"Spitfire Patrol" Original Pencil Drawing and Fragment

Product no.: A-00241
Price incl. VAT, plus delivery
Delivery weight: 4 kg

A framed original pencil drawing of a Supermarine Spitfire, mounted with a genuine relic from Spitfire Mk.IIa, P7309 which crashed during the Battle of Britain on 25th October 1940. This original fragment of copper tube, excavated from the crash site, bears a plate with the makers identification stamps still clearly visible.

Pilot Officer Peter Olver safely baled out and the aircraft crashed at Pickdick Farm, Brede, East Sussex He was shot down by Major Werner Molders of JG51, flying a Bf 109.

This is a highly unique and historically significant artefact from the Battle of Britain combined with an original artwork.

This original pencil drawing is on heavyweight acid free art paper.  The aircraft's markings have been subtly picked out in waterclour, further adding to the uniqueness of this special piece. The overall frame size measures approx. 63 x 53 cm.

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