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RAF Fighter Command Print Collection

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“How you have managed to collect so many autographs from fighter pilots of the WWII era I have no idea. I didn’t think any of them would sit still long enough to sign their names, but I am honoured to be included in such illustrious company!” Group Captain Brian Kingcome, DSO, DFC* March, 1984

Every original RAF Fighter pilot’s signature, acquired in the 1980’s, is supported by a Certificate of Authenticity. BRONZE and SILVER Autograph Print Collections have triple-mounts, quality art, and gilt metal RAF pilots wings and mounted replica miniature medals.

Flew Lysanders in France, Hurricanes in 1940, later commanding Beaufighter and Mosquitos ground and sea attack squadrons and wings.

£59.00

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

£105.00

"Nip" Heppell joined Douglas Baders Trangmere Wing as part of No.616 Squadron in 1941.

£95.00

Hugh "Cocky" Dundas flew in No.616 Squadron lead by Douglas Bader in 1941.

£95.00

Alan Smith Flew with Douglas Bader in No.616 Squadron as his wingman.

£95.00

Two of the most colourful and successful fighter pilots of WWII.

£89.00

Two highly respected and distinguished fighter pilots both flew the Hurricane during the Battle of Britain.

£79.00

Two front-line Battle of Britain Spitfire pilots who went on to command Typhoon ground attack wings.

£79.00

Two leading pilots that flew in Douglas Bader’s legendary Spitfire Wing at Tangmere.

£69.00

Deere flew Spitfires throughout the war; Lucas flew Spitfires in Malta and Europe.

£69.00

Flew as Douglas Bader’s trusted wingman in 1941 – except the day DB was shot down! 

£59.00

Flew Hurricanes, Tomahawks, Kittyhawkes and Spitfires in North African.

£59.00

Flew Spitfires in 1940, joined Douglas Bader’s famous Tangmere Wing in 1941.

£59.00

Two of World War IIs best-known fighter aces. Deere is credited with having the first aerial dogfight between a Spitfire and a Me109.

£79.00
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