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James Bond The Man With The Golden Gun Graphic Framed Art Print - By King & McGaw

Part of a collaboration with English fine art printers King & McGaw.

Restrictions. Due to King & McGaw's shipping and customs regulations, this print can only be delivered within the UK. We are sorry for any inconvenience caused.

Each framed print is made to order so please allow two weeks for delivery.

The James Bond The Man With The Golden Gun Graphic Framed Art Print by King & McGaw can be mounted and framed in your choice of handcrafted wooden frames in a range of sizes. This print, mount and frame is handmade to the highest museum standards at King & McGaw's Sussex workshop. Also available unframed. 

Details. Featuring the 1973 iteration of the iconic 007 gun logo, this graphic repeat print is from the West German premier poster created for the release of The Man With The Golden Gunin December 1974. 

Paper. Printed on matt 250gsm conservation digital paper - a very versatile high quality material made in Germany from acid and chlorine free wood pulp. This is manufactured on a Fourdrinier Machine, a process first perfected by and patented by the Fourdrinier brothers in 1803.

Window mount. Artwork is complemented by an extra-thick window mount, creating a visual separation between print and frame. The mount is 2600 microns thick and acid-free, which ensures it will not discolour over time.

Glazing. The picture is glazed in 2mm continuous cast acrylic with an optical clarity of 92% to ensure your artwork is displayed at its best. Potential damage from sunlight is greatly reduced by 90% UV protection. Acrylic is safer than glass in your home or workplace and being 100% recyclable, it's great for the environment too.

Frame options.

Natural oak. North American oak, sourced from the northern states where the temperate climate ensures a slow growth rate. The resulting timber is ideal for picture framing, with a consistent colour and grain. The source forests are managed sustainably, in line with international standards. The timber is milled in the UK. Each frame is crafted in our own workshop. A finishing wax is applied by hand, creating a satin finish that emphasises the character of the timber.

Black stained ash. North American ash, sourced from the northern states where the temperate climate ensures a slow growth rate. The resulting timber is ideal for picture framing, with a consistent colour and grain. The source forests are managed sustainably, in line with international standards. The timber is milled in the UK and finished by hand in our own workshop. A black stain is applied, followed by a hand polished coloured wax, creating a deep lustre.

White satin. Responsibly sourced solid wood frame with a smooth white satin finish.

The makers. With forty years of printing and framing experience, King & McGaw make iconic art work for world-leading institutions, including the V&A, Tate, and the National Gallery. Their state-of-the-art workshops on the English south coast are dedicating to reproducing art to the highest standard. Everything King & McGaw produce is uncompromising on quality: from the precise pigments they use, to the sustainable paper they print on, the hand crafted frames to the care that goes into their packaging.

Details: Featuring the 1973 iteration of the iconic 007 gun logo, this graphic repeat print is part of the promotional artwork created for the release of The Man With The Golden Gun.

Paper Printed on matt 250gsm conservation digital paper - a very versatile high quality material made in Germany from acid and chlorine free wood pulp. This is manufactured on a Fourdrinier Machine, a process first perfected by and patented by the Fourdrinier brothers in 1803.