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    Jim Starlin Camelot 4005 and Others Limited Edition Portfolio Group of 3 (Various Publishers, c. 1970s) Included are three fantasy portfolios including a sealed Jim Starlin's Camelot 4005 #239/1000 portfolio, Howard Chaykin's A Study in Scarlet #866/1000 (which is missing Plate 7), and Bob Gould's Elric of Melnibone A Portfolio by Two-Man-Horse #63/1000 portfolio (Dark Eagle, 1977). The first plates are signed and numbered, the envelopes have overall toning, small rips and/or tears, creasing and handling wear. The plates are lightly toned, have small spots of faint soiling,and creasing. Averaged in Very Good condition.

    More information about Jim Starlin, also known as Starlin, Jim, Jim Starlin.

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    September, 2020
    27th-28th Sunday-Monday
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