Anthony Saunders

Portfolio Sets

Some of Anthony Saunders prints are issued as a portfolio pair. This means that if you purchase both prints at the same time, not only is there a saving on the individual print price, but they are issued usually with matching edition numbers. Some prints that were originaly issued as a portfolio pair have sold out so only one of the pair may now be available. If this is the case the print is listed on it's own.

 

The Mighty Eighth Portfolio

The two prints, Clash of Eagles and A Welcome Return can be purchased as a pair at a reduced cost or individually as listed below. It may be possible to get matching edition numbers if ordered early enough.

Clash of Eagles and A Welcome Return (purchased together)

Limited edition (edition size 400) £170.00

Artist Proof (edition size 25) £250.00

Remarques (edition size 25) £550.00

Double Remarque (edition size 10) £850.00

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Clash of Eagles

Released as a pair with A WELCOME RETURN, Anthony Saunders' new painting, CLASH OF EAGLES, features P-51 Mustangs of the 20th Fighter Group, flying out of Kings Cliffe to engage Me109’s from JG77 in a furiously contested dogfight. Below them a formation of B-17’s from the 379th Bomb Group fly through the chaos, doggedly maintaining their course, as they head on to attack the huge synthetic oil refinery at Meresburg, southern Germany, on 11 September 1944. So vital was this refinery to the Nazi war machine that it became one of the most heavily defended targets in Germany, the air defences even surpassing those of Berlin.

Each print has been signed by the following P-51 Ace and veteran Luftwaffe pilot:

Lieutenant Colonel CLYDE EAST
Oberleutnant KURT SCHULZE

LIMITED EDITION
UK £95.00
Edition Size - 400

ARTIST PROOF
UK £140.00
Edition Size - 25

REMARQUE
UK £300.00
Edition Size - 25

THE DOUBLE REMARQUES (subject to availability)
UK £475.00
Edition Size - 10

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Overall size 26 1/2 " wide by 19 1/2" high

A Welcome Return

Released as a pair with CLASH OF EAGLES, the latest compelling painting from Anthony Saunders portrays the relieved but weary, crew members of ‘Ol Gappy’ of the 379th Bomb Group, as they nurse their battle scarred B-17G back to their base at Kimbolton. Close behind them, the remainder of the group, relieved to see familiar territory, makes its final approach after the grueling mission to Meresburg on 11 September 1944.

Each print has been signed by the following highly respected B-17 pilots who flew with the 8th Air Force in Europe.

Lieutenant Colonel ROBERT GOSSMAN
First Lieutenant LEONARD L. SPIVEY

Signed and Numbered Print
UK £95.00
Edition Size - 400

Artist Proof
UK £140.00
Edition Size - 25

Remarque
UK £300.00
Edition Size - 25

THE DOUBLE REMARQUES (subject to availability)
UK £475.00
Edition Size - 10

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Overall size 26 1/2 " wide by 19 1/2" high

The Battle For Italy Portfolio

The two prints, Battle Of The Brenner and Roam At Will can be purchased as a pair at a reduced cost or individually as listed below. It may be possible to get matching edition numbers if ordered early enough.

Battle Of The Brenner and Roam At Will (purchased together)

Limited edition (edition size 425) £170.00

Artist Proof (edition size 50) £250.00

Remarques (edition size 25) £550.00

Double Remarques (edition size 10) £850.00

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Battle For The Brenner

The last remaining units of the fascist Italian Air Force attempt to engage B25s from the 340th Bomb Group who have successfully destroyed a vital enemy rail bridge in the strategic Brenner Pass, northern Italy, 10 April 1945. The enemy Me109s are completely routed by escorting P51 Mustangs of the 325th Fighter Group who are quickly on the scene.There was only one way the Germans were going to re-supply their beleaguered army in Italy against the relentless assault of the Allies pushing northwards – and that was through the Brenner Pass in the Alps. The Allies knew that if they could destroy this strategic labyrinth of heavily defended road and rail bridges, the enemy would either be forced to surrender, or perish. And the task of destroying these bridges fell to men of the US Twelfth and Fifteenth Air Forces who must fly their heavily-laden bombers dangerously close to the rugged Alpine peaks, and endure a pounding from the anti-aircraft guns lining the narrow pass below. Not to mention any roving enemy fighters, or the turbulent weather over the mountains.

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Each print is personally signed and authenticated by a B-25 Pilot who flew Bombing missions in Southern Italy, the edition is also signed by the artist, and hand numbered.

Second Lieutenant GENE KOSCINSKI
456th Bomb Group Pilot, flew B-25's from Pantanella in Southern Italy

Signed and Numbered Print
UK £95.00
Edition Size - 425

Artist Proof
UK £140.00
Edition Size - 25

Remarque
UK £300.00
Edition Size - 25

Double Remarques
UK £475.00
Edition Size - 10

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Image Size: 213⁄8” wide x 141⁄8” high

Roam At Will

Returning to base after an arduous escort mission, Captain Art Fiedler leads a flight of P51 Mustangs from the 325th Fighter Group - the Checkertail Clan - through the Po Valley in northern Italy seeking out targets of opportunity amongst the retreating Axis forces, July 1944. When in December 1943 the 325th Fighter Group, the Checkertail Clan, had moved into south-eastern Italy they were soon escorting American bombers on long range missions deep into occupied Europe. In two years of air combat the Checkertails soon became one of the crack units in the Fifteenth Air Force, destroying a staggering 537 enemy aircraft in the air, and accounting for many more on the ground.

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The edition is signed by the artist and hand numbered and each print is individually hand signed and authenticated by one of the foremost Aces in the 325th Fighter Group.

Colonel ART FIEDLER
325th Fighter Group Ace with 8 Victories

Signed and Numbered Print
UK £95.00
Edition Size - 425

Artist Proof
UK £140.00
Edition Size - 25

Remarque
UK £300.00
Edition Size - 25

Double Remarques
UK £475.00
Edition Size - 10

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Image Size: 21 3⁄8” wide x 14 1⁄8” high

Night Skies Over The Reich

A Commemorative Portfolio

The two prints, Night Hunters and Berlin Boar Fight can be purchased as a pair at a reduced cost or individually as listed below. It may be possible to get matching edition numbers if ordered early enough.

Night Hunters and Berlin Boar Fight (purchased together)

Limited edition (edition size 425) Price £170.00

Artist Proof (edition size 50) Price £250.00

Remarques (edition size 25) Price £550.00

Double Remarques (edition size 10) Price £850.00

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Berlin Boar Fight

On the night of 23/24 August 1943, a lone Fw190 of the Luftwaffe’s crack unit JG300 Wilde Sau, defiantly engages a force of RAF Lancasters in the heavily defended, flak-torn skies over Berlin. With the heavy bombers illuminated by bursting flak and the fires of the burning city below, the Luftwaffe pilot engages his target, just one of over 700 RAF long-range bombers thrown into the assault that night.

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Depicting the full drama of this massive raid, Anthony Saunders’ powerful painting – Berlin Boar Fight – is a masterful interpretation of events that night, created with extra authenticity of first hand reports from some of those who took part.

Each print has been individually signed by a further two RAF Bomber Command veterans who flew Lancasters on night time bombing raids over Germany along with one of the Luftwaffe’s most respected night fighter Aces:

Warrant Officer REG WHITE
Rear Gunner with 460 Sqn, was shot down on a Berlin raid and taken PoW.

Flight Lieutenant ERIC HOOKINGS
Pilot with 619 Sqn, shot down by Fw190 night-fighter and taken PoW.

Oberleutnant ROLF EBHARDT Iron Cross
Flew Fw190 and Me110 Night Fighters, scoring 8 victories.

THE LIMITED EDITION
UK £95.00
Edition Size - 350

THE ARTIST PROOFS
UK £140.00
Edition Size - 25

THE REMARQUES
UK £300.00
Edition Size - 25

THE DOUBLE REMARQUES (subject to availability)
UK £475.00
Edition Size - 10

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Overall Size: 26 ½” wide x 19 5⁄8” high

Night Hunters

Leutnant Jorg Cypionka of 10./NJG11 engages a powerful incoming force of fast, high-flying RAF Mosquitos from 139 (Jamaica) Squadron (PFF) in one of his unit’s few remaining ME262A jets. The Mosquito crews, however, know the dangers of these hotly contested skies over Berlin only too well.

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Anthony Saunders’ powerful painting Night Hunters depicts this legendary endgame as adversaries engage in deadly duels over Berlin.

Each print has been personally signed by two highly respected veterans who flew Mosquito's over Berlin and one of the Luftwaffe's most prominant Me262 night-fighter pilots:

Flying Officer MIKE BAYON DFC
Navigator with 139 Sqn, Light Night Strike Force.

Flight Lieutenant GEORGE CASH DFC
Navigator with 139 Sqn, Light Night Strike Force.

Leutnant JORG CYPIONKA Iron Cross
Flew Me262 night-fighter 'Red 6' with NJG11 scoring two victories

THE LIMITED EDITION
UK £95.00
Edition Size - 350

THE ARTIST PROOFS
UK £140.00
Edition Size - 25

THE REMARQUES
UK £300.00
Edition Size - 25

DOUBLE REMARQUES - Subject to availability
£475.00
Edition Size - 10

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Overall Size: 26 ½” wide x 19 5⁄8” high

The Dambusters

70th Anniversary Portfolio

The two prints, Final Briefing and The Breach can be purchased as a pair at a reduced cost or individually as listed below. It may be possible to get matching edition numbers if ordered early enough.

Final Briefing and The Breach (purchased together)

Limited edition (edition size 425) Price £170.00

Artist Proof (edition size 50) Price £250.00

Remarques (edition size 25) Price £550.00

Double Remarques (edition size 10) Price £850.00

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Final Briefing

RAF Scampton: 16 May 1943 20.55 hrs - Guy Gibson readies his crew to climb inside their waiting Lancaster – AJ-G ‘George’. A red flare will soon curl skywards, burning brightly against the sun’s fast-fading rays; it is the signal to start engines and at 21.39 G-George will get airborne, leading the first wave of three aircraft. For the crews of 617 Squadron the weeks of intensive training were now over – Operation Chastise was underway.

Everyone at Scampton suspected that something big was about to happen. The crews of the recently formed 617 Squadron, hand-picked by Wing Commander Guy Gibson, had been training hard for weeks and the rumour on the grapevine suggested it might be the Tirpitz they were after. But then, late in the afternoon of 16 May 1943 came the call over the station tannoy that they had all been waiting for: ‘All crews of 617 Squadron to report to the briefing room – immediately.’

The buzz of excited conversation dropped into silence as Gibson addressed them, and the secret was shared: their small force was about to attack the major dams of western Germany. It was what they had been waiting for and they would go that night.

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Every print has been hand numbered and personally signed by the artist along with a veteran that took part in this historic event:

Corporal MAUREEN STEVENS WAAF
Served as the duty operator in the main control tower throughout the Raid, relaying information from the aircrews to the senior Commanders. She talked the surviving crews back to Scampton and also had the sad task of listening out till the last for those who didn't make it home.

THE LIMITED EDITION
UK £95.00
Edition Size - 350

THE ARTIST PROOFS
UK £140.00
Edition Size - 25

THE REMARQUES
UK £300.00
Edition Size - 25

THE DOUBLE REMARQUES (subject to availability)
UK £475.00
Edition Size - 10

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Overall Print Size: 26 ½" wide x 19 ½" high

The Breach

The Möhne Dam: 17 May 1943, 00.49 hrs - Guy Gibson engages enemy flak positions whilst Lancaster AJ-J, with pilot David Maltby at the controls, banks steeply away after delivering the coup-de-grace. A huge explosion and towering pillar of water marks the breach where a vast torrent begins to flood the valley below.

The journey had been eventful, flying low they had crossed the Dutch coast and headed inland, skimming along canals and the countryside at tree-top height and meeting heavy flak at various points along the route. Yet now the first two waves of Lancasters had reached the Möhne Dam and, as the enemy flak opened up, the six aircraft began to circle their target.

First Gibson in AJ-G attacked, his bomb exploding successfully, ‘Hoppy’ Hopgood crashed after being hit by gunfire, and then ‘Mick’ Martin in Lancaster AJ-P made his bomb run, yet despite being hit twice, the dam still held. Next Gibson called in ‘Dinghy’ Young in AJ-A, he too scored a direct hit but it seemed the dam was still un-breached. Things were looking bad as David Maltby in AJ-J made his run into the target but the top of the wall was starting to crumble. Young’s bouncing bomb had in fact cracked the dense granite wall and Maltby finished the job with a direct hit – the Möhne Dam was doomed.

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Along with the artist, each print has been signed by a veteran who flew on the Dambusters mission:

Squadron Leader GEORGE 'JOHNNY' JOHNSON DFM
He served as Bomb Aimer on American Joe McCarthy’s Lancaster AJ-T, but as they were using a reserve aircraft, George did not have the benefit of the twin Aldis spotlights for accurate height keeping. So on their tenth pass George released his bomb, scoring a direct hit – but the earth dam survived the blast.

THE LIMITED EDITION
UK £95.00
Edition Size - 350

THE ARTIST PROOFS
UK £140.00
Edition Size - 25

THE REMARQUES
UK £300.00
Edition Size - 25

THE DOUBLE REMARQUES (subject to availability)
UK £475.00
Edition Size - 10

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Overall Print Size: 26 ½" wide x 19 ½" high

The Longest Day - 6 June 1944

A D-Day Portfolio

The two prints, Return Of The Hunters and Dawn Breakers can be purchased as a pair at a reduced cost or individually as listed below. It may be possible to get matching edition numbers if ordered early enough.

Return Of The Hunters and Dawn Breakers (purchased together)

Limited edition (edition size 425) Price £170.00

Artist Proof (edition size 50) Price £250.00

Remarques (edition size 25) Price £550.00

Double Remarques (edition size 10) Price £850.00

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Return Of The Hunters

Throughout the early morning of 6 June 1944, men of the US 29th Infantry Division had fought their way yard by yard across the bloody shingle of Omaha Beach, but the strong German opposition was unexpected. It was the same on most sectors of ‘bloody Omaha’ beach that morning. Showing unparalleled levels of bravery and determination, the US infantrymen finally prevailed and within days the scene on the beach was a hive of activity as ‘Mulberry A’ - one of two giant artificial harbours that had been towed across the Channel – was erected off this once-deadly beach. Anthony Saunders’ intensely graphic new painting depicts a pair of RAF Typhoons from 245 Sqn over the American Mulberry. They race back to their base in Hampshire to re-fuel and re-arm after delivering a blistering rocket attack on German positions behind the everwidening Normandy beachhead.

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Each print has been personally signed by three highly distinguished Pilots who flew Typhoons in support of the Allied invasion of Normandy. Every print is endorsed by the artist and hand-numbered.

Flying Officer DEREK TAPSON
Wing Commander JERRY EATON DFC
Flight Lieutenant DAVID INCE

THE LIMITED EDITION
UK £95.00
Edition Size - 350

THE ARTIST PROOFS
UK £140.00
Edition Size - 25

THE REMARQUED EDITION
UK £300.00
Edition Size - 25

THE DOUBLE REMARQUES (subject to availability)
UK £475.00
Edition Size - 10

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 Overall Print Size: 26 ½” wide x 19 5⁄8” high

Dawn Breakers

As the first rays of dawn broke over Gold Beach on the morning of 6 June 1944, twenty- three Halifax bombers from 76 Squadron headed inland over the breaking surf below. Their task: to annihilate the large German coastal gun battery of Mont Fleury that overlooked the beach where elements of the British 50th Division would shortly be landing. Anthony Saunders’ superb painting catches the moment as the Halifaxes, now escorted by American P-51s of the 359th Fighter Group, survey the extraordinary sight unfolding below them. Carried by a vast flotilla of landing craft, the first assault brigades of the 50th Division steam towards the Normandy shore where, despite heavy initial opposition, the British forces soon broke through. By midnight the 50th Division had landed over 25,000 men, and linking up with the Canadians on Juno Beach, had secured a deep bridgehead along a six mile front. The Battle for Caen and their long, slow march to Berlin had begun.

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Each print has been personally signed by three aircrew who flew on Halifaxes throughout Europe. Every print is endorsed by the artist and hand-numbered.

Flight Lieutenant ERIC BERNARD
Flight Lieutenant JAMES HAMPTON
Warrant Officer REX STATHAM

THE LIMITED EDITION
UK £95.00
Edition Size - 350

THE ARTIST PROOFS
UK £140.00
Edition Size - 25

THE REMARQUED EDITION
UK £300.00
Edition Size - 25

THE DOUBLE REMARQUES (subject to availability)
UK £475.00
Edition Size - 10

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Overall Print Size: 26 ½” wide x 19 5⁄8” high

Battle of Britain 70th Aniversary

Portfolio

The two prints, Merlin Chorus and Fear Nothing can be purchased as a pair at a reduced cost or individually as listed below. It may be possible to get matching edition numbers if ordered early enough.

Merlin Chorus and Fear Nothing (purchased together)

Limited edition (edition size 400) Price £170.00

Artist Proof (edition size 25) Price £250.00

Remarques (edition size 25) Price £550.00

Double Remarques (edition size 10) Price £850.00

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Merlin Chorus

Fresh from a successful action over marauding Me110s and Me109s attempting a raid on Portland during the Battle of Britain, Spitfires of 152 Squadron, with the distinctive sound of their Merlin engines echoing around Lulworth Cove, return to their base at Warmwell to re-fuel and re-arm. Thankfully all will land safely, ready to continue the bitter struggle while Goering’s Luftwaffe intensify their attacks as they try to gain air superiority during one of the most decisive battles ever fought. An outstanding piece released to commemorate the 70th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain

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Each print is personally signed by TWO Battle of Britain Spitfire pilots, and every print is also signed by the artist, and hand numbered.

Warrant Officer DAVID DENCHFIELD
610 Sqn Spitfires

Wing Commander GEORGE SWANWICK
54 Sqn Spitfires

Signed and Numbered Print
UK £95.00
Edition Size - 400

Artist Proof
UK £140.00
Edition Size - 25

Remarque
UK £300.00
Edition Size - 25

THE DOUBLE REMARQUES (subject to availability)
UK £475.00
Edition Size - 10

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Overall Size: 26 ½” wide x 19 ¾” high

Fear Nothing

The Battle of Britain is at its height but the threat of invasion is still a deadly reality. As the country waited, grim and expectant, for Hiltler’s Operation Sealion to be put into action, Blenheims from 105 Squadron make another strike against German troop barges assembling in the northern French port of Boulogne. Overhead, escorting Hurricanes of 501 Squadron engage in a savage tussle with Me109s of JG3. An outstanding piece released to commemorate the 70th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain

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Each print is individually hand signed by TWO Battle of Britain veterans, a Hurricane pilot and a Blenheim Air Gunner. Every print is also signed by the artist, and hand numbered.

Flight Lieutenant TERRY CLARK DFM
219 Sqn Blenhiems

Squadron Leader TONY PICKERING
501 Sqn Hurricanes

Signed and Numbered Print
UK £95.00
Edition Size - 400

Artist Proof
UK £140.00
Edition Size - 25

Remarque
UK £300.00
Edition Size - 25

THE DOUBLE REMARQUES (subject to availability)
UK £475.00
Edition Size - 10

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Overall Size: 26 ½” wide x 19 ¾” high

The Kriegsmarine Portfolio

The two prints, Break Out and Eismeer Patrol can be purchased as a pair at a reduced cost or individually as listed below. It may be possible to get matching edition numbers if ordered early enough.

Break Out and Eismeer Patrol (purchased together)

Limited edition (edition size 400) Price £170.00

Artist Proof (edition size 25) Price £250.00

Remarques (edition size 25) Price £550.00

Double Remarques (edition size 10) Price £850.00

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Breakout

The pride of the German Kriegsmarine, the battleship Bismark, breaks out from Norwegian waters into the open sea on the evening of May 21st 1941, accompanied by an escort fleet and a complement of Me109s from 3./JG77 and Me110s from ZG76. It's voyage would be short lived, however. After a shattering victory over Britain's famous HMS Hood, the Royal Navy hunted and eventually sunk the mighty battleship on May 27th, 1941.

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Each print has been personally signed by the artist as well as A pilot who flew escorts to the Bismarck in Norway with ZG76:

Hauptmann KARL-FRITZ SCHLOSSSTEIN

Signed and Numbered Print
UK £95.00
Edition Size - 400

Artist Proof
UK £140.00
Edition Size - 25

Remarque
UK £300.00
Edition Size - 25

THE DOUBLE REMARQUES (subject to availability)
UK £475.00
Edition Size - 10

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Overall Size: 26 ½” wide x 19 ¾” high

Eismeer Patrol

On the morning of March 11th 1943, Fw190s from IV./JG5 fly escort to the mighty battleship Tirpitz and a screening fleet of destroyers and torpedo boats as they begin a voyage north to Bogen Bay during Operation Rostock. Designed to evade the increasingly frequent British bombing raids, the Tirpitz joined an impressive German naval battle fleet gathering near Narvik. In this fleet, it posed a grave threat to Arctic convoys before its destruction on November 12th, 1944.

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Each print has been signed by the artist along with one of the few survivors rescued from the upturned hull of the Tirpitz along with one of the last pilots to fly over the sinking vessel.

Leutnant Zur See WILLI VOLSING
Oberleutnant KURT SCHULZE

Signed and Numbered Print
UK £95.00
Edition Size - 400

Artist Proof
UK £140.00
Edition Size - 25

Remarque
UK £300.00
Edition Size - 25

THE DOUBLE REMARQUES (subject to availability)
UK £475.00
Edition Size - 10

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Overall Size: 26 ½” wide x 19 ¾” high

D-Day Portfolio

The two prints, Juno Beach and Bridge Busters can be purchased as a pair at a reduced cost or individually as listed below. It may be possible to get matching edition numbers if ordered early enough.

Juno Beach and Bridge Busters (purchased together)

Limited edition (edition size 400) Price £170.00

Artist Proof (edition size 25) Price £250.00

Remarques (edition size 25) Price £550.00

Double Remarques (edition size 10) Price £850.00

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Juno Beach

A s shells from the naval bombardment whistle overhead, and ground-fire crackles around them, a pair of Mk IXb Spitfires from 412 Canadian Squadron make a fast run over Juno Beach, in support of the Third Canadian Division storming ashore. Landing craft negotiate their way through choppy seas and mined beach obstacles to discharge men at the water’s edge, ready to assault the high sea wall, as tanks begin to open fire on nearby enemy positions.

Each print is signed by two highly distinguished Spitfire pilots who flew combat over the D-Day invasion beaches.

Wing Commander PETER AYERST DFC
Squadron Leader FRANCISZEK KORNICKI

Signed and Numbered Print
UK £95.00
Edition Size - 400

Artist Proof
UK £140.00
Edition Size - 25

Remarque
UK £300.00
Edition Size - 25

THE DOUBLE REMARQUES (subject to availability)
UK £475.00
Edition Size - 10

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Each Print Overall Size: 26 ³/8” wide x 20 5/8” high

Bridge Busters

With orders to destroy, delay or disrupt enemy forces en-route to the Normandy battle area, P-47 Thunderbolts from the 78th Fighter Group launch a blistering high-speed, low-level attack, on a German freight train in occupied northern France, June 1944. Desperately attempting to transport vital supplies to the front by daylight, it has fallen prey to the cannons and bombs of the eagle-eyed Thunderbolt pilots.

Each print has been signed by two highly-respected USAAF P-47 fighter pilots, who both flew interdiction missions in P-47s after D-Day.

Captain WAYNE COLEMAN
First Lieutenant SAMUEL ‘BUZZARD’ LUTZ

Signed and Numbered Print
UK £95.00
Edition Size - 400

Artist Proof
UK £140.00
Edition Size - 25

Remarque
UK £300.00
Edition Size - 25

THE DOUBLE REMARQUES (subject to availability)
UK £475.00
Edition Size - 10

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Each Print Overall Size: 26 ³/8” wide x 20 5/8” high

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