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Gunther Rall Signed Bf109 Prints by Ivan Berryman and Simon Atack. - worldnavalships.com

DHM1705C. Green Hearts by Ivan Berryman. <p> Situated 40 miles south west of Leningrad, the German occupied airfield at Siverskaya is now home to the famous Grunherz or Green Hearts of Jagdgeschwader 54. The harsh Russian winter of 1941 is starting to take hold as three Messerschmitt Bf109F-4 Friedrichs from III Gruppe take off into early morning sunshine to act as fighter escort to Stuka attacks on the Soviet fleet in Kronstadt Harbour. With its wheel covers removed to prevent snow jamming the undercarriage, lead aircraft Yellow 5 already shows signs of weathering to the partial whitewash hastily applied over summer camouflage. <b><p>Signed by General Gunther Rall (deceased). <p> Rall Knights Cross signature edition of 80 prints (numbered 21 - 100) <p> Image size 17 inches x 12 inches (43cm x 31cm)
SA1.  Eagle Strike by Simon Atack.  <p> Flying his Messerschmitt Me109G6, Major Gunther Rall, Group Commander of II./JG11 with over 200 air victories already to his credit, clashes with a P-47 Thunderbolt of the 63rd Sqn, 56th Fighter Group high over the Rhine south of Koblenz, May 12, 1944. Led by Colonel Hub Zemke, the 56th Fighter Group played advance guard to a deep penetration bomber raid to central Germany. As his forty eight P-47 Thunderbolts arrived to sweep the sky around the Koblenz - Frankfurt area, the Me109s of II./JG11 pounced from a 5000 feet height advantage. Simon Atacks high-impact painting shows Major Gunther Rall bringing down Hub Zemkes wingman, the first of two victories he claimed before himself being brought down by 56th Fighter Group P-47s later in the combat. Gunther Rall returned to combat flying, commanding JG300 until the end of hostilities by which time, with 275 air victories, he became the third highest scoring Ace in history.  <p><b>Less than 30 prints available in this sold out edition. </b><b><p> Signed by Generalleutnant Gunther Rall  (deceased) <p> Signed limited edition of 500 prints.  <p>Paper size 31 inches x 23 inches (79cm x 58cm)

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Gunther Rall Signed Bf109 Prints by Ivan Berryman and Simon Atack.

PCK2601. Gunther Rall Signed Bf109 Prints by Ivan Berryman and Simon Atack.

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DHM1705C. Green Hearts by Ivan Berryman.

Situated 40 miles south west of Leningrad, the German occupied airfield at Siverskaya is now home to the famous Grunherz or Green Hearts of Jagdgeschwader 54. The harsh Russian winter of 1941 is starting to take hold as three Messerschmitt Bf109F-4 Friedrichs from III Gruppe take off into early morning sunshine to act as fighter escort to Stuka attacks on the Soviet fleet in Kronstadt Harbour. With its wheel covers removed to prevent snow jamming the undercarriage, lead aircraft Yellow 5 already shows signs of weathering to the partial whitewash hastily applied over summer camouflage.

Signed by General Gunther Rall (deceased).

Rall Knights Cross signature edition of 80 prints (numbered 21 - 100)

Image size 17 inches x 12 inches (43cm x 31cm)


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SA1. Eagle Strike by Simon Atack.

Flying his Messerschmitt Me109G6, Major Gunther Rall, Group Commander of II./JG11 with over 200 air victories already to his credit, clashes with a P-47 Thunderbolt of the 63rd Sqn, 56th Fighter Group high over the Rhine south of Koblenz, May 12, 1944. Led by Colonel Hub Zemke, the 56th Fighter Group played advance guard to a deep penetration bomber raid to central Germany. As his forty eight P-47 Thunderbolts arrived to sweep the sky around the Koblenz - Frankfurt area, the Me109s of II./JG11 pounced from a 5000 feet height advantage. Simon Atacks high-impact painting shows Major Gunther Rall bringing down Hub Zemkes wingman, the first of two victories he claimed before himself being brought down by 56th Fighter Group P-47s later in the combat. Gunther Rall returned to combat flying, commanding JG300 until the end of hostilities by which time, with 275 air victories, he became the third highest scoring Ace in history.

Less than 30 prints available in this sold out edition.

Signed by Generalleutnant Gunther Rall (deceased)

Signed limited edition of 500 prints.

Paper size 31 inches x 23 inches (79cm x 58cm)


Website Price: 190.00  

To purchase these prints individually at their normal retail price would cost 335.00 . By buying them together in this special pack, you save 145




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