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WORLD WAR II AIRCRAFT
ANGELS THREE ZERO
ANGELS THREE ZERO
Original limited edition print
Signed by the artist, Robert Taylor and fighter pilot, Bobby Oxspring
Print number 720/990

Bobby Oxspring in his 66 Squadron Spitfire destroys an ME109
of JF/53 Ace of Spades Group, in a high level attack at
30,000 feet above Dover, 18th September 1940.

Image size: 46 x 31cm
Mounted size: 69 x 56cm

Price incl. VAT: £275.00
Price excl. VAT: £229.00
DAMBUSTERS
DAMBUSTERS
Original signed limited edition lithograph by Mark Postlethwaite
Limited no. 49/617
Signed by the artist and Dudley P. Heal; DFM

Avro Lancasters of 617 Squadron, RAF, attack the Mohne Dam as part of Operation Chastise, 16th May, 1943
Published by Artistic FLight Limited Editions, 1995

Image size: 37 x 22cm
Mount size: 57 x 45cm

Price incl. VAT: £225.00
Price excl. VAT: £187.50
DEFENCE OF THE REALM
DEFENCE OF THE REALM
Original Limited Edition print by Robert Taylor
Limited to 1250 copies
Published by The Military Gallery, Bath, 1991
Signed by the artist and the following fighter pilots:

Peter Townsend (Squadron Commander)
John Ellacombe
Nigel Rose
Tony G. Pickering
Tony Iveson


Commanding Officer of No. 85 Hurricane Squadron, Peter Townsend, over the city of London during the Battle of Britain, 1940.

Mounted in white
Image size: 62 x 44cm
Mount size: 82 x 64cm

Price incl. VAT: £400.00
Price excl. VAT: £333.00
EAGLES ON THE CHANNEL FRONT
EAGLES ON THE CHANNEL FRONT
Original signed limited edition
By Robert Taylor
Limited No. 181/500
Signed by the artist and five
Luftwaffe pilots:
Oberfeldwebel HEINZ MARQUARDT
Oberst JOHANNES NAUMANN
Oberleutnant ERHARD NIPPA
Major GERHARD SCHUPFEL
Oberleutnant GUNTER SEEGER

Published by the Military Gallery, 2002

Mounted in cream
Image size: 75 x 41 cm
Mount size: 100 x 68cm

Price incl. VAT: £325.00
Price excl. VAT: £271.00
GATHERING STORM
GATHERING STORM
Original limited edition print
Print number 969/1250
Published by The Military Gallery, Bath, 1990
Signed in pencil by the artist, Robert Taylor and four German Aces:

Lieutenant Hugo Broch Knights Cross
Major Heinz Lange Knights Cross
Major Fritz Losigkeit Knights Cross
Captain Gunther Schack Knights Cross with Oak Leaves

A group of A-3 and A-4s climb out over Theville to intercept B-17 Fortresses en route to bomb submarine pens at Lorient, March 1943. Pilots in their high visibility cockpits gun their massive B.M.W. radial engines as they power upwards through the turbulent air. Within minutes their drop tanks will be jettisoned and battle joined.

Image size: 73 x 52cm
Mounted size: 93 x 72cm

Price incl. VAT: £225.00
Price excl. VAT: £187.50.00
GREYCAP LEADER
GREYCAP LEADER
Original limited edition print, signed by the artist and Air-Vice Marshal Marshal Johnnie Johnson
Print No. 664/850
Published by the Millitary Gallery, Bath, 1998
Also with signed by the following fighter aces:

Danny Brown, J.F. Stocky Edwards, Hartland Finlay, Don Laubman, Andy Mackenzie, Robert G. Middlemiss, Larry Robillard, Roderick Smith, Hap Kennedy

Operating from an ex-Luftwaffe base at Culot in Belgium, the Johnnie Johnson Canadian Wing were in combat most days the weather permitted. The Luftwaffe had staged a remarkable recovery after its Normandy defeat and by September 1944 was at operating strength from airfields east of the Rhine. Big formations of Fw190 and Me109 fighters were pitting themselves against the RAFs ground attack Typhoons and it was the Canadians task to get to the Luftwaffe fighters first.

Leading 433 Squadron, Johnnie Johnson swings his twelve Spitfires to the Southeast, following the course of the river at 12,000 feet. All eyes are peeled. With all the essentials of tactical success - speed, height and surprise, the Canadians plummet into the enemy fighters. Within seconds the air becomes a tangle of twisting, turning fighters.

Mounted in white
Image size: 53 x 38cm
Mounted size: 73 x 58cm

Price incl. VAT: £475.00
Price excl. VAT: £396.00
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