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New rare signed books added to the book page 20th Feburary 2017
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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!!
Return to the Bump/Biggin Hill, Summer 1940
Flight Lieutenant Pete Brothers is greeted by his bull terrier “Merlin” on returning to RAF Biggin Hill. He is being questioned by the intelligence officer about the intense air battle that has just taken place high over Southern England. The ground crew are diligently working to prepare the Hurricanes of 32 Squadron for the next sortie, which will take place later that day. Pete's 1928 Bentley sits at dispersal with a sign in the windscreen Air Defence Priority which Wing Commander Crossley Officer Commanding 32 Squadron had all the pilots display in their cars so they would not be held up in road blocks that surrounded Biggin Hill, should the urgent call come through to get to the Airfield immediately to scramble. The local defence were informed of their priority and were waved through.
Signed by: Three Pilots of 32 Squadron who fought in the Battle of Britain
Return to the Bump/Biggin Hill, Summer 1940: is a limited edition of 500 Fine Art prints beautifully reproduced from an original oil painting by the noted award-winning artist Gil Cohen.
Each print is individually signed by the Artist and Air Commodore Pete Bothers CBE DSO DFC and
Wing Commander Jack Rose CMG MBE DFC. Each print is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.
Overall size: 33 x 20 inches
Image Size: 28 x 14.5 inches
500 Limited edition Prints signed by Gil Cohen
Air Commodore Pete Brothers CBE DSO DFC,
Wing Commander Jack Rose CMG MBE DFC
£135.00 + postage and packing
100 Artist Proofs signed by Gil Cohen
Air Commodore Pete Brothers CBE DSO DFC,
Wing Commander Jack Rose CMG MBE DFC
Group Captain John White
£185.00 + postage and packing
300 Artist signed
£95.00 + postage and packing
GENTLEMEN AS YOU WERE
- DOWDING AT HORNCHURCH 1940
Air Chief Marshal Sir Hugh Dowding, Air Officer Commanding RAF Fighter Command emerges from his staff car during an impromptu visit to RAF Hornchurch in the early stages of the Battle of Britain and chats with Spitfire Pilots who have returned to their base. Their intense clashes with the Luftwaffe in the skies over Southern England still resonate in their minds. Dowding would refer to them as “my fighter boys”. It was Dowding, who more than anyone, prepared Britain’s defences against a German invasion years before the start of WW11.
The limited edition is signed by three distinguished Spitfire Battle of Britain pilots
Wing Commander Peter Olver DFC
Squadron Leader Peter Brown AFC
Wing Commander E B B Smith DFC
Limited edition of 275 worldwide £120.00 + postage and packing
Artist signed edition of 95 worldwide £70.00 + postage and packing
Overall Size 76cm x 54cm
Image size 63cm x 38cm
We Guide to Strike
Flying ahead of the main bomber stream, a Lancaster of 156 Squadron Pathfinder Force makes a run over its target in the heavily defended industrial Ruhr Valley. Extreme concentration can be observed in the crews eyes as they focus on their critical task of marking the target. The Ruhr, the greatest industrial area in the whole of Germany, was the most heavily defended target in the world. The Ruhr Valley was nearly always covered by an almost permanent smoke-haze which, at night made visual pin-pointing of towns below nearly impossible. The Pathfinder force was able to penetrate the industrial pollution with aircraft equipped with the blind-bombing devise known as Oboe. This technology afforded the ability to seek out targets regardless of weather conditions and illuminate desired areas with brilliant target markers which reflected back up from the ground through the haze. The application of the crews precise identification of the target locations will enable the following bomber strikes to be incisively accurate further crippling the German war effort.
“We Guide To Strike”
(motto of No: 8 Pathfinder Force Group)
Aircrew of 156 Squadron Pathfinder Force
Signing “We Guide to Strike”
Group Captain G Womersley DSO* DFC MID Pilot
Flight Lieutenant W Cleland DSO DFC Pilot
Flight Lieutenant T Timperley DFC Pilot
Flight Lieutenant H Hernaman DFC Wireless Operator/Air Gunner
Wing Commander W Bagg OBE DFC Wireless Operator/Air Gunner
Pilot Officer D Briggs DFC Flight Engineer/Bomb Aimer
Warrant Officer J Chapman DFM Flight Engineer/Bomb Aimer
Flying Officer C Dee Wireless Operator/Air Gunner
Flight Sergeant C Follit DFM Air Gunner
Flying Officer W Kerry Navigator
Warrant Officer R Noye DFC Wireless Operator/Air Gunner
Flight Lieutenant D Reed DFM Wireless Operator/Air Gunner
Warrant Officer J McCrum DFM Wireless Operator/Air Gunner
Warrant Officer J Watson DFM Flight Engineer/ Bomb Aimer
Aircrew and personnel of 156 Squadron Pathfinder Force
based at RAF Upwood signing the
Artist Proofs, also to include the above signatures
Leading Aircraft Woman Mrs C Versey (nee. Taylor), Motor Transport Section
Corporal Mrs W Carter, Signals, Leading Aircraft Woman Miss D Search, Cook
Leading Aircraft Woman Mrs N Peters (nee. Ashton), Meteorologist Assistant
Corporal A Barnes Administration
Details about the limited edition print
“We Guide to Strike”
400 Signed and numbered prints with 14 signatures £120.00
50 Artist Proofs with 21 signatures £175.00
+ postage and packing
Special Offer for February
If you purchase any of the above prints you will receive a complimentary copy of 'Beam Bombers' limited edition
Pathfinder Mosquito "Grim Reaper" of 109 Squadron engages in a dangerous "Oboe" marking mission over the Industrial Ruhr, Germany 1944.
Oboe was a ground controlled blind bombing system. 109 squadron was formed for this very secretive new device which lead to pin point accuracy marking for the main bomber force and spearheaded some of the most critical missions of the war in Europe.
Limited edition of 275 worldwide signed by:
Group Captain Robert Law DSO DFC Officer Commanding 109 Squadron
Wing Commander JohnTipton DFC and bar
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