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    "Wolverine" set of (2) adamantium claws from X-Men Origins: Wolverine. (TCF, 2009) Original paired set of hero cast resin "Wolverine" claws. Each faceted and expertly painted silver metallic with blades measuring 10.6 in. long and attached, via embedded steel armatures, set into a pair of rectangular 2 x .75 in. steel plates, one etched "R" the other "L", with the "L" grip also engraved on the top and bottom, "A1". The grips fit snuggly into Jackman's palms and the backs of the blades are contoured, giving the illusion that the blades protrude from the flesh on the top of the actor's hands. The claws have become the most recognizable of all props and costumes from the X-Men films, being the iconic representation of the most popular character in both the films and comic books: "Wolverine". No one could hope to find a more signature piece from the X-Men franchise. Exhibiting minor production wear and handling. In fine condition.

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    November, 2020
    12th Thursday
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