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First Class MOLLIE
First Class MOLLIE
First Class MOLLIE
First Class MOLLIE
First Class MOLLIE

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First Class MOLLIE

£ 38.00 GBP

1st Class Mollie*: (Series), Limited Edition.

Buy an original Limited Edition for the same price as a cheap mass produced print! 

  • Type: Fine-Art Print
  • Medium: Giclée
  • Materials: 100% Cotton Hahnemühle Photorag
  • Size A4: 21 x 29.7cm, (8.3" x 11.7"), Edition of 100
  • Size A3: 29.7 x 42cm, (11.7" x 16.5"), Edition of 100
  • Size A2: 42 x 59.4cm, (16.5" x 23.4"), Edition of 100
  • Size A1: 59.4 x 84cm, (23.4" x 33.1"), Edition of 100
  • Image at approx. 85% paper size
  • This artwork is sold unframed
  • Limited Editions Include Certificates of Authenticity

Large Artwork will be shipped rolled in a secure tube.

NB: Sizes A1, A2, A3 & A4 are Digital Limited Editions

This edition is also included in the 'Morphogenesis and 'New Beginnings' series with an abstract butterfly and skull motif representing death and re-birth. Only available on this site.

Original Artwork: Czar Catstick and The Emperor's New Clothes Collective via Big Fat Arts Gallery.

printed on Giclée Hahnemühle Photo Rag

Abstracted rainbow coloured British Union flag stamps.

Mrs. Betty Slocombe was a fictional character from the BBC One comedy show, Are You Being Served?. She was played by Mollie Sugden.

* Mary Elizabeth Jennifer Rachel Abergavenny Slocombe (née Yiddell) was born in 1926 in Blackpool. Mrs Slocombe is the Senior of the Ladies Department and known for her unusual hair colours, such as lime green or orange. Throughout the series, her husband was alluded to have either left Mrs. Slocombe, or was possibly arrested by the Fraud Squad. In Grace and Favour, it was revealed Mrs Slocombe's husband, Cecil, had walked out on her one morning (to buy slightly salted butter at Sainsbury's) and ended up a successful land developer. In one episode she accepts what she thinks is a marriage proposal from Mr. Humphries, implying that she is now divorced.

Mrs Slocombe lived with her cat, Tiddles, which she referred to as "my pussy"; this was the source of many a double entendre, most of which Mrs. Slocombe herself completely misses. Mrs. Slocombe also tries to sound posh and refined, but when exasperated or annoyed, she reveals more than a trace of a Northern accent. Mrs. Slocombe's catch phrases were "...and I am unanimous in that..." and "Weak as water!" Mrs Slocombe often mispronounces long words, rendering, for example, "obstreperous" as "obstropulous" and "organism" as "orgasm" and "centimeters" as "centipedes."

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