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Christ With Shopping Bags - Signed
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Christ With Shopping Bags - Signed
£65,000
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Overt in its anti-religious sentiment, Christ with Shopping Bags is one of the most controversial prints by Banksy. Although this image was never realised as a mural, its relatively low edition size of 82 places it in high demand.

Toxic Mary - Unsigned
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Toxic Mary - Unsigned
£19,000
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This image was first displayed at the 2003 exhibition Turf war, but Banksy has created a handful of unique versions of the work, depicting Madonna-like women feeding their babies with poison as targets appear above their heads, fighter jets race below or bullets scatter across the page. The prints dispense with the military imagery to create a pared-down work that references Renaissance religious imagery, with the bottle adding a contemporary touch.

Jack and Jill - Unsigned
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Jack and Jill - Unsigned
£21,000
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A powerful commentary on the contrast between childhood innocence and the harsh reality of law enforcement, Jack and Jill features the image of two carefree children wearing bulletproof police vests. Some may find this juxtaposition unsettling, but for others, it's a prime example of a striking and thought-provoking Banksy work.

Have a Nice Day (Anarchist Book Fair) - Signed
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Have a Nice Day (Anarchist Book Fair) - Signed
£49,500
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The 'Have A Nice Day - Anarchist Book Fair' screen print is one of Banksy's first official print runs published by Pictures on Walls. It was released as a special edition of only sixty-seven signed prints. It is believed that the artist himself kept thirteen of these, and the remainder of the edition has largely been kept stored away.

Happy Choppers - Unsigned
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Happy Choppers - Unsigned
£22,000
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The iconic 'Happy Choppers' was created for Banksy's Christmas show 'Santa’s Ghetto' in London, which aimed to draw attention to the Israel-Palestinian conflict. The image first appeared in 2002 as a mural in Central London at the Whitecross Street Market. It remains one of the artists most popular images to this day.

This particular piece was originally bought at Banksy’s very first exhibition in Hackney by the current owner.

Sale Ends V2 - Signed
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Banksy
Sale Ends V2 - Signed
£25,000
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Sale Ends, created in 2006 for Banksy's 'Barely Legal' show in Los Angeles, features cloaked women under a "Sale Ends Today" sign, symbolising a critique of capitalism's revered status. Part of the 'Barely Legal Print Set', it was sold as a limited edition at the exhibition, becoming one of the most sought-after street art collections.

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