This is a wonderfully bright and clear figure of Robin holding the hand of Prince John (I think). The entire picture has some waviness from the effects of varying temperatures and humidity over the years as it interacted with the "new" discovery of lamination. Robin has a little of the waving in his clothes but it looks like it's just the natural movement of fabric. The waves are most noticeable in the white background. NOTE: At the top of the picture you can see where the original paper edge shows beneath the frame and on the top left corner of that paper you will see a metal staple.I read where seeing one of the artists staples shows how unaware Disney was of how important each of the thousands of drawings would become. Sometimes they were just yanked off their drawing boards haphazardly, removing too much of the top of the paper. There is a crease going up from Robin's headscarf and a small thin one on the upper left side of the top of the paper. His scarf has a very very tiny tinge of color fading into the crease. In the last two pictures of Robin, I placed the picture in the sunlight so that you could see the ripples more plainly. I don't know what that would be and haven't noticed it before. The item "Disney Original Production Cel from 1973 ROBIN HOOD, framed and authenticated" is in sale since Monday, August 16, 2021. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Disneyana\Contemporary (1968-Now)\Animation Art, Cels". The seller is "lottiedoll_20004ruo" and is located in Missouri City, Texas. This item can be shipped to United States.