Carl Barks pencilled and inked over 6000 pages. Nearly all of them were destroyed at the printing plant. Today only around 200 finished and inked Barks original pages and covers are in existence, most of them from the mid-1960s. From Barks´ prime period 1947-1953, only around 15 pages still exist (all of them outtakes and censored pages). This is a cultural tragedy.
This page was created for the Donald Duck Trick or Treat story, published in Donald Duck 26, 1952. It belongs to a nine page sequence that was censored at the time and not included in the published version. Presumably it was censored because of the scary elements, not least the ogre Smorgasbord, prominently featured in this page.
The uncensored Trick or Treat story was first officially published in the Netherlands in 1984 (I believe). First US publication in Another Rainbow´s Carl Barks Library in 1986. The last one is more complete than the Dutch version.
The German company 313 made a signed lithograph out of this page in the 1990s. But rest assured, this is the original. Compare a scan of the litho in the additional image.