New Release for November 2004
This brand new edition is published with approval of the Red Arrows Trust,
an organisation formed to ensure the good name of the Red Arrows
is protected by ensuring their name and identity is only linked to commercial
projects which have been vetted by the trustees.
A Special Commemorative
Limited Edition Print signed by
Red Arrows Team Leader Squadron Leader Carl ‘Spike’ Jepson
Concorde pilot Captain Jock Reid.
It is the 4th June 2002. Concorde and the Red Arrows fly in tight formation over Suffolk
en route to take part, along with other aircraft, in the Queen’s Jubilee Flypast.
At the controls of G-BOAD Concorde are Civil Aviation Authority Chief Test Pilot Jock Reid
and British Airways Chief Concorde Pilot and aircraft Commander on the day – Captain Mike Bannister.
For millions of people the highlight of the Queen’s Jubilee weekend was undoubtedly
the amazing sight of Concorde and the RAF Red Arrows aerobatic team flying
together only 1500ft above the Mall and Buckingham Palace.
Red Arrows Team Leader
Sqn Ldr. Carl ‘Spike’ Jepson
Civil Aviation Authority Chief Test Pilot and Concorde pilot on this day
Never before have
these two pilots signed the same print edition.
This is a VERY SPECIAL Limited Edition Print which is certain
to be in demand so please don’t delay placing your order
Prints are Signed by:
Red Arrows Pilot: Red Arrows Team Leader Sqn Ldr. Carl ‘Spike’ Jepson
Concorde Test Pilot: Jock Reid Civil Aviation Authority Chief Test Pilot and Concorde pilot on this day
Artist: Stephen Brown
|Artist Proofs : 45
Double Remarques: 10 SOLD OUT
For a description of the various editions please see below
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An edition of identical prints, numbered sequentially and individually signed by the artist,
having a stated limit to the quantity in the edition. Following publication the printing
plates are destroyed. Many editions are authenticated with the original signatures of
distinguished military or civilian personnel.
An old tradition of reserving a quantity of prints for the artist's use, usually equal to
about 10 % of the edition. In the early days of printing.
Proofs are signed by the artist and numbered showing the quantity of Artist's Proofs
issued in the edition. Because of their highly restricted number,
Artist's Proofs are sold at a higher value than the regular prints in the edition.
A print issued with an original pencil drawing by the artist in the margin,
each numbered out of the quantity of individually remarqued prints in the edition.
The quantity of remarqued prints in any one edition generally is between 25 and 50.
Each remarque drawing made by the artist is slightly different, thus making each print totally unique.
Remarqued prints may be available at the time of publication, or announced at a later date,
depending upon the artist's work load at the time.
An artist remarqued print is the ultimate collector item in terms of reproduced work.