NOTE: THIS 1982 ORIGINAL RELEASE, HAND-SIGNED LIMITED EDITION PRINT IS NOT TO BE CONFUSED WITH THE MUCH LATER "GICLEES ON CANVAS" THAT WERE PRODUCED IN THE 2000s ON CANVAS, MAKING THE IMAGE CONSIDERABLY "FUZZIER" THAT THESE FIRST-RELEASE PAPER PRINTS. JUST COMPARE EVEN THE PHOTOS OF MY PRINT WITH THE PHOTOS OF THE OTHERS, TO SEE THE DIFFERENCE FOR YOURSELF! PART OF THE MILL POND PRESS SERIES OF LIMITED EDITION ROBERT BATEMAN WILDLIFE PRINTS-- MANY OTHERS OF WHICH WE ALSO CARRY, AS WELL AS THEIR OTHER WILDLIFE AND WESTERN LIMITED EDITION PRINTS. OUR PRINTS, WHILE MAYBE PRICED A BIT HIGHER, HAVE NEVER BEEN FRAMED OR EXPOSED TO LIGHT, HAVING BEEN STORED IN OUR DARKENED WAREHOUSE THE ENTIRE TIME-- OVER THREE (3) DECADES-- SO, UNLIKE PRINTS OFFERED BY OTHERS, OURS ARE PRISTINE NEW, NEVER FRAMED OR DISPLAYED, IN NEARLY PERFECT MINT CONDITION AND TOTALLY UN-FADED! JUST LOOK AT THE SUPERB COLORS IN OUR PHOTOS, AND COMPARE WITH THE COMPETITION!
We have been in the business for over fifty (50) years-- and over forty (40) in the same Lansing, Michigan location-- with a sterling reputation of honesty, integrity, and customer service. Please feel free to check us out under our original, ongoing, business name: FAIRFAX PRINTS LTD. (don't forget the "Ltd" if searching).Limited and open edition prints, and sculpture, by Frank Frazetta, David Shepherd, Paul Calle, Frank McCarthy, John Clymer, Bev Dolittle, Bob McGinnis, Richard Luce, Tom Lovell, James Bama, Don Crowley, Roger Cooke, Robert Summers, Jeff Barson, Louis Icart, Karl Bang, James Gurney, Frederick Hart, Louis Paul Jonas, Salvador Dali, H. Giger, Antoine Louis Barye, Norman Lindsay, Alan Hunt, Charles Frace, Guy Coheleach, Peter Parnall, Alan Shepard, Simon Combes, Ron Frederick, Stephen Lyman, John Schoenherr, Mort Solberg, John Seerey-Lester, John Pitre and many others. Please feel free to contact them to verify our honesty, veracity and longevity, and assure yourself of our prompt and impeccable service. Also the last, or nearly the last of their type we have available. We only have one, and occasionally two, examples of each of the figures we offer.