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Aviation and Military Art Gallery - The Complete Collection

Aviation and Military Art Gallery - The Complete Collection

Aviation Art Gallery - The Complete Collection

Aviation Art Gallery - The Complete Collection
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Aces on the Western Front by Robert Taylor

Aces on the Western Front by Robert Taylor


THE GICLÉE STUDIO PROOFS

The ancient Norman monastery on Mont St. Michel provides the majestic backdrop as a group of Me109s race across the coast returning to their forward base in northern France after a fighter sweep across the English Channel in early 1941.

Overall Giclée size: 36" wide x 24" high

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Action This Day by Richard Taylor

Action This Day by Richard Taylor
Halifax Mk3 LV907 'F-Freddy'
As dawn breaks over RAF Lissett, revealing that last night's biting wind has once again brought a covering of snow to the airfield. But, with conditions forecast to improve, tonight's operation to bomb industrial targets in Germany is set to proceed, and ground crew start to prepare Halifax Mk3 LV907 'F-Freddy', simply known as 'Friday 13th', for action.

Signed by up to 13 veterans



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Advance from Utah by Simon Smith

Advance from Utah by Simon Smith
Easy Company

It had been a rough ride for the men of 101st Airborne’s Easy Company. With heavy flak tearing into the C-47s carrying the paratroopers inland, the original drop plans had gone horribly awry and the men found themselves scattered, many lost without weapons or supplies. They knew that the largest amphibious force in history would be landing on Utah Beach in only a few hours, and was counting on them to secure the area behind the beach.

Signed by Easy Company veteran Staff Sergeant WILLIAM ‘WILD BILL’ GUARNERE -

and Emmy Award winning Actor DAMIAN LEWIS


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A Time For Heroes by Robert Taylor

A Time For Heroes by Robert Taylor
Aircraft Spitfires
Military aviation art by Robert Taylor
Band of Brothers Part IV: Royal Air Force and Royal Navy Fighter Pilots of World War II
Spitfires of 234 Squadron return to St. Eval after intercepting heavy raids on south coast ports during the Battle of Britain. Signatures in various editions include Group Captain Tom Dalton Morgan DSO DFC* OBE, Wing Commander Bob Doe DSO DFC*, Wing Commander George 'Grumpy' Unwin DSO DFM*, Squadron Leader Neville Duke DSO OBE DFC* AFC CzMC, Wing Commander John Freeborn DFC*, Flight Lieutenant John Squier, Squadron Leader Mahinder Pujji DFC, and on the companion print 'Preparing for Action' Commander Mike Crossley DSC* Royal Navy, Lieutenant Commander Peter Meadway Royal Navy. The Veterans edition also signed by Air Marshal Sir Denis Crowley-Milling, Air Commodore Peter Brothers with the companion print Gladiator signed by Air Vice Marshal Johnnie Johnson CB CBE DSO** DFC*, Wing Commander Harbourne Stephen CBE DSO DFC, Group Captain Peter Townsend CVO DSO DFC.

Fighter Pilots Edition includes 1 companion print Preparing for Action, Veterans Edition includes both companion prints

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A Welcome Sight by Richard Taylor

A Welcome Sight by Richard Taylor
Avro Lancaster

The mighty four-engined Avro Lancaster was the most famous and successful night bomber of World War II. Flown by the RAF, RCAF and RAAF the much-loved Lancaster formed the backbone of Bomber Command.

Signed by the artist and two highly respected and decorated veterans who flew with RAF Bomber Command: Wing Commander Jim Wright DFC, Warrent Officer Jack Wilson DFM



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A Welcome Return by Anthony Saunders

A Welcome Return by Anthony Saunders
Aircraft - B17G
THE MIGHTY EIGHTH PORTFOLIO

As the late summer sun starts to set over the peaceful English countryside, the relieved but weary crew members of ‘the 379th Bomb Group, nurse their battle scarred B-17's back to their base at Kimbolton

Signed by Lieutenant Colonel ROBERT GOSSMAN, First Lieutenant LEONARD L. SPIVEY

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A Welcome Return and Clash of Eagles by Anthony Saunders - The Pair

A Welcome Return and Clash of Eagles by Anthony Saunders - The Pair

Bought as a matching numbered pair* these momentous tributes to The Mighty Eighth are at a very special price.

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Clash of Eagles by Anthony Saunders

Clash of Eagles by Anthony Saunders
Aircraft - P-51 Mustang, Me109
THE MIGHTY EIGHTH PORTFOLIO

In the open skies high over occupied Europe, P-51 Mustangs of the 20th Fighter Group, flying out of Kings Cliffe, engage Me109’s from JG77 in a furiously contested dogfight.

Signed by Lieutenant Colonel CLYDE EAST, Oberleutnant KURT SCHULZE

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Air Armada by Robert Taylor

Air Armada by Robert Taylor
Battle of Britain Trilogy - THE HARDEST DAYS - PART ONE

Robert Taylor’s magnificent new masterwork, Air Armada, recreates a moment on that day as Heinz Bär, the Luftwaffe’s top-scoring NCO Ace of the Battle of Britain and one of the greatest Aces in history, climbs away from his airfield near Calais with the other pilots of 1./JG51 to escort the Do17s of KG76 for yet another deadly attack on the RAF. Away in the distance, Me110s from EPRG 210 also prepare to join the epic encounters that lie ahead.

Signed by up to 5 Luftwaffe Aces Oberst HAJO HERRMANN, Major HANS-EKKEHARD BOB, Major ERICH RUDORFFER, Generalleutnant GÜNTHER RALL, Oberleutnant HEINRICH SUDEL



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Air Combat Paintings Vol VI by Robert Taylor

Air Combat  Paintings Vol VI by Robert Taylor
RAF & COMMONWEALTH EDITION

Issued with companion print NORMANDY NEMESIS

To have one volume of paintings published would see many artists reach the pinnacle of their career, but Robert Taylor is something special. Widely acknowledged as the foremost aviation artist in the history of the genre, this new volume in his best-selling Air Combat Paintings series is, incredibly, Volume SIX! Already being spoken of as the finest volume of his works ever published, this new edition brings you his very latest and up to date work accompanied by informative text written with refreshing originality.

This wonderful new 128 page case-bound book is printed on heavy weight art paper and contains over 70 images reproduced in full colour, supported by a host of beautiful drawings and informative photographs, including many images never previously seen, and gold-blocked titles emblazon the spine.

Readers will experience some of the world’s greatest air battles as visualised by the world’s master of aviation art, and the story of how these masterworks came into existence.

This outstanding book is available with a choice of two different specially produced jackets - one to represent the USAAF and the other the RAF and Commonwealth - the choice is yours!

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Air Combat Paintings Vol VI by Robert Taylor

Air Combat  Paintings Vol VI by Robert Taylor
USAAF EDITION

Issued with companion print WHERE THE EAGLES GATHERED


To have one volume of paintings published would see many artists reach the pinnacle of their career, but Robert Taylor is something special. Widely acknowledged as the foremost aviation artist in the history of the genre, this new volume in his best-selling Air Combat Paintings series is, incredibly, Volume SIX! Already being spoken of as the finest volume of his works ever published, this new edition brings you his very latest and up to date work accompanied by informative text written with refreshing originality.

This wonderful new 128 page case-bound book is printed on heavy weight art paper and contains over 70 images reproduced in full colour, supported by a host of beautiful drawings and informative photographs, including many images never previously seen, and gold-blocked titles emblazon the spine.

Readers will experience some of the world’s greatest air battles as visualised by the world’s master of aviation art, and the story of how these masterworks came into existence.

This outstanding book is available with a choice of two different specially produced jackets - one to represent the USAAF and the other the RAF and Commonwealth - the choice is yours!

Due to the weight of these items we are forced to add a shipping supplement for overseas orders on the s/n and a/p editrions


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Airstrike over West Falklands by Robert Taylor

Airstrike over West Falklands by Robert Taylor
Aircraft Sea Harrier
Military aviation art by Robert Taylor
An amazing 'at-speed' image giving the eye-view of the last seconds of a Mirage V as a rocket from a Sea Harrier torpedoes toward it. Signed by Commander ‘Sharkey’ Ward.



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Air Superiority by Robert Taylor

Air Superiority by Robert Taylor
In April 1945, with the War virtually over, P-51 Mustangs of the 357th Fighter Group sweep unopposed at low level through the beautiful Rhine valley. This is the first release in a pair of prints paying tribute the USAAF in Europe 1942 - 1945.
Once again Robert Taylor has produced a classic painting reminiscent of some of his most collectable releases. The Aces edition is personally signed by Colonel Clarence E. 'Bud' Anderson, Brigadier General Frank L. Gailer, Lieutenant Colonel Robert G. Schimanski, Captain Robert P. Winks.
The Victory in Europe Edition is additionally signed by First Lieutenant Joseph Black, First Lieutenant Raymond T. Conlin, Lieutenant Colonel William W. Foard, First Lieutenant Dale E. Karger, Major John A. Kirla, Captain William B. Overstreet, Colonel Arval J. Roberson, First Lieutenant John Skara

All of whom flew in Europe with the 357th Fighter Group.

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American Clipper - Flying Cloud by Robert Taylor

American Clipper - Flying Cloud by Robert Taylor
Maritime art by Robert Taylor

The Clipper 'Flying Cloud' arrives at Hong Kong in May 1860, 97 days out of London.



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American Clipper - Flying Cloud by Robert Taylor Giclee Sudio Proof

American Clipper - Flying Cloud by Robert Taylor Giclee Sudio Proof
Canvas Edition by Robert Taylor

For two glorious decades in the mid-nineteenth century, the world’s great sea trading routes were dominated by the magnificent ‘Yankee Clippers’.

And none were finer or more famous than the American clipper Flying Cloud, legendary for her world beating speed records, some of which stood for 100 years, and for having a female Navigator - unheard of in 1854!

Signed by Robert Taylor

Robert Taylor is so impressed with the result of the Giclee on Canvas that he had this to say "These Giclée proofs are so impressive, they are as close to my original painting in colour and texture as it is possible to achieve in reproduced format".

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American Clipper - Spitfire by Robert Taylor

American Clipper - Spitfire by Robert Taylor
Tea, carried down the Min River from the plantations on Chinese junks, is loaded aboard the 'Spitfire' in Pagoda Anchorage, Foochow in October 1857. In this busy port scene a steam tug approaches, indicating the Clipper is almost ready to sail for London, a voyage that she will complete in 113 days
With compaion print Pagoda Anchorage



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American Eagles by Robert Taylor

American Eagles by Robert Taylor
One of World War Two’s best known P-51 Mustangs, Glamorous Glen III, flown by one of the aviation’s best known pilots, Chuck Yeager, together with pilots of the 357th Fighter Group head out of Leiston in Suffolk, on escort duty to an 8th Air Force bombing mission to Germany, October 1944. signed by Major James McLane, Captain Harvey Mace, Captain Charles E. Weaver.



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America Strikes Back by Robert Taylor

America Strikes Back by Robert Taylor
P-40 Tomahawk, Aichi D-3Al
Ken Taylor in his P-40 tomahawk, with George Walsh in close company, bringing down his second enemy aircraft on December 7, 1941, an Aichi D-3Al ' Val' dive-bomber. In the background palls of smoke rise from Hangar 6 housing the naval float planes, and the up-turned battleship Oaklahoma. Signed by Colonel WILLIAM DICKMAN , Colonel DAVID 'TEX' HILL , Lt. General JOE MOORE , Brigadier General KENNETH TAYLOR , Colonel EARL WILLIAMS




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Angels Three Zero by Robert Taylor

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Aircraft Spitfire
Military aviation art by Robert Taylor
Flying his 66 Squadron Spitfire at 30,000ft, Bobby Oxspring brings down a Me109 over the south coast during the Battle of Britain in the summer of 1940. Signed by Group Captain Bobby Oxspring .



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Arctic Hunters By Richard Taylor

Arctic Hunters By Richard Taylor
Me109s JG5

Occupied by the Germans, by 1942 Norway had become vital to Hitler’s war in the East. With the Russians threatening to overrun Finland and attack Norway, the pilots of JG5 were tasked to support German ground forces, and to escort the incessant Luftwaffe attacks on Arctic Convoys from Britain to the vital Russian ports of Murmansk and Archangel. With such unpredictably harsh weather it was a life-or-death battle fought under extreme conditions.

Signed by up to 4 eminent Luftwaffe veterans: Unteroffizier GUNTHER KOLB , Major ERICH RUDORFFER, Oberleutnant WALTER SCHUCK, Hauptmann KARL-FRITZ SCHLOSSSTEIN



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Arctic Hurricanes by Richard Taylor

Arctic Hurricanes by Richard Taylor
Hurricane

From a remote and windswept airfield 15 miles north-west of Murmansk in the freezing Arctic wastelands, a small group of RAF Hurricane pilots held the Luftwaffe at bay.

Signed by 3 veterans: Wing Commander JOHN ‘TIM’ ELKINGTON, Warrant Officer ERIC CARTER, Hauptmann KARL-FRITZ SCHLOSSSTEIN



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Assault on Omaha Beach and commemorative book Overlord D-Day and the Battle for Normandy

Assault on Omaha Beach and  commemorative book Overlord D-Day and the Battle for Normandy

THE COMMEMORATIVE LIMITED EDITION BOOK AND PRINT PORTFOLIO



Charging into a blizzard of unyielding machine-gun and mortar fire, elements of the 29th Infantry Division lead the assault on Omaha Beach, 6 June 1944. The scene at the water’s edge is one of chaos and bloody carnage as the heavily laden troops begin the 200 yard rush across the bullet-swept sands of what would later be known as ‘Bloody’ Omaha.

The D-Day Anniversary Portfolio includes the print ASSAULT ON OMAHA BEACH and OVERLORD D-DAY AND THE BATTLE FOR NORMANDY

With the signatures of up to 80 veteran signatures



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Attack on the Hiei by Robert Taylor

Attack on the Hiei by Robert Taylor
Aircraft F4F Wildcat
Military aviation art by Robert Taylor
Joe Foss's F4F Wildcats braving the fearsome hail of defensive fire as they distract enemy fire away from the vital torpedo attacks, their explosions throwing huge plumes of water skywards presenting an additional hazard to the F4F pilots. Signed by Brigadier General Joseph J Foss, Lt. Colonel Roger Haberman, Lt. Colonel William B Freeman, Colonel T W ‘Boot’ Furlow. Millenium proof has companion print also signed by Lt. Col Ronnie Hay, Commander Don Sheppard.

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Attacking the Sorpe Dam by Richard Taylor

Attacking the Sorpe Dam by Richard Taylor
Aircraft - Lancaster

Book and Print Portfolio

Richard’s stunning pencil drawing, completed on buff paper with colour highlights, depicts Lancaster AJ-F, piloted by Canadian Ken Brown, powering away from the Sorpe Dam as a huge plume of water erupts behind it. This was the second and final attack on the impenetrable dam which just a few hours earlier was attacked by ‘Johnny’ Johnson’s Lancaster AJ-T. Both aircraft scored direct hits.

The Last British Dambuster book signed by Sqn Ldr GEORGE ‘JOHNNY’ JOHNSON DFM

Attacking The Sorpe Dam Collectors and Remarque editions matted to include the signatures of Sgt RAY GRAYSTON, Cpl KEN LUCAS

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Back From Normandy by Nicolas Trudgian

Back From Normandy by Nicolas Trudgian
Aircraft Spitfire
Military aviation art by Nicolas Trudgian
Mk IX Spitfires of 126 Squadron, led by Wing Commander Pete Brothers flying his Mk VII Spitfire wearing high altitude paint scheme, race back to base at RAF Culmhead. Signed by Air Commodore Peter Brothers , Lieutenant General Baron Mike Donnet , Squadron Leader Arthur ‘Joe’ Leigh.



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Baders Bus Company The Giclee Edtion by Robert Taylor

Baders Bus Company The Giclee Edtion by Robert Taylor
Spitfire

Robert Taylor's famous painting portrays Spitfires of the Tangmere Wing flying a southerly course towards the Pas de Calais and a doubtless engagement with Adolf Galland's 'Abbeville Boys'. The glorious colours of sunrise glint on the sleek fighters as they streak out over the early
morning cumulus clouds.

The original lithograph edition, which was personally signed by pilots from this famous unit, are long sold out and will always remain in great demand. However, thanks to the latest high-technology Giclée process, collectors can at last enjoy this much admired image on canvas through the release of these new Studio Proofs.

Each canvas is hand-signed by the artist Robert Taylor, stamped on the back, hand-numbered and issued with a Certificate of authenticity.

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Bader Legend by Robert Taylor

Bader Legend by Robert Taylor
Aircraft Spitfire
Military aviation art by Robert Taylor
The legendary Wing Leader Douglas Bader High over the south coast of England, flying his beloved Mark V Spitfire. Signed by four famous Aces of Tangmere Wing who flew with Douglas Bader; Squadron Leader Lionel 'Buck' Casson, Air Marshal Sir Denis Crowley-Milling, Air Vice Marshal Johnnie Johnston, Wing commander George ‘Grumpy’ Unwin.



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Barque Glenogil by Robert Taylor

Barque Glenogil by Robert Taylor
Maritime art by Robert Taylor
The four-masted barque 'Glenogil' passes Liverpool pier head as she is towed up the Mersey. Paddle steamers in the foreground are seen embarking passengers for the river crossing in this busy harbour scene.



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Battle of the Brenner by Anthony Saunders

Battle of the Brenner by Anthony Saunders
THE BATTLE FOR ITALY PORTFOLIO

ANNOUNCING THE LATEST PAIR OF LIMITED EDITIONS FROM THE STUDIO OF ANTHONY SAUNDERS PAYING TRIBUTE TO THE USAAF IN THE ITALIAN THEATRE DURING WWII:

The last remaining units of the fascist Italian Air Force attempt to engage B25s from the 340th Bomb Group who have successfully destroyed a vital enemy rail bridge in the strategic Brenner Pass, northern Italy, 10 April 1945. The enemy Me109s are completely routed by escorting P51 Mustangs of the 325th Fighter Group who are quickly on the scene.

THE SIGNATURES
Each print is personally signed by a B-25 Pilot who flew Bombing missions in Southern Italy, the edition is also signed by the artist, and hand numbered.

Second Lieutenant GENE KOSCINSKI

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Battle of the Brenner and Roam at Will -  The Pair by Anthony Saunders


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Roam at Will by Anthony Saunders

Roam at Will by Anthony Saunders
THE BATTLE FOR ITALY PORTFOLIO

ANNOUNCING THE LATEST PAIR OF LIMITED EDITIONS FROM THE STUDIO OF ANTHONY SAUNDERS PAYING TRIBUTE TO THE USAAF IN THE ITALIAN THEATRE DURING WWII:

Returning to base after an arduous escort mission, Captain Art Fiedler leads a flight of P51 Mustangs from the 325th Fighter Group - the Checkertail Clan - through the Po Valley in northern Italy seeking out targets of opportunity amongst the retreating Axis forces, July 1944.

THE SIGNATURES
The edition is signed by the artist and hand numbered and each print is individually hand signed and authenticated by one of the foremost Aces in the 325th Fighter Group:

Colonel ART FIEDLER

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Band of Brothers by Robert Taylor

Band of Brothers  by Robert Taylor
Aircraft Lancaster
Military aviation art by Robert Taylor
Robert Taylor's new Lancaster painting shows S for Sugar on the morning of 27th April 1944 after her 95th sortie - a raid on a ball-bearing factory at Schweinfurt. Signed by Sir Michael Beetham, Squadron Leader Tony Iveson,
Flight Lieutenant Harry Hughes, Flight Lieutenant John Petrie-Andrews. Bomber Command Edition also signed by Air Marshal Sir John Curtis, Squadron Leader E. Gray Ward , Squadron Leader ‘Mac’ Hamilton, Squadron Leader Reg Lewis , The Lord Mackie of Benshie, Squadron Leader Harry Wright.




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Battle for Britain by Robert Taylor

Battle for Britain  by Robert Taylor
A Battle of Britain Spitfire from 610 Squadron takes on a Me109 from I./JG3 in a head-on attack high over the south coast port of Dover, in the late morning of 10 July 1940. Signed by :THE FIGHTER EDITION
Wing Commander TERENCE KANE, Group Captain TOM DALTON MORGAN DSO DFC* OBE, Flight Lieutenant RICHARD L JONES , Squadron Leader J G MILLARD :THE KNIGHTS CROSS EDITION All the above signatures plus: Generalleutnant GÜNTHER RALL , Oberleutnant GÛNTHER SEEGER :THE BATTLE OF BRITAIN PROOFS
All the above Six signatures plus: Major HANS-EKKEHARD BOB , Oberleutnant ERWIN LEYKAUF , Wing Commander GEORGE ‘GRUMPY’UNWIN DSO DFM* , Wing Commander GEORGE W SWANWICK , Group Captain GEORGE H WESTLAKE DSO DFC , Wing Commander WILFRED M SIZER DFC* , Flight Lieutenant MICHAEL E CROSKELL , Squadron Leader JOCELYN G P MILLARD , Wing Commander PADDY BARTHROPP DFC

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Battle of Britain Commemorative Book and Print set by Robert Taylor

Battle of Britain Commemorative Book and Print set by Robert Taylor
Battle of Britain Edition

The outstanding new 128-page case-bound book is printed on heavy weight art paper and contains over 150 images, including Roberts most famous Battle of Britain paintings, reproduced in full colour perfectly illustrating the events of this crucial period of Military History.

Issued with companion print Welcoming Respite

Signed by 10 signatories Flight Lieutenant TREVOR GRAY, Flight Lieutenant RICHARD JONES, Squadron Leader KEN WILKINSON, Squadron Leader PERCIVAL BEAKE DFC, Squadron Leader PETER BROWN AFC, Flight Lieutenant ‘JIMMY’ CORBIN DFC, Wing Commander TERENCE KANE, Squadron Leader NIGEL ROSE, Squadron Leader MICHAEL WAINWRIGHT, Dame VERA LYNN,

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Battle of the Coral Sea by Robert Taylor

Battle of the Coral Sea by Robert Taylor
Aircraft SBD Dauntless
Military aviation art by Robert Taylor
The Lexington's SBD Dauntless dive-bombers climbing out following delivery of their successful bombing attack, more SDBs follow them in while below the Devastator torpedo bombers swoop in to deliver their lethal cargo. Signed by Commander Harold L Buell, Captain Ben Preston, Commander Joe Riley, Captain Arthur J Shultz, Captain ‘Link’ Lawrence G Trayner.



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Battleship Row by Robert Taylor

Battleship Row by Robert Taylor
Maritime art by Robert Taylor
Reproduced from Robert Taylor's stunning pencil drawing, one of his finest ever, this evocative and dramatic scene shows the famous Battleship Row at Pearl Harbour immediately after the Japanese attack on December 7th, 1941.



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Blue Nose by Richard Taylor

Blue Nose by Richard Taylor
Blue Nose P-51 Mustang
Richard Taylor’s beautiful painting Blue Nose! portrays the P-51s of the 328th Fighter Squadron high above towering cumulus clouds over East Anglia in November 1944. Led by Major George Preddy, the P-51 pilots prepare to escort a large formation of B-17s on yet another arduous long range mission to Germany

Signed by uo 3 veterans: Major ALDEN P. RIGBY , First Lieutenant ROY WANDA , Major General CUTHBERT A. ‘BILL’ PATTILLO

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Battle of Britain, Aircraft - Hurricane

Canadian, Flight Lieutenant Johnny Kent leads the Hurricanes flown by Polish pilots of no.303 Squadron during September 1940 – at the height of the Battle of Britain. In this moving and highly evocative tribute to nearly 3000 young men from 14 nations who made up RAF Fighter Command during the Battle of Britain, Robert Taylor has chosen 303 Squadron the highest scoring squadron in 11 Group during the Battle of Britain to represent all the men of RAF fighter Command who flew and fought in one of history’s most crucial and decisive battles.

Signed by up to 10 veterans: Air Commodore John Ellacombe, Wing Commander Terrance Kane, Flight Lieutenant Richard Jones , Group Captain Byron Duckenfield , Wing Commander 'Tim' Elkington , Flight Lieutenant Keith Lawrence , Flight Lieutenant Albert Gregory , Squadron Leader Tony Iveson , Wing Commander Trevor Gray , Flight Lieutenant Peter Hairs ,


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Bomb Away - The Third Assault by Robert Taylor

Bomb Away - The Third Assault  by Robert Taylor
Dambusters

Robert Taylor's powerful new Master Drawing is a magnificent portrayal of 'Mick' Martin's successful attack on the Mohne Dam and is issued to commemorate the men of 617 Squadron who took part in Operation Chastise. These increasingly rare signatures are becoming progressively more difficult to find, and this new addition to Robert's Graphite Collection may prove to be one of the few remaining occasions when so many veterans are gathered together on a single print release.

Signed by 6 veterans: Sergeant Ray Grayston, Squadron Leader George Johnson, Corporal KEN LUCAS, Flight Sergeant Grant McDONALD, Squadron Leader LES MUNRO, Sergeant FRED SUTHERLAND,


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Broken Silence - Giclee Canvas Edition by Robert Taylor

Broken Silence  - Giclee Canvas Edition by Robert Taylor
Aircraft - Mosquito

SUPERB GICLÉE PROOF ON CANVAS FROM THE STUDIO OF THE WORLD’S PREMIER AVIATION ARTIST

As dusk brought the end to the day’s action for some, it was just the beginning of a long night ahead for many others. In a scene typical in Norfolk, England during the summer and autumn of 1943, two pairs of Mosquito B.IVs head out over the East Anglian fens on a low-level precision strike against enemy targets in Holland.

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Breaking Cover By Robert Taylor

Breaking Cover By Robert Taylor
The Graphite Collection

FW190


Concealed in the woods of northern France, Fw190 pilots break cover ready for a quick take-off to intercept Allied bombers in the summer of 1944.

One of the great fighters of World War II, the Fw190 for a time came to dominate the war-torn skies of Europe and was flown by many of the Luftwaffe's great Aces.

Signed by up to 13 Aces: Unteroffizier GERHARD KOTT 8 victories, Leutnant HELMUT BALLEWSKI Iron Cross, Leutnant KURT WUPPERMAN 3 victories,Generalmajor DIETRICH HRABAK KC with Oak Leaves 125 victories, Hauptmann GUNTHER SCHACK KC with Oak Leaves 174 victories, Oberst HERMAN BUCHNER KC 58 victories, Generalleutnant WALTER KRUPINSKI KC with Oak Leaves 197 victories, Generalleutnant GUNTHER RALL KC Oak Leaves with Swords 275 victories, Generalleutnant HANNES TRAUTLOFT KC 57 victories, Major FRITZ LOSISKEIT KC 68 victories, Major HEINZ LANGE KC 70 victories

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Break Out by Anthony Saunders

Break Out by Anthony Saunders
Bismarck
The pride of the German Kriegsmarine, the battleship Bismark, breaks out from Norwegian waters into the open sea on the evening of May 21st,1941, accompanied by an escort fleet and a complement of Me109s from 3./JG77 and Me110s from ZG76. It's voyage would be short lived, however. After a shattering victory over Britain's famous HMS Hood, the Royal Navy hunted and eventually sunk the mighty battleship on May 27th, 1941.



THE SIGNATURE
Each print has been personally signed by the artist as well as the following pilot who flew in Norway with ZG76:

Hauptmann KARL-FRITZ SCHLOSSSTEIN

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Break Out and Eismeer Patrol The Pair by Anthony Saunders

Break Out and Eismeer Patrol The Pair by Anthony Saunders


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Eismeer Patrol by Anthony Saunders

Eismeer Patrol by Anthony Saunders
Tirpitz
On the morning of March 11th 1943, Fw190s from IV./JG5 fly escort to the mighty battleship Tirpitz and a screening fleet of destroyers and torpedo boats as they begin a voyage north to Bogen Bay during Operation Rostock. Designed to evade the increasingly frequent British bombing raids, the Tirpitz joined an impressive German naval battle fleet gathering near Narvik. In this fleet, it posed a grave threat to Arctic convoys before its destruction on November 12th, 1944. This print has been signed by one of the few survivors rescued from the upturned hull of this battleship along with one of the last pilots to fly over the sinking vessel.


THE SIGNATURES
Each print has been personally signed by the artist in addition to the following Tirpitz veteran and JG5 pilot:
Leutnant Zur See WILLI VOLSING , Oberleutnant KURT SCHULZE


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Berlin Boar Fight by Anthony Saunders

Berlin Boar Fight by Anthony Saunders
Lancaster, Fw190
NIGHT SKIES OVER THE REICH PORTFOLIO
On the night of 23/24 August 1943, a lone Fw190 of the Luftwaffe’s crack unit JG300 Wilde Sau, defiantly engages a force of RAF Lancasters in the heavily defended, flak-torn skies over Berlin. With the heavy bombers illuminated by bursting flak and the fires of the burning city below, the Luftwaffe pilot engages his target, just one of over 700 RAF long-range bombers thrown into the assault that night.

Signed by Warrant Officer REG WHITE, Flight Lieutenant ERIC HOOKINGS, Oberleutnant ROLF EBHARDT Iron Cross

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Night Hunters by Anthony Saunders

Night Hunters by Anthony Saunders
RAF Mosquitos, ME262A jet.
NIGHT SKIES OVER THE REICH PORTFOLIO
As the climax of the inevitable defeat approaches, Leutnant Jorg Cypionka of 10./NJG11 engages a powerful incoming force of fast, high-flying RAF Mosquitos from 139 (Jamaica) Squadron (PFF) in one of his unit’s few remaining ME262A jets.
Signed by Warrant Officer REG WHITE, Flight Lieutenant ERIC HOOKINGS, Oberleutnant ROLF EBHARDT Iron Cross

Signed by: Flying Officer MIKE BAYON DFC, Flight Lieutenant GEORGE CASH DFC, Leutnant JORG CYPIONKA Iron Cross

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Berlin Boar Fight and Night Hunters the pair by Anthony Saunders

Berlin Boar Fight and Night Hunters the pair by Anthony Saunders





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Canadian Wing by Robert Taylor

Canadian Wing by Robert Taylor
Aircraft Spitfire
Military aviation art by Robert Taylor
With the Spitfires of Johnnie Johnson's Canadian Wing, complete with Normandy Invasion markings, making a sweep above the Normandy beaches. Signed by Air Vice Marshal Johnnie Johnson.



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Caught on the Surface by Robert Taylor Giclee Canvas Studio Proof

Caught on the Surface by Robert Taylor Giclee Canvas Studio Proof
Aircraft Sunderland, U-boat U-461
Military aviation art by Robert Taylor

The final moments on July 30th, 1943 of U-461 in the Bay of Biscay as Flight Lieutenant Dudley Marrows RAAF spots three U-boats on the surface.

UK ORDERS SENT STRETCHED - OVERSEAS ORDERS SENT ROLLED

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Channel Sweep by Richard Taylor

Channel Sweep by Richard Taylor

Spitfire - Battle of Britain

On 14 June 1940, the first German jackboots were heard on the streets of Paris. Within days France signed an armistice and Hitler could now turn his avaricious eyes north and across the grey waters of the Channel. The island of Britain stood alone and, faced with the threat of imminent invasion, few gave her much chance of survival.

Signed by up to 20 heroes: Wing Commander JOHN 'TIM' ELKINGTON, Wing Commander TONY PICKERING AFC, Flight Lieutenant WILLIAM ROBERT 'BOB' HUGHES DFC AE, Flight Lieutenant TERRY CLARK DFM AE, Flight Lieutenant LEONARD DAVIES, Wing Commander BOB FOSTER DFC, Squadron Leader TONY IVESON DFC, Wing Commander TERENCE KANE, Wing Commander TOM NEIL DFC* AFC, Squadron Leader NIGEL ROSE, Squadron Leader GEOFFREY WELLUM DFC, Squadron Leader KEN WILKINSON, Corporal ALEC GRAY, Wing Commander PADDY BARTHROPP DFC AFC, Wing Commander HARBOURNE STEPHEN DSO, Wing Commander JOHN FREEBORN DFC*, Air Commodore PETER BROTHERS CBE DSO DFC*, Air Commodore Sir ARCHIE WINSKILL CBE CVO KVCO DFC*, Squadron Leader CHARLES FRIZELL, Warrant Officer LEOPOLD HEIMES



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Channel Sweep Publisher Proof by Richard Taylor

Channel Sweep Publisher Proof by Richard Taylor

Spitfire - Battle of Britain

On 14 June 1940, the first German jackboots were heard on the streets of Paris. Within days France signed an armistice and Hitler could now turn his avaricious eyes north and across the grey waters of the Channel. The island of Britain stood alone and, faced with the threat of imminent invasion, few gave her much chance of survival.

Signed by 20 heroes: Wing Commander JOHN 'TIM' ELKINGTON, Wing Commander TONY PICKERING AFC, Flight Lieutenant WILLIAM ROBERT 'BOB' HUGHES DFC AE, Flight Lieutenant TERRY CLARK DFM AE, Flight Lieutenant LEONARD DAVIES, Wing Commander BOB FOSTER DFC, Squadron Leader TONY IVESON DFC, Wing Commander TERENCE KANE, Wing Commander TOM NEIL DFC* AFC, Squadron Leader NIGEL ROSE, Squadron Leader GEOFFREY WELLUM DFC, Squadron Leader KEN WILKINSON, Corporal ALEC GRAY, Wing Commander PADDY BARTHROPP DFC AFC, Wing Commander HARBOURNE STEPHEN DSO, Wing Commander JOHN FREEBORN DFC*, Air Commodore PETER BROTHERS CBE DSO DFC*, Air Commodore Sir ARCHIE WINSKILL CBE CVO KVCO DFC*, Squadron Leader CHARLES FRIZELL, Warrant Officer LEOPOLD HEIMES

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Cloud Companions by Robert Taylor SM

Cloud Companions by Robert Taylor SM
Aircraft : Lancaster, Mosquito
Dawn has broken, the visibility is unlimited. They have yet to make the Channel crossing and enemy fighters are in the area. The crew of the Lancaster struggle to maintain flying speed and enough height to bring their large four engined aircraft home.Signed by a complete Lancaster crew: Pilot: Bill Reid VC; Navigator: John Costello; Bomb Aimer: Len Sumpter; Flight Engineer: Lyndon Sims; Signaller/Gunner: Roly Hammersley; Mid Upper Gunner: Fred Coney; Rear Gunner: Howie Wing;

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Coast in Sight by Robert Taylor

Coast in Sight by Robert Taylor
Lancaster

With one engine out and serious damage to the starboard wing, a Mk.III Lancaster struggles to maintain height as the crew coax their battered aircraft slowly home after a gruelling night bombing mission to Germany in the autumn of 1944. Completed in 1986 this moving piece joins the library of other major editions undertaken during this period, classic works such as Bombers Moon, JG-52 and Last Flight Home

Signed by up to 9 veterans who flew with 617 Sqiuadron: Wg Cdr JOHN BELL MBE DFC, Flt Lt ARTHUR POORE DFC, Flt Lt KEN TRENT DFC*, Flt Lt MURRAY VALENTINE, Sqn Ldr BENNY GOODMAN, Flt Sgt CHARLES AVEY, Flt Lt SYDNEY GRIMES, W.O. FRANK TILLEY, Sqn Ldr GEORGE ‘JOHNNY’ JOHNSON DFM




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Coastal Patrol by Richard Taylor

Coastal Patrol by Richard Taylor
Spitfire
Coastal Patrol, a new painting by the remarkably gifted young artist Richard Taylor, depicts Mk I Spitfires of 610 Squadron flying a defensive patrol low over the White Cliffs during the height of the Battle of Britain in August 1940. A superb painting that symbolises a crucial period in history.




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Cold Front by Nicolas Trudgian - Canvas Edition - SM

Cold Front by Nicolas Trudgian - Canvas Edition - SM
Canvas Giclee Edition - The only opportunity to obtain the full-size reproduction of the sensational original painting by Nicolas Trudgian, 'Cold Front'. The closest you will ever get to owning the original

The bitter Russian winter of 1943/44 was matched by some of the toughest fighting of the ground war. Between the Carpathian Mountains and the Dneiper River elements of the 1st SS Panzer Division Leibstandarte SS Adolf Hitler reinforced their fearsome reputation.

Another superbly atmospheric painting by Nicolas Trudgian

HAND SIGNED IN PAINT BY NICOLAS TRUDGIAN

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Colditz - Under New Management by Nicolas Trudgian

Colditz - Under New Management by Nicolas Trudgian
Colditz a forbidding medieval castle near Leiptzig, Germany - remains one of the most potent symbols of the Second World War. Reputed to be the Nazis most escape proof prison this grim castle is the most notorious PoW camp in history with the distinction of being the only German prison that had more guards than prisoners. Signed by Major PETER PARKER



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Concorde Pride of Britain by Stephen Brown

Concorde Pride of Britain by Stephen Brown
Climbing towards 60,000 feet and the edge of space Concorde (G-BOAD) traveled where no other commercial aircraft could go. Its enormously powerful engines enabled Concorde to reach the speed of sound Mach 1 (about 675 mph).



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Concorde Queen of the Skies By Philip West

Concorde Queen of the Skies By Philip West
Concorde looking her most majestic as she heads off into the sunset over the Atlantic Ocean. With the afterburners having just been switched on Concorde will quickly gain height until finally reaching a maximum altitude of 60,000 feet, where , on a clear day, passengers could see the curvature of the earth. Signed by only female Concorde pilot Barbara Harmer. Artist proofs also signed by Concorde co-pilot Peter Sinclair and Flight Engineer Trevor Norcott




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Close Call by Robert Taylor

Close Call by Robert Taylor
Aircraft Spitfire
A Spitfire of 610 Squadron narrowly misses colliding with an Me109 while in close combat, low over the South of England, during the late summer of 1940. Each print has been personally signed by two Battle of Britain Spitfire Pilots: Flight Lieutenant RICHARD JONES, Squadron Leader TONY IVESON



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Closing The Gap by Robert Taylor

Closing The Gap by Robert Taylor

Typhoon
As Typhoon Mk1b fighter-bombers of 247 Squadron exit the target area near Falaise at full throttle, the havoc wreaked in their wake bears witness to the devastation of their powerful rockets. Fuel and ammunition from the retreating German column explode with shattering detonations, the savagery of the attack demoralising the enemy into stunned oblivion.

(Knight's Cross Proof supplied with original matted Robert Taylor pencil drawing - very small editions subject to availability)

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Coming in over the Estuary by Robert Taylor

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Aircraft P-38
Military aviation art by Robert Taylor
P-38J Lightnings of the 364th Fighter Group flying low over Bosham, on England's south coast after a strafing mission over France in the summer of 1944. Signed by Lt. Colonel Frank Hurlbut, Colonel Jack M Ilfrey, Major Thomas E Maloney, Major Newell O Roberts, Colonel Darrell Welch.



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Dambusters by Anthony Saunders

Dambusters by Anthony Saunders

Immediately following their devastating attack on the Möhne Dam,the specially modified Lancasters of 617 Squadron successfully breach the second of Germany’s mighty western dams - the Eder, on the night of the 16/17th May, 1943.

Signed by Flight Sergeant RAY GRAYSTON RAF, Flight Sergeant FRED SUTHERLAND RCAF

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Dambusters by Gerald Coulson SM

Dambusters by Gerald Coulson  SM
Aircraft - Lancaster

Military aviation art by Gerald Coulson
As Mick Martin's aircraft pulls away from the target his 9,250lb bomb explodes behind him and although not actually breaching the dam wall, sends a huge plume of water into the air leaving a fine mist hanging in the atmosphere. Guy Gibson having already made his run flies to Martins right, lights on full drawing gun fire from the towers.

The Signatures: George Chalmers , Edward Johnson , Raymond Grayston , George Johnson .



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Coup de Grace - The Mohne Dam by Anthony Saunders - The Dambusters book portfolio

Coup de Grace - The Mohne Dam by Anthony Saunders - The Dambusters book portfolio



Book and Print portfolio - Aircraft - Lancaaster

This unique portfolio includes an individually numbered copy of the book THE DAMBUSTERS, complete with its own luxury embossed slipcase, together with a matching-numbered copy of the dramatic print: Coup de Grace - The Mohne Dam

Signed by up to 50 veterans - please click link below for complete list of signatories:


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Dambusters - En-Route by Anthony Saunders

Dambusters - En-Route by Anthony Saunders

Flying at altitudes as low as fifty feet, Lancasters of 617 Squadron follow the Dutch canals en-route to Germany - their target, the mighty Dams of the Rühr - on the night of the 16 / 17 May 1943. At such low level the pilots of many of the specially modified Lancasters found their flying skills tested to the extreme

Signed by Squadron Leader GEORGE JOHNSON DFM, RAF, Flight Sergeant GRANT S. McDONALD RCAF

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Dambusters - Enroute & Dambusters by Anthony Saunders - The Pair

Dambusters - Enroute & Dambusters by Anthony Saunders - The Pair

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Dambusters - Breaching The Eder Dam by Robert Taylor

Dambusters - Breaching The Eder Dam by Robert Taylor
Dambusters : Lancaster
Robert Taylor’s sensational new painting vividly shows the dramatic moment of impact. In the cockpit Knight and flight engineer Ray Grayston fight the controls to clear the dam, combining their physical strength to haul the lumbering Lancaster up and over the dam and to clear the high ground that lies ahead. Below and behind them, the second of Germany’s mighty western dams lies finally breached.

Signed by up to 6 veterans Sergeant RAYMOND E. GRAYSTON RAF , Squadron Leader GEORGE L. JOHNSON DFM RAF, Squadron Leader LES MUNRO DSO DFC RNZAF , Sergeant FREDERICK E. SUTHERLAND RCAF , Flight Sergeant GRANT S. McDONALD RCAF, Corporal KENNETH LUCAS RAF

The Tribute Edition signed in addition by Air Marshal Sir HAROLD (MICK) MARTIN KCB CB DSO* DFC* AFC
Squadron Leader DAVID J. SHANNON DSO* DFC* Flight Lieutenant GEORGE A. CHALMERS DFC DFM !!




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Lancaster

Wing Commander Gibson’s aircraft in the foreground and Flt. Lt. Martins in the distance, both draw flak away from Sqn. Ldr. Young’s Lancaster after it has dropped it’s ‘Bouncing Bomb’ and makes its escape over the Mohne Dam.



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Dambusters - Leading the Way by Robert Taylor with Book on Guy Gibson

Dambusters - Leading the Way by Robert Taylor with Book on Guy Gibson
Lancaster

AN OUTSTANDING NEW BOOK AND PRINT PORTFOLIO COMMEMORATING THE DAMBUSTERS RAID OF MAY 1943

On the night of 16 / 17 May 1943, nineteen specially modified Lancasters of 617 Sqn left RAF Scampton to attack the mighty dams of the Ruhr valley using an ingenious 'bouncing bomb'. What followed would become legendary as one of the most audacious bombing raids ever attempted, and within hours the destruction of the Möhne and Eder dams would wreak havoc with the German war machine.

Signed by up to 5 signatories: Sqn Ldr GEORGE 'JOHNNY' JOHNSON DFM, Cpl KEN LUCAS, Sgt FRED SUTHERLAND (matted), Fg Off RAY GRAYSTON (matted), Dr MARY STOPES-ROE (bookplate - collectors) daughter of Barnes Wallis

The Book:
This unique insight into the life of Guy Gibson - the leader of the Dambusters Raid - is written by the man who devoted himself to tend Gibson’s grave and final resting place in Holland.Compiled with Gibson’s widow, Eve Gibson, this fascinating book is packed with photographs, diagrams and illustrations telling the story of Operation Chastise as never before.

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Dambusters The Impossible Mission by Robert Taylor SM

Dambusters The Impossible Mission by Robert Taylor SM

"Dinghy" Young, flying Lancaster AJ-A, heading through flak and machine gun fire towards the Möhne Dam at precisely 60ft, has just released his cylindrical, hydrostatically-triggered bouncing bomb clearly visible against the huge splash created as it hits the water. The mighty Möhne Dam has but moments to live.

Signed by aircrew: Sergeant RAYMOND E. GRAYSTON, Squadron Leader George L. Johnson DFM,



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Lancaster - Dambusters

ANNOUNCING THE FINAL RELEASE IN THE 70th ANNIVERSARY DAMBUSTERS SERIES

With silver moonlight glinting on the wave tops below, Guy Gibson leads the first wave of Lancaster’s low across the North Sea to avoid enemy detection, on the night of 16/17 May 1943. In formation with ‘Mick’ Martin on his port side and ‘Hoppy’ Hopgood to starboard, Gibson heads towards the Dutch Coast and the Ruhr valley beyond - their mission, the destruction of the Mohne and Eder Dams.

Each print is personally signed by four veterans that were directly involved in the raid, including two of the last surviving Aircrew to take part:
Squadron Leader LES MUNRO CNZM DSO QSO DFC RNZAF, Corporal MAUREEN STEVENS WAAF, Squadron Leader GEORGE ‘JOHNNY’ JOHNSON DFM RAF, Dr. MARY STOPES-ROE


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Dambusters The Impossible Mission by Robert Taylor SM

Dambusters The Impossible Mission by Robert Taylor SM
"Dinghy" Young, flying Lancaster AJ-A, heading through flak and machine gun fire towards the Möhne Dam at precisely 60ft, has just released his cylindrical, hydrostatically-triggered bouncing bomb clearly visible against the huge splash created as it hits the water. The mighty Möhne Dam has but moments to live. Signed by up to 7 aircrew: Sergeant RAYMOND E. GRAYSTON, Squadron Leader George L. Johnson DFM, Squadron Leader LES MUNRO DSO DFC RNZAF, Sergeant FREDERICK E.SUTHERLAND RCAF, Flight Sergeant GRANT S. McDONALD RCAF, Corporal BECK PARSONS, Corporal KENNETH LUCAS



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Dambuster - Final Briefing by Anthony Saunders
Lancaster

DAMBUSTERS ANNIVERSARY PORTFOLIO

A NEW PAIR OF PRINTS COMMEMORATING THE 70th ANNIVERSARY OF THE LEGENDARY DAMBUSTER RAID

Final Briefing is the first in Anthony Saunders' new pair of prints to commemorate the 70th Anniversary of the Dambuster Raid and depicts the moment at dispersal as Guy Gibson readies his crew to climb inside their waiting Lancaster - AJ-G 'George'. A red flare will soon curl skywards, burning brightly against the sun's fast-fading rays; it is the signal to start engines and at 21.39 G-George will get airborne, leading the first wave of three aircraft. For the crews of 617 Squadron the weeks of intensive training were now over - Operation Chastise was underway

Signed by veteran Corporal MAUREEN STEVENS WAAF

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Dambusters - The Breach by Anthony Saunders

Dambusters - The Breach by Anthony Saunders
Lancaster

DAMBUSTERS ANNIVERSARY PORTFOLIO

A NEW PAIR OF PRINTS COMMEMORATING THE 70th ANNIVERSARY OF THE LEGENDARY DAMBUSTER RAID

The second in Anthony Saunders pair of Dambuster 70th Anniversary commemorative paintings, The Breach depicts the scene as Guy Gibson engages enemy flak positions whilst Lancaster AJ-J, with pilot David Maltby at the controls, banks steeply away after delivering the coup-de-grace. A huge explosion and towering pillar of water marks the breach where a vast torrent begins to flood the valley below.

Signed by Squadron Leader GEORGE 'JOHNNIE' JOHNSON DFM RAF

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Dambusters - Final Briefing & The Breach by Anthony Saunders - The Pair

Dambusters - Final Briefing & The Breach by Anthony Saunders - The Pair
Lancaster - Dambusters


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Dambusters - Low Pass over the Mohne Dam by Anthony Saunders

Dambusters - Low Pass over the Mohne Dam by Anthony Saunders
Dambusters - Lancaster
The Dambusters Raid of 16/17 May 1943 was one of the most dangerous air operations carried out during World War II.
It depended on the skills of highly trained aircrew backed by some of the finest ground staff in the Royal Air Force who, until now, have remained some of the unsung heroes of that memorable night. Each print in Anthony Saunders' magnificent new rendition of 'Operation Chastise', is signed by both aircrew and groundcrew veterans who were part of one of the most celebrated missions in the history of aviation warfare.

Signed by 3 veterans. Squadron Leader GEORGE L. JOHNSON DFM RAF, Corporal KENNETH LUCAS RAF, Corporal MAUREEN STEVENS WAAF



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Dambusters - Last Moments of the Mohne Dam by Robert Taylor

Dambusters - Last Moments of the Mohne Dam by Robert Taylor
Lancaster - 617 Squadron

The largest dam in Europe, the fortress-like walls of Möhne held back nearly 140 million cubic metres of water essential to the industry and factories of the Ruhr. The Air Ministry had long ago decided that if the Möhne dam, and the two other major Ruhr dams the Eder and Sorpe were destroyed, it could deliver a massive blow to the Nazi war machine

Signed by up to 5 Veterans: Squadron Leader GEORGE L. JOHNSON, Corporal KENNETH LUCAS, Sergeant FREDERICK E. SUTHERLAND, Flight Sergeant GRANT S. McDONALD, Squadron Leader LES MUNRO



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Dambusters - Three Good Bounces by Robert Taylor

Dambusters - Three Good Bounces by Robert Taylor
Dambusters - 617 Squadron - Lancaster

Robert Taylor’s outstanding new painting depicts the moment as ‘Dinghy’ Young powers Lancaster AJ-A over the wall of the Möhne Dam, moments after releasing his bouncing bomb. Commanding Officer Guy Gibson, flying high with lights on to draw enemy flak, noted “three good bounces” of the bomb before it successfully detonated against the dam wall to trigger its collapse. David Maltby in AJ-J will shortly deliver the final, decisive blow.

Signed by up to 7 veterans and the daughter of Barnes Wallis who inspired her father to develope the Bouncing Bomb : Squadron Leader GEORGE ‘JOHNNY’ JOHNSON DFM RAF, Corporal MAUREEN STEVENS WAAF, Dr MARY STOPES-ROE, Squadron Leader LES MUNRO DSO DFC RNZAF, Flight Sergeant GRANT McDONALD RCAF, Sergeant FRED ‘DOC’ SUTHERLAND RCAF, Flying Officer RAY GRAYSTON RAF, Corporal KEN LUCAS RAF


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Dambusters - On Course For The Mohne Dam Richard Taylor

Dambusters - On Course For The Mohne Dam Richard Taylor
Lancaster - 617 Squadron

Guy Gibson leads the first wave of 617 Squadron’s Lancaster bombers towards the German border and on to the Mohne dam. After crossing the coast a fraction off course, Gibson adjusts his compass heading slightly and, as the unmistakable thunder of 12 cylinder Merlin engines at full throttle shatters the night, follows the course of a large canal where the owner of an ancient windmill, hearing the noise, hurries outside to witness the event

All editions signed by 2 veterans: Squadron Leader LES MUNRO CNZM DSO QSO DFC, Squadron Leader GEORGE ‘JOHNNY’ JOHNSON DFM. The Tribute Edition includes a matted original by Richard Taylor with 4 extra signatures

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Dambusters by Anthony Saunders

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Immediately following their devastating attack on the Möhne Dam,the specially modified Lancasters of 617 Squadron successfully breach the second of Germany’s mighty western dams - the Eder, on the night of the 16/17th May, 1943.

Signed by Flight Sergeant RAY GRAYSTON RAF, Flight Sergeant FRED SUTHERLAND RCAF

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Dambusters - Preparing T Tommy by Richard Taylor

Dambusters - Preparing T Tommy by Richard Taylor
The Last British Dambuster by George Johnnie Johnson & Preparing T Tommy by Richard Taylor



THE LIMITED EDITION COMMEMORATIVE SET
Comprising a mint First Edition copy of ‘THE LAST BRITISH DAMBUSTER’ individually signed by George ‘Johnny’ Johnson, complete with a bookplate personally signed by the last surviving Canadian Dambuster Fred Sutherland (Front Gunner on AJ-N) along with Ray Grayston (Flight Engineer on AJ-N) who both actually breached the Eder Dam, and Ken Lucas (Dambusters Ground Crew for 617 Sqn). Each book is individually hand-numbered and accompanied by a matching-numbered copy of the limited edition print Preparing T-Tommy signed by the artist Richard Taylor:




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Dangerous Coast by Robert Taylor

Dangerous Coast by Robert Taylor
de Havilland Mosquito

The de Havilland Mosquito was arguably the finest multi-role combat aircraft of World War II and, remarkably, one of the few front-line aircraft constructed almost entirely of wood - few other warbirds were built for so many different duties. Amongst its countless roles it formed the core of Coastal Command’s legendary anti-shipping strike force, and it is this role that is the subject of Robert Taylor's thrilling new painting, paying tribute to the Mosquito crews of World War II.

Signed by up to ten signatories: Flight Lieutenant DES CURTIS DFC , Warrant Officer RICHARD ‘DICK’ MAYWOOD, Flight Lieutenant BRIAN BEATTIE, Flight Lieutenant RAY HARINGTON, Flight Sergeant STANLEY ‘PADDY’ HOPE, Flight Lieutenant ROGER CALVERT, Flight Lieutenant TERRY CLARK DFM, Flying Officer CHARLES PARKER DFM, Squadron Leader JOHN PEMBERTON VK* , Pilot Officer JIM WESTON



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Dawn Eagles Rising by Robert Taylor

Dawn Eagles Rising by Robert Taylor
Aircraft Me 109

'Follow up' edition to Height and Sun

September 1940: And the Battle of Britain is reaching its crescendo as the Mel09s of 1./JG52, with their bright yellow noses glinting in the sun, gather speed and altitude as they form up shortly after take-off from their base at Coquelles, near Calais. Led by Hauptmann Wolfgang Ewald, the Scharwm settle into their loose, finger-four formation, the pilots alert for danger and ready for yet another raid on England, just a few miles across the Channel.

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Dawn Till Dusk by Richard Taylor

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D Day - Spitfire

This superb new edition is personally signed by outstanding Aces who flew with the Canadian Wing during the Normandy Invasions, under the leadership of the highest scoring RAF Ace of WWII – Johnnie Johnson.

Signed by up to 13 veterans: Wing Commander J.F ‘STOCKY’ EDWARDS DFC DFM, Wing Commander JAMES LINDSAY DFC, Lieutenant General DON LAUBMAN DFC , Squadron Leader ROY WOZNIAK DFC, Air Vice Marshal J.E 'JOHNNIE' JOHNSON CB CBE DSO** DFC* DL, Flight Lieutenant WILFRED BANKS DFC , Wing Commander LORNE CAMERON DFC , Group Captain ALBERT HOULE DFC , Squadron Leader IRVING KENNEDY DFC MD , Wing Commander ANDREW MACKENZIE DFC CD , Flight Lieutenant LARRY ROBILLARD DFM CD



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Day Duties for the Night Workers by Robert Taylor

Day Duties for the Night Workers by Robert Taylor
Lancaster - The Graphite Collection

Robert Taylor's magnificent new drawing, signed by distinguished aircrew who flew with Bomber Command during World War II, pays tribute to all the bomber crews who, night after night when the island fortress of Britain stood facing uncertainty, resolutely carried the fight to the enemy, delivering their deadly payloads deep in the heart of Germany,

Signed by up to 50 veterans - Bomber Command Edition includes a copy of the book Heroic Endeavour


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Day of Infamy by Anthony Saunders

Day of Infamy by Anthony Saunders
THE FIRST IN A SERIES OF RELEASES FROM THE MILITARY GALLERY HONORING THE MEN THAT FOUGHT IN THE DEFENSE OF PEARL HARBOR - DECEMBER 7th, 1941

Seventy years ago the world stood open-mouthed in shock as it learned of the infamous attack on Pearl Harbor. In tribute to all those that took part in the actions on December 7 1941, Anthony Saunders’ poignant new painting recreates the scene as the stricken California comes under yet another sustained attack from Aichi D-3A Val dive-bombers.

Signed by 2 veterans of that fateful morning: Chief Petty Officer CLARENCE E. LUX USN, Chief Boatsman EDWARD WISE USN



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Days of Thunder by Richard Taylor

Days of Thunder by Richard Taylor
P-47D Thunderbolt
Duxford became home to the 78th Fighter Group when they arrived in England with their P-47B Thunderbolts in 1943. The objective of the American fighter units was to gain air superiority over the Luftwaffe in support of their daylight bombing campaign. By 1944 they achieved their objective. Signed by Colonel ROBERT J. ‘SHORTY’ RANKIN. Fighter Aces Edition also signed by Colonel WALKER BUD’MAHURIN, Colonel STEVE ‘THE GREEK’ PISANOS, Brigadier General LES C. SMITH



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D-Day Armada by Nicolas Trudgian

D-Day Armada by Nicolas Trudgian
Aircraft: P51 Mustangs, B-26 Marauders

To commemorate the 60th Anniversary of D-Day - 6 June 1944 perhaps the most decisive day in the Military events of World War II .

Signed by Captain CLAYTON GROSS, Colonel MAURICE LONG, Major General DONALD STRAIT



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D-Day Drop 'Stick 21' by Robert Taylor

D-Day Drop 'Stick 21' by Robert Taylor
Graphite Collection

Robert Taylor's classic new Master Drawing, the latest in his Graphite Collection, captures the moment on the night of 5 June 1944 when the 101st Airborne's legendary squad of elite paratroopers jump into battle in the vital hours before the D-Day sea-borne landings commence. The pilots of the 440th Troop Carrier Group struggle to keep their Dakotas level as deadly flak pummels the formation,
At 23.45 on the night of 5 June 1944, the 101st Airborne’s most legendary unit of combat paratroopers the notorious ‘Filthy Thirteen’ jumped into France near the village of Sainte Mère Église, in the final hours before the D-Day landings.

Signed by up to 10 veterans: JAKE ‘McNASTY’ McNIECE, JACK ‘HAWKEYE’ WORMER, JAMES ‘MAGGIE’ MEGELLAS, BOB BEARDEN, MILTON SCHLESENER, BILL MAYNARD, ED TIPPER, BILL TRUE, FRANK SOBOLESKI, HERB SUERTH




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D-Day Normandy Landings by Robert Taylor

D-Day Normandy Landings by Robert Taylor
Maritime art by Robert Taylor
On the 6th June , 1944 no fewer than 4000 ships landed 133,000 assault troops on the beaches of Normandy. A further 23,000 parachuted in, whilst Allied aircraft flew 14,000 sorties on that historic day.

Signed by Sir Alex Stanier




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D Day the Airbourne Assault - Studio Canvas Proof - By RobertTaylor

D Day the Airbourne Assault - Studio Canvas Proof - By RobertTaylor

Robert Taylor’s iconic masterpiece D-Day - The Airborne Assault has been hailed by many leading veterans as the most realistic portrayal of D-Day air events rendered by any artist. Seen crossing a section of the invasion beaches, and closely escorted by P-51Bs of the 354th Fighter Group, C-47s of the 438th TCG tow CG-4 Waco gliders bringing in yet more reinforcements for the 82nd Airborne Division

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Deadly Pass by Anthony Saunders

Deadly Pass by Anthony Saunders
A STUNNING NEW LIMITED EDITION PAYING TRIBUTE TO THE HEROIC AIRMEN THAT FOUGHT IN THE ITALIAN THEATRE

Aircraft: Bf109, B-25 Mitchells

Whilst the Allies pushed ever closer towards Berlin, in the south, amidst the snow-capped mountains of the Italian Alps, an equally bitter and increasingly brutal battle was raging as the Axis forces struggled to keep open their last major supply route - the Brenner Pass.

Joining artist Anthony Saunders in signing every print are two highly decorated pilots who flew and fought over the Brenner Pass during WWII: Colonel ARTHUR C. ‘ART’ FIEDLER, Captain DAN P. BOWLING



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Decisive Blow by Anthony Saunders

Decisive Blow by Anthony Saunders
Aircraft: Spitfire, Ju88

During the final days of the Battle of Britain Pilot Officer Geoffrey Wellum from 92 Sqn based at Biggin Hill, banks his Spitfire after scoring a direct hit on a Ju88 bomber from KG77 over the Medway Estuary, on a day of heavy Luftw
Luftwaffe raids against London, 27 September 1940.

As the Luftwaffe tried to pummel London into submission during the summer of 1940, RAF Fighter Command, though vastly outnumbered, had shown an incredible resilience and Anthony Saunders’ superb painting depicts one of these raids, on a day when more than 50 German aircraft were shot down by the RAF.

Signed by up to 5 veterans: Fg Off KEN WILKINSON, Sqn Ldr GEOFFREY WELLUM DFC, Wg Cdr JOHN ‘TIM’ ELKINGTON, Flt Lt ARCHIE McINNES, Sqn Ldr TONY PICKERING AFC




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Defence of the Realm by Robert Taylor

Defence of the Realm by Robert Taylor
Aircraft: Hurricane

Robert Taylor’s specially commissioned limited edition print, in tribute to those who flew the Hurricane the aircraft that won the Battle of Britain. Robert skilfully captures the moment, after a dogfight over London, as No. 85 Squadron’s CO Peter Townsend levels off and turns his Hurricane for home to rearm, refuel and rejoin the fight.

Signed by Peter Townsend





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Desert Sharks by Robert Taylor

Desert Sharks by Robert Taylor
Curtis P40 Kittyhawk - THE GRAPHITE PORFOLIO - A new series of Limited Edition pencil drawings

A new Limited Edition from Robert Taylor, whose evocative pencil drawing commemorates the Curtis P40 and the pilots of the Allied Air Forces who flew it with such heroic distinction throughout World War II.
Signed by Squadron Leader NEVILLE DUKE DSO DFC

A very small edition of only 90 prints



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Destination Tokyo by Anthony Saunders

Destination Tokyo by Anthony Saunders
Aircraft: B-25 off the pitching deck of the USS Hornet

The daylight raid on Tokyo, led by Lt Col James H. Doolittle on Sunday 18 April 1942, has rightfully entered the history books as one of the most daring and courageous operations of the Second World War.

It is of great historical importance that the prints are personally autographed by up to 3 veterans that took part in the raid: Lt Col EDWARD J. SAYLOR DFC AFCM , Lt Col RICHARD E. COLE. AD 1st Class GEORGE H. MAYNOR

Signing on this new release began some years ago, making it likely to be the last Raiders signed edition ever to be made available. Given the popularity of Doolittle Raid releases on this historic anniversary, we anticipate this new release will be in great demand.



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Devastating Strike by RobertTaylor

Devastating Strike by RobertTaylor
Mosquito

It was less glamorous than the Spitfire and Hurricane and not seen as the backbone of Bomber Command, yet the Mosquito can arguably claim to be the RAFs ‘greatest’ aircraft of WWII.
It was one the fastest operational aircraft in the world, one of the most envied – and one of the most feared. Built almost entirely of wood, the beautifully streamlined ‘Wooden Wonder’ was a triumph of ingenuity at a time when resources of light alloys were in extremely short supply.

Signed by up to veterans: Flt Lt DES CURTIS DFC, Fg Of MAURICE WEBB DFM,W.O. RICHARD ‘DICK’ MAYWOOD, Flt Lt GEORGE DUNN DFC, Flt Lt GEORGE PRICHARD, Fg Off JACK YOUENS, Flt Lt JOHN TROTMAN DFC* , Flt Lt BRIAN BEATTIE


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Doolittle's D-Day Studio Canvas Proofs by Robert Taylor

Doolittle's D-Day Studio Canvas Proofs by Robert Taylor

Military Aviation Art by Robert Taylor

Aircraft: P-38

Flying his P-38 Lightning over the battlefront during the early moments of the Normandy landings, Jimmy Doolittle provided General Eisenhower with the first eyewitness report of the D-Day invasion.

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Duel in the Dark by Robert Taylor

Duel in the Dark by Robert Taylor
Aircraft Lancaster, Me109 night-fighter
Military aviation art by Robert Taylor
As Lancaster heavy bombers of 106 Squadron approach their target, Major Heinz-Wolfgang Schnaufer, Kommandeur of IV./NJG1 and the Luftwaffe’s top scoring night-fighter pilot, makes a daring attack passing feet below the mighty four engined aircraft. Signatures include Oberst Wolfgang Falck, Major Werner Hoffman, Major Paul Zorner , Oberfeldwebel Günther Bahr



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Dual Victory by Richard Taylor

Dual Victory by Richard Taylor
P51, Me109
24 March 1945. Clyde East, returning from a recce over Schweinfurt and with photos already in the can, takes on a group of six Me109’s single-handed. Flying his legendary ‘Lil Margaret, having already dispatched one, he peels round to line up his second Me109 to add two more victories to his remarkable tally. Signed by up to 4 Aces Lieutenant Colonel CLYDE B. EAST, Lieutenant Colonel ERNEST BANKEY, Colonel ART FIEDLER, First Lieutenant CLINT WHITE



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Eagle Force by Robert Taylor

Eagle Force by Robert Taylor
Robert Taylor's magnificent new painting features Spitfire Vbs of 71 Squadron RAF as they return to their base at North Weald, September 1941, the young American pilots perhaps taking a brief moment to marvel at the myriad colours of the late evening sun - welcome relief from the perils of recent air combat with the Luftwaffe high above the English Channel.

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Eagles on the Channel Front by Robert Taylor

Eagles on the Channel Front by Robert Taylor
ME109F, FW190A
Having just returned to their temporary airstrip in the region of St. Omer, Luftwaffe pilots of JG-26 excitedly debrief their recent encounter with Spitfires and Hurricanes, fought high over the Channel coast. The gleaming new Me109F's are discreetly parked under trees on the edge the airfield, providing some cover from low-level surprise attacks. While ground crews busily prepare the Wing's Me109s for another mission, a group of the exciting new Fw190A fighters taxi out.Signed by Oberfeldwebel HEINZ MARQUARDT , Oberst JOHANNES NAUMANN , Oberleutnant ERHARD NIPPA , Major GERHARD SCHÖPFEL , Oberleutnant GÜNTER SEEGER



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Eagles on the Rampage by Robert Taylor

Eagles on the Rampage by Robert Taylor
Mustang P-51

FOLLOWING HORRIDO! THIS NEW RELEASE IS THE SECOND EDITION IN ROBERT TAYLOR’S ACE OF ACES SERIES
PART II: PAYING TRIBUTE TO THE USAAF P-51 ACES IN EUROPE

Dominating the skies over Germany, P-51s of the 4th Fighter Group. The Eagles - sweep across the cloud tops, their pilots scanning the distant horizon for any signs of the Luftwaffe. They are ready for trouble should the enemy decide to chance their luck

Signed by up to 25 USAAF Aces including: Colonel CLARENCE ‘BUD’ ANDERSON 16¼ victories, Captain JAMES BROOKS 13 victories, Lieutenant Colonel DONALD CUMMINGS 6½ victories, Colonel BARRIE S. DAVIS 6 victories, Lieutenant Colonel CLYDE B. EAST 13 victories, Colonel ARTHUR ‘ART’ FIEDLER 8 victories, Lieutenant Colonel ROBERT ‘BOB’ KARR 6 victories, Lieutenant General GEORGE G. LOVING 5 victories, Colonel STEVE PISANOS 10 victories, Major General DONALD STRAIT 13½ victories

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Eagle Attack by Robert Taylor SM

Eagle Attack by Robert Taylor SM

The Third Commemorative Edition in ‘The Battle of Britain Trilogy’
Aircraft Me109
ADLERTAG’ (EAGLE DAY)
-that was Hitler’s code name for the start of the Luftwaffe’s great and decisive aerial offensive..
Signed by Adolf Galland, Gunther Rall, Dieter Hrabak, Walter Krupinski



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Eagles High by Robert Taylor SM

Eagles High by Robert Taylor SM
Aircraft Me109s, Spitfires
Military aviation art by Robert Taylor
Robert Taylor, master of portrayal of the aircraft in its element, offers us this magnificent rendition of Spitfires and Me109s in combat, during the intense air battles of 1940. Signed by Air Commander Pete Brothers, Air Vice Marshal Johnnie Johnson, Wing Commander Geoffrey Page, General Adolf Galland, General Günther Rall, General Johannes Steinhoff

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Early Morning Arrival by Robert Taylor SM

Early Morning Arrival by Robert Taylor SM
Lancaster

A rare Robert Taylor Limited Edition signed by three famous holders of the Victoria Cross: Bill Reid, Roderick Learoyd and Norman Jackson, and Andrew Mynarski's six fellow crew members of V-RA: A. de Breyne (Skipper), J. Kelly, P. Brophy, R. Vigars, J. Friday and A. Bodie.

In Robert Taylor's painting, Lancaster V-RA is seen on final approach to RAF Colerne early on the morning of 6 June 1944



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Easy Company - Moving On by Chris Collingwood

Easy Company - Moving On by Chris Collingwood
Easy Company - Normandy 1944

Major Dick Winters and the men of Easy Company, 101st Airborne Division, take up a holding position in the Normandy town of Carentan on 14 June 1944, eight days after their dramatic parachute drop into Normandy on D-Day.

Signed by 'Band of Brothers' : Corporal HERB ‘Jr.’ SUERTH, Colonel ED SHAMES, Sergeant PAUL ROGERS, Sergeant AMOS ‘BUCK’ TAYLOR


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Easy Company - The Taking of Carentan by Chris Collingwood

Easy Company - The Taking of Carentan by Chris Collingwood

The men of Easy Company as they fight their way through the bullet-swept streets of Carentan. Facing the enemy in close combat house-to-house street fighting, the paratroopers relentlessly pounded the enemy until the last vestiges of German resistance were overwhelmed and the objective taken.

Signed by 5 distinguished Easy Company veterens Corporal HERB 'Jr' SUERTH, Private 1st Class BILL WINGETT, First Sergeant FRANK SOBOLESKI, Colonel ED SHAMES, Private First Class BILL MAYNARD



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Eve of Destiny by Richard Taylor

Eve of Destiny by Richard Taylor
Douglas C-47 - 101st Airbourne - D-Day

Richard Taylor’s stunning new painting depicts the men of the 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division as they take inventory of their equipment during the early evening of 5 June 1944. Adorned with hastily applied invasion stripes, the C-47s of the 438th Troop Carrier Group stand primed, ready to carry the elite unit to Normandy in the early hours of D-Day 1944.

Signed by up to 6 Veterans: Sergeant WILLIAM 'BILL' GALBRAITH Item Company, 3rd Battalion, 506th PIR, Private 1st Class BILL WINGETT Easy Company, 2nd Battalion, 506th PIR, Captain EMMETT 'ROSY' NOLAN HQ Company, 2nd Battalion, 502nd PIR, Staff Sergeant PAUL MARTINEZ Dog Company, 2nd Battalion, 506th PIR, Sergeant MANUEL BARRIOS Item Company, 3rd Battalion, 506th PIR, Private FRANK DENISON Charlie Company, 326 Parachute

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Douglas C-47 - 101st Airbourne - D-Day

Paratroopers of the US 101st Airborne Division prepare to board Douglas C-47s at Upottery Airfield on the eve of D-Day. Shortly after 22.00hrs they will set course for Normandy and, after crossing the French coast under heavy AA fire, drop behind Utah Beach to seize key objectives just hours before the largest seaborne invasion in history.

Each print in the edition is personally signed by three paratroopers who jumped on D-Day with the 506th PIR, 101st Airborne:

Sergeant BILL TRUE Fox Company 2nd Battalion, 506th PIR, Private 1st Class SALVADOR PEREZ Service Company, 1st Batallion, 506th PIR, Private 1st Class ARTHUR ‘ART’ PETERSEN Fox Company 2nd Battalion, 506th PIR

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Evening Reflection by Richard Taylor

Evening Reflection by Richard Taylor
Battle of Britain
With soft evening sunlight radiant behind them, Hauptmann Wolfgang Ewald, Gruppenkommandeur of 1./JG52, leads a schwarm of Bf109s back to their base near Calais after another hectic encounter with pilots of RAF Fighter Command during the Battle of Britain, September 1940.

Signed by up to 6 Luftwaffe Aces: Generalleutnant GÜNTHER RALL KC - JG 52,
Major GERHARD BARKHORN - JG 52, General JOHANNES STEINHOFF - JG 52, Major HEINZ LANGE - JG 54, Major HANS-EKKEHARD BOB KC - JG 54, Major ERICH RUDORFFER KC - JG 2



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Eye of the Sun by Robert Taylor

Eye of the Sun by Robert Taylor
Messerschmitt Bf109s from 7./JG2 Richthofen

We are delighted to announce two new releases (Eye of the Sun and Response to Call ) from the world's most collected aviation artist, Robert Taylor to commemorate the 75th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain.

Messerschmitt Bf109s from 7./JG2 Richthofen head out on a long-range fighter patrol in September 1940. With the sun behind them they hope to launch a surprise attack on unsuspecting RAF aircraft, however these enemy raiders will soon be intercepted by some of Fighter Command’s most determined ‘defenders of the realm’.

Signed by the artist and up to 3 Aces: Major ERICH RUDORFFER Knights Cross with Oak Leaves & Swords; Generalleutnant GÜNTHER RALL Knights Cross with Oak Leaves & Swords; Major HANS-EKKEHARD BOB Knights Cross


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Farewell America by Robert Taylor

Farewell America by Robert Taylor
Maritime art by Robert Taylor
A nostalgic scene from 20th century maritime history that will bring back memories to thousands of transatlantic passengers and troops who travelled aboard the 'Queen Mary' to war and home again.




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Fastest Victory by Robert Taylor

Fastest Victory by Robert Taylor
Hurricane
Taking his Hurricane off from Speke, a raiding JU88 crossed the airfield in front of Denys Gillam, who promptly shot it down.

Signed by Denys Gillam



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Fields Of Glory by Richard Taylor

Fields Of Glory by Richard Taylor
Spitfire

With the Battle of Britain reaching its climax, Mk.Ia Spitfires from 92 Squadron return to their new base at Biggin Hill in early September 1940. As if in tribute to fallen comrades, a bright swathe of second-flowering corn poppies greet their thunderous arrival.

Signed by the artist and 3 veterans: Flying Officer KEN WILKINSON, Flight Lieutenant TERRY CLARK DFM AE, Leading Aircraftsman BILL JONATHAN

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Flight of Eagles by Robert Taylor SM

Flight of Eagles  by Robert Taylor SM
Aircraft - Me109s
Military aviation art by Robert Taylor
A magnificent rendering of the notorious Me109s of JG26, Adolf Galland’s Jagdgeschwader (Fighter Wing).

Signed by Adolf Galland.


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Final Roster by Anthony Saunders

Final Roster by Anthony Saunders
C-47 - 82nd and 101st Airborne Divisions

On the evening of 5 June 1944, at a dozen airfields across southern England, more than 13,000 American paratroopers prepared themselves for a mission that would change the course of history.

Signed by the artist and 2 veterans, Staff Sergeant EDWARD TUNISON, Captain DEAN McCANDLESS

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The Art of Combat - Fine Tuning by Richard Taylor

The Art of Combat - Fine Tuning by Richard Taylor
THE LIMITED EDITION BOOK AND PRINT PORTFOLIO

The limited edition portfolio comprises an individually numbered book, personally signed by artist Richard Taylor, issued in a luxurious embossed slipcase. Each book is accompanied by a matching numbered copy of Richard's new print Fine Tuning, specially commissioned for this occasion.

Signed by the artist and Major ERICH RUDORFFER

Due to the weight orders from outside the UK will be subject to an additional shipping charge. Please contact us for details.




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First Strike by Richard Taylor

First Strike by Richard Taylor
Mosquitos of 27 Squadron - the Flying Elephants

Fought in often atrocious conditions, the war against the Japanese in Burma was cruel, savage and brutal. Flushed with thoughts of invincibility after their quick victories in Malaya and Singapore, by 1943 the Imperial Japanese Army had pushed the Allies all the way back to the borders of India, the jewel in the crown of the British Empire. Richard Taylor’s incredible new painting, First Strike, features the Mosquitos of 27 Squadron - the Flying Elephants - newly arrived at Agartala in north-east India.

Signed by up to 9 veterans: Flight Sergeant STANLEY ‘PADDY’ HOPE, Warrant Officer RICHARD ‘DICK’ MAYWOOD, Squadron Leader JOHN BROWN DFC, Flight Lieutenant DENNIS GOSLING , Flying Officer LES HADLEY , Squadron Leader ZBYSEK ‘NICKY’ NECAS Czech War Cross *, Warrant Officer ‘BERT’ WINWOOD , Flight Lieutenant DES CURTIS DFC, Flight Lieutenant ROGER CALVERT




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Fear Nothing by Anthony Saunders

Fear Nothing by Anthony Saunders
The Battle of Britain Portfolio - Blenheim
The Battle of Britain is at its height but the threat of invasion is still a deadly reality. As the country waited, grim and expectant, for Hiltler's Operation Sealion to be put into action, Blenheims from 105 Squadron make another strike against German troop barges assembling in the northern French port of Boulogne

Signed by Flight Lieutenant TERRY CLARK DFM , Wing Commander TONY PICKERING

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Merlin Chorus by Anthony Saunders

Merlin Chorus by Anthony Saunders
The Battle of Britain Portfolio - Hurricane
Fresh from a successful action over marauding Me110s and Me109s attempting a raid on Portland during the Battle of Britain, Spitfires of 152 Squadron, with the distinctive sound of their Merlin engines echoing around Lulworth Cove, return to their base at Warmwell to re-fuel and re-arm


The signatures Warrant Officer DAVID DENCHFIELD, Wing Commander GEORGE SWANWICK


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Signed by Flight Lieutenant TERRY CLARK DFM , Wing Commander TONY PICKERING

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Fear Nothing and Merlin Chorus by Anthony Saunders - The Pair

Fear Nothing and Merlin Chorus by Anthony Saunders - The Pair

Bought as a matching numbered pair* these momentous tributes to the Battle of Britain are at a very special price.

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Fight for the Sky by Robert Taylor

Fight for the Sky by Robert Taylor
Spitfire, Heinkell III
Against the might of German airpower stood less than 600 Spitfire and Hurricane fighers, their young pilots determined to defend their homeland. Always outnumbered, these Royal Air Force pilots flew themselves to the point of exhaustion. About one quarter of these heroic airmen never returned from their missions.


Millenium Proof comes with a companion print and is signed by Wing Commander PADDY BARTHROPP, Squadron Leader 'BEN' BENNIONS, Group Captain JOHN BISDEE, Wing Commander BOB DOE, Group Captain GEORGE UNWIN, Group Captain ALAN WRIGHTSquadron Leader CYRIL 'BAM' BAMBERGER, Flying Officer FREDERICK BARKER, Squadron Leader ROBERT BEARDSLEY, Wing Commander JOHN FREEBORN, Squadron Leader HERBERT GREEN, Squadron Leader NORMAN HANCOCK, Wing Commander MICHAEL HERON, Flying Officer CLIVE HILKEN, Squadron Leader TONY IVESON, Air Vice-Marshal SANDY JOHNSTONE, Wing Commander TERENCE KANE, Air Commodore 'MICKEY' MOUNT, Wing Commander PETER OLVER, Air Commodore DAVID ROBERTS, Squadron Leader STUART ROSE, Group Captain DESMOND SHEEN, Wing Commander HARBOURNE STEPHEN, Wing Commander TIM VIGORS, Air Commodore PAUL WEBB, Squadron Leader GEOFFREY WELLUM, Air Commodore Sir ARCHIE WINSKILL


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Fighter General by Robert Taylor

Fighter General by Robert Taylor
ME262 - Adolf Galland
Having completed a successful bomber intercepton high above Salzburg, the ME262s led by Adolf Galland, are returning towards Munich-Riem at full throttle, hugging the deck to avoid the attentions of USAAF escort fighters.

Signed by General ADOLF GALLAND, Major HANS-EKKEHARD BOB, Leutnant GOTTFRIED FAHRMANN, General WALTER KRUPINSKI

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Fighting Tigers by Robert Taylor

Fighting Tigers by Robert Taylor
Aircraft P-40 Warhawks, Zeros
Military aviation art by Robert Taylor
P-40 Warhawks of the 75th and 16th Fighter Squadrons, 23rd F.G., are attacked by enemy Nakajima fighters. Signatures include Major John Alison, Colonel ‘Tex’ Hill, Lt. Colonel Don Lopez, Colonel Ed Rector, Brigadier General Wiltz Segura.

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Fighting Redtails by Robert Taylor

Fighting Redtails by Robert Taylor
THE TUSKEGEE AIRMEN - P51 Mustangs
With their distinctive red tails, P51 Mustangs of the 332nd Fighter Group – the famed Tuskegee Airmen, climb to operational height as B17 Fortresses from the 483rd Bomb Group manoeuvre into formation at the start of another long and dangerous mission over Germany, Oct 1944. Signed by Colonel CHARLES McGEE, Second Lieutenant ELBERT HUDSON, Second Lieutenant LOWELL STEWARD, Captain FLOYD CAWTHON JR, Staff Sergeant LEON WALDEN

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First Combat by Robert Taylor

First Combat by Robert Taylor
Aircraft Spitfire
Military aviation art by Robert Taylor
Whilst flying his Spitfire with the famous 92 Squadron, Don Kingaby, shot down four Me 109's in one day,..

Signed by Wing Commander Don Kingaby



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First of Many by Robert Taylor

First of Many by Robert Taylor
Aircraft Hurricane, Dornier
Military aviation art by Robert Taylor
A Special Tribute Edition of Robert Taylor's excellent painting showing Battle of Britain Ace Douglas Bader's first air victory of World War II in his Hurricane.

Signed by Air Commodore Pat Jameson , Wing Commander Bob Stanford-Tuck, Group Captain Duncan Smith, Group Captain Peter Townsend.




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Flight Against the Bismarck by Philip West

Flight Against the Bismarck by Philip West
Swordfish, Ark Royal

70th Anniversary Tribute
The Royal Navy's week long chase of the formidable German battleship Bismarck culminated in the foul evening weather of 26th May 1941. Despite the deck of HMS Ark Royal pitching through 55 feet, S/Lt John Moffat was one of fifteen Swordfish pilots who took off to attack Bismarck. Signed by up to 3 Swordfish pilots: Sub. Lt. Stanley Brand RNVR (Pilot) , Lieut. Norman Gillis RNVR (Pilot) , Lt. Cdr. Bruce Vibert (Pilot)



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Flying Tigers by Robert Taylor

Flying Tigers by Robert Taylor
Aircraft - P40

THE WORLD’S PREMIER AVIATION ARTIST ROBERT TAYLOR PAYS TRIBUTE TO THE LEGENDARY FLYING TIGERS

P-40s of the AVG Flying Tigers 3rd Pursuit Squadron - Hell’s Angels - surprise the enemy with a deadly strafing attack on a Japanese forward air-base in China, summer 1942. With their Allison engines screaming at full throttle, AVG Aces Tommy Haywood and Robert Smith, lead the charge as the Hell’s Angels leave a trail of havoc and destruction behind them.

Signed by up to 6 veterans: Flight Leader JOHN R. ‘DICK’ ROSSI, Flight Leader ERIKSEN ‘ERIK’ SHILLING, Brigadier General DAVID L. ‘TEX’ HILL, Colonel CHARLES H ‘CHUCK’ OLDER and on the Collectors Edition companion print: Lieutenant WAYNE G. ‘WHITEY’ JOHNSON, Captain RONALD M. ‘RON’ PHILLIPS

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Fortress at Rest by Richard Taylor

Fortress at Rest by Richard Taylor
B-17

In this evocative piece, Richard Taylor recreates a brief moment of reprieve as deep overnight snow temporarily grounds the Mighty Eighth during the bitter winter of 1944. With the morning sunlight glinting across the snow-covered landscape, a B-17G Flying Fortress of the 398th Bomb Group stands quietly near the perimeter of RAF Nuthampstead, awaiting the thaw that will allow the flying to begin again.

Signed by 3 veterans: 1st Lt KEN SHARPE, 1st Lt CHARLES ‘NORM’ STEVENS, 1st Lt JAMES L. WHITE JR


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Aircraft Hurricanes
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Flying from ill-prepared grass strips, with groundcrews making the best of what meagre facilities were on hand, the Hurricane pilots literally flew themselves to a standstill. Robert Taylor superbly recreates a typical scene at a forward air base of the era. Signed by Wing Commander Roland ‘Bee’ Beamont, Air Commodore Peter Brothers, Group Captain Frank Carey , Group Captain Dennis David, Squadron Leader John Gibson, Squadron Leader Kenneth Lee .



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Fury of Assault by Robert Taylor

Fury of Assault by Robert Taylor
Heinkel 111, Hurricane
When Luftwaffe bombers first appeared in force in the night skies over London in September 1940 they heralded the beginning of The Blitz - the most sustained period of concentrated bombing aimed at British cities during World War II. Signed by Oberleutnant JOACHIM BERKING, Unteroffizier FahneiUunker WALTER BOGDAN, Oberleutnant HEINRICH SUDEL, Oberleutnant KARL-HORST MEYER zum FELDE, Flight Lieutenant ROY DAINES DFM*



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Gallant Ohio by Robert Taylor

Gallant Ohio by Robert Taylor
Aircraft Spitfire, US tanker OHIO
Military aviation art by Robert Taylor
The US tanker 'OHIO', laden with aviation fuel, lies dead in the water. Spitfires of 126 and 185 Squadrons fend off constant aerial bombardment. Signed by Flight Lieutenant Tony Holland, Admiral of the Fleet Lord Lewin, Wing Commander Laddie Lucas, Lieutenant Commander George Martin, Lieutenant Peter Twiss.




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Glorious Summer by Robert Taylor

Glorious Summer by Robert Taylor
Military aviation art by Robert Taylor
Robert Taylor's magnificent study of the legendary Hurricane captures wonderfully the spirit of that cataclysmic aerial conflict fought so long ago. Signatures include Air Commodore Peter Brothers, Wing Commander Christopher ‘Bunny’ Currant, Group Captain Dennis David , Group Captain Billy Drake, Wing Commander Paul Farnes, Wing Commander Gordon Sinclair .

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Greycap Leader by Robert Taylor

Greycap Leader by Robert Taylor
Aircraft - Spitfire, Me109
Military aviation art by Robert Taylor
Greycap Leader - Johnnie Johnson - has already bagged an Fw190 and is hauling his Mk IX Spitfire around looking for a second.... Signed by Squadron Leader Danny Browne, Wing Commander ‘Stocky’ Edwards, Squadron Leader Hartland Finlay , Wing Commander Hugh Godefroy , Air Vice Marshal Johnnie Johnson , Lieutenant General Don Laubman, Wing Commander Andy Mackenzie, Wing Commander Robert G Middlemiss, Flight Lieutenant Larry Robillard , Wing Commander Roderick Smith .




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Hard Way Home by Robert Taylor

Hard Way Home by Robert Taylor
Halifax, Hurricane

Like the fighter pilots of the Battle of Britain, the young men who flew with Bomber Command came not just from Britain, but from all over the Commonwealth and countries of occupied mainland Europe. Every man was a volunteer, prepared to endure the deadly flak and prowling night-fighters, to say nothing of the savage and bitter cold, in order to wage their relentless attack against the Third Reich.

Signed by up to 21 veterans: Warrant Officer HARRY IRONS DFC, Warrant Officer LAURIE GODFREY, Warrant Officer ERIC CARTER, Lieutenant STANISLAW NAWARSKI DFC KM, Flying Officer TOM SAYER DFM, Squadron Leader FRANK WILLIAMSON AFC, Flight Lieutenant “BLUEY” MOTTERSHEAD DFC, Warrant Officer JOHN MORRISON, Flying Officer FRANK WALKER, Flying Officer LEN McNAMARA DFC, Warrant Officer FRED MALTAS, Warrant Officer REG CLEAVER, Warrant Officer HARRY GOUGH, Flying Officer JOHN EVANS, Warrant Officer SAM THOMPSON, Flight Lieutenant MATT HOLIDAY DFC, Warrant Officer WILLIAM BELL, Flight Lieutenant KURT TAUSSIG, Wing Commander JOHN ‘TIM’ ELKINGTON , Wing Commander TOM NEIL DFC AFC AE, Pilot Officer STEFAN RYLL

RCAC editions signed by 7 veterans: Wing Commander J.F.‘STOCKY’ EDWARDS DFC* DFM RCAF – Hurricane Pilot / 92 Sqn
Lieutenant Colonel DOUGLAS ‘DUKE’ WARREN DFC CD, Squadron Leader IAN HEWITT DFC* , Warrant Officer REG CLEAVER, Warrant Officer RICHARD CURNOCK, Flying Officer EDWARD BOWLES, Flight Lieutenant HENRY OAKEBY



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Height of the Battle by Robert Taylor

Height of the Battle by Robert Taylor
COMMEMORATING THE 75th ANNIVERSARY OF THE BATTLE OF BRITAIN - THIS IS ONE OF A TRILOGY OF SPECIAL GICLEE STUDIO PROOFS ON CANVAS

Having already made one diving attack into the force of Luftwaffe He111 bombers approaching London with their fighter escort, Sqn Ldr ‘Sailor’ Malan, C.O of 74 Sqn and one of the great Battle of Britain Aces, peels his Spitfire over for a second attack. Another top Ace, Harbourne Stephen, is hard on his heels while below them Mk.I Hurricanes from 17 and 56 Sqn's have already joined the fray - 11th September 1940.

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Height and Sun by Robert Taylor

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Hawker Hurricane
In Robert Taylor's outstanding new painting, Hurricanes of 32 Sqn climb high into the morning sky, gaining Height and Sun in an attempt to take the advantage over the onslaught of enemy fighters - August, 1940. Featuring a typical 'Robert Taylor skyscape’ this new image captures the surreal calmness above the clouds, belying the fury of action and ultimate sacrifices made in those crisp blue skies.

Signed by up to 25 veterans: BILLY DRAKE, RICHARD JONES, GEOFFREY WELLUM, ALEXANDER APPLEFORD, ALBERT GREGORY, TONY IVESON, LEOPOLD HEIMES, BENJAMIN BENT, TERENCE KANE, MAURICE BROWN, ROBERT KING, OWEN BURNS, KEITH LAWRENCE, JOSEPH CHAMBERLAIN, ROBIN LUCAS, KENNETH LUSTY , JOCELYN MILLARD, BYRON DUCKENFIELD, TOM NEIL, JOHN ELKINGTON, HERBERT PINFOLD, ROBERT FOSTER, KENNETH WILKINSON, TREVOR G RAY, GEORGE SWANWICK.



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Hawker Hurricane

40 signature Edition including Sir Douglas Bader

In Robert Taylor's outstanding new painting, Hurricanes of 32 Sqn climb high into the morning sky, gaining Height and Sun in an attempt to take the advantage over the onslaught of enemy fighters - August, 1940. Featuring a typical 'Robert Taylor skyscape’ this new image captures the surreal calmness above the clouds, belying the fury of action and ultimate sacrifices made in those crisp blue skies.

Signed by all the veterans of the Tribute Edition above and Gp Capt Sir DOUGLAS BADER, Gp Capt DENNIS DAVID, Sqn Ldr 'BUCK' CASSON, Wg Cdr JOHN GIBSON, AVM EDWARD CREW, Cdr RONNIE HAY, Wg Cdr 'BUNNY' CURRANT, Wg Cdr TAFFY' HIGGINSON, A/Cdre Sir ARCHIE WINSKILL, Sqn Ldr JOHN URWIN-MANN, Wg Cdr PETER PARROTT, Gp Capt JOHN BISDEE, AVM HAROLD BIRD-WILSON, Wg Cdr HARBOURNE STEPHEN, Gp Capt GEORGE UNWIN


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Hellcat Fury by Robert Taylor

Hellcat Fury  by Robert Taylor

US Navy art by Robert Taylor: Aircraft - F6F Hellcat
Band of Brothers Part V: The American Air Commands in the Pacific 1942 - 1945. Robert Taylor brings to life the scenario that was crucial to Admiral Spruance's forceful drive through the Central Pacific. The once feared Japanese base at Truk is being reduced to a statistic of war. Hellcats of VF6 hurtle across the lagoon at masthead height with guns blazing, reaping havoc as they tear into the enemy positions below.
Aces Edition: Signatures include: Commander Willis E Hardy, Commander Hamilton McWhorter, Commander Alex Vraciu.
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Hell Hawks Over Utah by Robert Taylor

Hell Hawks Over Utah by Robert Taylor
D-Day - P-47D Thunderbolts

We are delighted to announce Robert Taylor's new release to commemorate the 70th anniversary of D-Day

As elements of the US VII Corps storm ashore on Utah beach below, P-47D Thunderbolts from the 365th Fighter Group, US Ninth Air Force - The Hell Hawks - overfly the Normandy bridgehead on the morning of D-Day, 6 June 1944. Flying from their base in southern England, the mighty Hell Hawks head inland to attack and successfully suppress German positions in support of the American advance.

Signed by up to 13 veterans (stock expected to be available 20th - 30th June 2014)

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High Cost by Robert Taylor

High Cost by Robert Taylor
Lancaster
In his new tribute to "The Many", Robert Taylor's evocative painting HIGH COST recreates a typical scene encountered by many Royal Air Force bomber squadrons on raids over enemy occupied territory: Having already survived 30 successful operational sorties, on 9 February 1945 Lancaster PG-G of 619 Squadron has been intercepted by Luftwaffe night-fighters during a raid over Stettin Bay. Signatures include Flight Lieutenant GEORGE BRITTON, Flight Lieutenant JOHN COX DFC, Warrant Officer RICHARD 'BASHER' HEARNE, Flight Lieutenant TOM AUSTIN DFC AE, Wing Commander 'MAC' ENGLAND DFC* Warrant Officer NORMAN CYRIL JACKSON VC, Wing Commander RODERICK LEAROYD VC. RAAF Edition Flying Officer NORMAN A. GAMPE RAAF, Flight Lieutenant JOHN M. GRANT RAAF, Flying Officer BERNARD T. HUCKS DFC RAAF (please see print edition for actual signature)

Victoria Cross edition prints UK delivery only (we will be pleased to quote for shipping overseas)



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High Summer by Anthony Saunders

High Summer by Anthony Saunders
Battle of Britain - Spitfire, Me109

Anthony Saunders' new painting High Summer, portrays Spitfires from 92 Squadron as they successfully engage Me109's over the harvested fields of southern England, in August 1940. The desperate action of aerial combat is beautifully captured in this compelling and accurate reconstruction of a famous fighter squadron at war.

Signed by two distinguished Battle of Britain veterans; Flight Lieutenant ROBIN APPLEFORD, Flight Lieutenant TREVOR GRAY

Please see below that High Summer and Homeward Bound can be bought as a pair at a special price




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Homeward Bound by Anthony Saunders

Homeward Bound by Anthony Saunders
Battle of Britain - Me109

Anthony Saunders' compelling new painting brings to life a typical cameo from those long and arduous aerial contests during the Battle of Britain; an Me109 from JG-26 has taken a hit during the fighting, the engine is overheating, and beginning to trail smoke. But the Squadron Commander, the legendary Adolf Galland, closes in to escort the stricken fighter back across the Channel. Crossing the iconic white cliffs of Dover, the drama, depicted in this new Battle of Britain Portfolio series, has time to run.

Signed by Two Luftwaffe Knight's Cross holders who fought in the Battle of Britain; Generalleutnant GÜNTHER RALL, Major HANS EKKEHARD BOB

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High Summer & Homeward Bound by Anthony Saunders - The Pair

High Summer & Homeward Bound by Anthony Saunders - The Pair

Bought as a matching numbered pair* these momentous tributes to the Battle of Britain are at a very special price.

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HMS Pickle - Bringer of News By Richard Grenville

HMS Pickle - Bringer of News By Richard Grenville
After the Battle of Trafalgar on the 21st of October 1805 Admiral Cuthbert Collingwood now in command of the ships that fought the battle and their prizes sent Lieutenant John Lapenotièr to carry the dispatches aboard H.M.S. Pickle back to the citizens of England who eagerly waited word of what had occurred



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Home at Dusk - Giclee on Canvas by Robert Taylor

Home at Dusk  - Giclee on Canvas by Robert Taylor
Aircraft - P-51 Mustang

GICLÉE PROOFS ON CANVAS FROM THE STUDIO OF THE WORLD’S PREMIER AVIATION ARTIST

It’s winter 1944 and the snow has brought a special quiet to the English countryside in the late evening twilight. As dusk gathers P-51 Mustangs sprint for home bearing the scars of the day’s battle; soon the tensions of aerial combat will be forgotten for a few hours, melting into an evening of camaraderie. Tomorrow will be a new day.

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Holding the Line by Richard Taylor

Holding the Line by Richard Taylor
Tiger Tank

Skillfully led by their mercurial commander, SS-Hauptsturmführer Michael Wittmann, the Tiger Tanks of s.SS-Pz. Abt. 101 blaze through a shattered French village in the days following D-Day, June, 1944. Their destination Normandy!

Signed by Obergefreiter HENRY METELMANN, Feldwebel HEINZ FELLBRICH, Sturmann KARL-HEINZ DECKER
Tribute Proofs (SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY) also signed by
OTTO CARIUS , GERHARD FISCHER, WALTHER GIRG , ALBERT KERSCHER, NORBERT KUJACINSKI, RICHARD RUDOLF



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Holding The Tide by Richard Taylor

Holding The Tide by Richard Taylor
F4F Wildcats

Richard Taylor’s new masterpiece portrays Captain Joe Foss as he leads the F4F Wildcats of VMF-121 back to Henderson Field after a day of desperate fighting against the Japanese in the skies over the steaming jungles of Guadalcanal in November 1942 - it would be another three months before the island was finally secured.

Signed by up to 8 veterans
Main Print - Commander LESLIE FORTNER USN, Captain STANLEY ‘SWEDE’ VEJTASA USN, Commander DEAN LAIRD USN, Lieutenant Colonel JIM SWETT USMC Medal of Honor
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Hornchurch Scramble by Robert Taylor

Hornchurch Scramble by Robert Taylor
Battle of Britain Trilogy - THE HARDEST DAYS - PART TWO
Spitfire
On August 12th, 1940 the Luftwaffe turned their full attention to the RAF's forward fighter bases and radar stations with the intent to obliterate them once and for all. The outcome of the Battle of Britain hung in the balance.

Signed by up to 9 heroes:Wing Commander GEORGE W. SWANWICK, Squadron Leader GEOFFREY WELLUM DFC, Squadron Leader TONY IVESON DFC AE, Wing Commander JOHN FREEBORN DFC*, Wing Commander TOM NEIL DFC AFC AE, Group Captain BILLY DRAKE DSO DFC*, Squadron Leader 'BOB' FOSTER DFC, Pilot Officer NORMAN BROWN, Wing Commander ROGER MOOREWOOD



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Hornblower and The Indefatigable by Robert Taylor

Hornblower and The Indefatigable by Robert Taylor
Maritime art by Robert Taylor
Robert Taylor's painting depicts an exchange of cannon fire between Indefatigable - on the left- and a 40-gun French frigate attempting to run the blockade on a chill winter's morning.



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Hornblower and The Indefatigable by Robert Taylor - Giclee Canvas Proof

Hornblower and The Indefatigable by Robert Taylor - Giclee Canvas Proof
Maritime art by Robert Taylor

- THE MARITIME GICLÉE STUDIO PROOFS -
Internationally famous for his paintings of aircraft and acknowledged as the world’s foremost Aviation Artist, Robert Taylor has also been at the forefront of maritime subjects throughout his career.

Robert Taylor’s glorious Maritime Masterwork depicting the exploits of eighteenth century naval hero Horatio Hornblower.
In this triumphant visual recreation, the Royal Navy frigate Indefatigable, under the command of Captain Pellew and with the young Midshipman Hornblower aboard, engages and captures a French frigate.


Signed by Robert Taylor

Robert Taylor is so impressed with the result of the Giclee on Canvas that he had this to say "These Giclée proofs are so impressive, they are as close to my original painting in colour and texture as it is possible to achieve in reproduced format".

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Horrido by Robert Taylor SM

Horrido by Robert Taylor SM
Me109s
With the traditional battle cry ringing in their ears, Squadron Commander Hptm Wolfgang Ewald leads pilots of I./JG52 into combat. Based at Coquelles/Calais in September 1940, the JG-52 Me109s hurtle down in a high-speed dive to engage the enemy during the ferociously fought Battle of Britain.

Signed by 10 of the Luftwaffe's top fighter Aces of World War II. Leutnant HUGO BROCH, Major HANS-EKKEHARD BOB, Leutnant NORBET HANNIG, Feldwebel HERBERT KOLLER, Generalleutnant GÜNTHER RALL, Major ERIC RUDORFFER, Oberleutnant WALTER SCHUCK, Leutnant HERMANN SCHLEINHEGE, Oberleutnant GÜNTHER SEEGER, Oberleutnant WALTER WOLFRUM




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THE FIRST RELEASE IN THE OUTSTANDING THREE HUNDRED CLUB PORTFOLIO

Gerhard Barkhorn, flying his Bf109 G-6, leads the Stab as they climb out from their base near the Black Sea, early November 1943. The crisp air of day break is temporarily punctuated by the roar of Daimler-Benz engines as the deadly Messerschmitt fighters set off on their daily hunt for Soviet aircraft.

Signed by Oberfeldwebel WILLI RESCHKE, Leutnant HUGO BROCH

Tribute Edition Mounted original drawing also signed by:
Major HANS-EKKEHARD BOB, Oberleutnant WALTER SCHUCK, Oberleutnant WALTER WOLFRUM, Major FRANZ EISENACH, Oberleutnant ADOLF GLUNZ, Major GERHARD BARKHORN


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Hurricane Attack by Robert Taylor

Hurricane Attack by Robert Taylor
COMMEMORATING THE 75th ANNIVERSARY OF THE BATTLE OF BRITAIN - THIS IS ONE OF A TRILOGY OF SPECIAL GICLEE STUDIO PROOFS ON CANVAS


An expert behind the controls of the Hurricane, Sqn Ldr John Grandy, C.O of 249 Sqn, prepares to pounce on a Bf110 over the Isle of Wight in August 1940.

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Aircraft Hurricane
Military aviation art by Robert Taylor
Almost exhausted by the tension of continual combat since dawn, the young, battle-weary Hurricane pilots roar off into the evening sky for a final duel of the day. Signed by Wing Commander Bob Doe, Wing Commander Bee Beamont , Air Commodore Pete Brothers, Air Vice Marshal Sir Denis Crowley Milling.


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Inbound to Target - The Dambusters by Robert Taylor

Inbound to Target - The Dambusters by Robert Taylor
Aircraft: Lancaster

The crews of 617 Squadron that took part in the epic Dambusters raid on the night of 16/17 May 1943 were among the finest in the RAF, especially the pilots. They were the elite of Bomber Command, and when they left RAF Scampton that night, the skills of their pilots - some of the finest bomber pilots of the Second World War, would be tested to the limit.

All editions signed by Sergeant RAY GRAYSTON RAF, Squadron Leader GEORGE JOHNSON DFM RAF, Corporal KENNETH LUCAS RAF, Flight Sergeant GRANT McDONALD RCAF, Squadron Leader LES MUNRO DSO DFC RNZAF, Sergeant FRED SUTHERLAND RCAF.



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Into the Fray by Richard Taylor

Into the Fray by Richard Taylor
Battle of Britain
Squadron Leader Douglas Bader leads the Hurricanes of 242 Squadron in an aggressive diving attack upon a large force of Heinkel 111s approaching the Kent coast, whilst Spitfires from 66 Squadron tangle with the escorting Bf109s of JG52. It is September 1940, and the climax of the Battle of Britain.

Signed by up to 19 veterans:Gp Capt Sir DOUGLAS BADER CBE DSO* DFC*, Sqn Ldr JOCELYN MILLARD AE, Wg Cdr TOM NEIL DFC AFC AE, Sqn Ldr ROY MCGOWAN, Sqn Ldr LAWRENCE THOROGOOD , Wg Cdr KEN MACKENZIE DFC AFC AE, W.O DAVID DENCHFIELD, Wg Cdr PADDY BARTHROPP DFC AFC, Wg Cdr ERIC BARWELL DFC* AE, Sqn Ldr BASIL ‘STAPME’ STAPLETON DFC, Sqn Ldr A.C LEIGH DFC DFM , Gp Capt GEORGE UNWIN DSO DFM* , Gp Capt FRANK CAREY CBE DFC** AFC DFM,Wg Cdr TIM ELKINGTON, Sqn Ldr ‘BOB’ FOSTER DFC, A/Cdre JOHN ELLACOMBE CB DFC*,Sqn Ldr TONY PICKERING AFC



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Into The Teeth Of The Wind by Robert Taylor

Into The Teeth Of The Wind by Robert Taylor
B-25 Mitchell
Bound for Tokyo, Lieutenant Colonel Jimmy Doolittle launches his B-25 Mitchell from the heaving deck of the carrier USS Hornet on the morning of 18 April, 1942. Editions signed by up to 18 signaturies, Major General DAVID M. JONES, Staff Sergeant DAVID J. THATCHER, Lieutenant Colonel RICHARD E. COLE, Staff Sergeant EDWIN W. HORTON, Major THOMAS C. GRIFFIN, Lieutenant Colonel FRANK A. KAPPELAR, Lieutenant Colonel CHASE J. NIELSON, Colonel WILLIAM M. BOWER, Lieutenant Colonel EDWARD J. SAYLOR, Second Lieutenant CHARLES J. OZUK, Lieutenant Colonel ROBERT L.HITE, Second Lieutenant WILLIAM L. BIRCH, Mr TUNG - SHENG LIU, General JAMES H. DOOLITTLE (matted), Brigadier General EVERETT W. HOLSTROM (matted), Major HOWARD A. SESSLER (matted), Captain J. ROYDEN STORK (matted), Major GRIFFITH P. WILLIAMS (matted)

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Jet Hunters by Robert Taylor

Jet Hunters by Robert Taylor
ANNOUNCING ONE OF THE MOST EPIC EDITIONS EVER TO BE RELEASED BY ROBERT TAYLOR

AN EXCEPTIONAL NEW LIMITED EDITION PAYING TRIBUTE TO THE PILOTS WHO FLEW THE LUFTWAFFE’S LEGENDARY JET FIGHTERS; AND THE MEN WHO FOUGHT THEM

On 10 April 1945 thirteen hundred bombers of the Mighty Eighth set out to destroy the last of the Luftwaffe’s jet force. But, unknown to the bomber crews and their fighter escort, the enemy jets were already airborne and waiting to spring their deadly trap.

Signed by up to 20 veterans - the Pilots Edition, Artist Proof and Jet Hunters Edition come with the companion print Black November Day




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JG-52 The Giclee Edtion by Robert Taylor

JG-52 The Giclee Edtion by Robert Taylor
JG-52

Robert Taylor's legendary painting, JG-52, is widely recognized as one of the most iconic depictions of the Luftwaffe's most famous fighter wing and the original print edition, published in 1986, was personally signed by many of those famous Aces and rightly commands high prices on the secondary market.

Those prints and original signatures can of course never be replaced; however this famous image is now available as a Masterwork on canvas

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JG-52 by Robert Taylor

JG-52 by Robert Taylor
Announcing a new addition to the Graphite collection

It was the foundation upon which the Luftwaffe was built and flew throughout WWII. It was flown by some of the greatest fighter Aces of all time, and credited with more air victories than any other fighter in history. It was the Messerschmitt Bf109.

The drawing has been skillfully executed by Robert, the world's foremost aviation artist, and is an outstanding opportunity for all collectors of aviation art and historical signatures.

Signed by the artist and Gunther Rall




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King of the Air by Anthony Saunders

King of the Air by Anthony Saunders
Aircraft - Lancaster

THE LIMITED EDITION BOOK AND PRINT PORTFOLIO
Each portfolio includes an artist signed, numbered copy of the book Wings of War presented in a special slipcase and a matching-numbered, signed copy of the Limited Edition print King of the Air.

The Avro Lancaster was undoubtedly the RAF’s greatest heavy bomber of World War II and only a handful of survived to complete more than 100 operations. Lancaster JB663 King of the Air of 106 Sqn was one of those, symbolically chosen by Anthony Saunders as the subject for his stunning piece to accompany his first book.

With prints signed by two of the most highly-distinguished veterans ever to serve on Lancasters, including George 'Johnny Johnson' who also wrote the foreword for the book

Signed by up to 10 veterans: Sqn Ldr GEORGE ‘JOHNNY’ JOHNSON DFM, Flt Sgt STAN BRADFORD DFM, Flt Lt TOM PAYNE, W.O. ROY BRIGGS, Flt Lt ALAN PAYNE DFC , W.O. KEN JOHNSON, Sqn Ldr ‘MAC’ HAMILTON DFC*, Wg Cdr ERNEST RODLEY DSO DFC* AFC AE, MRAF Sir MICHAEL BEETHAM GCB CBE DFC AFC FRAes , Sqn Ldr PAT CARDEN DFC AE (matted)


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Knight's Cross by Robert Taylor SM

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Aircraft Me109, IL-2
Military aviation art by Robert Taylor
Highest scoring aerial combat fighter Ace in history, Colonel Erich Hartmann, pilots his Me109 in combat with a Russian Ilyusbin II.

Signed by Erich Hartmann


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Knights Move by Robert Taylor

Knights Move by Robert Taylor
German Naval Art by Robert Taylor
The ‘Tirpitz’ is the most important naval vessel in the situation today . . . her destruction would profoundly affect the course of the war. Winston Churchill
THE LIMITED EDITION signed by Major ERIC RUDORFFER:Oberleutnant ERNST SCHEUFELE: Fähnrich ARNOLD SCHROEDER: Leutnant Zur See WILLIBALD VÖLSING. THE TIRPITZ EDITION All the signatures above plus: Oberst HAJO HERMANN: Unteroffizier HEINZ KERN. THE VETERANS EDITION All the above signatures plus: Oberleutnant WALTER SCHUCK - Companion Print: Unteroffizier GÜNTHER KOLB - Companion Print



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Knight of the Reich by RobertTaylor

Knight of the Reich by RobertTaylor
Bf109G's from III./JG52

On the morning of 15 October 1943, as Bf109G's from III./JG52 dive into attack a group of Russian fighters high over Zaporozhye in south-east Ukraine, their Kommandeur Hauptmann Günther Rall pounces on a Soviet La-5 to claim his 222nd victory.

Signd by up to 5 veterans - Generalleutnant GÜNTHER RALL, Leutnant HUGO BROCH , Major ERICH RUDORFFER, Hauptmann KARL-FRITZ SCHLOSSSTEIN, Oberleutnant WALTER SCHUCK,




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Kursk - Clash of Steel by Nicolas Trudgian

Kursk - Clash of Steel by Nicolas Trudgian
Me 109
In July 1943 two huge armies clashed on the rolling steppes around the town of Kursk, 300 miles south of Moscow.
The Germans had launched Operation 'Citadel' to try and regain the initiative on the Eastern Front. It was to be an encounter of epic proportions - the largest tank battle in history. Signed by Feldwebel HEINZ RADLAUER, Feldwebel ERICH BRUNOTTE. The Kursk Edition also signed by SS-Sturmmann ERNST KUFNER, Unteroffizier JOHANNES OESTERHELT, SS-Oberscharführer WERNER WENDT



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Lancaster VC by Robert Taylor

Lancaster VC by Robert Taylor
Aircraft Lancaster
Military aviation art by Robert Taylor
A superb print depicting two Lancaster heading towards the coast, and Germany beyond, in an evening sky painted with great skill and authority.

Signed by Flight Lieutenant Bill Reid VC, Warrant Officer Norman Jackson VC.






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Lancaster Under Attack by Robert Taylor

Lancaster Under Attack by Robert Taylor
Giclee on Canvas Edition

December 1944 and the Reich is steadily crumbling. In the skies over Germany the raids by Allied heavy bombers continue unabated; the Americans by day, the RAF by night. But even as the Germans retreat, the intensity of the fight never diminishes.

Carefully crafted onto fine canvas, each of these crafted Giclée Proofs are fully authorized and signed by Robert Taylor, hand-numbered and issued with a Certificate of Authenticity. Once ordered the canvas is passed to Robert Taylor to authenicate by signing - lead time approximately 2-3 weeks.

Orders send free of charge worldwide - overseas orders sent rolled - UK mainland orders sent stretched

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Late Arrival by Robert Taylor

Late Arrival by Robert Taylor
Hurricane
This superb new print, from an original pencil drawing by the worlds foremost Aviation Artist, depicts a lone Hurricane of 87 Squadron making its way back to base at Exeter, after a gruelling day of combat in the late August of 1940. Signed by 6 Battle of Britain pilots Squadron Leader TONY IVESON, Squadron Leader JOCLYN MILLARD, Warrant Officer DAVID DENCHFIELD, Wing Commander VIVIAN SNELL, Flight Lieutenant NIGEL KEMP, Wing Commander GEORGE SWANWICK



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Liberation - Sainte Mere Église - June 1944 by Richard Taylor

Liberation - Sainte Mere Église - June 1944 by Richard Taylor
Normandy 1944
For nearly four years, the swastika had flown belligerently over the small town of Sainte Mere Eglise in Normandy. Suddenly, shortly after midnight on the night of 5/6th June 1944, parachutists from the 82nd Airborne Division began landing in and around the town.

Signed by 3 veterans: Lieutenant Colonel JAMES ‘MAGGIE’ MEGELLAS, Sergeant BOB BEARDEN, Sergeant MILTON SCHLESENER



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Loch Etive on the Firth by Robert Taylor

Loch Etive on the Firth by Robert Taylor
Maritime art by Robert Taylor

The windjammer Loch Etive departs Glasgow on October 15th 1892, bound for Sydney, Australia.



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Longest Summer by Anthony Saunders and Their Finest Hour Book

Longest Summer by Anthony Saunders and Their Finest Hour Book
THE 75th ANNIVERSARY OF THE BATTLE OF BRITAIN COMMEMORATIVE LIMITED EDITION BOOK AND PRINT PORTFOLIO

Including a truly outstanding limited edition print by one of the world's most collected aviation artists: Longest Summer

Harvesting is briefy interrupted as Mk.I Spitfres of 609 Squadron pass low overhead. The young pilots return to 10 Group Sector Station at Middle Wallop after successfully engaging Luftwaffe raiders attacking naval facilities on the south coast, August 1940.This prestigious signed limited edition portfolio, specially issued to commemorate 75th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain, includes an individually numbered limited first edition copy of the book Their Finest Hour, presented in its own luxury embossed slipcase.

Signed by up to 10 BoB veterans: Wing Commander JOHN ‘TIM’ ELKINGTON,Flight Lieutenant TERRY CLARK DFM AE, Wing Commander TERENCE KANE, Chief Technician JOE RODDIS, Flying Officer KEN WILKINSON, Wing Commander TOM NEIL DFC* AFC, Squadron Leader TONY PICKERING AFC, Flight Lieutenant ARCHIBALD McINNES, Flight Lieutenant WILLIAM ‘BOB’ HUGHES DFC AFC, Wing Commander RICHARD ‘DICKIE’ SUMMERS OBE AFM

Due to the weight orders from outside the UK may be subject to extra shipping cost - please contact us for more information



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P-51D Mustang

Set against a dramatic bank of clouds, this superb new release bears all the hallmarks of a timeless Taylor masterpiece. P-51Ds of the 352nd Fighter Group with full long-range tanks slung under their wings, head out from their forward base in Belgium on an extended sweep east of the Rhine crossing, on the lookout for enemy aircraft in the spring of 1945.

Signed by up to 14 veterans:


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Maple Leaf Scramble by Robert Taylor

Maple Leaf Scramble by Robert Taylor
COMMEMORATING THE 75th ANNIVERSARY OF THE BATTLE OF BRITAIN - THIS IS ONE OF A TRILOGY OF SPECIAL GICLEE STUDIO PROOFS ON CANVAS

Hurricanes of 1 Sqn (RCAF) scramble to intercept Luftwaffe raiders in August 1940. Becoming operational at Northolt the unit served with great distinction throughout the Battle of Britain.


THESE COMMEMORATIVE STUDIO PROOFS ARE AVAILABLE INDIVIDUALLY, AS MATCHING-NUMBERED PAIRS, OR AS A FULL SET, WHILE STOCKS LAST


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Blue nosed P-51 Mustang, Me109
This outstanding new limited edition, together with the masterful companion drawing Preparing for Action, further enhances Richard Taylor's growing reputation as one of the world's greatest aviation art talents. And with prints signed by some of the 352nd's most respected pilots and by a number of their vital ground crew, this is an edition for all collectors of aviation art to treasure and admire.

Signed by up to 12 veterans: Captain GEORGE MIDDLETON, Staff Sergeant ART SNYDER (Companion print), First Lieutenant WALTER G. 'JACK' DIAMOND, Lieutenant Colonel DONALD S. BRYAN, Captain ROBERT H. 'PUNCHY' POWELL, Lieutenant Colonel RAYMOND R. MITCHELL, Lieutenant CHARLES M. PRICE, Staff Sergeant JAMES BLEIDNER, Master Sergeant RALPH McLAIN, Staff Sergeant BILL STRAUB, Corporal HOWARD POLIN, Captain DONALD W. 'MAC' McKlBBEN

All editions supplied with companion print Preparing for Action

While available matching numbers will be supplied when ordered with Blue Nose (see below)

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Malta - George Cross by Robert Taylor

Malta - George Cross by Robert Taylor
Malta Edition
Aircraft - Spitfire, Me109
Between the summer of 1940 and the end of 1942, Malta became one of the most bombed places on earth. The RAF's desperate fight to retain control of the diminutive Mediterranean island is one of the epic stories of World War Two. Signed by Flight Lieutenant Ken Evans DFC, Flight Lieutenant Ian Maclennan DFM, Flight Lieutenant Colin Parkinson DFC, Flight Lieutenant Jack Rae DFC*' Squadron Leader Arthur Roscoe DFC, Flight Lieutenant Allan Scott DFM. Companion print signed by Group Captain Billy Drake DSO, DFC*, Commander Mike Crosley DSC*, Lieutenant Commander Peter Twiss OBE DSC



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Marauder Mission by Robert Taylor

Marauder Mission by Robert Taylor
Aircraft B-26 Marauder
Military aviation art by Robert Taylor
Tribute to B-26 Marauder and the Ninth Air Force. B-26s return from an attack on enemy positions in Northern France. Features 'Yankee Guerrilla' of the 386th Bomb Group. Signed by General Jon Moench, Colonel Roland Scott, Colonel Ashley Woolridge



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Messerschmitt Country by Nicolas Trudgian

Messerschmitt Country by Nicolas Trudgian
Aircraft - Me 109G's, P-38
In a beautiful and symbolic painting, Nicolas Trudgian shows the Messerschmitt Me109G's of II./JG27, sporting their sage green 'Defence of the Reich' markings, returning to base at Fels am Wagram after a ferocious combat fought on that warm summer day. Signatures include Oberleutnant Siegfried Bethke, Oberleutnant Gunther Seeger, Oberleutnant Ernst Scheufele, Colonel Darrell G Welch



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Midway - the Attack on the Soryu - by Anthony Saunders

Midway - the Attack on the Soryu - by Anthony Saunders
Dauntless SDB

Brimming with overconfidence, few on board the Japanese carrier Soryu noticed the SBD Dauntless bombers gathering overhead. Within a matter of minutes a few courageous US Navy pilots would change the course of history.

Signed by 2 veterans of the Battle of Midway: AMM 1/C GEORGE H. MAYNOR, AMM 1/C (Naval Aviation Pilot) JACK MORRISSEY


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Midwinter Dawn by RobertTaylor

Midwinter Dawn by RobertTaylor
Spitfire - Johnnie Johnson

Perhaps the greatest pilot to ever fly the Spitfire was the RAF’s top fighter Ace ‘Johnnie’ Johnson. His resolute determination and steadfast leadership came into its own during D-Day and the subsequent advance through Normandy, and he would finish the war as the highest scoring Allied Ace in Europe.
Robert Taylor’s Masterwork has been specially commissioned in tribute to Johnnie Johnson and to commemorate the heroic role played by the pilots who flew the Spitfire on D-Day and the great Allied push from Normandy

Signed by up to 8 veterans including Johnnie Johnson of whom many are Aces: Flight Lieutenant STANISLAW NAWARSKI DFC KM, Flight Sergeant RON FARNBOROUGH, Flight Lieutenant RODNEY SCRASE DFC RAFVR, Flight Lieutenant JIMMY TAYLOR, Air Vice-Marshal J.E. ‘JOHNNIE’ JOHNSON CB CBE DSO** DFC* DL Wing Commander J.F. ‘STOCKY’ EDWARDS DFC* DFM, Wing Commander JAMES D. LINDSAY DFC, Lieutenant General DON LAUBMAN DFC*

The Tribute edition is signed by a further 7 heroes


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Milne Bay - The Turning Point by Robert Taylor

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P40 Kittyhawk - RAAF
The Battle for Milne Bay in New Guinea was a story of true grit, determination, and valour; it was the moment when the Imperial Japanese Army tasted defeat on land for the first time in nearly three centuries.

Signed by up to 9 Veterans: Flight Lieutenant ARTHUR D. TUCKER, Flight Lieutenant H.A. ‘HARRY’ KERR MID, Squadron Leader PETER BOOTH-JONES DFC, Flight Lieutenant RAIFE J. COWAN, Group Captain ROSS H. GLASSOP DFC* MID, Flight Lieutenant A.J. NAT GOULD, Flight Lieutenant NOEL C. TODD, Squadron Leader BRUCE D. WATSON DFC

Publishers Proof also signed by Hon GOUGH WHITLAM AC QC, former Flight Lieutenant 13 Sqn RAAF



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Mission Beyond Darkness by Robert Taylor

Mission Beyond Darkness by Robert Taylor
Robert Taylor Aviation Art
In total darkness, with the ever-present danger of enemy submarines, unable to get a landing slot aboard the USS Lexington, and now out of fuel, a pilot and his gunner scramble from their ditched SB2B Curtiss Helldiver, as a Fletcher class destroyer manoeuvres to make the pick up. Signed by Commander ALEX VRACUI USN, Captain DONALD GORDON USN, Lieutenant RALPH YAUSSI USNR , Air Gunner JAMES CURRY




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Morning Chorus by Gerald Coulson SM

Morning Chorus by Gerald Coulson SM
With his aircraft still in the markings of his previous unit, JG51, Günther Lützow and his Me109F’s of JG3 take off from a snow covered airfield at Schatalowka on the Russian Front, in December 1941.signatures of FOUR highly respected Me109 fighter pilots who flew in combat on the Eastern Front. Feldwebel JOHANNES BACHMANN, Fähnrich MANFRED LEISEBEIN, Unteroffizier OTFRIED SAHL, Fähnrich KLAUS VOLLGOLD.

Hartmann tribute edition Artist Proof also includes :

a superb matted companion print signed by Erich Hartmann





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Morning Thunder - Pearl Harbor by Robert Taylor

Morning Thunder - Pearl Harbor by Robert Taylor
Maritime art by Robert Taylor
Ship: West Virginia.Tug: Hoga. Aircraft: Zero
There are few truly defining moments in the history of a State - single episodes that touch every citizen, and cast a nation's future. Epoch-making events that influence the entire world are even more uncommon. The events that took place in the space of less than two hours on the morning of December 7, 1941 were of such defining importance, their memory is now deeply embedded into the history of the Twentieth Century.



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Mosquito The Wooden Wonder by Philip E. West SM

Mosquito The Wooden Wonder by Philip E. West  SM

After a heavy overnight snowstorm, hardworking ground crew work as a team to clear the ground and prepare the aircraft for the earliest possible departure.

Signed by Philip West and these two legendary Mosquito pilots: Wing Commander Branse Burbridge DSO and Bar, DFC and Bar, Wing Commander H E Tappin DFC

This is a very small edition with only 30 copies published Worldwide - Only a few copies left !

UK DELIVERY ONLY - Due to this print being mounted we can only send to UK destinations. If you live outside the UK we will be pleased to quote for shipping - please contact us.
This print is double mounted and has to be sent flat packed. This, unfortunately, significantly increases shipping costs outside the UK.



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Most Memorable Day by Robert Taylor

Most Memorable Day by Robert Taylor
Aircraft Me109
Military aviation art by Robert Taylor
Commanding JG-26's Me109's, Galland intercepted a formation of Spitfire and Blenheim bombers, shooting down two before being hit and forced to crash land.

Signed by Generalleutnant Adolf Galland, Oberst Johannes Naumann, Major Gerhard Schopfel,Hauptmann Otto Stammberger



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Mustangs on the Prowl by Robert Taylor

Mustangs on the Prowl by Robert Taylor
Canvas Edition

One of Robert Taylor’s most iconic images Mustangs on the Prowl depicts the master Ace of the ground attack, Colonel Elwyn Righetti of the 55th Fighter Group. Flying his P-51D Mustang, the CO of 338 Squadron and ‘King of Strafers’, already with over 20 victories to his credit, leads his pilots through the Rhine Gorge, skimming the ancient Castle of Stableck, as they seek out enemy targets on their way back to England.

VERY LIMITED SUPPLY



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Night attack on the Newcastle by Robert Taylor

Night attack on the Newcastle by Robert Taylor
Ships HMS Newcastle, S-56 (torpedo boat) - Maritime art by Robert Taylor
Robert Taylor's action packed painting shows S-56 some thirty seconds after the release of her torpedoes, as the first explodes against the hull of HMS Newcastle.Signed by Admiral of the Fleet Sir Henry Leach GCB DL, Lieutenant John Baber RNVR, Able Seaman Wilfred Marriott RN, Signalman Arthur Deakin RN, Chief Petty Officer Rupert Stant RN.




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No Turning back by Robert Taylor

No Turning back by Robert Taylor
Aircraft Lancaster, Fw190
Military aviation art by Robert Taylor
Bill Reid's epic flight to Dusseldorf on the night of November 3rd, 1943 as a Focke Wulf 190 flashes past the port side of the mighty Lancaster. Signatures include Flight Lieutenant Bill Reid , Air Commodore Wilf Burnett, Air Marshal Sir Ivor Broom , Squadron Leader Tony Iveson. THE BOMBER COMMAND EDITION is signed by all the above plus an additional EIGHT Bomber Command Aircrew; Flight Sergeant Stan Bradford DFM, Group Captain Dudley Burnside DSO OBE DFC*, Squadron Leader Lawrence Curtis DFC, Group Captain William Farquharson DFC*, Flight Lieutenant Robert Knights DSO DFC, Flight Lieutenant Douglas Newham LVO DFC, Flight Lieutenant Kenneth Wolstenholme DFC, Flight Lieutenant Dennis Woolley DFC DFM, -and- this edition also comes with a matching numbered companion print of a Lancaster initialled by the artist Robert Taylor. ‘Crossing the Coast’



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Normandy Nemesis by Robert Taylor

Normandy Nemesis by Robert Taylor
RAF & COMMONWEALTH EDITION

Issued with companion book Air Combat Paintings Vol VI

To have one volume of paintings published would see many artists reach the pinnacle of their career, but Robert Taylor is something special. Widely acknowledged as the foremost aviation artist in the history of the genre, this new volume in his best-selling Air Combat Paintings series is, incredibly, Volume SIX! Already being spoken of as the finest volume of his works ever published, this new edition brings you his very latest and up to date work accompanied by informative text written with refreshing originality.

This wonderful new 128 page case-bound book is printed on heavy weight art paper and contains over 70 images reproduced in full colour, supported by a host of beautiful drawings and informative photographs, including many images never previously seen, and gold-blocked titles emblazon the spine.

Readers will experience some of the world’s greatest air battles as visualised by the world’s master of aviation art, and the story of how these masterworks came into existence.

This outstanding book is available with a choice of two different specially produced jackets - one to represent the USAAF and the other the RAF and Commonwealth - the choice is yours!

Due to the weight of these items we are forced to add a shipping supplement for overseas orders


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Pathway to the Ruhr by Anthony Saunders - Dambusters

Pathway to the Ruhr by Anthony Saunders - Dambusters
Lancaster - Dambusters

ANNOUNCING THE FINAL RELEASE IN THE 70th ANNIVERSARY DAMBUSTERS SERIES

With silver moonlight glinting on the wave tops below, Guy Gibson leads the first wave of Lancaster’s low across the North Sea to avoid enemy detection, on the night of 16/17 May 1943. In formation with ‘Mick’ Martin on his port side and ‘Hoppy’ Hopgood to starboard, Gibson heads towards the Dutch Coast and the Ruhr valley beyond - their mission, the destruction of the Mohne and Eder Dams.

Each print is personally signed by four veterans that were directly involved in the raid, including two of the last surviving Aircrew to take part:
Squadron Leader LES MUNRO CNZM DSO QSO DFC RNZAF, Corporal MAUREEN STEVENS WAAF, Squadron Leader GEORGE ‘JOHNNY’ JOHNSON DFM RAF, Dr. MARY STOPES-ROE


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Peaceful anchorage by Robert Taylor
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Robert Taylor's stunning painting shows ships of Germany's East Asiatic squadron at anchor in a Pacific Island bay prior to the outbreak of hostilities in 1914.



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Okinawa - towards the bitter end - by Robert Taylor

Okinawa - towards the bitter end - by Robert Taylor
Aircraft - F4U Corsair

Following a long and bitter campaign to retake the Japanese held islands in the Pacific, the Americans had finally capturing Iwo Jima. Now the Allies turned their attention to the island of Okinawa, a province of Japan itself and the place from which the invasion of Japan must be launched.

Signd by up to 17 veterans - Col DEAN CASWELL USMC, Col JOE McPHAIL USMC, Col JIM SWETT MOH USMC, Lt Col LYLE BRADLEY USMC, Capt PHILIP De GROOT USMC, 1st Lt CLINT FLADLAND USMC, Lt Col WILLIAM LUCAS USMC, Lt Cdr TOM McBRIDE USN, Col BRUCE PORTER USMC, Lt Col DARRELL SMITH USMC, Cdr BILL HARDY USN, Cdr DEAN LAIRD USN, Sgt HARRY MOMI US Army, Cdr DONALD SCHMAHL USN, SN MIKE WONDERLICH USN,CMSgt LLOYD DEFFENBAUGH USAAC, QM JIM PICKERING USN



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Open Assault by Robert Taylor

Open Assault by Robert Taylor
Hurricane, Stuka

Robert Taylor's memorable painting 'Open Assault', shows Hurricanes of 501 Squadron attacking a force of Ju87 Stukas as they dive-bomb naval vessels and installations in the port of Dover on 29 July 1940. High explosive bombs detonate within the sheltered anchorage as escorting Bf109s from JG51 race in to protect their lumbering charges. Four Stukas and two Me109s are dispatched, for the loss of just one RAF aircraft.

Main editions signed by up to 8 veterans Group Captain BYRON DUCKENFIELD AFC, Leutnant WILHELM NOLLER , Wing Commander TONY PICKERING, Squadron Leader DOUGLAS NICHOLLS DFC, Major ERIC RUDORFFER,Oberleutnant GUNTHER SEEGER,General JOHANNES STEINHOFF, Generalleutnant GUNTHER RALL



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Opening Sky by Robert Taylor

Opening Sky by Robert Taylor
P51
With the morning sun glinting on their fuselages, P-51 Mustangs of the 78th Fighter Group cross the Dutch coastline far below, heading back towards their base at Duxford, England at the end of a long sweep east of the Rhine crossing in Spring 1945. The final months of the war in Europe lie ahead, and for the P-51 pilots the victory is within sight.

Signed by up to 17 veterans: Colonel CLARENCE ‘BUD’ ANDERSON , Lieutenant Colonel CLYDE EAST, Colonel ART FIELDLER, Major BILL ALLEN, Captain JIM BROOKS, Captain CLINTON BURDICK, Captain WAYNE COLEMAN, First Lieutenant RAYMOND ‘TED’ CONLIN, DON CUMMINGS , Major URBAN DREW, Lieutenant Colonel BOB GOEBEL, Lieutenant Colonel ROBERT A. KARR , Colonel WALKER ‘BUD’ MAHURIN, Colonel STEVE PISANOS, First Lieutenant JOHN SKARA , Second Lieutenant LOWELL STEWARD, First Lieutenant CLINT WHITE



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Operation Calendar  by Simon Atack
Ship - USS Wasp, Aircraft - Spitfires
Naval art by Simon Atack
As the sun rises above the Mediterranean early one morning of 20 April, 1942, the American carrier USS Wasp launches Spitfires of 601 and 603 Squadrons towards Malta in a desperate and successful attempt to defend the beleaguered island. Their timely arrival turned the tide of the battle for Malta, and ultimately the war in the Mediterranean.
Signed by Flight Lieutenant Ken Evans



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Operation Chastise by Robert Taylor

Operation Chastise by Robert Taylor
The Studio Proofs

On the night of 16/17 May 1943, nineteen Lancasters and 133 men from the recently formed 617 Squadron carried out one of the most spectacular precision raids in the history of air warfare. This highly secret undertaking went under the code name of Operation Chastise, but the world would come to know it simply as the Dambuster Raid.

Robert Taylor's world famous portrayal of the moment that the Mohne Dam was breached in Operation Chastise sold out almost immediately when it was originally released and has since joined the ranks of the most collectible limited air combat editions ever published.

It is important, therefore, that this famous piece is the latest to be enhanced by the creation of new GICLEE STUDIO PROOF ON CANVAS.

UK orders are free of shipping cost - for overseas shipping please contact us



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Ops on Hold by Richard Taylor

Ops on Hold by Richard Taylor
Lancaster

Heavy snow has settled over the frozen countryside around RAF Fiskerton in Lincolnshire, and for once the Lancasters of 49 Squadron stand quietly idle at their dispersal points, March 1944.

Signed by veterans who flew Lancasters in WWII: Air Commodore CHARLES CLARKE OBE, Flight Lieutenant RUSSELL ‘RUSTY’ WAUGHMAN DFC AFC, Flight Lieutenant KEN THOMAS DFC

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B-25s - Doolittle Raid on Tokyo, 18 April 1942.

It was the morning of Monday, 18 April 1942 and, taking a final look at the carrier rapidly disappearing into the distance, the B-25s headed west on what each of the five man crews knew was a one-way ride. With luck they might make it to Nationalist China but first they had an important mission to complete - destination Tokyo!

Supplied with companion print The USS Hornet

Signed by up to 5 veterans:Lieutenant Colonel RICHARD E. COLE, Staff Sergeant DAVID J. THATCHER, Master Sergeant EDWARD J. SAYLOR, Aviation Machinist 1st Class GEORGE H. MAYNOR, Major THOMAS C. GRIFFIN




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Out Of Fuel and Safely Home by Robert Taylor

Out Of Fuel and Safely Home by Robert Taylor
Aircraft B-17 Fortress, P-51 Mustang
Military aviation art by Robert Taylor
A damaged B-17 Fortress escorted by P-51 Mustangs makes a forced landing in an English cornfield. Signed by Lt.Colonel Jim Barker, Lt. Colonel Richard Headrick, Colonel D Litsinger, First Lieutenant L A Mitchell, Colonel Bill Lawley.




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Phantom Fury by Robert Taylor

Phantom Fury by Robert Taylor
Phantom! - the name that struck terror into the hearts of the North Vietnamese

The biggest, fastest, most powerful fighter of its day, the McDonnell Phantom was an awesome war machine that came to dominate aerial combat for over two decades. It may have been the size of many World War II bombers but it could out-perform anything that crossed its path; it was quicker, could turn faster, was better equipped with electronics, carried more ordnance than anything comparable, and it had an unbelievable rate of climb. The F-4 Phantom was the benchmark against which every fighter in the world came to be judged; it was simply the best.

Signed by signed by the highly decorated Vietnam USAF fighter pilot Ace Steve Ritchie and Capt. John Madden



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Phantom Strike by Robert Taylor

Phantom Strike by Robert Taylor


THE GICLÉE STUDIO PROOFS

The steel mill at Thai Nguyen was vital to North Vietnam and in 1967 its destruction was a top priority for the USAF. There was a problem however; it was one of the most heavily and well defended installations in the country.

Overall Giclée size: 36" wide x 24" high

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Puttalam Elephants by Robert Taylor

Puttalam Elephants by Robert Taylor
F4U Corsair

Operating happily in conditions where towing tractors became quickly bogged down, the Puttalam Elephants provided an invaluable service, and became much loved by the pilots and ground crews.
This superb piece was originally painted by Robert back in 1984 as a commission for the Fleet Air Arm Museum in Yeovilton, but was never released as a limited edition.

Signed by up to 8 veterans Lieutenant ERIC BEECHINOR RN, Sub Lieutenant (A) GORDON DUNNELL RNVR , Sub Lieutenant TONY MAYLETT RN, Captain ERIC 'WINKLE' BROWN CBE, DSC, FRAeS, RN , Sub-Lieutenant VICTOR KAIRIS RN , Lieutenant CYRIL PRICE RN , Lieutenant PETER TWISS OBE, DSC*, RN , Lieutenant Commander BRUCE VIBERT RN



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Quiet Reflection by Richard Taylor

Quiet Reflection by Richard Taylor
Spitfires

Time is precious for the young off-duty fighter pilot and his girl as they pause to watch Spitfires from 92 Squadron pass low overhead. It is a brief moment of respite during the height of the Battle of Britain and tomorrow he’ll be back in combat.

Signed by up to 3 Battle of Britain veterans: Squadron Leader GEOFFREY WELLUM DFC, Wing Commander JOHN ‘TIM’ ELKINGTON, Flight Lieutenant ARCHIE McINNES




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Rabaul - Fly For Your Life By Robert Taylor

Rabaul - Fly For Your Life By Robert Taylor
'Black Sheep' F4U Corsair
With typical mastery, Robert Taylor has brought to life an encounter over Rabaul in late December 1943, paying tribute to one of the US Marine Corps most famous fighter squadrons, and its outstanding leader. With the Japanese airbase at Rabaul visible in the distance, 'Pappy' boyington and his fellow pilots of VMF-214 tear into a large formation of Japanese Zekes and a series of deadly dogfights have started, one Zeke already fallen victim to their guns.

Signed by up to 7 Brigadier General BRUCE J. MATHESON USMC, Major HARRY JOHNSON USMC, Lieutenant Colonel HENRY M. BOURGEOIS USMC (Companion Print), Lieutenant Colonel W. THOMAS EMRICH USMC, Colonel EDWIN A. HARPER USMC (Companion Print), Lieutenant Colonel JAMES J. HILL USMC, Captain FRED S. LOSCH USMC

Black Sheep Tribute Portfolio (subject to availability) also signed by Lieutenant Colonel JOHN F. BOLT USMC (Matted Signature), Captain GLENN BOWERS USMC (Original pencil drawing), Colonel GREGORY 'PAPPY' BOYINGTON MOH USMC (Matted Signature), Lieutenant Colonel WILLIAM D. HEIER USMC (Original pencil drawing), Major MARION 'RUSTY' MARCH USMC (Original pencil drawing), Lieutenant Colonel ROBERT W. McCLURG (Matted Signature), Major EDWIN L. OLANDER USMC (Original pencil drawing)


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Response to call by Robert Taylor

Response to call by Robert Taylor
Hawker Hurricane

We are delighted to announce two new releases (Response to Call and Eye of the Sun ) from the world's most collected aviation artist, Robert Taylor to commemorate the 75th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain

A pair of Mk.I Hurricanes from 32 Squadron lead the scramble away from their forward airfield at the height of the Battle of Britain. Often making four or five such scrambles a day, this time they are racing to intercept Luftwaffe intruders who have been spotted crossing the Kent coast.

Signed by up to 5 of 'The Few' heroes who took part in The Battle of Britain: Squadron Leader GEOFFREY WELLUM DFC, Wing Commander RICHARD ‘DICKIE’ SUMMERS AFM OBE, Flight Lieutenant TERRY CLARK DFM AE, Flight Lieutenant WILLIAM ‘BOB’ HUGHES DFC AE, Wing Commander PAUL FARNES DFM



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Return of the Hunters by Anthony Saunders

Return of the Hunters by Anthony Saunders
RAF Typhoon
June 1944 - The Normandy Portfolio

Anthony Saunders' intensely graphic new painting Return of the Hunters shows a pair of RAF Typhoons from 245 Squadron over the American Mulberry. They race back to their base in Hampshire to re-fuel and re-arm after delivering a blistering rocket attack on German positions behind the ever-widening Normandy beachhead.

Signed by Flying Officer Derek Tapson, Wing Commander Jerry Eaton, Ft Lt. David Ince

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Dawn Breaker by Anthony Saunders

Dawn Breaker by Anthony Saunders
RAF Halifax 76 Squadron - 359th Fighter Group P-51
June 1944 - The Normandy Portfolio - - Gold Beach -

As ships of the Royal Navy joined the barrage and with the battery all but silenced, the bombers headed
north, back towards England. Anthony Saunders' second painting Dawn Breakers catches the moment as the Halifaxes, now escorted by American P-51s of the 359th Fighter Group, survey the extra¬ordinary sight unfolding below them.

Signed by Ft Lt. Eric Bernard, Ft Lt. James Hampton, Warrent Officer Rex Statham

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Ramraiders by Richard Taylor

Ramraiders by Richard Taylor
Fw 190A-8
As the Allied Air Forces began their massed attack on Germany's oil refineries, the Luftwaffe was about to hit back with a new battle tactic - the Sturmgruppe!
Closing at high speed with all cannons blazing. Unteroffizier Willi Maximowitz is seen flying his distinctive Black 8 with IV Sturm/JG3. as he dives in to attack a formation of USAAF B-24s from the 93rd Bomb Group. The American gunners have a frightening task on their hands to fend off the attack until help arrives. Signed by Leutnant HELMUT BALLEWSKI, Leutnant KURT WUPPERMANN, Oberfeldwebel WILLI RESCHKE



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Red Tail Escort by Richard Taylor

Red Tail Escort by Richard Taylor
P-51 Mustangs, B17
The Tuskegee Red Tail pilots of the 332nd Fighter Group are a more than welcome sight as they close in to escort home a damaged B17 Fortress of the 483rd Bomb Group. Seen high over the Italian Alps during the summer of 1944.
Signed by Colonel CHARLES McGEE, Lieutenant Colonel LEO R. GRAY, Lieutenant Colonel GEORGE E. HARDY, Lieutenant Colonel WILLIAM H. HOLLOMAN III, Lieutenant Colonel ALEXANDER JEFFERSON, Second Lieutenant LOWELL STEWARD





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Return of the Hunters and Dawn Breakers by Anthony Saunders - The Pair

Return of the Hunters and Dawn Breakers by Anthony Saunders - The Pair


June 1944 - The Normandy Portfolio


Bought as a matching numbered pair* these momentous tributes to D- Day are at a very special price.

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Richthofen - Knights of the Sky by Nicolas Trudgian

Richthofen - Knights of the Sky by Nicolas Trudgian
The dramatic scene depicts an aerial dogfight, high over northern France, between Sopwith Camels and SE5A fighters of the Royal Flying Corps, and the bright red planes of Baron von Richthofen’s JG1 fighter wing.

Signed by World War I combat pilot Flight Lieutenant Philip Bristow (deceased)

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Rolling Thunder by Robert Taylor

Rolling Thunder by Robert Taylor
Aircraft F-105 Thunderchiefs
Military aviation art by Robert Taylor
Colonel Jack Broughton leading the four 355th TFW F-105 Thunderchiefs down Thud Ridge, at very low level. Scorching along in afterburner at just below the speed of sound.

Signed by heroes Lt. Colonel Harold W Bingaman, Lt. Colonel Max C Brestel, Colonel Jacksel M Broughton, Colonel Leo K Thorsness.




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Rover Patrol by Richard Taylor

Rover Patrol by Richard Taylor
Mosquito
Occupied by the Germans since 1940, the Norwegian fjords, with their narrow inlets and steep mountainous backdrops, offered unique protection; however submarines departing and returning to Norway from their oceanic operations immediately attracted the attention of RAF Coastal Command. Signed by 3 Mosquito crew Flight Lieutenant FRANK HAWTHORNE, Flight Lieutenant AUBREY ‘HLLLI’ HLLLIARD, Flying Officer MAURICE WEBB DFM



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Royal Sovereign - First Through The Line by Richard Grenville

Royal Sovereign  - First Through The Line by Richard Grenville
Battle of Trafalgar. HMS Royal Sovereign like the Victory was a first rate ship of 100 guns and Flag Ship of Vice Admiral Cuthbert Collingwood. Known by its crew as the West Country Wagon she proved much faster than the rest of the British fleet that day and put Collingwood right at the front of the action exactly where he wanted to be.

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Running the Gauntlet by Robert Taylor

Running the Gauntlet by Robert Taylor
Running the Gauntlet, a superb painting by Robert Taylor, shows Me262s of JV44 returning to base in southern Germany, having come under attack from P-51 Mustangs of the 353rd Fighter Group. Signed by Major General DONALD J. STRAIT, Lieutenant Colonel CLYDE B. EAST, Leutnant NORBERT HANNIG, Leutnant WALTER SCHUCK . War in Europe Edition also signed by Colonel DONALD CUMMINGS, Brigadier General ROBIN OLDS, Major ERIC RUDORFFER, Leutnant ALFRED AMBS. Generals Edition also signed by Captain JIM BROOKS, Colonel WALKER ‘BUD’ MAHURIN, Generalleutnant ADOLF GALLAND, Feldwebel ERNEST GIEFING. The portfolio proofs also signed by Colonel HERSCHEL GREEN (main print), General JOHANNES STEINHOFF (matted signature), Generalleutnant WALTER KRUPINSKI (matted signature)



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Russian Roulette by Robert Taylor

Russian Roulette by Robert Taylor
Aircraft Yak 3, Bf109
Military aviation art by Robert Taylor
A Soviet Yak 3 hurtling towards us in a typically daring head-on attack on a Bf109. Signed by Lt. General Arseny Vasil’yevitch Vorozheikin, Major General Konstantin Mikhailovitch Treshyov ,General Günther Rall,
General Johannes Steinhoff, General Joseph Risso, Lieutenant Jaques de Saint Phalle




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Savage Skies by Robert Taylor

Savage Skies by Robert Taylor
Fw190 JG54 - B-24 Liberators 2nd Air Division
As the Fw190s broke cloud above the area of Koblenz they sighted a formation of nine 2nd Air Division B-24 Liberators and formed up for an attack. Some 6000 feet above, top-cover P-51 Mustangs had watched the Fw190s climbing through the banks of clouds, and turned 180 degrees to position behind the Luftwaffe fighters. Diving in from their height advantage, the Mustang pilots entered the fray and within seconds the sky was filled with swirling dogfights.

Fighter Pilots Edition signed by Major HANS-EKKEHARD BOB, Leutnant NORBERT HANNIG, Major ERIC RUDORFFER

Green Heart Edition also signed by Unteroffizzier GUSTAV DREES, Lieutenant Colonel G W FORD, Feldwebel HERIBERT KOLLER, Leutnant HERMANN SCHLEINHEGE, First Lieutenant ALBERT ‘BERT’ BIEL, Leutnant HUGO BROCH, Colonel WILBUR LEE ‘WEB’ CLINGAN



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Schweinfurt The Second Mission by Robert Taylor

Schweinfurt The Second Mission  by Robert Taylor
B-17's of 92nd Bomb Group
High over Germany, beyond the range of Allied fighter cover, the unprotected B-17s come under relentless attack from enemy fighters. Losses are high. Undeterred, the valiant crews press on to the target, their relentless determination and courage on that Black Thursday forever etched into aviation folk lore. Signed by up to 10 Veterans, General J. KEMP MACLAUGHLIN, First Lieutenant WILBUR ‘BUD’ KLINT, First Lieutenant JOHN P. NOACK, First Lieutenant FREDERICK J. BIRD, Technical Sergeant JACK R. GOETZ, Captain MALCOLM H. HIGGINS, Technical Sergeant BILL E. MARTIN, Chief Master Sergeant ROY C. McGINNIS, Captain JAMES A. 'PETE' MULLINAX, Staff Sergeant BEN ROBERTS



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Sea Fury by Robert Taylor

Sea Fury by Robert Taylor
Aircraft Sea Fury
Military aviation art by Robert Taylor
Flying an 805 Squadron Sea Fury from HMS Ocean in 1952, during the Korean War, 'Hoagy' Carmichael became the first piston engine pilot to destroy a jet aircraft when he downed a North Korean MiG.

Signed by ‘Hoagy’ Carmichael




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Secret Operation by Robert Taylor

Secret Operation by Robert Taylor
S-Class HMS Sceptre
The S-Class HMS Sceptre slips her moorings in Scapa Flow, Scotland, and glides quietly into the North Sea to begin another top secret underwater mission. Signed by the artist Robert Taylor and four highly decorated World War II Royal Navy ‘S’ class submarine Captains: Vice Admiral Sir Michael Lumby KCB OBE DSO DSC, Commander Edward Young DSO DSC* RNV(S)R, Vice Admiral Sir Ian McGeoch KBE CB DSO DSC,Vice Admiral Sir Ian McIntosh KBE CB DSO DSC.



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South Atlantic Task Force by Robert Taylor

South Atlantic Task Force by Robert Taylor
Maritime art by Robert Taylor
HMS Hermes prepares to launch her Sea Harriers whilst a Sea King stands off. HMS Arrow in the foreground ploughs into the swell, whilst HMS Sheffield keeps station off the port beam.

Signed by Major General Sir Jeremy Moore.




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Skipper Comes Home by Robert Taylor

Skipper Comes Home by Robert Taylor
‘Skipper’, one of the longest serving B-17 Fortresses of the war, returns to Thurleigh in East Anglia on a cold afternoon in late January 1945. Flying with the 367th Squadron of the 306th Bomb Group, ‘Skipper’ was badly damaged in November 1944, repaired and returned to service to finish the war with over 100 combat missions. Signed by Lieutenant Colonel WILLIAM P. KINCHELOE, First Lieutenant DON NIELSEN, Captain ROBERT PARIS, Major PAUL H. GREER



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Special Duties by Robert Taylor

Special Duties by Robert Taylor
Aircraft Ju52, Me109
Military aviation art by Robert Taylor
A Ju52 of Luftlotte 2,escorted by Me109s of JG-53, transports important military personnel over the Dolomites in the summer of 1942. Signed by Leutnant Herbert Kaiser, Oberleutnant Günther Seeger, Oberfeldwebel Alexander Uhlig, Major Werner Roell , Oberfeldwebel Theo Gerling , Oberleutnant Helmut Schwartz, Hauptmann Claus Semmelhaack.




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Spitfires Over St. Michaels Mount by Robert Taylor (SM)

Spitfires Over St. Michaels Mount by Robert Taylor (SM)
THE WORLD'S PREMIER AVIATION ARTIST COMMEMORATES THE 70th ANNIVERSARY OF THE SPITFIRE

THE 70th ANNIVERSARY EDITION
Robert Taylor has chosen to show a Spitfire in the Battle of Britain colours of No 41 Squadron for his romantic portrayal of a Spitfire over St Michael's Mount, just off the coast of Cornwall - where the southwest corner of the British Isles meets the mighty Atlantic.
Signed by Wing Commander PETER V. AYERST DFC, Squadron Leader IAN BLAIR DFM, Flight Lieutenant KENNETH W. S. EVANS DFC
This beautiful print is matted to also include the prestigious signatures of Group Captain BRIAN KINGCOME DSO DFC*, Air Vice-Marshal JOHNNIE JOHNSON CB CBE DSO** DFC*, Wing Commander BOB STANFORD TUCK DSO DFC**



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Spitfires Over The Needles by Philip West

Spitfires Over The Needles by Philip West
June 1940, The Battle of Britain - Spitfires

Spitfires of 609 Squadron returning to their satellite station airfield at Warmwell to
re-arm and re-fuel, following an intercept mission against enemy aircraft trying to disrupt shipping along the South Coast of England.

Signed by up to 3 veterans Sqn. Ldr. Percival H. Beake DFC, AE , Group Captain Billy Drake DSO, DFC*, DFC (US), Flt. Lt. Frank Newman



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St Croix Sur Mer by Robert Taylor (SM)

St Croix Sur Mer by Robert Taylor (SM)
Johnnie Johnson’s 144th Canadian Wing Spitfires taking off from a hastily prepared temporary airstrip near St. Croix-Sur-Mer, Normandy 1944.

The distinction of being the first R.A.F. unit to operate from French mainland soil since the Fall of France in 1940 went to Johnnie Johnson's 144 Canadian wing on June 10th, 1944. It was a milestone in the hard-fought air war against the Luftwaffe which had commenced with the air battles over France a long four years before.

The Signatures
Air Vice-Marshal JOHNNIE JOHNSON CB CBE DSO DFC DL,
Squadron Leader DANNY BROWNE
Flight Lieutenant LARRY ROBILLARD




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Steinhof Tribute by Robert Taylor

Steinhof Tribute by Robert Taylor
Aircraft Me109, He111, Hurricane
Macky Steinhoff’s Me109 in action against Hurricanes of the RAF’s No.32 Squadron over the White Cliffs of Dover, during the Battle of Britain, August 1940. Heinkel 111 bombers have attacked airfields and radar stations along the coast, and a frantic dogfight has developed as Me109s of JG-52 clash with the Hurricanes.

Signed by General Johannes Steinhoff Knight’s Cross with Oak Leaves and Swords



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Sting of the Black Tulip by Robert Taylor

Sting of the Black Tulip by Robert Taylor
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The Sting of the Black Tulip was the first in Robert Taylor’s immortal ‘Hartmann Trilogy’, and portrayed events on 7 August 1943 when Erich Hartmann, the world’s highest scoring Ace, claimed seven victories in a day.

Every Sting of the Black Tulip Giclée Studio Proof is issued as a collectors portfolio which comprises a facsimile wartime photograph of Major ERICH HARTMANN, beautifully matted to conservation standards to include a reproduction Luftwaffe Fighter Pilot’s clasp and:

Hartmann’s ORIGINAL signature.

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Strike and Return  by Robert Taylor
Aircraft Lancaster

ROBERT TAYLOR
I stood on the end of the runway at RAF Binbrook during the filming of the Memphis Belle and gazed over the ageless, beautiful Lincolnshire landscape. It was easy to visualize the Lancasters of 460 Squadron returning home, battle-worn and tired as they would have done some fifty years earlier, and to imagine the emotions of the crews as they brought their mighty Lancasters back to this famous wartime base.
The Aircrew Edition signatures PAT CARDON, BOB KNIGHTS, TONY IVESON , BILL NORTH , JOHN R GARDNER, R GORDON GOODWIN , LAWRENCE W WOODS. The RAAF signatures W E ‘JERRY’ BATEMAN HILARY M BAYLISS, PHILLIP J COFFEY, JOHN R GARDNER, R GORDON GOODWIN , LAWRENCE W WOODS. The Collectors Edition signatures include Group Captain DUDLEY BURNSIDE, LAWRENCE CURTIS, BILL REID , ERNEST RODLEY, FRED WATTS.



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Strike and Strike Again by Robert Taylor

Strike and Strike Again by Robert Taylor
Beaufighters
Robert Taylor's gripping new painting conveys the awesome task faced by the Australian, British, Canadian, and New Zealand aircrews, as Beaufighters of No 455 Squadron RAAF from the Dallachy Strike Wing skim the rugged rock face, exiting the target after a successful rocket attack on shipping deep in a Norwegian fjord. Signed by Flying Officer HAROLD CORBIN CGM , Warrant Officer LES DOUGHTY DFM , Flight Lieutenant HERBERT 'BERT' GRAHAM. Victory in Europe Edition also signed by Flight Lieutenant RAY HARINGTON ,Flight Lieutenant DES CURTIS DFC ,Flying Officer MAURICE WEBB DFM , Warrant Officer BILL PARFITT

RAAF Editon signed by Flying Officer JOHN C. AYLIFFE DFC , Group Captain ERNEST F. 'BLUE' BERNAU , Flying Officer IVOR M. GORDON DFC , Lieutenant Commander WILLIAM G. HERBERT , Group Captain Dr PETER L.T.ILBERY OAM RFD MD , Flight Lieutenant JACK MacDONALD EM
Flying Officer DONALD A. MITCHELL , Flying Officer IAN A. F. MURRAY , Group Captain WILLIAM F. A. WALDOCK




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Strike on Berlin by Anthony Saunders

Strike on Berlin by Anthony Saunders
Mosquito

The swaggering figure of the Reichsmarshal swept imperiously into the Air Ministry on Berlin’s Wilhemstrasse, his jewel-encrusted baton and extravagant uniform as flamboyant as ever. This was Saturday, 30 January 1943, the tenth Anniversary of the Nazi Party coming to power, and Goering was about to deliver the main speech in tribute to the Party and its leader, the Fuhrer - Adolf Hitler. The RAF had other ideas.

Signed by the artist and 3 veterans: Flight Lieutenant KEN TEMPEST DFC , Flight Lieutenant COLIN BELL DFC AFC, Flight Lieutenant GEORGE DUNN



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Stuka ! by Robert Taylor

Stuka ! by Robert Taylor
Aircraft Stuka Ju87
Military aviation art by Robert Taylor
The Stuka when dressed for war was an awesome spectacle. Robert Taylor’s outstanding painting shows a formation of Ju87s bombed up and fitted with long range tanks heading out on a shipping strike over the Mediterranean in 1941.
A unique limited edition featuring the remarkable Ju87 Stuka, each print signed by Stuka pilots Hans-Karl Stepp, Kurt Kuhlmey, Franz Kieslich and Helmut Fickel.



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Swansong by Robert Taylor

Swansong by Robert Taylor
Aircraft Fw190
Military aviation art by Robert Taylor
In this superb painting Robert Taylor has recreated the scene high over Germany on JG-300's final morning of combat as Günther Rall leads his FW190s into battle with P-51 Mustangs of the USAAF for the last time.

Signed by General Günther Rall - Knight’s Cross with Oak Leaves and Swords.



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Swordfish Attack at Taranto by Robert Taylor

Swordfish Attack at Taranto  by Robert Taylor
Aircraft Swordfish
Military aviation art by Robert Taylor
On 11th November 1940, twenty magnificent but outdated Swordfish biplanes were launched from the carrier HMS Illustrious and headed for Taranto under cover of darkness to deliver one of the most decisive attacks of World War II.

Signed by Commander Charles Lamb, Vice-Admiral Sir Hugh ‘Dick’ Janvrin



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Tactical Support by Richard Taylor

Tactical Support by Richard Taylor
P38 Lightning

With bright yellow spinners and distinctive twin-booms glinting in the June sunshine, two P-38 Lockheed Lightnings of the USAAF's 79th Fighter Squadron, 20th Fighter Group hurtle low over Pegasus Bridge as they race across the Normandy landscape shortly after the D-Day landings, June 1944. Flying from their base at Kings Cliffe in Cambridgeshire they have today been tasked to support the advancing allied forces; they will strafe and bomb the enemy lines, destroying enemy communications, armour and ground targets, causing as much chaos and disruption as they can. Dangerous work, these low-level missions, but tasks that the tough P-38 pilots relish

Signed by up to Six Veterans Captain JAMES KUNKLE, Lieutenant Colonel WILLIAM WILLIS, Lieutenant Colonel WILLIAM POPE, Staff Sergeant PETER BOYLE, Sergeant TITCH RAYNER, Sergeant BILL TRUE




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Target Bearing 270º by Robert Taylor

Target Bearing 270º  by Robert Taylor
Lancaster Aviation Art by Robert Taylor
At sunrise on 12 November, 1944, led by Wing Commander James Tait, Lancasters of 617 Squadron RAF prepare to make their bombing run on the German battleship Tirpitz, lying in the Norwegian fjord at Tromsø. Signed by Flying Officer C B R FISH. Squadron Leader T IVESON DFC AE. Squadron Leader B KNIGHTS DSO DFC. Squadron Leader E A WASS AE (Air Gunner)



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Top Dog by Robert Taylor

Top Dog by Robert Taylor
Mosquito
Completing a record 213 operational sorties with Bomber Command's Pathfinder Force, Mosquito LR503 became one of the most successful aircraft in the Royal Air Force during World War II. It flew first with 109 Pathfinder Squadron, and then 105 Pathfinder Squadron, completing more combat missions than any other Allied aircraft. Signatures include Wing Commander ROBERT BRAY DFC*, Squadron Leader T. J. 'TOMMY' BROOM DFC, Squadron Leader RON CURTIS DSO DFC, Flight Lieutenant RAY HARRINGTON, Warrant Officer A.E. 'BERT'WINWOOD, Wing Commander BRANSE BURBRIDGE DSO* DFC*, Group Captain LEONARD CHESHIRE VC OM DSO** DFC*, Group Captain JOHN 'CATS EYES' CUNNINGHAM DSO** DFC*. RAAF Edition Squadron Leader LEONARD C. JACOBE DFC* RAAF, Flying Officer MALCOLM 'MAC' B. SKINNER RAAF. Please see print information for actual signatures

Memorial Proof edition prints UK delivery only (we will be pleased to quote for shipping overseas)



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Towards Night's Darkness by Robert Taylor

Towards Night's Darkness by Robert Taylor
Lancaster
Robert Taylor’s evocative new painting is a moving tribute to these men of Bomber Command. As the setting sun casts a golden glow, a group of Lancasters from 576 Squadron form up after departing from their Lincolnshire base at the start of a raid into Germany in late 1944. The lead aircraft UL-I (LM227) was one of only a handful of Lancasters to complete 100 operational sorties.

Signed by up to 10 veterans



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Towards The Home Fires by Robert Taylor

Towards The Home Fires by Robert Taylor
Aircraft: P-51K Scat VI -

A TRIBUTE TO ROBIN OLDS

Flying low over the snow covered village of Maldon in Essex, Major Robin Olds, in his P-51K Scat VI, leads a flight of Mustangs of the 434th Fighter Squadron, 479th Fighter Group back to their base at Wattisham, on 14 February 1945. During their long range escort mission Olds had added three more German fighters to his tally over Berlin, making him one of the foremost Aces in the Eighth Air Force.

Signed by up to 8 signatories: First Lieutenant WALTER M. DRAKE, Brigadier-General ROBIN OLDS, First Lieutenant JAMES E. FROLKING

First Lieutenant DAVID L. BORN, Colonel C. E. ‘BUD’ ANDERSON, Brigadier-General FRANK L. GAILER, Colonel JOE PETERSBURS, Colonel STEVE N. PISANOS


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The Battle for Britain by Robert Taylor

The Battle for Britain  by Robert Taylor
A Battle of Britain Spitfire from 610 Squadron takes on a Me109 from I./JG3 in a head-on attack high over the south coast port of Dover, in the late morning of 10 July 1940. Signed by :THE FIGHTER EDITION
Wing Commander TERENCE KANE, Group Captain TOM DALTON MORGAN DSO DFC* OBE, Flight Lieutenant RICHARD L JONES , Squadron Leader J G MILLARD :THE KNIGHTS CROSS EDITION All the above signatures plus: Generalleutnant GÜNTHER RALL , Oberleutnant GÛNTHER SEEGER :THE BATTLE OF BRITAIN PROOFS
All the above Six signatures plus: Major HANS-EKKEHARD BOB , Oberleutnant ERWIN LEYKAUF , Wing Commander GEORGE ‘GRUMPY’UNWIN DSO DFM* , Wing Commander GEORGE W SWANWICK , Group Captain GEORGE H WESTLAKE DSO DFC , Wing Commander WILFRED M SIZER DFC* , Flight Lieutenant MICHAEL E CROSKELL , Squadron Leader JOCELYN G P MILLARD , Wing Commander PADDY BARTHROPP DFC

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The Battle of Trafalgar by Robert Taylor

The Battle of Trafalgar by Robert Taylor
At 1300 hours on October 21st, 1805, Vice Admiral Horatio Nelson's flagship H.H.S. Victory breaks through the French and Spanish line of battle. Her first broadside cripples Admiral Villeneuve's French flagship Bucentaure and her second badly damages the Spanish Santisima Trinidad.



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The Battle of Trafalgar by Robert Taylor

The Battle of Trafalgar by Robert Taylor
The Trafalgar Memorial Edition
At 1300 hours on October 21st, 1805, Vice Admiral Horatio Nelson's flagship H.H.S. Victory breaks through the French and Spanish line of battle. Her first broadside cripples Admiral Villeneuve's French flagship Bucentaure and her second badly damages the Spanish Santisima Trinidad.



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The Biff Boys

The Biff Boys
Albatross D.V scouts - Bristol F.2b - Sopwith Camel

Robert Taylor’s new aerial masterwork captures perfectly the scenario on that decisive morning in November 1917. Lt. Powell is seen pumping a deadly burst of machine gun fire into a diving Albatross as the aerial duel wheels and turns in a magnificent skyscape high above Cambrai.

Supplied with companion print signed by Henry J. L. Botterell 1896 - 2003


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The Channel Dash by Robert Taylor
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Undetected, the battlecruisers Scharnhorst and Gneisenau, together with the cruiser Prinz Eugen and supporting vessels, had escaped from the French port of Brest, and were making an audacious dash - in broad daylight and under the noses of the enemy - to the safety of the Elbe Estuary. But first they must sail through the Straits of Dover, one of the narrowest and most heavily defended straits in the world. Everything depended on surprise - and air cover.

Every Channel Dash Giclée Studio Proof is issued as a collectors portfolio wich comprises a facsimile wartime photograph of General ADOLF GALLAND, beautifully matted to conservation standards to include a reproduction Luftwaffe Fighter Pilot’s clasp and :

Galland’s ORIGINAL signature.

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The Doolittle Raiders Canvas Proof by Robert Taylor

The Doolittle Raiders Canvas Proof by Robert Taylor

To commemorate the 75th Anniversary of the Doolittle Raid, we are delighted that this great Masterwork painting is the latest addition to Robert's popular series of Giclée Proofs on canvas.

At 8.20am on April 18, 1942, just four months after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, a small force of B-25 Mitchell bombers under the command of Col Jimmy Doolittle, undertook one of the most remarkable air raids of WWII. The Raiders’ orders were anything but simple: fly low level some 800 miles over water into Japanese territory without escort, attack targets in Tokyo and nearby, then, with insufficient fuel to return, fly towards China until they ran out of fuel, bail out and, finally, try to evade capture.


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Studio Canvas Proof

Launching from the heaving decks of the USS Hornet Doolittle led his intrepid force on a daring aerial raid on the enemy's capital, Tokyo. The raiders knew it was a one-way trip, they had insufficient fuel to return, so they must bomb their targets and fly on to China in the hope of survival

Robert Taylor's classic masterwork was created with the technical assistance of Jimmy Doolittle himself, and portrays the moment that Doolittle overflies the carrier to check his compass bearing as another B-25 launches from the heaving deck of the Hornet. Signed by Jimmy Doolittle and thirteen of his men the original print edition is now a rarity, highly sought after on the secondary market. Thanks to the Giclee process however, collectors can now compliment those high value signed prints, and enhance their portfolios, with the release of these new studio prints

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The Aircrew Profile Collection - Rare Books (fpp)

The Aircrew Profile Collection - Rare Books (fpp)
Two unique volumes each carrying 26 valuable profiles and signatures of World War II Flying Aces

Issued in 1984 these publications are unique in the world of collecting. They have a special value and interest to collectors, not found in any other form of collecting and are EXTREMELY RARE.

We have a few signed, mint-condition, Limited Edition Profile sets available

Two volumes are available - 'FIGHTER PILOTS' and 'BOMBER AIRCREW' - each a series containing 26 individually signed Profiles, including combat reports, notes and evaluations of aircraft types flown in combat, plus fascinating biographical notes and details of awards for gallantry.

EACH INDIVIDUAL PROFILE CARRIES AN ORIGINAL SIGNATURE

The album cover is in RAF blue with the RAF crest on the front being in 22ct gold leaf. Inside are thick double sided hardback pages covered with crystal clear acrylic sheets to preserve the originality of the profile and signature. The overall size is 11½ inches x 12 inches

Fighter Pilot Profiles

Acclaimed by serious collectors as one of the most exciting military collectibles of all time, and an excellent investment.
No fewer than 26 Fighter Pilots from RAF Fighter Command 1939 - 45 have contributed to this unique Limited Edition. When published in 1984 Only 2000 sets were published for world wide distribution. They quickly sold out!
The Fighter Pilot Edition includes the profiles of legendary names such as; Johnnie Johnson, Cocky Dundas, Peter Townsend, Bob Stanford-Tuck, Laddie Lucas, Bobby Oxspring, Paddy Barthropp, Denis Crowley-Milling, John Cunningham and Christopher Foxley-Norris, to name but a few.



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The Aircrew Profile Collection - Rare Books (bap)

The Aircrew Profile Collection - Rare Books (bap)

Bomber Aircrew Profiles

Twenty-six highly decorated World War II, Bomber Aircrew, including no fewer than five holders of the Victoria Cross, have contributed their profiles. Each containing an autobiographical history of his flying career, notes on his squadron, combat reports, types of aircraft flown, a rare wartime photograph, illustrations of his medals for gallantry, and each is signed individually.
Famous contributors include: Leonard Cheshire VC, Roderick Learoyd VC, Bill Reid VC, Norman Jackson VC, Leonard Trent VC, Dambuster Mick Martin, Pathfinders Don Bennett and Hamish Mahaddie, Willie Tait (who sank the Tirpitz), Gus Walker and a host of other highly decorated men who flew with RAF Bomber Command.



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The Big Guns by Nicolas Trudgian

The Big Guns by Nicolas Trudgian
Canvas Giclee Edition - The only opportunity to obtain the full-size reproduction of the sensational original painting by Nicolas Trudgian, 'The Big Guns'. The closest you will ever get to owning the original

In late 1944, responding to relentless Soviet offensives, the very best of the Luftwaffe heads towards the front to defend the homeland. The Bf109Gs of JG52, including those of the greatest aces of all time, Erich Hartmann and Gerhard Barkhorn, share the sky with the most highly decorated serviceman of the Third Reich, Hans-Ulrich Rudel, in his tank-busting Ju87G of St.G2. A superbly atmospheric painting by Nicolas Trudgian

HAND SIGNED IN PAINT BY NICOLAS TRUDGIAN

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The Big Push by Anthony Saunders

The Big Push by Anthony Saunders

Passchendaele November 1917

Swamped by mud amidst a desolate, shattered landscape, men and horses of the Royal Field Artillery drag their 18 pounder field-gun towards a new position on 15 November 1917, during the final days of the Battle of Passchendaele. Whilst the army continues its grim fight on the ground, overhead Sopwith Camels from 45 Squadron Royal Flying Corps tangle in an equally deadly duel with German Albatros fighters of Jasta 6

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Passchendaele November 1917

Swamped by mud amidst a desolate, shattered landscape, men and horses of the Royal Field Artillery drag their 18 pounder field-gun towards a new position on 15 November 1917, during the final days of the Battle of Passchendaele. Whilst the army continues its grim fight on the ground, overhead Sopwith Camels from 45 Squadron Royal Flying Corps tangle in an equally deadly duel with German Albatros fighters of Jasta 6

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The Eagles Divide by Robert Taylor

The Eagles Divide by Robert Taylor

THE LATEST RELEASE IN THE MILITARY GALLERY GRAPHITE COLLECTION


Robert Taylor’s superb drawing, the latest in his much-acclaimed Graphite Series, dramatically reconstructs one such clash in early 1945 as P-51 Mustangs of the 357th Fighter Group have spotted a group of Bf109s heading their way. Without hesitation they dive head-on in an attempt to break-up the enemy formation and for the pilots on both sides the explosive encounter of close combat is suddenly upon them.

Signed by up to 16 veterans - including some of the highest scoring Aces of World War II
Colonel CLARENCE ‘BUD’ ANDERSON, Captain WILLIAM ‘BILL’ OVERSTREET, Leutnant HUGO BROCH’ Oberleutnant WALTER WOLFRUM, Leutnant JORG CZPIONKA, Captain JIM BROOKS, Lieutenant Colonel CLYDE B. EAST, Colonel ART FIEDLER, Colonel JOE PETERSBURS, Oberleutnant KURT SCHULTZ, First Lieutenant CLINT WHITE, Generalleutnant GUNTHER RALL , Hauptmann GUNTHER NORDENHOLZ, Oberfeldwebel ERICH AXTHAMMER, Unteroffizier GUSTAV DREES, Unteroffizier JOHANNES OESTERHELT




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The Blond Knight by Robert Taylor

The Blond Knight by Robert Taylor
Aircraft - Bf109 G-6

During an astonishing three year period on the Eastern Front Erich Hartmann downed 352 enemy aircraft to become the highest-scoring Ace in history. It is a record likely to stand for all time. To complete this outstanding Three Hundred Club Portfolio, Robert Taylor pays tribute to the Ace of Aces.

Signed by 2 Luftwaffe fighter pilots who flew on the Eastern Front during World War II: Unteroffizier HUBERT-LUDWIG PFLAUM, Hauptmann KARL-FRITZ SCHLOSSSTEIN

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Generalleutnant GÜNTHER RALL, Feldwebel OSKAR BÖSCH , Oberstleutnant HEINZ MARQUARDT, Leutnant HUGO BROCH, THE MATTED SIGNATURES: Generalmajor JOSEF HAIBÖCK, Major FRITZ LOSIGKEIT, Oberst ERICH HARTMANN



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The Final Show by Robert Taylor

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Hawker Tempest

French Ace Pierre Clostermann flies his Tempest ‘Le Grand Charles’ with 3 Sqn against the heavily-defended seaplane base at Grossenbrode on the Baltic coast. Having just destroyed two Dornier D018 flying boats, he helps to finish off a Bf109 that has attacked from above whilst Fw190s race to join in the ferocious encounter, 4 May 1945. Within a few days the war in Europe will be over.

Signed by the artist and up to 10 veterans: Fg Off RON POTTINGER, Flt Lt JOHN THORBURN, Flt Lt Fr. GEORGE WOOD, Flt Lt DEREK LOVELL, W.O. TOM CARTER, W.O. NORMAN SAMUELS, Gp Capt TOM DALTON-MORGAN DSO DFC* OBE, Capt BILLY DRAKE DSO DFC, Wg Cdr PIERRE CLOSTERMANN Ld’H CDG DSO DFC*, Wg Cdr ROLAND ‘BEE’ BEAMONT CBE DSO* DFC*






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The Greatest Day - Battle of Britain September 15th 1940 by Robert Taylor

The Greatest Day - Battle of Britain September 15th 1940 by Robert Taylor
Hurricane, Do17, Bf109

Leading his Duxford ‘Big Wing’, Squadron Leader Douglas Bader scores a direct hit on a Do17 as he dives his Hurricane into the mass of German bombers heading towards London, on the afternoon of 15 September 1940. As their hard-pressed Bf109 escorts become low on fuel and are forced to head back to France, the enemy bombers are left to fend for themselves. On this day the Luftwaffe lost almost 60 aircraft, the RAF less than half that number. It was the RAF's greatest day and the tide of the Battle of Britain had turned.

Signed by up to ten veterans Wing Commander TOM NEIL, Wing Commander JOHN ‘TIM’ ELKINGTON, Generalleutnant GÜNTHER RALL, Squadron Leader TONY PICKERING, Flying Officer KEN WILKINSON, Generalleutnant ADOLF GALLAND, Flight Lieutenant ARCHIE McINNES, Flight Lieutenant TERRY CLARK, Flight Lieutenant WILLIAM ‘BOB’ HUGHES, Wing Commander RICHARD ‘DICKIE’ SUMMERS




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THE GREAT ESCAPE - THE ENTRANCE by LEY KENYON

THE GREAT ESCAPE - THE ENTRANCE by LEY KENYON
POW Wartime Artist
The night of 24 March 1944 has gone down in history as one of the bravest and most daring escape attempts of the entire war This was the night of 'The Great Escape'. Over 200 inmates of the Prisoner of War camp Stalag Luft III in Zagan, Poland were ready and prepared with forged papers, maps, civilian clothes and an indomitable desire to be free.
Needed for this were camera and film, both luxuries that could not be squandered on posterity; thus the senior British officer asked fellow prisoner and artist Ley Kenyon to make a visual record of 'Harry'
Limited Edition signed by Flt Lt Alan Bryett
Escapers Edition Mounted and signed by Flt Lt Alan Bryett and Sqn Ldr Dick Churchill
Artist Proof Mounted and signed by Flt Lt Alan Bryett, Sqn Ldr Dick Churchill and Flt Lt Mick Shand



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"Everyone in this room is living on borrowed time. By rights we should all be dead! The only reason that God allowed us this extra ration of life is so we can make life hell for the Hun… three bloody deep, bloody long tunnels will be dug - Tom, Dick, and Harry. One will succeed!" Squadron Leader Roger Bushell

Signed by up to 5 PoWs who took part



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To further Commemorate this famous escape attempt, we are pleased to announce a highly restrictive Folio set by Richard Taylor featuring 76 pairs of limited edition Graphite proofs in memory of the 76 men that managed to escape the camp.

Sold as a pair - The Railway and Coming Up Short

Signatories Flight Lieutenant JACK LYON (railway), Wing Commander KEN REES (coming up short)



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The Hard Way Home by Robert Taylor

The Hard Way Home by Robert Taylor
Halifax, Hurricane

Like the fighter pilots of the Battle of Britain, the young men who flew with Bomber Command came not just from Britain, but from all over the Commonwealth and countries of occupied mainland Europe. Every man was a volunteer, prepared to endure the deadly flak and prowling night-fighters, to say nothing of the savage and bitter cold, in order to wage their relentless attack against the Third Reich.

Signed by up to 21 veterans: Warrant Officer HARRY IRONS DFC, Warrant Officer LAURIE GODFREY, Warrant Officer ERIC CARTER, Lieutenant STANISLAW NAWARSKI DFC KM, Flying Officer TOM SAYER DFM, Squadron Leader FRANK WILLIAMSON AFC, Flight Lieutenant “BLUEY” MOTTERSHEAD DFC, Warrant Officer JOHN MORRISON, Flying Officer FRANK WALKER, Flying Officer LEN McNAMARA DFC, Warrant Officer FRED MALTAS, Warrant Officer REG CLEAVER, Warrant Officer HARRY GOUGH, Flying Officer JOHN EVANS, Warrant Officer SAM THOMPSON, Flight Lieutenant MATT HOLIDAY DFC, Warrant Officer WILLIAM BELL, Flight Lieutenant KURT TAUSSIG, Wing Commander JOHN ‘TIM’ ELKINGTON , Wing Commander TOM NEIL DFC AFC AE, Pilot Officer STEFAN RYLL

RCAC editions signed by 7 veterans: Wing Commander J.F.‘STOCKY’ EDWARDS DFC* DFM RCAF – Hurricane Pilot / 92 Sqn
Lieutenant Colonel DOUGLAS ‘DUKE’ WARREN DFC CD, Squadron Leader IAN HEWITT DFC* , Warrant Officer REG CLEAVER, Warrant Officer RICHARD CURNOCK, Flying Officer EDWARD BOWLES, Flight Lieutenant HENRY OAKEBY



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The Legend Of Colin Kelly by Robert Taylor

The Legend Of Colin Kelly by Robert Taylor
B17, Zeros
One burst of enemy fire went right through the middle of the aircraft taking the life of Kelly’s flight engineer and setting the aircraft on fire. With the aircraft mortally damaged and still under attack, Kelly ordered his crew to bail out while he held the aircraft steady. The aircraft exploded throwing the co-pilot Donald Robins clear. The B-17 came down in pieces with the gallant skipper still at the controls. He had no chance of survival. Captain Colin Kelly was posthumously awarded the Distinguished Service Cross. Signed by Master Sergeant James E Halkyard, Staff Sergeant Robert E Altman.



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The Long Short Days by Robert Taylor

The Long Short Days by Robert Taylor
Bf109Gs

Robert Taylor’s stunning painting, beautifully captures a group of Bf109Gs from III./JG26, as they return to their forward base after a long fighter sweep along the Channel coast in early 1944. In his unmistakable style, and with inordinate skill, Robert deftly evokes a moment of rare tranquillity amidst the carnage of war as the lengthening sun glints across the frozen landscape during the short days of winter. It was known as the Jagdverbände, the fighter arm of the Luftwaffe, and by June 1940 it boasted some of the world's greatest fighter pilots. With tactics honed to perfection, these battle-seasoned veterans dominated the skies of Europe.

Signed by up to 20 veterans: Stabsgefreiter HUBERT-LUDWIG PFAULM, Feldwebel HEINZ RADLAUER, Leutnant HELMUT BALLEWSKI, Feldwebel ERNST GIEFING, Oberstleutnant NORBERT, Unteroffizier GERHARD KOTT, Major ERICH RUDORFFER , Oberfeldwebel WILLI RESCHKE , Generalleutnant WALTER KRUPINSKI, Oberleutnant WALTER WOLFRUM, Oberleutnant WALTER SCHUCK Feldwebel OSCAR BÖSCH, Oberstleutnant HEINZ MARQUARDT
Major HANS-EKKEHARD BOB Generalleutnant ADOLF GALLAND, Oberstleutnant ERNST-WILHELM REINERT, Generalmajor JOSEF HAIBÖCK, Hauptmann HUGO DAHMER , Oberst JOHANNES NAUMANN , Oberstleutnant HELMUT BENNEMANN

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The Road to the Rhine by Robert Taylor

The Road to the Rhine by Robert Taylor
C-47 Dakotas
On Sunday 17 September 1944, the first day of Operation Market Garden, C-47 Dakotas of the 439th Troop Carrier Group dropped thousands of paratroopers from the 82nd and 101st Airborne Divisions into Holland, a hundred and fifty miles behind enemy lines. This daring operation, the largest airborne assault of World War II, aimed to capture and secure vital bridges in the Allies' push towards the Rhine.

Siged by Robert Taylor and up to 21 veterans of 'Easy' Company, 506th P.I.R and 506th P.I.R, 101st Airborne



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The Royce Raid by Richard Taylor

The Royce Raid by Richard Taylor
B-25C Mitchell
Richard Taylor’s new painting shows one of Royce’s 5th Air Force B-25C Mitchells taking off from the Del Monte on the island of Mindanao on Sunday 12th April 1942, en-route to hit the harbour and shipping targets at Cebu. In the three days of Royce’s raids, the Mitchells flew over twenty sorties, sinking and seriously damaging three Japanese transport ships, and shooting down three enemy fighters. In a triumph of surprise aerial strikes, all seven B-25s and their crews returned safely to base.

Signed by Vernon Main,one of only two surviving veterans of the Royce mission.



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The Sleeping Giant Awakes by Richard Taylor

The Sleeping Giant Awakes by Richard Taylor
F4F - 3A Wildcats - Pearl Harbor

On Sunday December 7, 1941 the free world had been stunned into disbelief by the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. The devastating assault on the headquarters of the US Pacific Fleet had left over two thousand American servicemen dead, most of her battleships destroyed or damaged, and the remains of nearly 200 American aircraft lay in tatters. America reeled from the shock and sheer incredulity

Signed by 3 Veterans

Issued with companion Print 'Day of the Rising Sun'




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They Landed by Moonlight by Robert Taylor

They Landed by Moonlight by Robert Taylor
Aircraft Westland Lysander
Military aviation art by Robert Taylor
The most suited aircraft to these World War II clandestine operations of the RAF's Special Duties Squadrons, was the rugged Westland Lysander. Signed by Captain Murray Anderson, Air Chief Marshal Sir Lewis Hodges, Wing Commander Len Ratcliff , Group Captain Hugh Verity, Lieutenant Francis Cammaerts.



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This Sceptred Isle by Robert Taylor

This Sceptred Isle by Robert Taylor
Aircraft - Spitfire - Battle of Britain

This royal throne of kings, this sceptred isle...this happy breed of men, this little world, this precious stone set in the silver sea, which serves it in the office of a wall or as a moat defensive to a house, against the envy of less happier lands…this blessed plot, this earth, this realm, this England.

William Shakespeare 'King Richard II’

For nearly a thousand years the white cliffs of southern England had taunted many a foreign army. These fortress walls of chalk, however, were defended by the moat-like waters of the Channel and together they had shielded the British from her enemies. Alongside Drake they had defied the armies of Spain and her great Armada and, in 1805, had halted the march of Napoleon’s Grande Armée. No enemy force since that of William the Conqueror in 1066 had successfully managed to cross the Channel in anger but, in May 1940, one of the most powerful armies the world had ever seen arrived at Calais. An invasion by Hitler’s all-conquering Wehrmacht was imminent - or so it seemed.

This edition carries the signatures of up to 15 veterans who fought during the Battle of Britain, including John Freeborn ( Veterans Edition, Remarque Editions, Tribute Edition) who is featured in the piece. It is a poignant reminder that a number of these iconic men have sadly passed away since signing, giving enthusiasts the opportunity to add a piece of great historic significance to their collections.

Wg Cdr TIM ELKINGTON, Flt Lt TERRY CLARK DFM , Flt Lt ARCHIE McINNES, Flt Lt WILLIAM ‘BOB’ HUGHES DFC AFC , C.A.F. JOE RODDIS, Gp Capt TOM DALTON-MORGAN DSO DFC* OBE , Wg Cdr JOHN FREEBORN DFC* , Sqn Ldr KEN ‘HAWKEYE’ LEE DFC , Wg Cdr WILFRED ‘WILF’ SIZER DFC* , Sqn Ldr MICHAEL WAINWRIGHT AFC , Plt Off NORMAN BROWN, Wg Cdr TOM NEIL DFC* AFC, Wg Cdr CHRISTOPHER CURRANT DSO DFC CdeG, Matted signatures: Wg Cdr GEOFFREY PAGE DSO DFC OBE, Gp Capt PETER TOWNSEND CVO DSO DFC



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The third in Robert Taylor's NEW series of Limited Edition pencil drawings

The new Limited Edition from Robert Taylor, whose evocative pencil drawing commemorates Churchill’s famous ‘FEW’, the valiant young pilots of RAF Fighter Command who flew and fought in the Battle of Britain.

Signed by Fifty Battle of Britain pilots - see large image and description for details


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Threatening Skies by Richard Taylor

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B29, Nagajima Ki44s
As dawn breaks over the Pacific, a determined force of Japanese Ki-44's launch a surprise attack on a large formation of USAAF B-29 Superfortresses as they approach the Japanese mainland. B-29 gunners let rip as one fighter flashes past, with a second fighter closing at high speed.

All editions signed by Lieutenant Colonel RALPH NUTTER, Colonel JAMES PATTILLO, Captain BEN ROBERTSON and supplied with free companion print



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Three Good Bounces by Robert Taylor

Three Good Bounces by Robert Taylor
Dambusters - 617 Squadron - Lancaster

Robert Taylor’s outstanding new painting depicts the moment as ‘Dinghy’ Young powers Lancaster AJ-A over the wall of the Möhne Dam, moments after releasing his bouncing bomb. Commanding Officer Guy Gibson, flying high with lights on to draw enemy flak, noted “three good bounces” of the bomb before it successfully detonated against the dam wall to trigger its collapse. David Maltby in AJ-J will shortly deliver the final, decisive blow.

Signed by up to 7 veterans and the daughter of Barnes Wallis who inspired her father to develope the Bouncing Bomb : Squadron Leader GEORGE ‘JOHNNY’ JOHNSON DFM RAF, Corporal MAUREEN STEVENS WAAF, Dr MARY STOPES-ROE, Squadron Leader LES MUNRO DSO DFC RNZAF, Flight Sergeant GRANT McDONALD RCAF, Sergeant FRED ‘DOC’ SUTHERLAND RCAF, Flying Officer RAY GRAYSTON RAF, Corporal KEN LUCAS RAF


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Thunder in the Ardennes by Anthony Saunders

Thunder in the Ardennes by Anthony Saunders
A MAGNIFICENT NEW LIMITED EDITION COMMEMORATING THE BATTLE OF THE BULGE

P-47 Thunderbolts of the 509th Fighter Squadron, 405th Fighter Group, pass low over paratroopers of the 82nd Airborne Division advancing through heavy snow during the Battle of the Bulge, January 1945. Major Robert ‘Blackie’ Blackburn, in his distinctive aircraft 'Chow Hound', leads his unit as they head out on a morning low-level bombing mission.

Signed by the artist and up to 8 veterans


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Thunder in the East by Richard Taylor

Thunder in the East by Richard Taylor
Burma 1944 - RAF P-47

The fighter pilots of the RAF had become masters of the sky over Burma and after weeks of bitter fighting air superiority was complete. The Japanese invasion had run out of steam and slowly, but inexorably, the Allies drove them back, fighting through the rains and floods in arduous conditions, strafing supply dumps and airfields, and divebombing enemy concentrations in unequalled precision strikes.

Signed by 3 Veterans, Flight Lieutenant FREDDIE BALL MC RAFVR, Flight Lieutenant RAY JACKSON MC, LAC1 BEN EVANS RAF



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Thunderbolt Strike by Robert Taylor

Thunderbolt Strike by Robert Taylor
Aircraft P-47 Thunderbolt
P-47 ‘Razorback’ Thunderbolts of the US Ninth Air Force make their escape following an attack on installations near the port of Le Havre, Northern France, 1944

Signed by three US Aces: General Paul Douglas, General James Hill, Colonel Joe Matte



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Thunderheads Over Ridgewell by Robert Taylor

Thunderheads Over Ridgewell by Robert Taylor
B17
In the early days of the USAAF daylight bombing campaign, before the arrival of long-range fighter escorts, rarely was a mission flown without Luftwaffe interception, and the ever-present barrage of anti-aircraft fire. The Eighth Air Force crews literally fought their way through swarms of enemy fighters and thick flak to hit their targets, then fought their way home again. Seldom a formation returned without losses and casualties, but inexorably the American bomb groups struck deeper and deeper into enemy territory.

Signed by Captain TURNER G. BRASHER, Major EDWARD A. KLEIN, First Lieutenant VINCENT J. PETERS



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Titanic - The Last Farewell by Robert Taylor

Titanic - The Last Farewell by Robert Taylor


The bands played, the streamers flew and the crowds cheered; their loud 'hurrahs' filling the air as the world's largest liner slipped gently away from the White Star berth at Southampton. The fateful maiden voyage to New York had begun

Centenery, Tribute and Tribute Remarque editions personally autographed by Titanic Survivor Millvina Dean in 2009 with her agreement that they be released for the 100th anniversary

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To Hell and Back by Anthony Saunders

To Hell and Back by Anthony Saunders
B24

ANNOUNCING AN OUTSTANDING NEW EDITION COMMEMORATING THE 70th ANNIVERSARY OF THE HISTORIC BOMBING RAID ON THE PLOESTI OILFIELDS, 1 AUGUST 1943

Flying at low-level over the Astra Romana oil refinery, Lt James Merrick of the 98th Bomb Group powers his B-24 ‘Lil De-icer’ through the pall of burning debris as time-delayed bombs, dropped in error by a previous Group, explode beneath them. With any hope of surprise now lost, and taking heavy losses in the process, the crews of the 98th bravely hold their bombers on course.

Signed by 3 veterans: Captain CHARLES D. CAVIT, Captain ANDREW W. OPSATA, Technical Sergeant RICHARD E. TUTTLE


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Tropical Duties by Richard Taylor

Tropical Duties by Richard Taylor
Sunderland Flying Boat

On Wednesday 22 June 1938 a new sound was heard over the humid streets of Singapore as four Bristol Pegasus radial engines heralded the arrival of the RAF’s newest flying-boat. For the men of 230 Squadron gathering on the slipway at Seletar, the approaching aircraft looked formidable and even from a distance.

Signed by THREE of the last surviving veterans who actually flew and fought against the Japanese in Sunderlands with 230 Squadron: Flight Lieutenant WILLIAM HALLISEY RAFVR, Flight Lieutenant GRAHAM STEVENS RAF , Flight Lieutenant WILLIAM ‘EDDIE’ BARDGETT RAF


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Twilight Thunder by Stuart Brown (SM)

Twilight Thunder by Stuart Brown (SM)
Lancaster

On November 3rd 1943, 21 year old Flt/Lt Reid's Lancaster was hit during two seperate attacks by enemy fighters. His navigator was killed and the wireless operator fatally wounded. Bill Reid was also seriously injured with wounds to his head, shoulders and hands. Despite severe damage to the aircraft and with no oxygen, heating or communication systems, Flt/Lt Reid pressed on and successfully bombed the target some fifty minutes later.

Signed and numbered by the artist Stuart Brown and by Flt/Lt Bill Reid VC, and Pathfinder Group Captain T G 'Hamish' Mahaddie DSO, DFC, AFC*, CzMc



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Typhoons at Falaise by Nicolas Trudgian (SM)

Typhoons at Falaise by Nicolas Trudgian (SM)
Aircraft Hawker Typhoon
Military aviation art by Nicholas Trudgian
An armoured Division, seeking the protection of a high banked country lane and farm buildings, is jammed nose-to-tail as Typhoons of 198 Squadron, Royal Air Force, deliver their deadly rocket and cannon fire.

Signed by Flight Lieutenant Roy Cane, Flight Lieutenant John Golley, Flight Lieutenant Ron Grant, Flight Lieutenant Derek Lovell, Squadron Leader H G ‘Pat’ Pattison

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Typhoons Outward Bound

Typhoons Outward Bound
Typhoon
In the months following D-Day, Hawker’s hard-hitting, snub-nosed Typhoon struck terror into the German formations in Normandy, crack Panzer units wilted under the constant hail of rockets and bombs. Several times a day the Typhoon pilots would cross the Channel to run the gauntlet of flak and ground fire, and deliver their lethal cargo.

Signed by up to 4 veterans Wing Commander J.F.D. ‘TIM’ ELKINGTON, Warrant Officer JOHN ‘ABE’ LINCOLN, Pilot Officer ‘RUSTY’ TOWNSEND, Flying Officer JOHN BYRNE



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Typhoon Scramble by Richard Taylor

Typhoon Scramble by Richard Taylor
Typhoon
Led by SquadronCommander Roland Bee Beamont, Typhoons of 609 Squadron are dramatically illustrated as they scramble from their base at Manston in April 1943, the brute force and raw aggression of this tough warbird leaving nothing to the imagination. A collector’s piece for the future, of this there’s no doubt. Signed by Flight Lieutenant Sir ALEC ATKINSON, Flight Lieutenant GEOFFREY STEVENS, Flying Officer ALLEN BILLAM



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Undaunted By Odds by Robert Taylor

Undaunted By Odds by Robert Taylor
Hurricane - Battle of Britain
ROBERT TAYLOR'S OUTSTANDING NEW TRIBUTE TO THE IMMORTAL HAWKER HURRICANE
On 6 November 1935, a prototype aircraft took to the air for the very first time. As Sydney Camm's sturdy, single-engined monoplane fighter climbed into the shy, few realised that it was destined to become one of the enduring symbols of the greatest air battle ever fought. Its name was the Hawker Hurricane.

Signed by up to 16 veterans: The Tribute Edition is alos supplied with a companion print - Deadly Encounter



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Valiant Response by Robert Taylor

Valiant Response by Robert Taylor
ANNOUNCING THE THIRD AND FINAL RELEASE IN ROBERT TAYLOR'S TRILOGY TO COMMEMORATE THE 70th ANNIVERSARY OF THE BATTLE OF BRITAIN

THE HARDEST DAYS – PART THREE

The Spitfires of 54 Squadron, quickly scrambled from nearby Hornchurch, clash with the Me109s from 1./JG51 over Kent. Below, Me110s from KPRG210 are about to receive unwelcome attention as the rest of the Spitfires hurtle down upon them and in the distance, a group of Hurricanes rip through a dense formation of Do17s from KG76 as they struggle back to France.

Signed by up to 12 Battle of Britain veterans: Flight Lieutenant RICHARD C. JONES, Squadron Leader DOUG NICHOLLS DFC, Flying Officer KEN WILKINSON, Flight Lieutenant BENJAMIN BENT DFC, Group Captain BYRON DUCKENFIELD AFC,, Flight Lieutenant WILLIAM J. CORBIN DFC, Wing Commander JOHN ‘TIM’ ELKINGTON, Flight Lieutenant TREVOR GRAY, Squadron Leader KEITH LAWRENCE DFC, Flight Lieutenant ROBIN LUCAS, Oberleutnant GÜNTHER SEEGER, General JOHANNES STEINHOFF



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Unscheduled Arrival by Richard Taylor

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Aircraft - Spitfire

ANNOUNCING AN OUTSTANDING NEW TRIBUTE TO THE MEN OF THE BATTLE OF BRITAIN

September 1940, and Mk1 Spitfires from 19 Sqn have been ordered south to engage heavily escorted Luftwaffe bomber formations heading for the Thames Estuary and London. Following intense fighting the Spitfires’ ammunition is expended, and low on fuel the squadron makes a hurried landing at a forward airfield to replenish empty tanks and re-arm. Within minutes they will be airborne again.

Signed by up to 10 heroes - Squadron Leader TONY IVESON DFC , Wing Commander TERENCE KANE, Wing Commander TOM NEIL DFC* AFC, Wing Commander ‘TIM’ ELKINGTON, Flight Lieutenant 'BOB' HUGHES DFC AE, Squadron Leader NIGEL ROSE, SqnGroup Captain BILLY DRAKE DSO DFC*, Wing Commander VIVIAN SNELL, Flight Lieutenant RICHARD JONES, Squadron Leader JOCELYN MILLARD

NB. The remarque editions are matted and will attract a shipping charge for orders outside the UK mainland - please contact us for further information



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Valor in the Pacific by Robert Taylor

Valor in the Pacific by Robert Taylor
Aircraft B-29 Superfortress
Military aviation art by Robert Taylor
B-29's of the 499th Bomb Group, 73rd Wing of the 20th Air Force after a daylight raid on Tokyo. Signed by Colonel Ray Brashear, Brigadier General Henry Huglin, Lieutenant Chester Marshall, Colonel Bob Morgan. Companion print signed by Master Sergeant Red Erwin and Lt. Colonel Jay Zeamer.




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Victory's Finest Moment By Richard Grenville

Victory's Finest Moment By Richard Grenville

H.M.S. Victory breaks through the combined fleet of the Spanish and French at the battle of Trafalgar 21st of October 1805

All edition signed and numbered by the artist



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Victory Flyover by Robert Taylot

Victory Flyover by Robert Taylot
GICLÉE PROOF ON CANVAS

On Sunday 2 September 1945 the formal surrender document to conclude WWII was signed aboard the USS Missouri in Tokyo Bay. At 09.25 hrs with General Douglas MacArthur, Fleet Admiral Chester Nimitz and Admirals Halsey and Sherman presiding, the Instrument of Surrender was completed

Carefully crafted onto fine canvas, each of these crafted Giclée Proofs are fully authorized and signed by Robert Taylor, hand-numbered and issued with a Certificate of Authenticity. Once ordered the canvas is passed to Robert Taylor to authenicate by signing - lead time approximately 2-3 weeks.

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Victory over Dunkirk by Robert Taylor SM

Victory over Dunkirk by Robert Taylor SM
Military aviation art by Robert Taylor
Aircraft - Spitfire
Fearless and effective in battle, no matter what the odds, Stanford-Tuck achieved a magnificent 29 aerial victories by 1942 when he was shot down by groundfire over Northern France. Here Bob Stanford-Tuck brings down an enemy aircraft over the port of Dunkirk early in 1940.

Signed by Wing Commander Bob Stanford Tuck DSO DFC** (deceased).


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Viper Venom by Robert Taylor

Viper Venom by Robert Taylor
Aircraft F-16
Military aviation art by Robert Taylor
Robert Taylor's powerful painting shows F-16s from the 31st (nearest) and 52nd Expeditionary Wings, as they climb out of Aviano air base in northern Italy. Signed by Lt. Colonel Mike ‘Boe’ Boera, Lt. Colonel Dave ‘Fingers’ L Goldfein




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Vital Force by Richard Taylor

Vital Force by Richard Taylor
Hurricane
Richard Taylor’s poignant new painting captures eloquently the urgency of a scramble an everyday occurrence during those frantic days in the summer of 1940. Battle of Britain ace Flight Lieutenant Ian Gleed leads a detachment of Hurricane Mk1s from 87 Squadron as they climb out of their Exeter airfield during the peak of the battle in the high summer of 1940.

Signed by up to 6 Battle of Britain pilots Flight Lieutenant PETER HAIRS MD, Flight Lieutenant BILL GREEN, Group Captain BYRON DUCKENFIELD AFC, Wing Commander BOB DOE DSO DFC*, Wing Commander JOHN TIM ELKINGTON, Wing Commander TONY PICKERING



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Vital Support by Robert Taylor

Vital Support by Robert Taylor
Mosquito
THE GRAPHITE PORTFOLIO - The second in Robert Taylor's NEW series of Limited Edition pencil drawings

Crucial to every squadron in the RAF were the unsung heroes of World War II - the ground crew. Without the vital support of these dedicated men who refuelled the aircraft, rearmed them, maintained them and kept them flying, the pilots and aircrew would, quite simply, never have got into the air.

Signed by Flight Lieutenant RAY HARRINGTON , Wing Commander BRANSE BURBRIDGE DSO* DFC*, Wing Commander ERIC BARWELL, Flight Lieutenant KEN TEMPEST, Warrant Officer BERT WINWOOD , Squadron Leader TOMMY BROOM DFC, Flight Lieutenant AUBREY 'HILLI' HILLIARD , Flight Lieutenant GEOFFREY PERKS, Flying Officer MAURICE, WEBB DFM , Flying Officer JACK YOUENS

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Vital Support De Havilland Prototype Edition by Robert Taylor SM

Vital Support De Havilland Prototype Edition by Robert Taylor  SM
Mosquito
THE GRAPHITE PORTFOLIO - The second in Robert Taylor's NEW series of Limited Edition pencil drawings

Crucial to every squadron in the RAF were the unsung heroes of World War II - the ground crew. Without the vital support of these dedicated men who refuelled the aircraft, rearmed them, maintained them and kept them flying, the pilots and aircrew would, quite simply, never have got into the air.

Signed by Flight Lieutenant RAY HARRINGTON , Wing Commander BRANSE BURBRIDGE DSO* DFC*, Wing Commander ERIC BARWELL, Flight Lieutenant KEN TEMPEST, Warrant Officer BERT WINWOOD , Squadron Leader TOMMY BROOM DFC, Flight Lieutenant AUBREY 'HILLI' HILLIARD , Flight Lieutenant GEOFFREY PERKS, Flying Officer MAURICE, WEBB DFM , Flying Officer JACK YOUENS

THE De HAVILLAND PROTOTYPE EDITION also signed by Group Captain JOHN CUNNINGHAM CBE DSO** DFC* AE DL FRAeS, Group Captain LEONARD CHESHIRE VC OM DSO** DFC*

Supplied Mounted to include the above signatures and an ORIGINAL fragment of Madapolam fabric that belonged to the de Havilland 98 Mosquito Prototype W4050

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We All Stand Together by Robert Taylor

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Hurricane - Spitfire

Having been in progress for the past 15 years the we are proud to issue this unprecedented edition to commemorate the 75th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain, creating a lasting tribute to the heroic young men of RAF Fighter Command who fought during the summer of 1940.

Spitfires of 616 Squadron scramble from RAF Kenley during the heavy fighting of the Battle of Britain, late August 1940. Below them a Hurricane of 253 Squadron, sharing the same base, is being prepared for its next vital mission at a distant dispersal.

Signed by up to 40 heroes

Editions will start to become available from week commencing 16/03/15 - VERY LIMITED EDITION PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW!



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Wings of Glory by Robert Taylor

Wings of Glory by Robert Taylor
Aircraft Spitfire
Military aviation art by Robert Taylor
Robert Taylor's spellbinding painting pays tribute to Mitchell's immortal fighter, featuring the Mk XIX Spitfire of the RAF's Battle of Britain Memorial Flight.

Signed by Squadron Leader Neville Duke, Wing Commander John Freeborn, Chief Test Pilot Alex Henshaw, Squadron Leader Basil Stapleton .

Issued with a superb companion print ‘Spitfire Sortie’ (16½ inches x 13½ inches) initialled by the artist


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Wings of War by Anthony Saunders

Wings of War by Anthony Saunders
Aircraft - Lancaster

THE LIMITED EDITION BOOK AND PRINT PORTFOLIO
Each portfolio includes an artist signed, numbered copy of the book Wings of War presented in a special slipcase and a matching-numbered, signed copy of the Limited Edition print King of the Air.

The Avro Lancaster was undoubtedly the RAF’s greatest heavy bomber of World War II and only a handful of survived to complete more than 100 operations. Lancaster JB663 King of the Air of 106 Sqn was one of those, symbolically chosen by Anthony Saunders as the subject for his stunning piece to accompany his first book.

With prints signed by two of the most highly-distinguished veterans ever to serve on Lancasters, including George 'Johnny Johnson' who also wrote the foreword for the book

Signed by up to 10 veterans: Sqn Ldr GEORGE ‘JOHNNY’ JOHNSON DFM, Flt Sgt STAN BRADFORD DFM, Flt Lt TOM PAYNE, W.O. ROY BRIGGS, Flt Lt ALAN PAYNE DFC , W.O. KEN JOHNSON, Sqn Ldr ‘MAC’ HAMILTON DFC*, Wg Cdr ERNEST RODLEY DSO DFC* AFC AE, MRAF Sir MICHAEL BEETHAM GCB CBE DFC AFC FRAes , Sqn Ldr PAT CARDEN DFC AE (matted)


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Winter Combat by Nicolas Trudgian

Winter Combat by Nicolas Trudgian
Aircraft Fw190, Petlyakov Pe-2
Military aviation art by Nicholas Trudgian
Trauloft's Fw190 bringing down a Russian Petlyakov Pe-2 on the Eastern Front in 1943.

Signed by Generalleutnant Hannes Trauloft

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Winter Combat by Richard Taylor

Winter Combat by Richard Taylor
Hurricane

The Hurricane was the RAF’s first fighter capable of flying at over 300mph and proved to be one of the most rugged fighters in the history of combat aviation. Hurricanes fought with distinction in the Battle of France and, during the Battle of Britain, shot down more enemy aircraft than its famous counterpart, the Spitfire

All editions of Winter Combat are signed by 3 highly respected World War II veterans: Flight Lieutenant Sir PAUL HOLDEN, Flight Lieutenant STANISLAW NAWARSKI DFC KM, Flight Lieutenant KURT TAUSSIG


This print can be ordered seperately or as a pair with Winter Combat Masterworks Pencil Drawing (see below) - matching number will be supplied whilst available

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Winter Combat - The Masterworkds Pencil Editionby Richard Taylor

Winter Combat  - The  Masterworkds Pencil Editionby Richard Taylor
Hurricane

The Battle of Britain may be over but the first snows of winter hint at the bitter fighting that still lies ahead as Squadron Leader Ian Gleed and the Mk.I Hurricanes of 87 Squadron head home to RAF Exeter

All editions of Winter Combat Masterworks Pencil Edition are signed by 2 famous Hurricane fighter pilots: Warrant Officer ERIC CARTER, Squadron Leader OWEN PARRY DFC AE


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Winter Homecoming by Robert Taylor - Canvas Edition

Winter Homecoming by Robert Taylor - Canvas Edition
Lancaster
A new dawn reveals the straggler’s long awaited return as the damaged Lancaster struggles to keep airborne on the final leg of its long journey home

Robert Taylor’s moving tribute is surely one of the most beautiful aviation landscapes in existence. It is therefore a fitting tribute to the memories of the men of Bomber Command that this magnificent painting, never before published in full size, is the very latest Robert Taylor Masterwork to be enhanced by the new GICLÉE STUDIO PROOF ON CANVAS

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B 17 Flying Fortress

Robert Taylor’s magical English winter landscape welcomes another American Fortress crew home to safety.

Now, thanks to the amazing high definition Giclée process, this enduring and much loved image has been carefully brought to life again with the release of these Studio Proofs. The delicate touches and complex hues of Robert Taylor’s painting are reproduced with unparalleled sophistication and accuracy, revealing a tangible reality that was previously almost impossible to capture.

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Welcoming Respite Battle of Britain Book and Print set by Robert Taylor

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The outstanding new 128-page case-bound book is printed on heavy weight art paper and contains over 150 images, including Roberts most famous Battle of Britain paintings, reproduced in full colour perfectly illustrating the events of this crucial period of Military History.

Issued with companion print Welcoming Respite

Signed by up to 14 signatories Flight Lieutenant TREVOR GRAY, Flight Lieutenant RICHARD JONES, Squadron Leader KEN WILKINSON, Squadron Leader PERCIVAL BEAKE DFC, Squadron Leader PETER BROWN AFC, Flight Lieutenant ‘JIMMY’ CORBIN DFC, Wing Commander TERENCE KANE, Squadron Leader NIGEL ROSE, Squadron Leader MICHAEL WAINWRIGHT, Dame VERA LYNN, Flight Lieutenant TERRY CLARK DFM AE, Squadron Leader JOE CHAMBERLAIN, Group Captain JOHN ‘CATS EYES’ CUNNINGHAM CBE DSO** DFC* AE FRAeS, Group Captain FRANK CAREY CBE DFC** AFC DFM

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Wounded Warrior by Richard Taylor

Wounded Warrior by Richard Taylor
B17G Silver Meteor, P51

With their bomb load dropped the crew headed for home, but the battle-scarred Fortress had been hit more than once, leaving the inner port engine shot out and Silver Meteor had steadily dropped behind the fast-disappearing bomber stream. Things were not looking good for Harry and his crew as the Luftwaffe fighters circled like sharks, closing in for an easy kill.

Signed by up to 7 veterans: First Lieutenant HARRY SEIP, Colonel CLARENCE ‘BUD’ ANDERSON, Captain JIM BROOKS, Lieutenant Colonel CLYDE B. EAST, Colonel ART FIEDLER, Captain CLINTIN DeWITT BURDICK, Colonel STEVE PISANOS




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