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    Jim Lee X-Men Trading Cards Series I - Wolverine/X-Men Original Art (Marvel-Impel, 1992). Essentially two pinups on one page! This page is the original ink, marker, and graphite artwork for the limited hologram chase cards from Jim Lee for the 1992 X-Men Trading Cards series. The Wolverine card was #XH1, and the X-Men team card #XH5. Each card had a full image on one side, and a smaller "passport photo" on the back side. In this case, the smaller backside images were unused. This page has the art for two separate cards on one official Marvel Bristol board, and it's signed by Jim Lee at the top. Full image area measures 13.5" x 9". Bright white page and in Excellent condition. From the Personal Collection of Jim Lee.

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