AVIATION - WWII 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

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EAGLES OVER THE STEPPE
EAGLES OVER THE STEPPE
Original limited edition lithograph by Graham Lothian
Edition number 842/1000
Published by Spiers & Rolfe, 1995

Signed in pencil by the artist, Graham Lothian and the following German fighter Aces: Gunther Rall, Walter Krupinski, Peter Duttmann and Walter Wolfrum

Depicting ME109s flying over the Russian Front, the background is the enormous panorama of the Russian Steppe. The enormity of the battlefield on the Eastern Front was staggering in its vastness, stretching, as it did, nearly two thousand miles from frozen wastelands of the Arctic in the north, to the Black Sea in the south. Over this hostile, formidable territory fighter pilots of the Luftwaffe flew more combat missions and shot down more enemy aircraft during World War Two than any other group of fighter pilots in the entire history of aerial combat.

Image size: 78 x 40cm
Mounted size: 100 x 70cm

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FIRST OF MANY
FIRST OF MANY
Original limited edition Douglas Bader tribute print
Limited to 600 copies
Published by The Military Gallery, Bath, 1981

On July 11th, 1940, in terrible conditions, Douglas Bader climbed into thick, turbulent cloud where he spotted a Dornier 17. Hauling his Hurricane around, he brought his guns to bear, managing several bursts before the enemy bomber disappeared into the murk. It was not until Bader landed that he learned the Dornier had crashed into the sea off Cromer. It was 242 Squadrons first victory of the war and the First of Many achieved by the squadron and its mercurial commander.

Image size: 53 x 38cm
Mounted size: 71 x 56cm

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HURRICANE FORCE
HURRICANE FORCE
Original signed limited edition lithograph by Robert Taylor
Limited edition No. 33/1250
Published by the Military Gallery, 1990
Signed by the artist and the following Battle of Britain pilots:

Group Captain Frank Carey
Wing Commander Geoffrey Page
Air Commander Peter Brothers
Group Captain Pete Townsend

Hurricanes of No. 257 Squadron attack a large force of Heinkel III and Dornier 17 Bombers, at 12000 feet over London on 15 September 1940 - during the climax of the Battle of Britain.

Image size: 80 x 55cm
Mounted size: 100 x 74cm

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MOSQUITO
MOSQUITO
Original first edition print by Robert Taylor
Signed Group Captain Leonard Cheshire ( VC, OM, DSO, DFC)
Published by The Military Gallery, Bath, 1979

Mounted in white with blue slip
Image size: 46 x 32cm
Mount size: 69 x 55cm

Among the honours Cheshire received as a pilot was the Victoria Cross, the highest award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British and Commonwealth forces. He was the youngest group captain in the RAF and one of the most highly decorated pilots of the war.

Price incl. VAT: £325.00
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OPERATIONS ON
OPERATIONS ON
Original Llimited edition print by Robert Taylor
Ltd No. 637/850
Signed by the artist and Air Marshall Sir Arthur Travers Harris, "Bomber Harris", GCB, OBE, AFC (1892-1984)
Published by The Military Gallery, Bath, 1982

Mounted in white
Image size: 61 x 44cm
Mount size: 80 x 63cm

"Bomber Harris" was Air Officer Commanding-in-Chief (AOC-in-C) of RAF Bomber Command at the height of the Anglo-American strategic bombing campaign against Nazi Germany in the Second World War. In 1942, the British Cabinet agreed to the "area bombing" of German cities. Harris was given the task of implementing Churchills policy and supported the development of tactics and technology to perform the task more effectively. Harris assisted British Chief of the Air Staff Marshal of the Royal Air Force Charles Portal in carrying out the UKs most devastating attacks against the Germany.

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