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Best information I could find so far tags them as Anonymous, but shows that there are at least 13 (52 actors) in the series, and one collector shows a "Made in Hong Kong" stamp on one of his cards: Anonymous Film Stars 1960s


Yes, that's definitely from the same set. However, it looks like this set is a mystery to more than just me.
 
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That's often the case with some of the sets that were printed in Asia, especially many years ago. Licensing and copyrights were sometimes interpreted differently than the opinions of Western rights holders.
 
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Hey hoping someone can help me out. Im not a big collector but i randomly bough a pack of cards the other day. I pulled a card out of the pack that seems like it may be rare. I cant find any info on it. Ive scoured the web. Its from marvel bronze age. Its a sketch card of captain america vs. Wolverine. One thing i was able to figure out is that the artist is anthony tan because of the inituals "ajt" in the lower right corner. Can anyone please help? Is this card valuable? Is it rare? Thanx in advance.
 
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A search on eBay shows several sales and several current listings (not sure about the rules of posting links so I am not going to). According to Rittenhouse he made 51-150 sketches so they tagged it as an Extremely Limited. There is only only level lower and that is scarce (less than 50)

Marvel Bronze Age has 1 sketch card per 24 packs. So a general sketch is "rare" in that regard.
 
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Hey hoping someone can help me out. Im not a big collector but i randomly bough a pack of cards the other day. I pulled a card out of the pack that seems like it may be rare. I cant find any info on it. Ive scoured the web. Its from marvel bronze age. Its a sketch card of captain america vs. Wolverine. One thing i was able to figure out is that the artist is anthony tan because of the inituals "ajt" in the lower right corner. Can anyone please help? Is this card valuable? Is it rare? Thanx in advance.


AJT is most definitely Anthony Tan.

Sketches aren't exactly RARE, but Tan did a lower number of sketches than many artists.

Quality affects value more, and subject matter. Tan's work is top notch and in demand. As long as it's not something like Squirrel Girl it's probably a "desirable" card. That's more fitting for sketches than "rare".

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First time doing this, so I hope I got the image posted correctly (and not too big!)

Obviously, the middle is Roy Cover, and the Mockingbird solo on the right is Noval Hernawan. However, for the life of me I don't remember the artist who did this solo Hawkeye on the left. Anyone recognize this signature? Also, it seems like I saw a site (maybe here?) a while back that had a catalogue of signatures. Anyone know where I can find that? I've been getting sketch cards for a while, but just getting around to posting them.
 
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ok. and actually from perusing around this site I found a link which had another link which will eventually get me all the signatures I need.


....of course, I still have plenty of sketches which (for some crazy reason I have yet to figure out) the artist did not indicate who they are in any way shape or form. So stay tuned to tell me when you recognize some of my artist sketch cards.

and feel free to save me searching those signature catalogues and just tell me who that Hawkeye was done by too. ;o)
 
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wow. You are fast. Thank you very much!
 
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Can anyone ID this artist and the xmen character please?

Many thanks

 
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I am pretty sure that is Jeremy Treece. As for the character I might go with Storm.
 
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Thanks for the artist. I initially thought Storm myself, but it looks like a different type of uniform than others I have seen her in. But the eyes and hair look right!
 
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Thanks for the artist. I initially thought Storm myself, but it looks like a different type of uniform than others I have seen her in. But the eyes and hair look right!
Yeah...not a traditional X-Men uniform. Normally that big x is like a belt buckle. I think he took artistic freedom because you couldn't see it if he didn't put it there. But to me it signifies that it is an X-Men team member. Because of the eyes and hair that would then point to Storm.

You could probably ask him to be sure...http://jeremytreece.com/
 
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I believe it's his impression of this Storm:
 
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Gaming cards I know but many of you are very knowledgablw in this area. Can you tell me anything at all about this set? My only guess is that they are circa late 80's and that they are "adult themes" category (what a euphemism for rudey cards!!


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Xxxenophile, 1996. Here's a brief description.
 
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Hey Jeff, you seem awfully knowledgeable about these cards!! Is there anything that you'd like to share with us? We can be very broad minded!! (no pun intended). Roll Eyes
Anyway, thanks for your help. As always you are an absolute mine of information

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I'm hoping you guys will be able to help over the next few weeks. I'm trying to sort through my sketches from the Breygent 2010 release of Sci-fi Movies and have lots of sketches where there is no signature or I can't make out who the signer is.

I'm going through them now sorting the ones I know and making a pile of ones with queries (have around 300 to sort).

Thanking those in advance who will help me. Get back soon with scans.
 
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This only should be easy to identify as have signature;

[URL= ]Sketch 1[/URL]
 
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I'll have a guess at Tony Miello.

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