Contest Over the Reich | Military Signature Archive


Contest Over the Reich

£147.00 Inc VAT

The Original Signatures of two outstanding fighter pilots that flew with two opposing Air Forces almost without a break throughout WWII.

  • Original World War II pilot signatures 
  • Darryl Legg Giclee Aviation Print
  • Metal replica miniature medals
  • Metal RAF and Luftwaffe Badge

£147.00 Inc VAT

About Contest Over the Reich

Things you may like to know.

In 1940 Don Kingaby shot down four Me109 Luftwaffe fighters in a single day during the Battle of Britain, the British Press
dubbing him “Mr Me109”. He continued to fly Spitfires almost throughout WWII, led the Hornchurch Wing in 1943, flew low-
level support over the Normandy beaches, and became one of the RAF’s most highly decorated fighter pilots of the war.
Representing the Luftwaffe in this stunning Ensemble is the highly decorated Luftwaffe ace and Gruppen Commander, Alfred
Grislawski who flew over 800 missions in WWII and was credited with 133 air victories, many in the West during the Defence of the Reich flying the Focke Wulf Fw190 – considered by many, including Grislawski, to be the Luftwaffe’s best all-round fighter of WWII.

This highly collectible Ensemble is complete with all-metal pilot’s wings and replica ceremonial gallantry medals, both pilots original signatures beautifully mounted.

Size unframed 50x50cm

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