1 October 2008
Queen Elizabeth II, from Reigning Queens (F. & S. II.334)
screenprint in colours, 1985, on Lenox Museum Board, from the set of 16, signed in pencil, numbered A.P., an artist's proof aside from the edition of forty (there were also thirty trial proofs), published by G. C. P. Mulder, Amsterdam, with the artist's copyright stamp verso, printed by Rupert Jasen Smith, New York, with his blindstamp at lower left, printed to the edges of the full sheet (as published), a few very minor unobtrusive surface scuffs, otherwise in very good condition, framed
L., S. 1000 x 800 mm.
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