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Holding the Line
by Richard Taylor


Holding the Line

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.

A three signature print, conservation mounted to include the original signature of Michael Wittmann.

Overall size: 24" x 36½" - $1875

(one copy available)

 
 

Yeager's Conquest

Yeager's Conquest
by Roy Grinnell

Chuck Yeager's historic sound barrier flight - Oct. 14th. 1947.

The print is conservation mounted to include the signatures of Chuck Yeager and Bob Hoover plus original USAF pilot's wings

Overall size: 18" x 21". - SOLD


 
 



Gerhard Barkhorn
signature ensemble

Gerhard Barkhorn


The original wartime autograph of Gerhard Barkhorn together with an original WWII tunic worn Luftwaffe officer's breast eagle.

Conservation mount. - $845

(one copy available)

 
 

Eagles of the West

Eagles of the West
by Robert Taylor

The Luftwaffe’s leading Battle of Britain Ace - Helmut Wick leads a group of Bf109s back to their base in Normandy following a sweep over the English Channel and Normandy coast during the closing stages of the battle.

A three signature limited edition print, conservation mounted to include the original signatures of JG-2 (Richthofen) veterans
Siegfried Lemke, Ernst Giefing, Hugo Dahmer and Helmut Wick.

Overall size: 23" x 28". - SOLD


 
 




Enemy Coast Ahead

by Anthony Saunders

Enemy Coast Ahead


The Dams Raid of April 1943. Having traversed the North Sea at wave-top height, Wing Commander Guy Gibson leads Flight Lieutenants Mick Martin and ‘Hoppy’ Hopgood across the Dutch coast en-route to the Möhne Dam.

Artist signed. - $150

 

 
 

Air Armada

Air Armada
by Robert Taylor

Sunday 18 August 1940. The pilots of 1./JG51 (Mölders) climb away from their airfield near Calais to escort the Do17s of KG76 for yet another deadly attack on the RAF.

A five signature Anniversary edition print, conservation mounted to include the original signatures of Heinz Lange, Adolf Galland,
Werner Mölders and Reichsmarschall Hermann Göring.

Overall size: 28" x 35". SOLD

 
 




Dawn of Liberation

by Richard Taylor

Dawn of Liberation


Paratroopers of the 101st Airborne Division, the famous ‘Band of Brothers’, descend into a bitter firefight in the early hours of D-Day

Remarqued print, conservation mounted with five Easy Company signatures. - $695.

 

 
 
Checkertails

Checkertails
- Outbound Escort -
by Robert Taylor

Led by their CO, Major ‘Herky’ Green and his wingman First Lieutenant ‘Art’ Fiedler, P-51D Mustangs of the 317th Fighter Squadron, 325th Fighter Group – The Checkertails -climb over the Alps en-route to support heavy bombers of the U.S. 15th Air Force 1944.

Matted with the signatures of both Aces depicted - $695.


 
 




Guiding the Straggler Home

by Richard Taylor

Guiding the Straggler Home


A badly damaged Lancaster from 576 Squadron escorted by a flight of 504 Sqdn.Spitfires.

Conservation mounted.
Includes 15 RAF veteran signatures.

SOLD OUT

 
 
Battle for the Solomons

Battle for the Solomons
by John D. Shaw

As their Carrier USS Bunker Hill powers into the face of the enemy, US Navy Hellcats of VF-9 and Corsairs of VF-17 “Jolly Rogers”, launch a blistering response to a huge Japanese air assault on the US Carrier Group, during the Allied campaign against Rabaul, 11th November 1943.

Signed by two Pacific thatre Aces - $295.

(Available with additional signatures)

 
 




Heading for the Front

by Richard Taylor

Heading for the Front


As poppies bloom amidst the shattered ruins of Ypres, units of British cavalry advance towards an area of heavy fighting during the Second Battle of Ypres, spring 1915.

Signed by the artist - $105

 

 
 
Perfect Timing - by Richard Taylor

Perfect Timing
by Richard Taylor

Guy Gibson and Mick Martin draw flak to aid 'Dinghy' Young in his attack on the Möhne Dam.

The print is remarqued and conservation mouted to include the signatures of six Dams Raid veterans.


19 copies only - $775

 
 



Color Guard
by James Dietz

Color Guard

Created in January 1916, Jasta 5 were one of the earliest fighter units in the new Imperial German Air Force and over the following two years carved out a fearsome reputation;
by the end of the war its pilots had scored over 250 victories.

Signed by the artist - $95

Available matted with WWI pilot signature.

 
 

Wittmann's Heavies

Wittmann's Heavies
by Richard Taylor

Led by SS-Hauptsturmführer Michael Wittmann, a company of MkVI Tiger tanks from SS-Panzer-Abteilung 101 heads towards the small Normandy town of Villiers-Bocage, June 1944.

Conservation mouted with the signatures of Michael Wittmann and two Normandy Panzer veterans.


SOLD OUT

 
 



Clash Over Bramsche
by Richard Taylor
Clash Over Bramsche - by Richard Taylor

Skilfully thwarting the determined efforts of P-51 escort fighters, Major Walter Nowotny, flying his Me262 A-1A ‘White 8’, successfully attacks a B-24 Liberator from the USAAF 392nd Bomb Group high over the town of Bramsche, Lower Saxony,
7 October 1944.

Collectors edition with six Me262 pilot signatures - $245

 
 
The White Eagle

The White Eagle
by Nicolas Trudgian


Oberleutnant Gerhard Barkhorn leads the Me109Gs of 4./JG52 against Ilyushin Il-2 ground-attack aircraft ahead of a major Russian counter offensive in the Caucasus in January 1943.

Signed by Hugo Broch and conservation mounted to include the signatures of eight JG-52 Aces including the wartime signature of Gerhard Barkhorn. - $1195 -
SOLD

 
 



Fury of Attack
by Robert Taylor
Fury of Attack

Squadron Leader ‘Sailor’ Malan leads the charge as the Spitfires of 74 ‘Tiger’ Squadron rip through escorting Bf109s that are doing their best to defend a formation of Luftwaffe Ju88s heading for London.

Conservation mounted to include the original signature of
Sailor Malan. Thirty signatures in total.

SOLD OUT

 
 
Before the Storm

Before the Storm
by James Dietz


A tribute to the airmen of the AVG

Signed by the artist - $95

Available with AVG pilot signatures

 
 

The Big Guns

The Big Guns
by Nicolas Trudgian

The Me 109Gs of JG52, including those of the greatest aces of all time, Erich Hartmann and Gerhard Barkhorn, share the sky with the most highly decorated soldier of the Third Reich, Hans-Ulrich Rudel, in his tank-busting Ju 87G of St.G2.

Matted with the wartime signatures of Hartmann, Barkhorn and Rudel.

Also includes WWII Luftwaffe officer's hat badge.

One copy only - $1895
- SOLD

 
 



Breaching the Dams
by Richard Taylor
Breaching the Dams

Commemorating the 80th. anniversary of Operation Chastise.

Includes the original signatures of Barnes Wallis and Lancaster designer Roy Chadwick, plus two pilots who flew on the Dams raid.

Nineteen copies only - $1595



 
 
Never in the field of human conflict...

Never in the field of human conflict...
by Robert Taylor

A tribute to 'The Few'. Includes the original signatures of twenty Spitfire and Hurricane pilots who flew in the Battle of Britain, plus the extremely rare signature of Sir Winston Churchill.


Giclee on paper - 28¾" x 23" - SOLD OUT


 

 
 



Pre-Flight Briefing
by Richard Taylor
Pre-Flight Briefing

Mosquito crews as they go through one final briefing before take-off and setting out across the Channel to attack the assigned target for today.

Signed by two Mosquito aircrew.

Overall size: 15" x 18" - $70


 
 
Stormbirds Rising - Museum Presentation

Stormbirds Rising
by Robert Taylor

Me262s of III./JG7 as they climb to intercept a large formation of American bombers

A four signature Collector's edition, matted with the signatures of Walter Nowotny and Walter Krupinski.

Includes an original WWII Luftwaffe officer's breast eagle.

Overall size: 26½" x 34" - SOLD

 
 



Captain Eddie
by Richard Taylor
Captain Eddie

Eddie Rickenbacker alongside the Spad XIII fighters of his 94th ‘Hat-in-the-Ring’ Aero Squadron on the Western Front
in 1918.

Each print is remarqued and conservation matted to include the signature of Capt. Eddie Rickenbacker.

Overall size: 13¾" x 24½" - $2795
Edition size: 15 - SOLD OUT

 
 
Change to the Flight Plan

Change to the Flight Plan
by Robert Taylor

Depicting Hans-Ulrich Rudel prior to a tank-busting sortie on the Eastern Front.

Matted with the signatures of Hans-Ulrich Rudel and four additional Stuka pilots..

Overall size: 19½" x 25¼"- $1395
Edition size: 17 - SOLD OUT

 
 



Knight of the Reich
by Robert Taylor
Knight of the Reich

The pilots of JG52 in combat on the Eastern Front.

Signed by Günther Rall, matted with the wartime signatures of Erich Hartmann & Gerhard Barkhorn.

Also includes original Luftwaffe officer's cap eagle. $1595
(one copy available) - SOLD