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Limited Edition Pilot Signed Prints

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We have acquired from the publisher ALL the few remaining limited edition giclee prints by renowned aviation artist, Darryl Legg. All have genuine signatures of historic aviators from WWI and WWII; All are double mounted and delivered brand new in publisher’s original protective covers, with a Certificate of Authenticity, ready to frame. Normally prices go UP when an edition sells out, but these last remaining copies are offered at near wholesale prices – But hurry! First come, first served: When they are gone they are gone!

Print is mounted with signatures of 6 Luftwaffe Me109 pilots who flew in the Battle of Britain in 1940.


The original signatures of a Lancaster crew, including TWO holders of the Victoria Cross.


Complete with mounted DFC miniature medal, and 100% genuine signatures of 4 Battle of Britain legends


Original signatures of 4 top Battle of Britain Fighter Aces along with a miniature DFC mounted with this great piece of aviation art.


Two of the most significant signatures from RAF Bomber Command! Both Pathfinder pioneers, both highly decorated.


Limited to 15 these Graphite prints by Stephen Brown feature the original signature of Martin Drewes, who flew the Messerschmitt Me 110.



Frank Carey was a highly decorated Hurricane pilot who flew in the Battle of France, Battle of Britain before being assigned to India. LIMITED TO 50


To celebrate the 80th anniversary of Operation Chastise we are offering only 80 of these special Ensembles. Featuring the original signatures of Mick Martin and Dave Shannon.

ONLY 39 Left 


Limited to just 50 "Galland's Last Battle" Profile Print features a signed biography of the great man himself.


Hurricane Mk1s from the renowned 303 "Kościuszko" Polish Squadron RAF confidently ascend from Northolt, poised to intercept yet another Luftwaffe bomber formation en route to London in September 1940.



Flying high above the southern coast of England in his beloved Mark Va Spitfire, the renowned Wing Leader Douglas Bader showcased exceptional leadership.


Lancaster AJ-N scores a direct hit on the Eder Dam with its bouncing bomb during the famous Dambusters raid on the night of 16/17 May 1943. 

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