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    Alberto Giolitti Star Trek #8 Story Page 14 Original Art (Western, 1970). An early Star Trek page featuring Kirk and Spock from the story "The Youth Trap". Based on the sci-fi TV series, the comics were stylized and had original stories. Italian artist Alberto Giolitti had never seen the original series, so he worked from publicity photos for the character likenesses. Rendered in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image size of 10.25" x 15". The toned board has numerous creases and tears, secured with tape on the back, with a chip out of the top edge, flaking white correction paint, and some staining. In Good condition.

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    February, 2020
    16th-17th Sunday-Monday
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