Of course you know it, this is pretty much the barometer of kitsch in the UK. If you want this particular JH Lynch Tina print, you might get it for next to nothing too.
The print dates back to the early 1960s, an example of the mass-produced art you could buy on the high street at the time. This one was actually for sale in Boots back in the day.
From mass market to kitsch to collectible, the demand for these is going up, not least because a lot of people are being priced out of an original Tretchikoff. But prices are still fairly low.
This one is an original 1960s example, hidden away in someone’s loft for years and as such, still retaining its strong colour and the original frame. If you want it, bidding right now is at just £1. Seems like a decent investment.