The Phantom Villains Gallery Framed Prints were produced by The Bradford Exchange in Australia in 2014. Fully licensed by King Features Syndicate, the set of 6 Framed Prints were released with a worldwide limit of only 500 sets, 100 each of each image/print.
The Bradford Exchange was established by J. Roderick MacArthur in 1973, a Chicago, USA based businessman and philanthropist. Initially focusing on providing limited-edition collector plates in the 1970’s, The Bradford Exchange quickly expanded it’s offering and not only provide limited-edition collectables, but a vast array of merchandise including dolls, figurines, home décor, fine Jewellery and even apparel. Today, The Bradford Exchange operates in 15 countries across Europe, New Zealand and Australia.
The Phantom Villains Gallery Framed Prints feature illustrations by Glenn Ford with each print measuring 29cm tall and 21cm wide. Each print is hand signed and numbered by Glenn Ford and is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity, which is also hand numbered.
The Framed Prints were released one print at a time over several months, with the first Print released titled ‘The Phantom and Sala’. As can be seen below, the Prints come professionally framed and contain a ‘Lee Falk The Phantom’ plaque at the base of each image.
The certificate of authenticity can be seen below.
Other villain’s released in The Phantom Villain’s Gallery Framed Prints series include:
- The Vampires of Koqania Attack
- The Phantom Battling the Singh Pirates
- The Phantom Faces Redbeard
- The Phantom Fights The Python
- The Phantom Subduing General Bababu