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    H. G. Peter Wonder Woman #31 Unpublished Page 7-B Original Art (DC, 1948). We're willing to bet you don't own a Wonder Woman page by Peter. Despite the fact that the Wonder Woman artist drew the character for more than 15 years, originals surface very seldom -- we've only offered one before in our 15 years of auctions. While this indicates issue #31 at the top, it was one of the "written-off" stories that DC intern Marv Wolfman was assigned to cut apart many years later... which he did, but by carefully cutting through only the panel borders. Noted as being page 7-B from issue #31-B. It was eventually published in Wonder Woman #196 in 1971. Ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 13" x 17.75". Cut into three tiers that are taped together on the back. Typical handling wear. Very Good condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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