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Old 23rd April 2021, 00:46
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Original One of a Kind Signed Profile Artwork - Dominic Winter Auctioneers - May 20, 2021

Hello Everyone!!

I am finally in the process of downsizing my original signed art collection and will be offering the following items through Dominic Winter Auctioneers on Thursday, May 20th, 2021 at 10:00am (GMT / UK). www.dominicwinter.co.uk

Detailed and full descriptions of each piece can be found on the accompanying YouTube video link.

All of these pieces are original, one of a kind paintings. There are no other copies in the world. The signatures all authentic and have been personally signed in pencil for archival purposes.

1. Supermarine Spitfire Mk. VII – Air Commodore Peter Malam "Pete" Brothers, CBE, DSO, DFC & Bar (30 September 1917 – 18 December 2008) - Royal Air Force ace fighter pilot in WWII. Air Commodore Brothers was credited with 16 aerial victories, 10 of which he achieved during the Battle of Britain. Original profile painting in airbrush acrylic on wove paper, laid on card, signed in pencil, “Wing Commander Pete Brothers C.O. Culmhead Wing – June 1944” , also signed in pencil by artist and dated 2005 to lower right, sheet 38 x 63.4cm (15” x 25” ins). For more details, see: https://youtu.be/seg7M5Fcl1I

2. 325th Fighter Group - “Checkertail Clan” – Famed USAAF Fighter Group – 15th Air Force North American P-51D Mustang “Helen”- pilot Arthur Fiedler. One of a kind multi-signed original profile painting in airbrush acrylic on wove paper, laid on card, signed in pencil by dozens of WWII 325th Fighter Group veterans including several fighter aces – also signed in pencil by artist and dated 1994 to lower right, sheet 38 x 63.4cm (15” x 25” ins). For more details, see: https://youtu.be/TcT7Cmci0lc(a copy of this short film accompanies object.)

3. Lockheed P-38J Lightning, “Scat II”, pilot Brigadier General Robin Olds (July 14, 1922 –June 14, 2007) was an ace American fighter pilot and general officer in the United States Air Force. He was a "triple ace", with a combined total of 17 victories in WWII and the Vietnam War. One of a kind, original profile painting in airbrush acrylic on wove paper, laid on card, signed in pencil, “B. General Robin Olds (ret.) – 434th Fighter Squadron – 479th Fighter Group – Pilot of “Scat II.”, also signed in pencil by artist and dated 2004 to lower right, sheet 38 x 63.4cm (15” x 25” ins). For more details, see: https://youtu.be/kTQT0lLAm_s(a copy of this short film accompanies object.)

4. Messerschmitt Me-262A-1 – Jagdgeschwader JG 7 “Novotny” – Pilot OberleutnantWalter Schuck (30 July 1920 – 27 March 2015)Knight’s Cross/Oak Leaves - Luftwaffe fighter ace, claiming 206 enemy aircraft shot down in over 500 combat missions flown. One of a kind, original profile painting in airbrush acrylic on wove paper, laid on card, signed in pencil by approximately “Walter Schuck – J.G. 7 - signed in pencil by artist and dated 2007 to lower right, sheet 30.48 x 76.20cm (15” x 25”). Also included original 8” x 10” B & W signed reproduction photograph of Schuck in permanent black ink. For more details, see: https://youtu.be/eYS62l-NfH0(a copy of this short film accompanies object.)

5. 91st Bomb Group “Wray's Ragged Irregulars”– Boeing B-17F Flying Fortress - 336th Bomb Squadron- “Shamrock Special.” Famed Eighth Air Force Bomb Group (H) – Completed 340 Combat Missions and suffered the highest of bombers lost in the Eighth Air Force during WWII. One of a kind, original profile painting in airbrush acrylic on wove paper, laid on card, signed in pencil by dozens of WWII 91st Bomb Group veterans including Pilot/Co-pilot of “Memphis Belle.” - signed in pencil by artist and dated 2002 to lower right, sheet 30.48 x 76.20cm (12” x 30”). For more details, see: https://youtu.be/k11ls3IZBFs(a copy of this short film accompanies object.)

1. 6. Supermarine Spitfire Mk.Vb EN951 – 133 “Eagle” Squadron – Pilot: Donald James Matthew Blakeslee (September 11, 1917 – September 3, 2008). American ace fighter pilot who flew Spitfires in the RCAF & RAF before being transferred to the USAAF – Commanding Officer – Fourth Fighter Group. Blakeslee flew more combat hours than any other American fighter pilot in history and was credited with 15.5 aerial victories in WWII. One of a kind, original profile painting in airbrush acrylic on wove paper, laid on card, signed “Don Blakeslee – 133 Eagle Squadron – Dieppe, August 17, 1942” – also signed in pencil by artist and dated 2003 to lower right, sheet 30.48 x 76.20cm (15” x 25”). For more details, see: https://youtu.be/2pEHT3C1lfc(a copy of this short film accompanies object.)

7. Focke Wulf Fw-190A-6 – Pilot: Hans-Joachim "Hajo" Herrmann (01 August 1913 – 05 November 2010)[- WWII Luftwaffe ace pilot, awarded the Knight's Cross - Oak Leaves and Swords. Herrmann directed the creation of Nachtflieger Jagdgeschwader JG 300 in response to the Royal Air Force Bomber Command offensive. One of a kind, original profile painting in airbrush acrylic on wove paper, laid on card, signed “Hajo Herrmann – JG300” – also signed in pencil by artist and dated 2007 to lower right, sheet 30.48 x 76.20cm (15” x 25”). Also included – signed colour 8”x10” reproduction photograph of Herrmann signed in permanent silver ink on high quality Fuji photo paper. For more details, see: https://youtu.be/qJcNw1gARbY(a copy of this short film accompanies object.)

8. Royal Canadian Air Force - Hawker Typhoon IB – RCAF 440 Squadron- “City of Ottawa.” One of a kind, original profile painting signed my multiple (20+) WWII RCAF/RAF Hawker Typhoon fighter pilots in pencil - airbrush acrylic on wove paper, laid on card also signed in pencil by artist and dated 1998 to lower right, sheet 30.48 x 76.20cm (15” x 25”). For more details, see: https://youtu.be/0_PmRtjrBQc (a copy of this short film accompanies object.)

Thank you for all your interest in these amazing pieces of World War II aviation history.

Cheers!!

Mark Copeland











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