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Coloured print 'Dam Buster VC' by Alan Roe. Signed by Ken Brown (Dam Buster) 617 Sqn. pilot Bob Knight 617 pilot (Tirpitz) Bill Reid VC Lancaster pilot and artist Alan Roe. 23 in x 16 in.
The Bomber from the bottom of Loch Ness by Bryan Moon The Bomber from the bottom of Loch Ness by Bryan Moon. The Wellington bomber R for Robert N2980 crashed on Loch Ness in Scotland and sank on December 31st 1940. The aircraft was retrieved 45 years later in September 1985. Personally Signed by Wg Cdr F H P Austin OBE RAF the only living crew member of N 2980 crew and Luftwaffe Fighter Pilot Ace Oberst Wolfgang Falck whos Squadron attacted the Bomber on that night. also the artist B Moon numbered & Certified 450 of 1100. Paper size 22 inches x 20 inches
Hurricane Patrol by Graeme Lothian. Hurricane Patrol by Graeme Lothian. After taking part in the Battle of France early in 1940, 85 Squadron moved to Croydon on the 19th August, where, led by renowned squadron leader Peter Townsend DSO DFC, the squadron played a notable part in the Battle of Britain. Thirty Hurricane squadrons participated in the Battle of Britain compared to only eighteen Spitfire squadrons, claiming 80 percent of the RAF victories. Sir Sidney Camms innovative design ensured the Hurricane became a classic fighter. Hurricane Patrol portrays Squadron Leader Peter Townsend leading 85 Squadron on a high altitude sortie during the long hot summer of 1940. Personally Signed by H. E. Tappin DFC (deceased) H.E Tappin was a Flying Instructor Commissioned late 1940 posted to 52 O.T.U. Deben DFC8 3 SQn 157 Sqn took part in the Dieppe raid and the Channel dash.Limited edition of 50 artist proofs. Image size 25 inches x 16 inches (64cm x 41cm
Combat Over Domremy by Graeme Lothian Signed by 4 plus the Artist Aviation art print Combat Over Domremy by Graeme Lothian signed by Heinz Rokker, Thomas Harvell, Jean Lapprand and Orest Bilak and the artist. It shows a JU88G Nightfighter of the Luftwaffe shooting down an RAF Lancaster over Domremy during the Second World War. Combat Over Domremy by Graeme Lothian. JU88G nightfighter shoots down Royal Air Force Lancaster over Domremy. During WW II of july 1944, the RAF Bomber Command were planning yet another bombing raid, this time over Stuttgart in Germany. The no.514 Sq., based in Cambridgeshire, England, were one of the Lancaster Bomber Squadrons chosen for the mission. Flight Lieutenant THOMAS HARVELL was a member of the 7 man crew for Lancaster Bomber no.LM206 selected. He was flight engineer and co-pilot with II missions already behind him. The RAF carried out nearly all their raids at night. This was the night of July 28/29 1944 and they were on course in the vicinity of Neuf Chateau (S.WNancy) France. Suddenly they were attacked by a prowling Luftwaffe Nightfighter aircraft, which later proved to be a JUNKERS 88 flown by HEINZ ROKKER. The Lancaster shuddered on the first hit but continued flying. THOMAS HARVELL was moving to the back of the aircraft and had dropped window, (strips of foil) to confuse ground radar, when they were hit again. This time they lost an engine after an explosion and LM206 started to plunge earthwards. (The Merlin Engine can been seen today at the French Airforce museum, St.Dizier, Lorraine) FI.Lt. HOMAS HARVELL was literally blown out of the doomed Lancaster, hitting his head and becoming unconcious. As luck was on his side, he regained his senses whilst falling through the air and pulled his chute at the last minute. He landed heavily and injured his leg. The pilot and four other members of the crew perished but navigator George Robinson also managed to use his chute and was captured after landing, by the german occupation forces. George Robinson now lives in South Africa. The other five crew members are all buried at Neuf Chateau and their graves can be seen to this day. THOMAS HARVELL was able to evade capture and was found by a member of the FFI (French Resistance), who hid him in various hideouts. After being treated for his wounds by Dr.CORNU, a prominent surgeon of Neuf Chateau, several attempts were made to smuggle THOMAS HARVELL back to England without much success. It was decided, by the FFI, to make one last attempt and this time THOMAS HARVELL was given a bicycle and new identity papers. He was told to cycle in the direction of the Swiss border west of Besacon and make contact with the Daubs area FFI commander, JEAN LAPPRAND.It was decided it was too dangerous to cross the border at this time and as THOMAS HARVELL had already become a member of the French Resistance, he continued fighting the war side by side with his French Resistance colleagues. It was in this part of France, that he witnessed a trial of a double agent/traitor of the FFI, who was quickly executed by firing squad. At this point in time, OREST BILAK came into the picture. He was born in Ukraine and had joined the Ukranian Army in 1942. He had become a senior NCO officer when his whole battalion were ordered to join forces with a german SS unit. They had much fighting experience and took part in some very bloody battles. Some elements of the Ukranian people had, at first, welcomed the germans but this soon changed and sometime in 1944 many were deserting. This was the case with OREST BILAKs battalion who had just been ordered to march into the mountain stronghold of JEAN LAPPRAND and wipe them out. Instead they had killed their german SS commanders and after talks with JEAN LAPPRAND had fought on with the FFI including THOMAS HARVELL. Together they liberated the region including the town of PIERREFONTAINE, ahead of the advancing allied forces Sept. 1944. It could be said that THOMAS HARVELL was the only British serviceman who fought with the german SS without being called a traitor. Another RAF pilot, Paul Bell a canadian and THOMAS HARVELL were now able to make contact with the 711 US Army. After six weeks, including a ride in the Dakota of General Patch, they finally made it back to England. On his arrival, THOMAS HARVELL became an instructor/advisor until the end of the war. He later made a career in the British Police Force Signed limited edition of 500 prints. Image size 22 inches x 13 inches (56cm x 33cm).
The Hunters - Limited Edition printMajor Helmut Wick and Oberleutnant Rudi Pflanz lead a Schwarm of Bf109Es from Jagdgeschwader 2 'Richthofen' on a mission over the Isle of Wight during the summer of 1940.A very special print, signed by four Luftwaffe Knight's Cross recipients and the Artist. signed by:Hauptmann Fritz Karch, Knight's Cross Oberleutnant Günther Seeger, Knight's Cross Major Julius Meimberg, Knight's Cross Hauptmann Bruno Stolle, Knight's CrossAbout the signatories:Fritz Karch joined 6/JG2 on the English Channel front in September 1942. He shot down his first plane, a Spitfire, in November 1942 in North Africa. He was awarded the Knights Cross in 1945, as commander of II/JG2. By the end of the war he had flown around 270 missions, and scored 47 victories. 21 of these were heavy bombers.Günther Seeger joined 3/JG2 in 1940. In 1941 he was assigned to the Stabsschwarm where he flew with his comrades Balthazar, Oesau, Pflanz and Leie. By the end of the war he had flown 504 missions with 56 victories, all on the Western Front. He was awarded the Knight's Cross in 1944.Julius Meimberg joined II/JG2 in 1939, becoming Staffelkapitän in August 1942. As well as France, he served in North Africa and on the Home Front against Allied bombers. In all, he flew around 250 missions, scoring 53 victories. He was awarded the Knight's Cross in 1944.Bruno Stolle flew with 8/JG2 during the Battle of Britain. He became Staffelkapitän the same year and was promoted to commander of III/JG2 in 1943. The following year he was appointed commander of Erprobungskommando Ta 152 at Rechlin. In all he flew 271 missions and scored 35 victories, all on the Western Front. He was awarded the Knight's Cross in March 1943.Ref: LE3Limited Edition of 200Image Size: 527mm x 349mmOverall Size: 628mm x 495mmAccompanied by a Certificate of Authentici
Fine Art Print 25 Fighter Squadron Tornado F3 Signed 21 Fighter Squadron members. 25 Fighter Squadron History Tornado F3 Prints 500 issued and all Artist signed, but onl;y 39 carry 21 signatures of 25 Fighter Squadron Personal who fly Tornado's 39 carry signatures of 25 Fighter Squadron Personal who fly Tornado's from RAF Leeming. These Pilots & Navigators also flew in the Gulf War ( Operation Desert Strom at which time 25 Squadron was amalgamated with 11 Squadron. Flt Lt Archie Neill ( Leading Display Pilot), Flt Lt Andy Simmons, Flt Lt P A Luxton, Flt Lt J Brown, Sqn Ldr G M Viney & Flt Lt M Johnson. Image Size 480mm by 380mm Overall Size 640 by 450
The Battle for the Skies Over Dieppe, 19th August 1942 by Graeme Lothian 50 issued Signed Artist The Battle for the Skies Over Dieppe, 19th August 1942 by Graeme Lothian. The Battle for the Skies Over Dieppe, 19th August 1942 by Graeme Lothian. A large umbrella of Spitfire Wings covered most of the sky over Dieppe during the Allied attack Operation Jubilee on 19th August 1942. Squadron leader Johnnie Johnson leads 610 (County of Chester) Squadron down from top cover support to lend a hand to Spitfires of 485 Squadron (New Zealand) and 411 Squadron (Canadian) which made up the 12 Group Wing, led by W/C Pat Jameson. The enemy being made up of a huge mixed force of Fw190 and Me109 fighters from JG2 and JG26. 12 Group Wing flew four times that disastrous day and in the end the Royal Air Force lost 106 aircraft compared to the Luftwaffe losses of 48. ceritied of 50 Signed limited edition of 50 prints. Image size 25 inches x 17 inches (64cm x 43cm)
Combat Over Normandy by Graeme Lothian Signed 3 plus Artist.Combat Over Normandy by Graeme Lothian. Spitfires of R.C.A.F 144 Wing led by Wing Commander Johnson in combat with ME109s of JG3 over Arromanches, France June 1944. Signed by Johnnie Johnson Pilot Officer - Pilot Decorations DFC* DSO** CBE CB Squadrons 616 19 127 Wing 125 Wing .38 Enemy aircraft destroyed.He received the DFC ( US) the order of Leopold & the C de G ( Belg).He served in the USAF and Korea in 1950.He retired on March 15 1966 as a Air Vice Marshal Pete Brothers Battle of Britain pilot. WW11 Ace. 16 destroyed. And Geoffrey Page Page had accounted for three "kills" by the time he was shot down on the 12 August 1940, during the Battle of Britian . Flying behind his commanding officer, who was attacking a large formation of Dornier Do 17 bombers, Page's Hurricane was hit and caught fire. The fuel tank in front of him spewed burning high-octane fuel into the cockpit, covering Page. His uncovered hands and face were so badly burnt that as he descended in his parachute, he could smell his own flesh burningLimited edition of 850 prints. Image size 28 inches x 17 inches (71cm x 43cm)
Returning from Caen by Graeme Lothian Signed 11 plus Artist Returning from Caen by Graeme Lothian. Spitfires from 144 Wing RCAF 2nd TAF led by W/c Johnnie Johnson. Supplying air cover to a mixed force of 942 bombers over Normandy on Operation Goodwood, 18th July 1944. SR-Z of 101 (Special) squadron. Lancasters piloted by Flt Lt George Harris DFCSigned by 3 pilots and 8 bomber crew, one from each of the RAF World War Two bombers: Signed by Flt Lt George Harris DFC (Lancaster), Sqn Ldr Larry Lewis (Wellington), Flt Lt Eric Kemp (Halifax), Flt Lt Mike Allen (Mosquito), Flt Lt Malcolm Scott DFC (Mitchell), Wg Cdr Peter Ward Hunt DFC (Hampden), Sqn Ldr Ian Blair DFM (Blenheim), Flt Lt Arthur Eyton- Jones DFC (Boston), Flt Lt Tom Austin DFC AE (Stirling), Flt Lt Peter Rutter (Whitley), and Flt Lt Larry Robillard (Spitfire) Signed limited edition 1 of 300 prints. Image size 24 inches x 15 inches (61cm x 38cm)
Aircraft drawing by M. Kinnear. Size 11.5 in x 14.5 in. Lancaster. Signed by Ivor Broom Bill North Bob Knight (617 Sqn) Bill Reid Mac Hamiton (617 Sqn.) Tony Iveson (617 Sqn.) N. Scrivinor and 6 other Lancaster crew who flew with 7 Sqn. Also signed Robert Raylor and artist M. Kinnear. Certificate of Authenticity of 6 + artist.