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Hall Of Fame Print Collection

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“This fine collection of signatures includes many of the great Squadron and Wing Leaders – from all sides – that fought the great air battles of World War II, and as such is quite remarkable. We are proud to own this wonderful collection”. Don Lopez, Deputy Director, National Air & Space Museum, Washington DC

Every original “Hall of Fame” pilot’s autograph, acquired in the 1980’s, is 100% genuine and authenticated by a numbered Certificate of Authenticity. Each Autograph Print Display includes a wartime Pilot’s Photo with brief WWII Biography, quality Aviation Art, all-metal Pilot’s Wings and an applicable high-quality replica Miniature Medal, all displayed in authentic Service-colour laser-cut Triple Mounts (Matts). “Hall of Fame” Ensembles comprise some of the most famous and highly decorated aviators from WWII.

Flew Spitfires, Hurricanes, and commanded the famous Duxford and Biggin Hill Spitfire Wings.

£85.00

Became the highest-scoring fighter pilot in history flying Me109 fighters on the Eastern Front.

£105.00

Commanded JG26’s nine squadrons of Me109 fighters based in the Abbeville region of Northern France during the Battle of Britain and in 1941.

£85.00

Completed over 400 missions, credited with 58 air victories, he became one of the Me262’s leading aces with 12 victories.

£75.00

Credited with 206 air victories in over 500 combat missions, 8 victories flying the Me262 jet.

£75.00

An Ace in WWII in P-38’s and P-51s, and became a legend in Vietnam flying the F-4 Phantom. 

£75.00

The famous carrier pilot once bagged 6 Japanese dive Bombers in 8 minutes!

£79.00

Johnson became the first American ace to exceed Richenbacker’s WWI record of 26 enemy aircraft destroyed in Europe

£75.00

This highly decorated ace flew Spitfires throughout the war, downed 23 enemy aircraft, and was the first and only RAF ace to receive three DFM’s

£75.00

Flew with Douglas Bader in the Battle of Britain and formed the first Typhoon ground attack fighter/Bomber squadron.

£75.00

Deputy Leader to Guy Gibson on the Dams Raid, one of RAF Bomber Command’s most courageous and highly decorated pilots.

£125.00

Climbed out onto the wing of a Lancaster, at night, at 20,000 ft over Germany to extinguish an engine fire while under attack from a German night-fighter.

£75.00

Often described as Luftwaffe’s greatest ace, the 3rd highest scoring fighter pilot in history.

£105.00
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