Question about blank covers
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I bought a small modern collection and it has some of those Blank covers for artists to draw on.

2 of them have an "extra" blank sheet on top of the blank cover.

I'm guessing it's to protect the surface of the real cover until the art is drawn, but I've never seen any of these like this before.

Is this an oddity? Or is there another explanation.  

I'm a SA/GA collector so I'm simply not familiar with these.

Here's a pic of one of them.... Justice League Rebirth 1

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On 3/21/2022 at 1:07 PM, ExNihilo said:

It's exactly as you described, it's just there to protect the actual sketch cover.

So once the art is done then you take that off?

It's actually stapled on..... would the comic be considered incomplete if that piece was removed?

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On 3/21/2022 at 10:16 AM, gadzukes said:

So once the art is done then you take that off?

It's actually stapled on..... would the comic be considered incomplete if that piece was removed?

The protective cover is removed prior to grading.  I would recommend leaving it on and letting CGC remove it as it provides an extra layer of protection from artist to Sarasota.

 

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