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SR-71 Blackbird Aviation Prints by John D Shaw and Philip West.- Aviation Prints UK

DHM2041. Habu 972 at Mach 3.0 by Philip West. <p>Richard Graham and RSO Don Emmons cruising their SR-71 in after-burner, gathering intelligence over the Soviet nuclear facility at Kamchatka, December 15, 1976.  At 80,000ft Rich Grahams SR-71 Blackbird is all but invisible to the three MiG fighters seen contrailing at 45,000 ft below. Under radar control, the MiGs make a futile attempt to intercept, but with the SR-71 travelling at three times the speed of sound along the edge of the stratosphere, there is nothing they can do. At this great height the crew of Habu 972 can clearly see the pronounced curvature of the earth and, in broad daylight above them, the brightest stars shining in the heavens. The SR-71 Habu 972, now resides in the National Air & Space Museum, Washington DC.<p><b>Last 4 prints of this sold out edition.</b><b><p> Signed limited edition of 500 prints. <p>Paper size 27 inches x 18 inches (69cm x 46cm)
DHM2632. Outrun the Thunder by John D Shaw. <p> The amazing SR-71, number 972, at Kadena as it undergoes a last-minute engine run-up prior to a reconnaissance sortie over the Soviet naval base at Vladivostok. <b><p>Signed by a minimum of sixty SR-71 pilots and RSOs. <p> Signed limited edition of 500 prints. <p> Paper size 37 inches x 26 inches (94cm x 66cm)

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SR-71 Blackbird Aviation Prints by John D Shaw and Philip West.

PCK2023. SR-71 Blackbird Aviation Prints by John D Shaw and Philip West.

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DHM2041. Habu 972 at Mach 3.0 by Philip West.

Richard Graham and RSO Don Emmons cruising their SR-71 in after-burner, gathering intelligence over the Soviet nuclear facility at Kamchatka, December 15, 1976. At 80,000ft Rich Grahams SR-71 Blackbird is all but invisible to the three MiG fighters seen contrailing at 45,000 ft below. Under radar control, the MiGs make a futile attempt to intercept, but with the SR-71 travelling at three times the speed of sound along the edge of the stratosphere, there is nothing they can do. At this great height the crew of Habu 972 can clearly see the pronounced curvature of the earth and, in broad daylight above them, the brightest stars shining in the heavens. The SR-71 Habu 972, now resides in the National Air & Space Museum, Washington DC.

Last 4 prints of this sold out edition.

Signed limited edition of 500 prints.

Paper size 27 inches x 18 inches (69cm x 46cm)


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DHM2632. Outrun the Thunder by John D Shaw.

The amazing SR-71, number 972, at Kadena as it undergoes a last-minute engine run-up prior to a reconnaissance sortie over the Soviet naval base at Vladivostok.

Signed by a minimum of sixty SR-71 pilots and RSOs.

Signed limited edition of 500 prints.

Paper size 37 inches x 26 inches (94cm x 66cm)


Website Price: £ 300.00  

To purchase these prints individually at their normal retail price would cost £355.00 . By buying them together in this special pack, you save £55




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