For the first time in our ten-year history we are offering a collection of mostly rare, sold out prints belonging to a collector we have known for almost as long. The prints are in ‘as new’ condition, stored flat and never been mounted or framed. Since their publication a number of the prints have been signed by additional air crew, making them even more collectable.
The prints are priced to sell, so do please order online, telephone (01225 444929 or email us Because we have only one print of each title we cannot guarantee availability until you contact us with your order. Normal shipping charges apply. There are plenty of bargains to be had. Most come with their original Certificate of Authenticity, but a few have been mislaid.
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by Robert Taylor
Signed by: Marshal of the Royal Air Force Sir Arthur T. Harris Bt GCB OBE DD
Overall print size 27” x 20”
Was £950 Now HALF PRICE £475
Gathering of Eagles
by Robert Taylor
Robert Taylor's commemorative print to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the American Air Forces Association is signed by SEVEN of the greatest fighter pilots of WWII (see below).
B-17 bombers of the Mighty Eighth are seen returning from a mission over Germany, escorted by P51 Mustangs of the USAAF and RAF Spitfires. Having endured all the flak thrown at them by the ground defenses, the courageous and determined crews now have to face attacks by FW-190 pilots of the Luftwaffe.
General Adolf Galland, top German Luftwaffe ace on the Western Front
Wing Commander Geoffrey Page DSO OBE DFC ,
General Gunther Rall, German ace (275 victories)
Colonel Hub Zemke, Commander 56th FG (15.25 victories)
Colonel Jim Goodson, 4th FG Ace (30 victories)
Group Captain Peter Townsend CVO, DSO, DFC
General Walter Krupinski. Luftwaffe ace (197 victories)
Overall print size: 32 inches x 24 inches (81cm x 61cm)
Was £950 Now HALF PRICE £475
by Gerald Coulson
It's a cold, misty winters day early in 1943 and a pair of Mosquitoes B. Mk IV return from a low level precision bombing raid over Occupied Europe.As the sun rises over the East Anglian countryside the unmistakable sound of Merlin Engines shatter the silence as these magnificent aircraft emerge from the mist skimming across the landscape, heading back to their Norfolk base.
Air Marshal Broom, Sir Ivor KCB CBE DSO DFC AFC
Squadron Leader Broom, TJ "Tommy" DFC
Group Captain Haine, Richard OBE DFC
Overall Print Size: 32"x 24"
Was £90 Now £75
Original oil on canvas painting by Barry Price
Selling on behalf of a customer well known to us.
The de Havilland DH.98 Mosquito was a British multi-role combat aircraft that served during the Second World War and the Post-war era. It was known affectionately as the "Mossie" to its crews and was also nicknamed "The Wooden Wonder".
When the Mosquito entered production in 1941, it was one of the fastest operational aircraft in the world. Entering widespread service in 1942, the Mosquito supported RAF strategic night fighter defence forces in the United Kingdom from Luftwaffe raids, most notably defeating the German aerial offensive Operation Steinbock in 1944. Offensively, the Mosquito units also conducted night time fighter sweeps in indirect and direct protection of RAF Bomber Command's heavy bombers to help reduce RAF bomber losses in 1944 and 1945. The Mosquito increased German night fighter losses to such an extent the Germans were said to have awarded two victories for shooting one down. As a bomber it took part in "special raids", such as pinpoint attacks on prisoner-of-war camp, Gestapo or German intelligence and security force bases as well as tactical strikes in support of the British Army in the Normandy Campaign. Some Mosquitoes also saw action in RAF Coastal Command during the Battle of the Atlantic, attacking Kriegsmarine U-Boat and transport ship concentrations, particularly in the Bay of Biscay offensive in 1943 in which significant numbers of U-Boats were sunk or damaged.
Canvas size (excluding frame) approx. 30” x 20” / 76 x 51 cms.
£1950.00 (£1,000 off)
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Overall size 28" x 20"
Returning from a raid over Lorient, France on the 17th May 1943 the Boeing
B-17 Flying Fortress "Memphis Belle" came under close attack from Fw190s and Me109s. Fortunately no aircraft were lost and very little damage sustained to the 91st Bomb Group aircraft during this mission - the 25th and final one in the "Memphis Belle" for Captain Robert Morgan
Named after Capt. Morgan's wartime sweetheart, Miss Margaret Polk, the "Memphis Belle" was based at Bassingbourn, England and was the first B-17 to complete 25 combat missions and keep her entire crew alive - this at a time when eight out of ten aircraft were being shot down over Europe. During ten months of service the "Memphis Belle" dropped over 60 tons of bombs on France, Belgium and Germany, shot down eight enemy fighters, and covered over 20,000 combat miles. The "Memphis Belle" is now on display in Memphis, Tennessee.
This is a superbly Remarqued copy.
Gathering of Eagles (six signatures)
Mosquitoes at Dusk (four signature remarque)
Ace of Diamonds (three signatures)
Against All Odds by Ronald Homes DFC
Painted by the same Lancaster pilot who flew the aircraft in the picture.
Click here to download his personal account of that night.