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Sorry Kris, I have no idea.

But I just had to say... WOW Eek That's some 'sketch'.

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hello i recently got a sketch card out of a box of spider man archives. i was wondering if you guys could help me find out who the artist is and if it is considered a common or a hot artist i can tell that the name starts with an S it looks like strait but not sure?

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hello i recently got a sketch card out of a box of spider man archives. i was wondering if you guys could help me find out who the artist is and if it is considered a common or a hot artist i can tell that the name starts with an S it looks like strait but not sure?


Have a look here

http://www.scifihobby.com/prod...pider%2Dmanarchives/
 
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hello i recently got a sketch card out of a box of spider man archives. i was wondering if you guys could help me find out who the artist is and if it is considered a common or a hot artist i can tell that the name starts with an S it looks like strait but not sure?


Have a look here could be Sonny Strait

http://www.scifihobby.com/prod...pider%2Dmanarchives/
 
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thank you very much Smile

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Hello
I just bought the original art for a card and I need help with exactly what set it is from. I know it is from a set of Wildstorm cards...



The artist is Scott Clark (if that helps at all)
Thanks

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It is base card #85 from WildStorm Set I .
 
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Awesome! Thanks for the info

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I have the following sketch card from the Marvel 70th Anniversary set by Rittenhouse.



Here is a list of Artists but I am unable to discern who the artist is.

http://www.scifihobby.com/products/marvel/marvel70/

Thanks for the help.
 
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by dough boy:
I have the following sketch card from the Marvel 70th Anniversary set by Rittenhouse.



Here is a list of Artists but I am unable to discern who the artist is.[QUOTE]

That would be by Jim Kyle.

Nice sketch.

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Thanks...that is who I was leaning towards...just didn't see any other works where the signature was the same.
 
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Hi All

Any help on these signatures would be great.

http://www.bmcollectibles.com/...hcards/signature.jpg

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The bottom card is definitely a Brian Kong card. Smile

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Thanks Cordelia. 1 down, 1 to go.

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Anybody have a clue what these very rare tobacco style trading cards are all about?

"Very rare", I'm sure, since he has over 1,000 of them listed. Did he print them in his momma basement?
 
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I don't know about the others, but the baseball ones are almost certainly cut from larger triple fold panel cards issued by Upper Deck in 1993. They're called "All-Time Heroes of Baseball" and are done in the style of vintage early 1900's "Hassan Triple-Folders", I believe they are called.

The full cards, while beautiful, aren't especially valuable, so cut down in such a way, I would say they are essentially worthless. They weren't exactly reprints, but rather featured more modern players in the vintage design.

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thanks for the info.
 
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Not sure that any are from Upper Deck, there is no manufacturer mentioned and no logo can be seen in the photos. Tobacco cards are very collectible, but "tobacco style" means nothing. I would agree with the previous assessment. Wink
 
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Hi,
I would like to know what these cards are, I know they are from Topps 1964-66. Any help would be appreciated.
backs
fronts
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