SECONDARY MARKET
by Robert Taylor

Occasionally The Military Gallery is able to offer a small selection of sold-out prints on the Secondary Market. All prints are carefully inspected and supplied with original Certificate of Authenticity. Click on thumbnail image or title to see larger image and more details. To find out about prices and availability please contact the Military Gallery

 

ABBEVILLE BOYS

Adolf Galland's Fighter Wing JG-26 (Me109s) taking off to do combat with R.A.F. Spitfires and Hurricanes.

ACES ON THE WESTERN FRONT

Me109s returning to their base in Northern France, early spring 1941. Prints are signed by four of the great Luftwaffe Aces.
 

 

AGAINST ALL ODDS

Caught on the surface in the Straits of Gibraltar, gun crews of a type VIIc U-Boat fight off attack by a PBY Catalina. Prints signed by U-Boat commanders.

AGAINST ALL ODDS

Caught on the surface in the Straits of Gibraltar, gun crews of a type VIIc U-Boat fight off attack by a PBY Catalina. Prints signed by U-Boat commanders.
 

 

AGAINST ALL ODDS

Caught on the surface in the Straits of Gibraltar, gun crews of a type VIIc U-Boat fight off attack by a PBY Catalina. Prints signed by U-Boat commanders.

AIR ARMADA - THE HARDEST DAYS PART I

Robert Taylor’s magnificent masterwork, Air Armada, recreates a moment on that day as Heinz Bär, the Luftwaffe’s top-scoring NCO Ace of the Battle of Britain and one of the greatest Aces in history, climbs away from his airfield near Calais with the other pilots of 1./JG51 to escort the Do17s of KG76 for yet another deadly attack on the RAF. Away in the distance, Me110s from EPRG 210 also prepare to join the epic encounters that lie ahead.
 

 

AIR ARMADA - THE HARDEST DAYS PART I

Robert Taylor’s magnificent masterwork, Air Armada, recreates a moment on that day as Heinz Bär, the Luftwaffe’s top-scoring NCO Ace of the Battle of Britain and one of the greatest Aces in history, climbs away from his airfield near Calais with the other pilots of 1./JG51 to escort the Do17s of KG76 for yet another deadly attack on the RAF. Away in the distance, Me110s from EPRG 210 also prepare to join the epic encounters that lie ahead.

AIR ARMADA - THE HARDEST DAYS PART I

Robert Taylor’s magnificent masterwork, Air Armada, recreates a moment on that day as Heinz Bär, the Luftwaffe’s top-scoring NCO Ace of the Battle of Britain and one of the greatest Aces in history, climbs away from his airfield near Calais with the other pilots of 1./JG51 to escort the Do17s of KG76 for yet another deadly attack on the RAF. Away in the distance, Me110s from EPRG 210 also prepare to join the epic encounters that lie ahead.
 

 

AMERICA STRIKES BACK

Ken Taylor in his P-40 Tomahawk, bringing down his second enemy aircraft on December 7, 1941, an Aichi D-3Al ' Val' dive-bomber. In the background palls of smoke rise from the up-turned battleship Oklahoma. Pilot signed print.


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SECONDARY MARKET
by Robert Taylor

 

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