£1,050.00

In excellent condition

Limited Edition

Screenprint in gold and blue colourways

1977

29 x 39 inches

Original ‘Artificial’ blind stamps and official Polygram Sex Pistols license stamp to the verso

Hand-signed, numbered and dated by the artist to the lower edge

Unframed

If required we offer a bespoke framing service

Postage and packaging are free in the UK

Please contact us to discuss worldwide shipping options

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    About This Piece

    Elevate your collection with a piece of punk rock history! Presenting “God Save The Queen” by the iconic artist Jamie Reid, this limited edition screenprint is a true gem for enthusiasts of the punk movement. In excellent condition, this artwork comes alive in gold and blue colourways, making it a striking addition to any space.

    Created in 1977, this piece captures the rebellious spirit of the era. It measures an impressive 29 x 39 inches, giving it a commanding presence on your wall. The original ‘Artificial’ blind stamps and an official Polygram Sex Pistols license stamp on the verso authenticate its origin.

    What sets this artwork apart is the artist’s personal touch. Hand-signed, numbered, and dated by Jamie Reid himself on the lower edge, this print bears the mark of its creator. The gold and blue colourways enhance the visual impact, adding a touch of punk aesthetic to your collection. Unframed and ready for your customization, we also offer a bespoke framing service to ensure it’s presented in a style that complements your taste.

    For our UK customers, we’re delighted to offer free postage and packaging, making it easier to add this punk rock masterpiece to your collection. International buyers, please reach out to us to discuss shipping options, ensuring your artwork arrives securely.

    Don’t miss the chance to own a piece of punk rock history. “God Save The Queen” by Jamie Reid is a limited edition masterpiece that embodies the spirit of an era and a movement. Contact us today to make it yours and celebrate the rebellious legacy of punk rock with this eye-catching artwork.

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