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SR-71 Blackbird Aviation Art Prints by Robert Tomlin and John D Shaw.- Aviation Art Prints .com

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)
DHM2535. The Black is Back by Robert Tomlin. <p> At the end of its landing run and streaming the unmistakable scarlet brake parachute with its characteristic tuck at the bottom, an SR-71 prepares to turn off of the runway after another Hot Flight.   Retired in favour of other technology including satellite surveillance a small number of these remarkable aircraft were due to start back in service at the end of 1996.  There were jobs that just could not be done by any other system, even the most sophisticated modern technology failing to address all of the incredible capabilities of one of the most advanced aircraft of all time. <b><p> Limited edition of 500 prints. <p> Paper size 14 inches x 24 inches (36cm x 61cm)

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SR-71 Blackbird Aviation Art Prints by Robert Tomlin and John D Shaw.

PCK2024. SR-71 Blackbird Aviation Art Prints by Robert Tomlin and John D Shaw.

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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)


Item #2 - Click to view individual item

DHM2535. The Black is Back by Robert Tomlin.

At the end of its landing run and streaming the unmistakable scarlet brake parachute with its characteristic tuck at the bottom, an SR-71 prepares to turn off of the runway after another Hot Flight. Retired in favour of other technology including satellite surveillance a small number of these remarkable aircraft were due to start back in service at the end of 1996. There were jobs that just could not be done by any other system, even the most sophisticated modern technology failing to address all of the incredible capabilities of one of the most advanced aircraft of all time.

Limited edition of 500 prints.

Paper size 14 inches x 24 inches (36cm x 61cm)


Website Price: £ 285.00  

To purchase these prints individually at their normal retail price would cost £340.00 . By buying them together in this special pack, you save £55




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