Grey Smith, director of movie poster auctions at Heritage Auctions, described the piece as "an important piece of pop culture treasure."
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