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ROBERT TAYLOR SECONDARY MARKET GALLERY

ROBERT TAYLOR SECONDARY MARKET GALLERY
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Ace of Aces by Robert Taylor

Ace of Aces by Robert Taylor
Aircraft Me109
Military aviation art by Robert Taylor
Colonel Erich Hartmann, the world's top scoring Ace with 352 victories, leads his squadron of Me109 G's as they roll into attack high over the Russian front.

Signed by Eric Hartmann



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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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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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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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Gathering Storm by Robert Taylor SM

Gathering Storm by Robert Taylor SM
Aircraft FW190
Military aviation art by Robert Taylor
Robert Taylor highlights the elegant lethality that exuded from the Focke-Wulf 190 fighters, as a group of A-3 and A-4s climb out over Theville to intercept B-17 Fortresses en route to bomb submarine pens at Lorient. Signed by Lieutenant Hugo Broch , Major Heinz Lange, Major Fritz Losigkei, Captain Gunther Schack.


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Home Run by Robert Taylor

Home Run by Robert Taylor

Aircraft P-51 Mustang
Military Aviation Art by Robert Taylor
When the P-51 Mustangs first appeared over Berlin, Reichsmarschall Herman Goering announced that he knew then that the war was lost. The P-51's proved themselves to be the best all-round fighter of the Second World War, and their presence in the skies above the German Capital signified to the Luftwaffe High Command the death knell of the Third Reich. Signed by Colonel Don Blakeslee, Major 'Kit' Carson, Colonel James Goodson, Brigadier General Robin Olds


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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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Hurricane Force by Robert Taylor SM

Hurricane Force by Robert Taylor SM

The Second Commemorative Edition in ‘The Battle of Britain Trilogy’
Aircraft Hurricane, Me109, Heinkel 111
Sunday 15th September 1940: a date that will live forever in Military History. The day the Luftwaffe made it’s final, massive effort to defeat the RAF. Signed by Air Commodore Pete Brothers CBE DSO DFC*, Group Captain Frank Carey CBE DFC** AFC DFM, Wing Commander Geoffrey Page, Group Captain Peter Townsend CVO DSO DFC*

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Hurricane Scramble by Robert Taylor SM

Hurricane Scramble by Robert Taylor SM
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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JG-52 Tribute (SM)

JG-52 Tribute (SM)


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 10 highly decorated veterans: Gunther Rall, Generalmajor DIETRICH HRABAK , Oberst HERBERT IHLEFELD, Oberleutnant WALTER WOLFRUM, Generalleutnant WALTER KRUPINSKI , Oberstleutnant ERNST-WILHELM REINERT, Oberst ERICH HARTMANN, Generalleutnant ADOLF GALLAND, Oberst HAJO HERRMANN, Hauptmann ALFRED GRISLAWSKI

Due to the size and weight of this item, orders from outside the UK mainland will incur shipping costs - please enquire for more details



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The Tribute Edition with 10 signatures





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Knight's Cross by Robert Taylor SM

Knight's Cross by Robert Taylor SM
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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Moral Support by Robert Taylor SM

Moral Support by Robert Taylor SM
Aircraft Hurricane
Military aviation art by Robert Taylor
Robert Taylor captures a typical Battle of Britain scene in which Group Captain Townsend, CO of 85 Squadron, gives guidance and moral support to F/O Marshall, who having collided with, and destroyed an He111 is struggling to get his badly damaged Hurricane back to Debden.



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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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The Channel Dash by Robert Taylor

The Channel Dash by Robert Taylor

Depicting one of the major events of the second world war, this extraordinary ‘Robert Taylor’ is one of his rarest and most collectable.
A superbly powerful print showing the German Battlecruisers Scharnhorst and Gneisenau with Prinz Eugen as they head through the English Channel , protected by Me109s of JG-2, 12 February 1942.
Signed by the artist Robert Taylor and FIVE holders of the Knight's Cross: Adolf Galland, Gerhard Schopfel, Friedrich-Karl Paul, Adolf Glunz, Gerd-Dietrich Schneider

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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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