L’uomo Mascherato - La Donna Mascherata '' The Masked Woman '' RARE 1958 comic
L’uomo Mascherato - La Donna Mascherata '' The Masked Woman '' RARE 1958 comic
L’uomo Mascherato - La Donna Mascherata '' The Masked Woman '' RARE 1958 comic
L’uomo Mascherato - La Donna Mascherata '' The Masked Woman '' RARE 1958 comic

L’uomo Mascherato – La Donna Mascherata ” The Masked Woman ” RARE 1958 comic

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L’uomo Mascherato - La Donna Mascherata '' The Masked Woman '' RARE 1958 comic

L’uomo Mascherato - La Donna Mascherata '' The Masked Woman '' RARE 1958 comic

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The masked woman , all the other comics from this series and time feature the masked man making this a very rare and sort after comic book ,, also this masked woman comic being a special edition was designed by an unknown famous Italian Musician apparently

There are only 2-3 non destroyed mint versions of this comic book left in the world ,,, please read on ,,,

The Comic is very rare and usually unobtainable  – VISION THE VASCELLO – 15 JULY 1958. A truly unique piece in the world ( only one other same version comic book for sale on EBay selling at one million euros / €1m ) ,,, My comic – no major restoration done , just cleaned and has had a few pen marks removed via chemical process , the comic book has no ripped pages. On the front cover of the comic book at the top a slight color touch up has been done to a small patch where age has faded the color ,,, complete intact comic 

,,, Comic plates designed by WILSON McCOY – died in 1961.  WILSON McCoy was the assistant of the first author of PHANTOM, that is RAY MOORE. Ray MOORE, during the Second World War, had an accident that would not allow him to continue the PHANTOM illustrations. So he was forced to leave the job to his assistant WILSON McCOY: , McCOY latter continued to draw and illustrate the plates