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Collectable Supermarine Spitfire World War II Military Aircraft Aviation Art Prints, Posters and Airplane Gifts.

These Collectable, Numbered Aviation Art Prints and Gifts show the history of the Supermarine Spitfire, World War II Aircraft Fighter.  The Supermarine Spitfire was the land based aircraft and the British Seafire was the Naval equivalent which used used two three bladed counter rotating propellers to counter the excessive torque of the Seafires massive engine and make it easier to land on the carrier deck.  

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The Pride of Britain Christmas Cards" hspace="10"0060910129"> 0060910
The Pride of Britain Christmas Cards

Philip West. Share your love of aviation history with this set of ten beautiful Christmas cards featuring Spitfires awaiting the call of duty at RAF Manston in the winter of 1941. Message inside reads, "With Best Wishes for Christmas and the New Year." Measures a generous 8?"x 4" and includes envelopes.
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Winter of '41 Christmas Cards

Philip West. Share your love of aviation history this holiday season with this set of ten Christmas cards featuring a Supermarine Spitfire Mk.I of 92 Squadron being prepared for a mission on a cold winter day at RAF Manston in 1941. Message inside reads, "With Best Wishes for Christmas and the New Year." Measures a generous 8?"x 4" and includes envelopes.


World War II Spitfire Aviation Art


Return of the Few" 195"0077537border="1" hspace="10" vspace="4">
Return of the Few

Philip West. Geoffrey Wellum and other No. 92 Squadron Spitfire pilots return to their home base following yet another busy day of fighting Luftwaffe aircraft over southern England in September, 1940. This 27"x 17?", limited edition, numbered print is signed by the artist and by Sqn. Ldr. Wellum, a Distinguished Flying Cross recipient.

Hornchurch Scramble - Anniversary Edition" 186"0077430border="1" hspace="10" vspace="4"> 0077430
Hornchurch Scramble - Anniversary Edition

Robert Taylor.With more than 300 Luftwaffe aircraft on their way across the Channel (with RAF Hornchurch as their likely target) on August 18, 1940, No. 54 Squadron commanding officer James Leathart and Colin Gray - who will claim three Bf 110s in this Battle of Britain encounter and eventually become the top-scoring New Zealand ace of the war with 27? victories - taxi their Spitfires out for takeoff from Hornchurch.
This 33"x 25?", limited edition, numbered print is signed by the artist and by nine Royal Air Force pilots who flew under RAF Fighter Command in the Battle of Britain: Norman Brown, Billy Drake (20 victories), Bob Foster (6?), John Freeborn (17), Tony Iveson, Roger Morewood, Tom Neil (13?), George Swanwick and Geoffrey Wellum.
First Light" 180"0077542border="1" hspace="10" vspace="4"> 0077542
First Light

Battle of Britain, July, 1940
Philip West. At the height of the Battle of Britain, No. 92 Squadron Spitfires, including "G" for George flown by Geoffrey Wellum in the foreground, depart RAF Biggin Hill under early morning sunlight to engage a mass of incoming German aircraft.
This 26"x 16", limited edition, numbered print is signed by the artist and by Wellum, who - credited with three destroyed, four probables and several damaged - was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross in July, 1941.

Over the Beaches" 194"0077534border="1" hspace="10" vspace="4">
Over the Beaches

Philip West. Spitfires and Typhoons provide support to the Normandy beach landings on D-Day. 28"x 20" limited edition, numbered print is signed by the artist and by four Royal Air Force pilots who took part in "Operation Overlord," including three Distinguished Flying Cross recipients!
Hoover's Fighting Spitfire" 185"0076508border="1" hspace="10" vspace="4"> 0076508
Hoover's Fighting Spitfire

Sam Lyons. Bob Hoover flies his Spitfire Mk.Vc over the Mediterranean on a search and destroy mission moments before being shot down by a Fw 190 on February 9, 1944. 22?"x 18" limited edition print is numbered and signed by the artist and Bob Hoover.
Spitfire Mk.9" 200"0074901border="1" hspace="10" vspace="4"> 0074901
Spitfire Mk.9

A pair of Spitfires flies in tight formation as one pulls away, perhaps in preparation for landing back at their English countryside base. 36"x 24" poster.
Spitfire Domain" 199"0077925border="1" hspace="10" vspace="4"> 0077925
Spitfire Domain

Len Krenzler. The Spitfire Mk.IX flown by 32-victory ace George "Buzz" Beurling of 403 Squadron, RCAF, delivers a final burst of fire to send Beurling's 31st victim - an Fw 190 - to the waves below on September 24, 1943. 30"x 20" limited edition, numbered print is signed by the artist and includes an autographed photograph of Beurling!

High Summer, High Battle" 184"0077774border="1" hspace="10" vspace="4"> 0077774
High Summer, High Battle

Nicolas Trudgian. Bf 109Es of LG 2 engage No. 19 Squadron Spitfires in an epic duel above the white cliffs of Dover during the Battle of Britain in August, 1940. 33"x 24", limited edition, numbered print is signed by the artist, by German aces Major Erich Rudorffer (223 victories) and Hauptmann Hugo Dahmer (57), and by No. 19 Squadron Wing Commander George Unwin (13)!

Eagle Force" 178"0077434border="1" hspace="10" vspace="4"> 0077434
Eagle Force

Robert Taylor - Eagle Edition. Following a fight with the Luftwaffe high above the English Channel, Spitfire Vbs from the Royal Air Force's No. 71 "Eagle" Squadron of American volunteers return to their base at North Weald in September, 1941.
This 32?"x 23?", limited edition, numbered print is signed by the artist and by seven Eagle Squadron volunteers: 15?-victory ace Don Blakeslee, Bill Edwards, James Gray, Michael Miluck, Don Nee, 10-victory ace Steve Pisanos and Don Ross.
You also get a matching number, 21?"x 13" companion pencil print signed by the artist and by Eagle Squadron pilots John Cambell, 14-victory ace James Goodson and George Maxwell.
Evening Flight" 179"0071301border="1" hspace="10" vspace="4"> 0071301
Evening Flight

Michael Swanson. Air Vice-Marshal Johnnie Johnson enjoys a rare moment of solitude in his Spitfire Mk.IX, which many consider to have been the best Spitfire variant of all. 24"x 20" print is signed by Air Vice-Marshal Johnson.

One Heck of a Deflection Shot" 193"0076122border="1" hspace="10" vspace="4">
One Heck of a Deflection Shot

Heinz Krebs. Off the Mediterranean coast of France on February 9, 1944, a Spitfire Mk.V flown by Robert "Bob" Hoover of the 52nd Fighter Group is struck by a remarkable deflection shot from the Fw 190 of 96-victory ace 2nd Lt. Siegfried Lemke of JG 2. (After Hoover bailed out, he was captured by the Germans, escaped from a POW camp, stole an Fw 190, and flew to safety in the Netherlands.) This 36"x 27", limited edition, numbered print is signed by the artist, by Lemke, and by Hoover, who is also a founding father of modern aerobatics.

Full Throttle" 182"0070432border="1" hspace="10" vspace="4"> 0070432
Full Throttle

Robert Bailey. Spitfires of 412 Squadron, Royal Canadian Air Force, attack a German staff car and a locomotive hauling war materiel through France shortly after the D-Day invasion of June, 1944. 33?"x 22?" limited edition, numbered print is signed by the artist and by four World War II RCAF pilots, including triple-ace Lt. Gen. Don Laubman.
Desert Vulture" 177"0070403border="1" hspace="10" vspace="4"> 0070403
Desert Vulture

Robert Bailey. Near El Adem in Libya, North Africa, Wing Commander H.A. "Jimmy" Fenton, leading 274 Squadron in his Hawker Hurricane, attacks a Ju 87B Stuka of 1./StG3 while top cover Spitfires descend into the intense battle. 32"x 19" limited edition print is signed and numbered by the artist.
Dawn Till Dusk" 176"0077455border="1" hspace="10" vspace="4"> 0077455
Dawn Till Dusk

Richard Taylor. 38-victory ace Jimmy Johnson leads his No. 144 RCAF Wing of Supermarine Spitfire Mk.IXs back to base after a long day of operations over Normandy in early June, 1944. This limited edition, numbered print is signed by the artist and by RCAF wing commanders 7-victory ace James "Doug" Lindsay and James Francis "Stocky" Edwards who, with 19 victories, was Canada's highest scoring ace of WWII. 30?"x 23?".
Commander's Oversight" 175"0070914border="1" hspace="10" vspace="4"> 0070914
Commander's Oversight

Craig Tinder. Flying his Spitfire Mk.V, 22-victory ace Douglas Bader - RAF Tangmere Wing leader with 145, 610, and 616 Squadrons under his command - proves that you don't need legs to walk all over the enemy. Signed by the artist, this print measures 19"x 13".

Coastal Patrol" 174"0077448border="1" hspace="10" vspace="4"> 0077448
Coastal Patrol

Richard Taylor. Mk.I Spitfires of No. 610 Squadron, RAF, fly a defensive patrol low over the White Cliffs of Dover during the height of the Battle of Britain in August, 1940. This 31"x 21", limited edition print is signed by the artist plus three Battle of Britain pilots!

Narrow Escape" 191"0076106border="1" hspace="10" vspace="4">
Narrow Escape

Heinz Krebs. Following a bombing mission over southern England during the Battle of Britain, a pair of Me 109s of JG 26 comes to the rescue of a straggling He 111 of KG 55, which has been badly damaged by the Spitfire that the Me 109s have sent diving into the Channel. 27"x 26?" limited edition, numbered print is signed by the artist, three He 111 pilots, and two Me 109 aces.
No Quarry Today with Free Book" 192"0087170border="1" hspace="10" vspace="4">
No Quarry Today with Free Book

Buy The Print, Get The Book Free! A 3 Value!

Two-Man Air Force
Don Gentile & John Godfrey, World War Two Flying Aces
Kaplan. American volunteers Don Gentile and John Godfrey, who flew together as leader and wingman with the USAAF 4th Fighter Group based at Debden, between them accounted for more than 58 enemy aircraft destroyed. This is the story of their amazing adventures and wartime partnership, from basic training in Canada, through their tours in England where they first flew the Supermarine Spitfire, and on into their time with the 4th Fighter Group. 224 pages, 40 B&W photographs, 6?"x 9?", hardcover.

Coastal Conflict" 173"0070430border="1" hspace="10" vspace="4"> 0070430
Coastal Conflict

Robert Bailey. Led by 12-victory ace Flt. Lt. Frantisek Perina, Spitfires of No. 312 (Czechoslovak) Squadron, Royal Air Force, are locked in combat against Fw 190s over Cherbourg, France, on June 3, 1942.
This stunning, 31"x 22" limited edition, numbered print is signed by the artist and by five Czech and Luftwaffe World War II pilots, including Otto Spacek, 5-victory ace Jaroslav Vyhnis, Miroslav Standera, Horst Schubert and Theo Nau! As an added bonus, you get the matching numbered, 25"x 8?" companion print, Spitfire Warrior, which is signed by the artist.
Birth of a Legend" 172"0072102border="1" hspace="10" vspace="4">
Birth of a Legend

Michael Turner. With its famous designer, R.J. Mitchell, looking on, the baby blue Spitfire prototype flies over the Supermarine hangar at Eastleigh, Southampton, on March 5, 1936. Limited edition 22"x 19" numbered print is signed by the artist and by Spitfire chief test pilot Alex Henshaw, MBE.

Juno Beach" 190"0077412border="1" hspace="10" vspace="4"> 0077412
Juno Beach

Anthony Saunders. By the end of D-Day, 15,000 Canadians had successfully landed at Juno Beach and the 3rd Canadian Infantry Division had penetrated further into France than any other Allied force.
Here, with sunset rapidly approaching, two Canadian Spitfires fly low over Juno Beach as troops disembark from landing craft and tanks roll ashore. 26?"x 19?", limited edition print is signed and numbered by the artist.
Rhapsody in Blue & Mitchell's Masterpiece Set" 196"0077067border="1" hspace="10" vspace="4"> 0077067
Rhapsody in Blue & Mitchell's Masterpiece Set

Gerald Coulson. From an edition limited to only 70 sets, these prints are magnificent! In the 27"x 24" centerpiece, Rhapsody in Blue, Spitfire prototype K5054, resplendent in its new all-blue paint scheme, banks high above the clouds during an early test flight in March 1936. In the 20"x 15?" companion piece, Mitchell's Masterpiece, the Rolls-Royce Merlin "C" engine of the same Spitfire prototype is put through its paces in-between test flights. Both numbered prints are signed by the artist while Rhapsody in Blue is also signed by Chief Spitfire Test Pilot Alex Henshaw.
Bader Legend" 169"0077094border="1" hspace="10" vspace="4"> 0077094
Bader Legend

Robert Taylor. Legendary Tangmere Wing Leader Douglas Bader flies his beloved Spitfire Mk.Va high above the southern coast of England. 27"x 20" limited edition, numbered print is signed by the artist and by four Tangmere Wing pilots including Lionel "Buck" Casson, Sir Denis Crowley-Milling, Johnnie Johnson and George "Grumpy" Unwin.
Flight of Freedom" 181"0075003border="1" hspace="10" vspace="4"> 0075003
Flight of Freedom

Roy Cross. A Supermarine Spitfire emerges from the clouds of war in this 27?"x 19?" print.

A Time for Heroes" 168"0077044border="1" hspace="10" vspace="4"> 0077044
A Time for Heroes

Robert Taylor. During the Battle of Britain, Mk.I Spitfires of 234 Squadron return to St. Eval after intercepting heavy raids on south coast ports. 31"x 23" limited edition, numbered print is signed by the artist and by Group Capt. Tom Morgan, Wng. Cdr. Bob Doe, and Wng. Cdr. George Unwin.
0007641193 width=300> 0007641 Eagles Prey
Robert Taylor. 
American Eagles Squadron 71 flying Mk Vb Spitfires down an Me-109  over northern France in 1941. 1250 Signed/Numbered by artist and five aces. 33"x 25" print.
0007665206 width=300> 0007665 September Victory

Aviation Art Prints measure approx.12"x16.5"(297mm x 420mm) and are printed on 240gsm card.

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Hurricane on My Tail" 187"0007770border="1" hspace="10" vspace="4"> 0007770
Hurricane on My Tail

Stan Stokes. With more than 7,300 produced, the Heinkel He 111 was widely used during the Battle of Britain. Nevertheless, inspired and detemined RAF Hurricane and Spitfire pilots downed more than 2,000 enemy aircraft, turning back the Luftwaffe and cancelling German invasion plans. 16"x 11?" limited edition print is signed and numbered by the artist.

Johnnie Johnson Autographed Photograph" 189"0071271border="1" hspace="10" vspace="4"> 0071271
Johnnie Johnson Autographed Photograph

This reprint of an authentic World War II photograph captures 38-victory ace J.E. "Johnnie" Johnson - the highest scoring Western Allied pilot against Luftwaffe aircraft - of No. 616 Squadron climbing out of his Supermarine Spitfire. Signed by Air Vice Marshal Johnson, who passed away in 2001, this 8"x 10" photo arrives ready to frame and includes a certificate of authenticity and a full history.

Inside History-Making Aircraft of World War II" 188"0040415border="1" hspace="10" vspace="4"> 0040415
Inside History-Making Aircraft of World War II
In the Cockpit II

Connor & Moore. This lavishly illustrated volume presents stunning close-up photographs of the cockpits and crew stations of 34 legendary World War II aircraft in the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum's impressive collection. You'll view the interiors of the American P-51D Mustang, P-39Q Airacobra, B-17 Flying Fortress, B-29 Superfortress "Enola Gay," SBD-6 Dauntless, and Boeing Kaydet trainer; the British Spitfire; the Soviet Il-2 Sturmovik; the Japanese A6M5 Zero; the German Fw 190 and Me 262A jet; and many others. 144 pages, 120+ color and B&W photographs, 8"x 10", hardcover.
Battle of Britain" 170"0007039border="1" hspace="10" vspace="4"> 0007039
Battle of Britain

Stan Stokes. This dramatic print captures a Spitfire pursuing a Bf 110 across an otherwise tranquil London sky in the summer of 1940. London's Tower Bridge stands steadfastly below as it did throughout the Battle of Britain. 16"x 11?" limited edition print is signed and numbered by the artist.

"The First of the Few" Metal Sign" 167"0066126border="1" hspace="10" vspace="4"> 0066126
"The First of the Few" Metal Sign

Featuring an image of a Spitfire Mk.Ia (and a reminder of just who The Few were fighting for!), this sign is made of 24-gauge steel that is hand distressed to create the look and feel of aged metal and paint. Measures 17"x 11" and includes mounting holes.

"Spitfire Parking Only" Metal Sign" 0066265border="1" hspace="10" vspace="4"> 0066265
"Spitfire Parking Only" Metal Sign

Warning "Spitfire Parking Only? others will be buzzed," this 24-gauge steel sign is hand distressed to create the look and feel of aged metal and paint. 8"x 14"; includes mounting holes. 66265AA 1 Hawker Hurricane Balsa Kit. Build your own flying replica of the Hawker Hurricane! This 1/16 scale kit includes high quality, laser-cut balsa wood parts; plastic detail parts, including a clear canopy and realistic landing gear; lightweight covering tissue and color peel-and-stick decals; FAI rubber; a full-sized plan along with building and flying instructions; and more. Suitable for rubber-, gas- or electric-powered flight, it has a 30" wingspan. 90+ parts, assembly required.
High Flight" 183"0071556border="1" hspace="10" vspace="4"> 0071556
High Flight

This captivating poster displays the Spitfire Mk.V flown by John Gillespie Magee, Jr., climbing upward through 33,000 feet in a high altitude test along with Magee's famous poem, High Flight, which - inspired by this mission - concludes with the immortal line, "Put out my hand and touched the face of God." 24"x 36"; laminated for increased protection.
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High Flight
Keith Ferris. 
This painting displays the joy of flight epitomized in the poem "High Flight" by world-renowned aviator John Gillespie Magee. In the Spitfire in which he died, Magee dances among the clouds. 750 S/N by artist. 18"x 24" print.
Spitfires Over London" 207"0007389border="1" hspace="10" vspace="4"> 0007389
Spitfires Over London

John Young. Print depicts a trio of majestic Spitfires in flight over a momentarily peaceful World War II London. Print measures 24"x 20".

Spitfire XIV" 205"0070858border="1" hspace="10" vspace="4"> 0070858
Spitfire XIV

Mark Postlethwaite. Air Vice Marshal J.E. "Johnnie" Johnson dances among the clouds in his Spitfire Mk.XIV as sunset approaches on a beautiful afternoon in the spring of 1945. 21"x 16" limited edition, numbered print is signed by the artist and by Air Vice Marshal Johnson.

The Spitfire" 214"0070196border="1" hspace="10" vspace="4"> 0070196
The Spitfire

Barrie Clark. This unique "Electric Art" framed print depicts a Supermarine Spitfire working through heavy weather as the sun has catches the tension of this pilot's pursuit. Dramatic as it is, what makes this print extra special are the two mini light bulbs on the wings and L.E.D. lights on the fuselage that actually light up! Truly a fun and unique piece. Framed poster measures 18"x 12" and includes an AC adaptor along with a mounting hook for wall display and a stand for tabletop display.

The Spitfire" 213"0007425border="1" hspace="10" vspace="4">
The Spitfire

Barrie Clark. One of the most dramatic portraits of an airplane in flight. Working his way through heavy weather, the sun has caught the drama of this pilot?s pursuit. Poster is 23?"x 13?".
The Gallant Ohio" 212"0077090border="1" hspace="10" vspace="4"> 0077090
The Gallant Ohio

Robert Taylor. Spitfires of No. 126 and 185 squadrons fend off Axis aircraft attempting to sink the crippled American tanker Ohio - assisted by Royal Navy destroyers Penn (foreground), Bramham (lashed to Ohio's port side) and Ledbury - en route to Malta during Operation Pedestal of 1942. 32"x 23" limited edition, numbered print is signed by the artist and by five Malta veterans, including Admiral of the Fleet, Lord Lewin.
The Daredevil" 211"0070869border="1" hspace="10" vspace="4"> 0070869
The Daredevil

Mark Postlethwaite. Two Spitfire Mk.VIIs of No. 616 Squadron - the South Yorkshire Auxiliary Squadron - race towards Herefordshire in early June, 1944. 16"x 12" limited edition print is signed and numbered by the artist.

The Battle for Britain" 210"0077013border="1" hspace="10" vspace="4">
The Battle for Britain

Robert Taylor. A Battle of Britain Spitfire from 610 Squadron takes on an Me 109 from I./JG3 in a head-on attack high over the south coast port of Dover in the late morning of July 10, 1940. 36"x 23?", limited edition print is signed by the artist and four Battle of Britain fighter pilots.
The Archer: Plate 2" 209"0071826border="1" hspace="10" vspace="4"> 0071826
The Archer: Plate 2

Dan Zoernig. A Regianne Re 2005 Sagittario (Archer) of the 362nd Squadriglia, 22nd Gruppo, shoots down a Spitfire Mk.Vb somewhere over the Italian countryside during the summer of 1943. 19"x 13" limited edition print is signed and numbered by the artist.

Spitfire on the Prowl" 203"0007746border="1" hspace="10" vspace="4"> 0007746
Spitfire on the Prowl

Wings of War" 215"0062023border="1" hspace="10" vspace="4"> 0062023
Wings of War  Board Game

Dawn of War
Take the controls of a Hurricane, a Spitfire, a Messerschmitt Bf 109 or any one of three other early World War II fighters as you attempt to outfight, outthink, and out-fly your opponents in this fast and furious game of aerial combat! Merging card and board game mechanics to recreate dogfights from 1939-41, this games is for 2-4 players.

Spitfire Yard Spinner" 206"0062259border="1" hspace="10" vspace="4"> 0062259
Spitfire Yard Spinner

Perfect for your lawn, garden or patio, this rendition of the iconic R.J. Mitchell-designed Supermarine Spitfire is actually a "wind spinner" yard sculpture whose propeller-spinner rotates in even the slightest breeze! Made of SolarMax? UV resistant nylon with molded metal and plastic fittings for the utmost in quality and durability, it measures 29" long and includes a pole, a ground stake, and assembly instructions.

Spitfire Travel Tumbler" 204"0060779border="1" hspace="10" vspace="4">
Spitfire Travel Tumbler

Featuring a hand-crafted, antique silver Spitfire emblem, this large, 16 oz. travel tumbler has an insulated, double-wall design to keep cold drinks cold and hot drinks hot! Perfect for your next adventure - whether in the air or on the ground - it's made of durable and attractive stainless steel and includes a screw-on top with a sip hole.

Spitfire Mug" 202"0060126border="1" hspace="10" vspace="4"> 0060126
Spitfire Mug

This large, 12 oz. ceramic mug features a wraparound image of Johnnie Johnson's Spitfire Mk.IX that was, appropriately enough, famous for carrying a beer keg on one of the bomb racks when it came time to re-supply the men under Johnson's command! Dishwasher and microwave safe.
World War II Fighter Aircraft Mug" 216"0061953border="1" hspace="10" vspace="4"> 0061953
World War II Fighter Aircraft Mug

This 11-ounce, ceramic mug displays profile, front, top and cutaway views of four legendary Allied fighter aircraft: the P-40E Warhawk, the P-51 Mustang, the Spitfire Mk.IX, and the F4U Corsair. Dishwasher and microwave safe.
World War II Fighters Coaster Set" 217"0071702border="1" hspace="10" vspace="4"> 0071702
World War II Fighters Coaster Set

Display your love of legendary World War II fighters with this set of six coasters - each with a solid wood core, a protective coating and a cork base - that features images of a P-51 Mustang, a Messerschmitt Bf 109, a Supermarine Spitfire, a Hawker Hurricane, an F4U Corsair and an A6M Zero. Includes a wooden storage box.
Spitfire Mk.IA Clock" 201"0006683border="1" hspace="10" vspace="4"> 0006683
Spitfire Mk.IA Clock

This collector clock features classic WWII nose art and the profile of a Spitfire framed in a distinctive riveted aluminum case. Quartz movement; battery not included. Made in U.S.A. 15" diameter.
Spitfire Brass Hat" 198"0060155border="1" hspace="10" vspace="4"> 0060155
Spitfire Brass Hat

This distinctive, high quality black cap features a beautifully detailed brass emblem with a profile of a Spitfire, six brass eyelets, a pre-curved peak and a matching adjustable strap with brass buckle.

Supermarine Spitfire Shirt - Large" 208"0060829border="1" hspace="10" vspace="4"> 0060829
Supermarine Spitfire Shirt - Large

Made of 100% pre-shrunk cotton, this premium quality, black t-shirt features a large, screen-printed image of the famous Spitfire flown by Canadian Flt. Lt. Charley Fox - who destroyed or damaged 153 enemy vehicles, including 22 locomotives and Erwin Rommel's Normandy staff car - of No. 412 Squadron, RCAF.
Spitfire 1939-1945 Shirt - XX-Large" 197"0069271border="1" hspace="10" vspace="4"> 0069271
Spitfire 1939-1945 Shirt - XX-Large

Made of a 50% cotton/50% polyester blend, this screen-printed, cream-colored t-shirt features Britain's Union Jack with "Spitfire 1939-1945" on the front and, on the back, large profiles of three variants of the famous Royal Air Force fighter: the Mk.I, Mk.IX and Mk.XIV.

Spitfire 1939-1945 Shirt - X-Large


Spitfire 1939-1945 Shirt - Medium


Spitfire 1939-1945 Shirt - Large


Battle of Britain Shirt - XX-Large" 171"0060870border="1" hspace="10" vspace="4"> 0060870
Battle of Britain Shirt - XX-Large

Commemorating the 70th anniversary of the 1940 Battle of Britain, this screen-printed, olive drab t-shirt features 23-victory ace Douglas Bader's famous Hawker Hurricane and Supermarine Spitfire superimposed over the Royal Air Force roundel. 100% pre-shrunk cotton.

Battle of Britain Shirt - X-Large


Battle of Britain Shirt - Medium


Battle of Britain Shirt - Large



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0007571138 width=300> The Spitfire
Barry Clark.  One of the most dramatic portraits of an airplane in flight. Working his  way through heavy weather, the sun has caught the drama of this pilot?s pursuit. Poster is 39¾"x 23" overall with an image size of 36"x 18".

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