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Linsner (of DAWN) OA color painting original art DAWN
This item SOLD on 7/3/2009 for $500.00

This is an auction run by official Joseph Michael Linsner store,! Any questions about this listing? Email Any questions about shipping? Email Please read our terms & conditions, immediately below the item description. By bidding on my auction, you are agreeing to our terms. GREEN BOW DAWN. ( eBay art auction #34 2009.) 2009 IS HERE - THE YEAR OF THE GODDESS . Dawn's 20th Anniversary! Or, as a pal in the industry told us, pale as he said it - "Next year, Dawn's gonna be old enough to drink!" This dazzling Dawn lushly painted in green tones, w/ Linsner employing his traditional mixed-media style, is done on 9" x 12" art paper saw print in the full-color Dawn 10th Anniversary Special comic book - 10 years ago. So it's with a certain sense of coming full circle that we offer this gorgeous, published FC original art of Dawn with a tastefully painted, artful ascot type bow & a top featuring Dawn's trademark sheer & shiny skull lace. This delicate darling of a pinup portrait is an unusually intimate closeup of Linsner's redheaded Goddess, & published art to boot. This entire year, look for our presence on eBay to be full of lots of excellent Dawn art in honor of her 20th Anniversary. DAWN is © & â?¢ Joseph Michael Linsner 2009. All rights reserved. Art copyright JML, 2009, all rights reserved. What that means is: NO reproduction of the art is allowed without our permission. No prints, no posters, no stickers, no Jones soda labels, no promotion of any kind. If it is to be reproduced in an online gallery, please give Joe proper copyright credit. TERMS & CONDITONS: This is so important, I'm gonna say it twice - INTERNATIONAL BIDDERS : please Email . BEFORE YOU BID , as shipping costs vary from country to country. BIDDING : Please DO NOT bid on this auction if you do not have at least 10 successfully completed eBay auctions with positive feedback. If you are interested in purchasing this item but cannot meet these terms, please Email Zeke, shipping guru of . We reserve the right to cancel your bid if you do not meet this condition. CONTACT : We will contact you within 48 hours of auctionâ??s end. We request that you return that contact within 48 hours as well. If we do not hear from you within that time, we reserve the right to sell the item to the next highest bidder. is the source for all hard-to-get Linsner items. Looking for something special? Drop Zeke a line: by clicking here . PAYMENT : Payment is expected within 7 days of auctionâ??s end. If payment has not been received & no arrangements have been made, buyer forfeits the item. Forms of payment we accept: PayPal, or other eBay-approved electronic method, ONLY. SHIPPING : Shipping is $10.00 (incl. insurance) for this art within the continental United States . INTERNATIONAL BIDDERS : please Email BEFORE YOU BID , as shipping costs vary from country to country. The $25.00 flat fee charged for international shipping is a BASE FEE. Depending on where you live, you maybe be charged an additional amount. Item will be shipped as soon as possible, but please bear in mind we are a small (3-person) business. Thanks! Thanks for looking & bidding - & remember.. 2009 IS the Year of the Goddess: 20th Anniversary of Dawn. On May-15-09 at 07:22:10 PDT, seller added the following information: PLEASE READ ADDITONAL SHIPPING INFO: All International original art sales will be shipped by Express mail service USPS and will be fully insured by the buyer - this means, actual postage, + insurance. Insurance will be based on the full final price. International buyers are responsible for all import/export customs duties and taxes. BEFORE YOU ASK US TO SHIP YOUR ART w/ NO INSURANCE, DUE TO INTERNATIONAL TARRIFFS OR RECEIVING FEES ON YOUR END, just PLEASE NOTE: Any deviation from these shipping methods will be at the sole responsibility of the buyer. We've been lucky so far but it's smarter to figure in the taxes - we know they're high - than it would be to lose your art. Thanks.

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