2 April 2008
Queen Elizabeth II, from Reigning Queens (F. & S. IIB.334-337)
screenprint in colours, 1985, from the set of four, on Lenox Museum Board, signed in pencil, numbered TP 30/30 (one of thirty unique colour variants aside from the standard edition of forty and ten artist's proofs), published by G. C. P. Mulder, Amsterdam, with his blindstamp at the lower left and the Andy Warhol copyright stamp verso, printed to the edges of the full sheet as published, generally in very good condition, framed
L., S. 1003 x 800 mm.
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