Eagles High by Robert Taylor SM
Aircraft Me109s, Spitfires
Throughout the six years of World War II the Spitfire and Me109 were locked in combat. In the annals of aerial conflict no two such evenly matched aircraft have fought so consistently over such a sustained period of time with so much distinction.
Robert Taylor, master of portrayal of the aircraft in its element, offers us this magnificent rendition of Spitfires and Me109s in combat, during the intense air battles of 1940.
Overall size: 33inches wide x 24 inches high
Signed and numbered by the artist Robert Taylor and six famous RAF and Luftwaffe fighter pilots:
Air Commander Pete Brothers CBE DSO DFC*, Air Vice Marshal Johnnie Johnson CB CBE DSO DFC* DL, Wing Commander Geoffrey Page DSO DFC,
General Adolf Galland-Commander of all Luftwaffe day and night fighters,
General Günther Rall Knights Cross with Oak Leaves and Swords,
General Johannes Steinhoff of Gallands elite squadron of experts JV44