Water Colours by Maurice J Pledger - Book Review

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DaceAce wrote:
Mazza wrote:I wish Maurice would do some limited edition prints of some of his paintings id like to collect them and put one on my wall
I seem to remember prints of the pics being available at the book launch. Coch-y-bonddu may know more.
With Mole's first book we printed 500 A5 prints of six different designs. Never offered for sale but given away free with coarse angling books we sold. These are very nearly gone, maybe 20 or 30 left of a couple of different designs, the rest gone completely. I have seen one sell for £26 on ebay! Another is on ebay finishing tonight, signed by Mole too, though I don't suppose it will make as much.

With Water Colours, Mole's second book, we have again printed 500 A5 prints of six different designs. Again not for sale but we're giving them away free (only one per order) with any coarse angling books we sell. Obviously still plenty in stock of all these.

As far as I'm aware Mole doesn't sell prints. Many of his originals are available though and can be bought if you contact him directly. He had a few of these for sale at the launch.

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well luke that print made 19 pound not bad for something that was free if you bought a book I have about three sets that ive collected I think il hang on to them for a while though

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£19 was a bit more than I thought it would make. That barbel is one of the prints we've still got a few of, maybe 20 or so of them left, unsigned of course.

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ill have to collect the new set of six prints I have full set for my leather bound but I would like to have a set for my cloth collecters edition just in case I want to sell it in future

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I was watching another one of the prints the chub one it went for 60 pound someone is going to have a shock when they get it in the post as there never worth that much its just madness

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£60? Where was that? Must have missed that one.

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if anyone want a great book for xmas this book is very good indeed Ive read my copy when I got it but I get it out of the book case most night along with his first book most nights to admire my leather bounds and the brilliant art in it its one book you wont want to part with and will enjoy for years to come its that good

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I've noticed tonight they have reduced the hardback to 25 pound thats half price its a great book now well worth the money

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A great book . I really enjoyed it !

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i noticed the other day the hardbacks have gone back up to 50 pound now they must be getting low in them now i still rate this book i now have original water colour out of the book on the wall its the one with tench eating sweetcorn

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