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Agile as the Devil Aviation Art Print
Dan Zoernig. In October 1917, the Fokker Dr.I appeared in significant numbers over the Western Front. The tri-plane, or "dreidecker," possessed a top speed of 115 mph and a superior rate of climb. Though its engine was considered a little underpowered, the Dr.I achieved a level of maneuverability that prompted Manfred von Richthofen to write of its qualities, "Climbs like an ape, and as agile as the devil." 19"x 13" print is signed by the artist.

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Stan Stokes. Arguably the best "brother" team of fighter aces was Manfred and Lothar von Richthofen, with 120 WWI aerial victories between them. Top WWI ace Manfred, who became known as "The Red Baron" because the Richtofen family was minor nobility and he painted his aircraft bright red, achieved 80 victories. And Lothar elevated his own reputation when he downed British Ace Albert Ball. 16"x 11?" limited edition print is signed and numbered by the artist.

Famous Art Print, Limited Addition
by artist and well-known WWI pilot, Flight Lieutenant Philip Bristow

Trudgian. The dramatic scene depicts an aerial dogfight between Sopwith Camels and SE5A fighters of the Royal Flying Corps, and the bright red planes of Baron von Richthofen's JG1 fighter wing. 600 s/n . 17¼"x 22½" print.
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Russell Smith.
Aviation Art Print.

Flying one of his famous Fokker triplanes, Manfred von Richthofen - the Red Baron - achieves victory #67, which was his last victory over an S.E.5a, by shooting down Lt. J.P. McCone of 41 Squadron. 16"x 13".
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Aviation Art Print
David Poole. In his trademark red Fokker Dr.I triplane, 80-victory ace Manfred von Richthofen, the "Red Baron," scores one of his three S.E.5a kills over the Western Front in 1918. 24"x 19?".

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Russell Smith.
Aviation Art Print

After the Red Baron - Manfred von Richthofen, the highest scoring ace of World War I - is brought down on April 21, 1918, souvenir hunters immediately set upon his famous Fokker Dr.I. Many of those souvenirs still exist today. 25"x 16?" limited edition gicl? print is signed and numbered by the artist.

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Aviation Art Print.

Dietz. The Red Baron engages in a little preflight repartee as his Fokker DRI receives some last-minute attention from its ground crew. 850 s/n by artist. 35?"x 28?".
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Red Baron
Aviation Art Print
Russell Smith. Synonymous with the name Manfred von Richthofen - the Red Baron - is the image of the all red Fokker triplane for which he was famous. Richthofen, however, actually flew several different triplanes. This Fokker Dr.1, serial number 152/17, was the aircraft in which he scored victories 64, 65 and 66. 16"x 13" print is signed by the artist.
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Thomas Tullis.

This profile view of Manfred von Richthofen's Fokker Dr.I captures his tri-plane circa 1918, when he commanded Jadgeschwader 1. Also features a brief biographical statement about the famed Red Baron. 17"x 11" gicl? print is signed by the artist.

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Stan Stokes.
Aviation Art Print
Germany's legendary WWI fighters, led by the Red Baron, dance through the skies with British Sopwith Camels in a colorful exhibit that belies their deadly intent. 16"x 11?" limited edition print is signed and numbered by the artist.0073004
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Heinz Krebs. The CL-13 (F-86) flown by "Ace of Aces" Col. Erich Hartmann leads the first all-jet fighter wing - JG 71 Richthofen, whose aircraft all sport the spreading black tulip nose art that was Hartmann's personal emblem throughout World War II - of the West German Air Force on a 1961 mission. 35"x 24?" limited edition, numbered print is signed by the artist and by Hartmann.


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Featuring an image of Germany's Pour le M?ite - the Blue Max - and the Fokker Dr.I triplane in which Manfred von Richthofen, the "Red Baron," gained his final 20 victories of World War I, this 24-gauge steel sign, die cut in the shape of an Iron Cross, features rounded corners, measures 14?"x 18?", and includes mounting holes.

Blue Max Awarded by Germany during World War I to aviators such as Manfred von Richthofen, Hermann Goering and Ernst Udet for outstanding bravery on the battlefield, the Blue Max has not been awarded since the end of the Great War. This full-size, double-sided reproduction includes the same enamel reverse as the original along with a length of black and silver neck ribbon.

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Airplane Clock
Featuring the art of Stan Stokes, this clock captures Manfred von Richthofen, the Red Baron, in his Fokker Dr.I triplane. Framed in a distinctive riveted aluminum case, clock includes a quartz movement. 15" diameter; made in U.S.A.; battery not included.
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The Red Baron and Moritz 1/32 Metal Kit Metal Kit
Manfred von Richthofen with his ever-faithful dog Moritz - who the Red Baron referred to as "my little lap dog" - in 1918, this easy-to-assemble, amazingly detailed, 1/32 scale metal kit features a realistic uniform, authentic insignia, a detailed diorama base, and more. Measures approximately 2?" tall; 6 parts, assembly required.

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Red Baron Stein This highly collectible authentic German stoneware stein depicts World War I flying ace Manfred von Richthofen and his aircraft in raised relief topped by a highly polished pewter lid adorned with a hand painted Fokker triplane. This limited edition, numbered piece is made in Germany and measures 8?" tall.
Sopwith Camel & Fokker Triplane Salt & Pepper Shakers Sopwith Camel & Fokker Triplane Salt & Pepper Shakers You might have a World War I dogfight break out on your kitchen table when these salt and pepper shakers get passed around. Hand painted and made of ceramic, each shaker measures 4"x 3"x 2". Ammunition (salt and pepper) not included.0061113
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 Red Baron History Study Notes:


Manfred von Richthofen, the "ace of aces," managed 80 confirmed kills over World War I Europe, peaking during the "Red April" of 1917 when he racked up an incredible 22 victories. Then Britain's Sopwith Triplane appeared over the horizon, and suddenly the Red Baron was put to the ultimate test: gunsight-to-gunsight combat with a vastly superior aircraft.

In July of 1917, Manfred von Richthofen - the Red Baron - tangles with Sopwith Camels in the skies over Belgium.



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The Red Baron and His Aircraft Color profiles and flight/battle histories of the 12 aircraft flown by the legendary Red Baron. Also includes three portraits of Von  Richthofen himself!

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