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October 18, 2007 - 3:24 am
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Here is the remarque on a James Dietz Artist Proof of “Mud in Your Eye”
#21 of 35. It shows Sopwith Camels of 148 Squadron USAS. This one was a special one for Frank Ryder, who owned a museum full of WWI aircraft replicas-AND-who owned the Original of “Mud In Your Eye” at the time. Double signed , and dated 1992, by Jim. with a long inscription on the other side of the title. I’ll try to get a photo of that side…Professionally framed and hung in the museum, at the time.

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October 18, 2007 - 9:00 am
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anyone else thinking about grabbing one of his remarques?

pat

im thinking of getting a Remarqued copy of “Days Of Thunder”. A nice P47 print.

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October 18, 2007 - 9:02 am
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Barnstormer, thats a nice looking remarque.

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October 18, 2007 - 4:27 pm
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Thanks RThemw;
It is a unique piece. Ryder was an up an coming figure in the modern WWI aviation scene. He had a LOT of flying WWI replicas, a lot more under construction, and a five hangar museum filled with them. He put on two of the largest gatherings of flying WWI aircraft replicas ever held. in the early 1990s. Here is the right side of the specially remarqued artist proof, with the inscription from Jim. Wide matt and complimentary colored second matt, with beautiful cherry/mahogany? type frame.

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October 18, 2007 - 6:04 pm
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wow, now that is awesome thanx for sharing

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October 18, 2007 - 7:52 pm
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Simon Attak Speedbird

Mike Rondot King Cobra

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October 18, 2007 - 11:24 pm
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Russell Smith’s double remarque for ‘The Golden Triumvirate’

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October 18, 2007 - 11:30 pm
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all of you have some wonderful looking remarques

that atack remarque is cool

of course i am a sucker for Russell Smith WWI stuff

love the Mike Rondat remarque, don’t know about him at all but clearly he is a talented painter.

patrick roberts
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October 19, 2007 - 7:53 pm
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A better image of Speedbird by Simon Atack

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Here’s an example of what a large remarque which expands the border looks like when it’s been framed

RT2’s remarques look to be about the finest that I have ever seen. The doubles that straddle the border are quite superb. Haven’t bought a print for years but this push into Japanese aircraft really excites me and I’m greatly tempted by a large double of the Ki-44.

What is the ordering proceedure when you want a double as a large single?

Getting carried away here… forgot about the cost… ouch $715… have to think about that! :duh

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RT2’s remarques look to be about the finest that I have ever seen. The doubles that straddle the border are quite superb. Haven’t bought a print for years but this push into Japanese aircraft really excites me and I’m greatly tempted by a large double of the Ki-44.

What is the ordering proceedure when you want a double as a large single?

Getting carried away here… forgot about the cost… ouch $715… have to think about that! :duh

I too am very tempted to purchase a double remarque of RT2’s newest work. The $715 is holding me back at the moment, but I also dont want to have any regrets about not getting the best I could when it comes to this piece. Threatening Skies is one of the best prints ive seen since I started collecting, IMO. I hope they dont sell out fast because it will take me a while to talk myself into pulling the trigger on it.

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October 19, 2007 - 10:26 pm
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This one is from the Robert Taylor print Mustangs on the Prowl

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October 19, 2007 - 10:31 pm
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I am waiting for the right Richard Taylor print to come out before ordering a double remarque his work IMHO is just missing out on the wow factor. It is great to see his widening choice of subjects however.

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October 20, 2007 - 4:03 am
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According to Mil Gal, the “standard” double remarque is, in fact, one large image. If your preference would be two smaller images, that would be done by request. It’s opposite to what you might expect, but that’s how they do it.

If you order a double remarque, be sure to double check what I’ve said.

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October 20, 2007 - 8:54 am
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That would explain the large Speedbird double remarque, when I ordered it I expected 2 small remarques but was very happy with what I got. Thanks for that info’ fuzzy

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October 20, 2007 - 8:38 pm
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Thanks for the clarification, fuzzy, I would never have thought that!

While I’m sure many collectors would be happy with one large remarque, the phrase “double remarque” is most misleading in this case

I have never seen it explained in any of the MG’s brochures or website that its actually only one remarque, which I feel they should do to avoid any confusion or misunderstanding.

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October 20, 2007 - 9:09 pm
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I have never seen it explained in any of the MG’s brochures or website that its actually only one remarque, which I feel they should do to avoid any confusion or misunderstanding.

On the back of the brochure for Richard Taylor`s new print it does state that a double remarque is “a DOUBLE SIZE remarque drawing which will measure at least 10″ wide”.

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i ordered the new Richard Taylor print without the remarque for $160, with that very nice extra (and large) companion print which I love it was a no-brainer.

I am strongly looking at these three (assuming I can still get one) for ordering a double remarque

Ramraiders (if it didn’t have the B-24s’ I would get this one, I HATE B-24s’)

Dual Victory

Days of Thunder

will order one by the end of this coming week

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October 22, 2007 - 7:02 pm
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This one is from the Robert Taylor print Mustangs on the Prowl

Heres a couple more P51 Remarques by RT.
(I was a bit dissapointed that they were very similar.)

AIR SUPERIORITY


AMERICAN EAGLES

Heres a remarque that was on the first copy of AIR SUPERIORITY i received,
but sadly the print was damaged, so it had to go back, shame as i really liked it. 🙁

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October 22, 2007 - 10:05 pm
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RThasemptiedmywallet
I can see why you were dissapointed, the remarques from the military gallery are advertised as exclusive and individually crafted hand drawn. Seems they are not quite as exclusive as advertised. I had a remarque of Doolittles D day which was exactly the same as one listed on this forum, ended up selling it because it dropped below my expectations. I really like the remarque that you had to send back it must have been really annoying

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