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    Melissa Benson Magic: The Gathering Homelands "Truce" Card Painting Original Art (Wizards of the Coast, 1995). Offered here is the original artwork for the Truce card from the Homelands expansion set. The set was released in October of 1995 as the 7th set of what is one of the most popular trading card games in world, Magic: The Gathering! The cards rarity is "rare" and it is an instant type. In addition, the flavor text on the card reads "The people of Aysen feed us, and we don't kill them. That's my kind of truce." The painting comes with a COA from Melissa Benson herself dated 2/22/02. The painting was created in mixed media, signed in the lower right of the 7" x 5.5" image area, and framed for an overall size of 12.75" x 11.25". In Excellent condition.

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