Wwii plane art

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B-17 Flying Fortress is a Bomber in Kards - The WWII CCG. The Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress was an American four-engine heavy bomber used by the United States Army Air Forces and the Royal Air Force in WWII. The B-17 was primarily used for strategic bombing of German industrial and military targets, but also in the Pacific War where it was used in raids against Japanese shipping and airfields. The aircraft had the reputation of being a very effective bomber and it dropped more bombs than any…

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About this item Material: tin /metal Size:20cmx30cm ( 8 inches x 12 inches ) Weight:0.15KG/pcs. Four small pre-drilled holes in each corner of this painting.so it is easy hanging. Professional design, professional color matching, precision spraying to ensure Bright and full color, comfortable eyes and happy spirit. A wonderful piece to add to your kitchen, man cave or bar. Present high-quality military metal signs for military enthusiasts.

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Commisioned illustration for Battle of Britain Combat Archive Vol. 8 by Simon W. Parry. Two BF109's of JG 54 collide south of London on August 30th 1940. Stab II/JG54 Me109E-4 Wn.1643 White 5+ Collided with Oblt Hans Rath. Crashed at Layhams Farm, Addington, Surrey. Ff: Lt Rudolf Ziegler baled out and landed near Holland Post Office, Oxted, Surrey - PoW. 4/JG54 Me109E-4 Wn.6072 White 6+ On a free-lance patrol pilot was just getting into a position to attack a Hurricane, when his aircraft…