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    Greg and Tim Hildebrandt 1994 Marvel Masterpieces Trading Card #49 Hawkeye Painting Original Art (Fleer, 1994). World-renowned fantasy artists Greg and Tim Hildebrandt provided incredible painted images of Marvel's most popular characters for the Masterpieces card set. The archer/Avenger takes aim in this piece included in the main set, created in acrylic on board with an image size of 7.5" x 10.25", matted and Plexiglas-front framed to 18.25" x 21". Slight frame wear and signed by the artists in the lower image area. In Excellent condition. Includes a gallery COA and card attached to the back.


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