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    Lee Elias Witches Tales #18 Cover Original Art (Harvey, 1953). This cover for weird yarns of unseen terrors was for the story "Birds of Prey" from this issue. The original art was created in ink over graphite on three interlocking pieces of Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15". The header and logo stat is on one layer of Bristol, with the main image on another, and a third section added to the bottom edge to extend the image area. The cover is numbered as #10, but it was published as issue #18. All contain original art and some whiteout art corrections, and some glue residue in places. All text on the cover are paste-up stats. Matted out to 16" x 20". Overall in Very Good condition.

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