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    Jim Starlin Camelot 4005 and Others Limited Edition Portfolio Group of 3 (Various Publishers, c. 1970s). Included: Starlin's Camelot 4005 (Various Publishers, Horseman, c. 1978) - The 11" x 14" plates are sealed in an envelope with foxing spots on the back and can not be opened without cutting. The folder is sealed with inner envelope in VG with some foxing on the back; Marie and John Severin's Kull II #886/1000 (Middle Earth, 1977) - Plate 8 missing and Outside envelope in Very Good, inner envelope in Excellent, first plate signed by John Severin; and Howard Chaykin interpreting Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's A Study in Scarlet #864/1,000 (Middle Earth, 1976) - Each plate measures approximately 11" x 15", includes a certificate of authenticity, and the envelope has light toning and foxing spots on the back with creases to corner. Otherwise, plates are in Excellent condition.

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