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"World War II Aces 

Signature Series"

One of a Kind and Only Available From Wings...


 

World War 2 Aviation Art

Those of us who have been collecting aviation art prints over the past 20-years are fortunate enough to have prints signed by some of the greatest combat pilots in history. Sadly, many of these heroes have passed on to that Great Valhalla in the sky and have become the stuff of legends. As collectors, we keep these legends alive whenever we get a chance to talk about them to whoever will listen! Many of these heroes, and there were truly only a handful, became inspirational leaders, with the rare talent of making those they lead better than they thought they could be. I walk past my collection everyday and names like Doolittle, Olds, Anderson, Johnson, Bader, Reid, Galland, Rahl, and Hartman welcome me. 

This is your chance to have all these signatures in your collection... customized to exactly what you want.  Wings has over 70,000 individual profiles and original signatures in stock. All the great fighter aces and bomber crews. Click here for RAF or Luftwaffe.


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Aviation Art Signatures

30-years ago, selected combat pilots wrote their own biographies.  These were published unedited and returned to the pilots, where they were individually signed.

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ets of these signed profiles came in beautiful embossed albums. RAF and RCAF Fighter and Bomber Command, together with Luftwaffe pilots, made this Profile biography series one of the most remarkable collectibles of World War II memorabilia ever offered. Pilots who flew and fought each other in mortal combat joined together, re-creating their vivid memories of those great air battles.
 
German Fighter Ace Signature Hartmann
 
British Fighter Ace Signature
 

In this series, you can read the personally narrated biographical stories of these magnificent individuals and gain a unique insight into the personalities of this rare breed of men. Men, who later in life, have become comrades and members of that fraternity that can say “We few, We happy few, We Band of Brothers."

Each Profile is published on heavy stock.  The 24 RAF and the 36 RCAF profiles each measure 8.25” x 10.5”. The Luftwaffe profiles measure 8.5” x 11”.  The profiles come in heavily embossed albums as illustrated below above. Priced at just $495.00 per set, these are truly collectible gems.



German Ace

German Ace Signature Luftwaffe

Luftwaffe Signatures

Famous German Luftwaffe pilots

Famous RAF Pilots Signatures

British RAF Pilot Signature

For those who wish to purchase Secondary Market prints from us, together with signed profiles, a special price schedule is available. We can work to make your dream collection fit your budget, with interest free and payment plans customized for you

For more details, please call us toll free at 1-800-545-9464.

 

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THE LUFTWAFFE TRILOGY

A new series published exclusively by Wings and limited to only 95 prints. Rare signatures of the Luftwaffe's greatest fighter aces, including Galland, Hartmann, Rall, and many, many more! Order the set or the prints individually. Click below to learn more.

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A BATTLE OF BRITAIN TRIBUTE: CHURCHILL'S FEW 

At the height of the Battle of Britain, Churchill's "FEW" were grossly out numbered 4 to 1 in the skies over southern England. The Few - barely 750 fighter pilots of 11 and 12 Group - bore the brunt of the battle. These young men were all that stood between Victory and Hitler's Operation Sea Lion, the occupation of England by Germany that would have effectively ended the war in 1940. 



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Ramrod Outward Bound

A stirring salute to the Mighty 8th Air Force in World War II. During the desperate winter of 1944/45, the skies over Germany would be studded with thousands of allied aircraft on Ramrod missions. John Shaw has created a masterpiece depicting triple Ace, Clarence E. "Bud" Anderson, in Old Crow (his famous P51D) defending B17s of the 100th Bomb Group. 



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Into The Storm

The F-4 Phantom began its Pacific combat career on August 5th,1964, flying its first sortie off the "Connie" during the Vietnam War. Baptized on the hot anvil of war, this huge aircraft went on to serve as a front line aircraft with eleven other nations. The F-4's main advantage was its tremendous thrust, allowing its combat crews to engage or disengage at will.

 
  
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For those who wish to purchase Secondary Market prints from us, together with signed profiles, a special price schedule is available. We can work to make your dream collection fit your budget, with interest free and payment plans customized for you

For more details, please call us toll free at 1-800-545-9464.

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