Site Updated
18 May, 2017

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Hello and welcome to Vector Fine Art Prints. Here you will find a wide selection of Aviation Art prints by renowned artist's such as Frank Wootton, Robert Taylor, Nicolas Trudgian, Gil Cohen, John Shaw, Michael Turner and Ron Stark.

The choice of signed books is second to none and is so extensive that nowhere else can match it online.
We specialize in limited edition bookplates and take part in several book launches throughout the year.
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Due to popular demand we have extended our opening hours! You can now visit weekday evenings 6pm-8pm
Our stock is constantly changing and we have exclusive offers that are not on our website!
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We are pleased to announce that we will be exhibiting at Duxford on the Sat 27 May 2017 – Sun 28 May 2017
We will be exhibiting a wide selection of signed books and limited edition prints, framed and unframed also we will be bringing our signature boxes.
(Cash only for the signatures)

Exciting News!

Due to popular demand, and with over 27 years in the business, we are now introducing a SIGNATURE BUTTON, where you can purchase authentic single signatures of the veterans who are missing in your collection, these can be mounted in frames or in put into books.

Over the many years of collecting, the majority of these signatures have come off damaged prints, we have had the hindsight to put them in a box, and they will be supplied carefully cut to maximise the area around them.
The Vector provenance is all you need!!

Tigers in the Gorge by John Shaw

John Shaw

May, 1942 . . . Thousands of refugees fled down the tortuous Burma Road toward Kunming, China to escape the advancing armored forces of Imperial Japan. With the armies of china devastated, it was evident that nothing but the winding Salween River at the bottom of the treacherous gorge could slow the enemy's surge toward the capitol city. After destroying the bridge behind them, those fleeing watched helplessly as the Japanese hastily started to construct a makeshift pontoon bridge. It appeared that China would face certain surrender if the enemy made it across. Hopes of an easy victory quickly began to fade through, when suddenly through the gorge rang the echoes of snarling Allison engines, powering shark mouthed P-40s of the legendary American Volunteer Group, better known as the Flying Tigers! With 'Tex' Hill leading the charge, and with only a handful of men and planes, the AVG stopped the Japanese cold in the Salween River Gorge, and China would not fall.

The print is signed by Signed by 26 Flying Tigers with a combination of these distinguished signers:
1st Pursuit Squadron 
Charlie Bond, Vice Squadron Leader 
Al Kaelin, Admin. Clerk 
Joe Rosbert, Flight Leader 
Dick Rossi, Flight Leader

2nd Pursuit Squadron 
George Bailey, Crew Chief 
David 'Tex' Hill, Squadron Leader 
Robert 'Buster' Keeton, Flight Leader
Bob Layher, Flight Leader 
Charlie Mott, Flight Leader 
Peter Wright, Flight Leader

3rd Pursuit Squadron 
Frank A. Andersen, Crew Chief 
Charles Baisden, Armorer
Paul Clouthier, Operations 
Ken Jernstedt, Flight Leader 
Paul J. Greene, Flight Leader 
Frank Losonsky, Crew Chief 
Joe Poshefko, Armorer 
R.J. 'Catfish' Raine, Flight Leader 
Ed Stiles, Crew Chief

Group Headquarters Section 
Ed Fobes, Admin. Clerk 
'Red' Foster Petach, Nurse 
'Rich' Richardson, Communications

£595 + postage and packing

Retribution by Nicolas Trudgian

Nicolas Trudgian

On Tuesday 13th August 1940, a formation of Dornier Do17s of KG2, returning to France after bombing the aerodrome at RAF Eastchurch, was intercepted by Hurricanes of No.111 Squadron.
During the action, Sgt. William Dymond, portrayed here flying 'JU-Li', claimed the destruction of one of the Dorniers and damage to a second.
Sgt. Dymond DFM was killed in action over the Thames estuary on the 2nd September 1940.

I have a very small number of Retribution signed by four Battle of Britain Pilots
Squadron Leader Geoffrey Wellum DFC
Wing Commander Tim Elkington
Wing Commander Paul Farnes DFM
Wing Commander Tom Neil DFC* AFC AE

£50 each + postage and packing

Combat Over The Capital by Nicolas Trudgian

Nicolas Trudgian

I have a handful of Combat Over the Capital
signed by
Wing Commander Tom Neil DFC* AFC AE

£45 each + postage and packing

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