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Pack 508. Pack of two Lancaster bomber WW2 aviation prints by Robert Taylor and Ivan Berryman. - IvanBerryman.com

DHM2606B. High Cost by Robert Taylor. <p> The crews of Bomber Command faced one of the most daunting tasks, calling for courage sustained night after night, in conditions of desperate danger and discomfort. They did not fail us and 55,573 paid the supreme sacrifice. In his new tribute to The Many, Robert Taylors evocative painting recreates a typical scene encountered by many Royal Air Force bomber squadrons on raids over enemy occupied territory: Having already survived 30 successful operational sorties, on 9 February 1945 Lancaster PG-G of 619 Squadron has been intercepted by Luftwaffe night-fighters during a raid over Stettin Bay. <b><p> Signatories: Flt Lt George Britton, <br>Flt Lt John Cox DFC, <br>Warrant Officer Richard Hearne, <br>Flt Lt Tom Austin DFC AE<br> and <br>Wg Com Mac England DFC. <p> RAF limited edition of 500 prints, with 5 signatures. <p> Print paper size 27 inches x 18 inches (69cm x 46cm)
B16.  Chadwicks Masterpiece by Ivan Berryman. <p>When Roy Chadwick first drew the Avro 679 Manchester bomber for the RAF, he could little have known that from this rather lacklustre machine would evolve the classic 683 Lancaster. This painting is not a record of any single event in the Lancasters illustrious history, rather a portrait of a fine aeroplane and a tribute to the many crews who flew and serviced them.<b><p>Signed limited edition of 250 prints. <p> Image size 17 inches x 10 inches (43cm x 25cm)

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Pack 508. Pack of two Lancaster bomber WW2 aviation prints by Robert Taylor and Ivan Berryman.

PCK0508. Pack of two WW2 RAF Bomber Command prints by Robert Taylor and Ivan Berryman, depicting single Lancaster bombers.

Aviation Print Pack.

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DHM2606B. High Cost by Robert Taylor.

The crews of Bomber Command faced one of the most daunting tasks, calling for courage sustained night after night, in conditions of desperate danger and discomfort. They did not fail us and 55,573 paid the supreme sacrifice. In his new tribute to The Many, Robert Taylors evocative painting recreates a typical scene encountered by many Royal Air Force bomber squadrons on raids over enemy occupied territory: Having already survived 30 successful operational sorties, on 9 February 1945 Lancaster PG-G of 619 Squadron has been intercepted by Luftwaffe night-fighters during a raid over Stettin Bay.

Signatories: Flt Lt George Britton,
Flt Lt John Cox DFC,
Warrant Officer Richard Hearne,
Flt Lt Tom Austin DFC AE
and
Wg Com Mac England DFC.

RAF limited edition of 500 prints, with 5 signatures.

Print paper size 27 inches x 18 inches (69cm x 46cm)


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B16. Chadwicks Masterpiece by Ivan Berryman.

When Roy Chadwick first drew the Avro 679 Manchester bomber for the RAF, he could little have known that from this rather lacklustre machine would evolve the classic 683 Lancaster. This painting is not a record of any single event in the Lancasters illustrious history, rather a portrait of a fine aeroplane and a tribute to the many crews who flew and serviced them.

Signed limited edition of 250 prints.

Image size 17 inches x 10 inches (43cm x 25cm)


Website Price: £ 145.00  

To purchase these prints individually at their normal retail price would cost £290.00 . By buying them together in this special pack, you save £145




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*The value given for each signature has been calculated by us based on the historical significance and rarity of the signature. Values of many pilot signatures have risen in recent years and will likely continue to rise as they become more and more rare.
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Flight Lieutenant George Britton
*Signature Value : £25 (matted)

Joining the RAF in 1941, George trained on Wellington and Stirlings as a Wireless Operator and Air Gunner. Converting to Lancasters he was posted to 90 Squadron for his first operational tour, and then to 186 Squadron, still on Lancasters. George then found himself designated to be an Intelligence Officer at Lossiemouth, interrogating Italian POWs Finally, before leaving the service in 1946, he served in Sunderland flying boats, flying to West Africa, Europe and Scandinavia.
Flight Lieutenant John Cox DFC
*Signature Value : £15 (matted)

Born in 1923, after reaching eighteen, John Cox joined the RAF in March 1942. He soon found himself on the Queen Mary en-route to Canada for pilot training, returning to become operational on Lancasterís with 622 Squadron based at Mildenhall, whom he joined in July 1944. His tour of 30 operations included the successful raid on Walcheren Island in Holland, whose objective was to breach the sea wall in order to flood the island, forcing a full scale German retreat. After hostilities he flew for BOAC, followed by 27 years service with BA, becoming senior captain on 747s.


Flight Lieutenant Tom Austin DFC AE
*Signature Value : £15 (matted)

After joining the RAF in 1941 Tom Austin qualified as a pilot on Harvardís, then converted into Halifaxís. During the war years other aircraft he flew included Wellingtons, Stirlingís and Lancasterís. While flying Wellingtons as part of 199 Squadron during a raid over Dortmund, his aircraft was badly damaged but Tom managed to limp home, crash landing at Mildenhall.
Warrant Officer Richard Basher Hearne
*Signature Value : £15 (matted)

ĎBasherí Hearne joined the RAF in 1942 and trained as a Flight Engineer. His first operational posting was to 622 Squadron at Mildenhall in Suffolk, equipped with Stirlings, and then, in November 1943, he transferred to 15 Squadron, also flying from the same base. The squadron re-equipped with Lancasterís the following month.
Wing Commander Mac England DFC
*Signature Value : £50 (matted)

ĎMací England joined the RAF in 1938 and after qualifying, posted as a pilot into Lancasterís. In 1941 he was transferred from Bomber command to fighter Command-flying Spitfires on coastal sweeps. After a short period of time on Spitfires he was transferred back again to bomber Command, and in 1943 completed 30 Operations on Lancasterís. When he retired in 1974 he had flown a total of 36 different aircraft including Hunters and Canberras.

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