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88: After David Shepherd - tiger in the sun, limited ed
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Auction ended on February 22nd, 2006 UTC
88: After David Shepherd - tiger in the sun, limited ed
After David Shepherd (1931 - ), "Tiger in the Sun", signed and numbered 838/850 in pencil in the margin, with Fine Art Trade Guild blindstamp, colour print, 49.5 x 94cm.; 19.5 x 37in.
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