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Thanks!
And, you're welcome!
 
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Nice collection. Thanks for sharing.


I concur. Some real crackers in there.
 
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I was looking through my CAPTAIN AMERICA THE WINTER SOLDIER binder, and behold and lo! I found some sketch cards I forgot about! So, here they are!


 
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I like the detail of the B/W. No idea which character she is though. The thing about the sketches from some of these Marvel sets is that the subjects weren't confined to the title, so you never knew who you were getting. I don't think that Wolverine had anything to do with Winter Soldier. Big Grin

When it comes to the autographs, sketches and relics, I keep those cards in separate group binders and not with the base sets, parallels or inserts. I may not even have the set to keep. The advantage of consolidating and storing the hits by type is that you don't lose them mixed up with set binders/boxes and it is much easier to maintain a database of your more valuable cards.

Of course in my collecting I have always skipped around and have never been fixated on titles besides maybe Game of Thrones. Even with that one, I don't really try to complete anything, but I have learned how to maintain order so I can find everything. Wink

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Yeah, my sketches are (mostly) with the sets they came in, which does make them harder to find, as I have no database.

I think the B&W sketch is a female Punisher.

Wolverine once read a Captain America comic book.

I pulled all those sketches from packs, except the B&W, which I bought.

I was thinking about finishing my WINTER SOLDIER set until I saw what the chase and autos I was missing were going for, and then I quietly put the binder back on the shelf.
 
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I was looking to see if I had a BETTIE PAGE PRIVATE COLLECTION embossed E2 card (I don't), and I came across this sketch. Along with my latest 3:

 
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Nice sketches -- especially that Finch!
 
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Thanks!

Yes, birds are always nice to have sketches of.
 
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This isn't a sketch card, but sort of a reference to them. I found this old page from a FLEX magazine in my files about trading cards, which I am going to put with my ANIMAL MYSTIC card set.

 
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Julie Bell was a bodybuilder as well. Don't know if she did competitively.
 
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I picked up a few more "heavy duty" sketches. A couple of these are on thick stock. Luckily they are "strong" enough to force their way into the weakling binder sleeves.


 
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