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Original Pencil Drawings
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Dang guys I don’t know what to say, that Russell Smith Triplane drawing 

That Wildcat is the best I have ever seen

That Rudel Framed piece is awesome city, as you can see below I did almost the same thing with 7 monster signatures

and a huge pencil drawing! Did you do your matting framing at Virginia Baders Gallery, it looks amazing! I frame all my stuff

with her its big money but solo worth it.

My double signed SANKE CARD #373 Oswald Boelke and Max Immellmann

SANKE CARD double signed

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January 4, 2015 - 1:08 am
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Fuzzy that Triplane Pencil Drawing by Russell Smith takes the cake wow!

 

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January 4, 2015 - 1:16 am
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I really like Mark Postlethaite as person and artist  here is one of my double remarques he did for me:

I love it: Different what do you guys think?

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digging through my old stuff cool double

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Hal love that pencil drawing. I had to settle for the print but it does have 100 battle of britain sigs

 

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Wade Meyers said
One of Jim Dietz’s large studies (pencil on vellum) at the NMNA at Pensacola. I believe this one is the final study for Best on Deck:

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Wade that piece is sick OMG how frigging awesome!!!!! Good or you

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Pat,

Thanks for the kind words on Russell’s Triplane drawing.  It’s not often that a drawing really catches my eye – but that one sure did.

Nice close up of Richard Taylor’s Tojo!  He sure is great with a pencil!

Kurt

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Robert Taylor – Original pencil drawings issued with the Battle of Britain proof editions of Valiant Response.

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I missed out on Wade Meyers first book with those wonderful, big drawings he did for those who requested them.  So when I saw that this original drawing was available I jumped on it.  This is an 8 x 10 image on toned gray paper, graphite with white charcoal highlights. On the way to me now.

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What a great drawing hellcat6 (and Wade is an excellent artist).  Thanks for sharing it!

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Taylorprints said
Robert Taylor – Dambusters – M Mother

Sepia drawing  by Robert of Hopgood’s plane M Mother which crashed after attacking the Mohne Dam. Included in the matting is a piece of M Mother recovered from the crash site and the signature of Tony Burcher who survived the crash and became a POW.

I’ve not been on the site for a long time (collecting medals more than prints at present) but nice to see this one again!

Jon

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Taylorprints said
Robert Taylor

Original pencil drawing, Me109 of JG27 completed for the “Hunters in the Desert” print brochure. Matted with Marseille signature (scanned, original is in ink and would fade) and replica squadron badge.

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That is my biggest Robert Taylor regret! I’m so sorry for not getting that when I had the chance! Grats

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February 10, 2015 - 12:40 am
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Nice drawing, and nice presentation!

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Robert Taylor pencil drawing of a JU88 completed in 1987, matted with the signatures of Hajo Herrmann and Hugo Sperrle. This image was used on page 126 of RT’s Air Combat Paintings Book 1.

 

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Beautiful drawing!

Hugo Sperrle!  Has anyone ever looked the part of a German General better than Hugo Sperrle?  I think not!

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Robert Taylor – Original pencil drawing used in the brochure for “Spitfires over Darwin” of Clive Caldwell in Spitfire BS234, Darwin 43. Drawing is matted with original RAAF wings, Clive Caldwell signature and a replica Distinguished Service Order (DSO) medal. Framing nicely completed by AH.

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Excellent drawing and excellent framing – thanks for sharing!

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Really well-done Spitfire drawing!  Nice to see.

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Here is a nice little pencil sketch on vellum by David Poole that I picked up in a trade.

 

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Nice drawing!  The Dauntless looks good from almost any angle.

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