PRINTS & POSTAL COVER FOR SALE

Proceeds from the sale of these items will go towards the overhaul to full working order of Bulleid Battle of Britain locomotive Nº34081 92 Squadron.

You may purchase online using your credit/debit card or PayPal account, or you may order by post.
Details of how to order by post are here.


DESERT PATROL

Neville Duke fine art print

Desert Patrol. A limited edition of 500 fine art prints from an original oil painting by Cliff Minney. This evocative full colour print shows Flying Officer Neville Duke on patrol high over the Western Desert in November 1942 flying his 92 Squadron Spitfire Mk.Vb (Trop) ER220/QJ-R. Each print is individually numbered and is personally signed by Neville Duke in ink. Printed on high quality art paper the print measures 617mm x 441mm, the image is 575mm x 380mm and is suitable for framing. The cost is just £15 plus £2.50 postage and packing in the UK. The print will be despatched in a stout cardboard tube.


SPITFIRE FLIGHT

Spitfire Flight photograph

Geoff Wellum has signed 50 photographs towards the fund-raising for 34081 92 Squadron's overhaul. These are real photographs, not inkjet copies. The main image is of a flight of five Spitfire MK.Vb aircraft and the smaller inset is of 34081 passing through Waterloo East with the Man Of Kent on 1st August 1957. Overall size of the combined photograph is 7ins x 5ins. Once these 50 have been sold there will be no more of this particular photograph available signed by Geoff. Price is just £10, post free in the UK.

Spitfire Flight photograph

A limited edition of 25. This is a real photograph, not an inkjet copy. The photograph is signed by Allan Wright on the front and numbered on the rear. Allan is flying aircraft QJ-S nearest the camera. Overall size is 7ins x 5ins. The main image features a formation of 92 Squadron Mk.Vb Spitfires returning from a second successful sortie against enemy fighters on 16th May 1941 and the secondary image features 92 Squadron's namesake steam locomotive, Battle Of Britain Class Nº34081 92 Squadron running into Woking station on 24th February 1963. The photograph comes with a copy of a letter from Allan confirming the details of the photograph. Price is just £10, post free in the UK.


POSTAL COVER

14th July 1974 first day cover

Cachet Postal cover. Limited edition of 20 signed by Geoff Wellum, 92 Squadron, Biggin Hill 1940. Skyfame Aircraft Museum 10th Flying Display, 14th July 1974. UPU centenary 5 1/2p commemorative stamp with special handstamp. Cover was flown in Gloster Meteor T7 WA669, pilot Sqn. Ldr. Bill Shrubsole, flight time 30 minutes. Each cover signed by Geoff Wellum, 92 Squadron Battle of Britain, Biggin Hill 1940. This cover was issued on behalf of the Battle Of Britain Locomotive Society's 92 Squadron Appeal and has a small cachet to that effect on the rear of the cover - see illustration right. Price is just £10, post free in the UK.


14th July 1974 first day cover

Cachet Postal cover. Limited edition of 18. Skyfame Aircraft Museum 10th Flying Display, 14th July 1974. UPU centenary 5 1/2p commemorative stamp with special handstamp. Cover was flown in Gloster Meteor T7 WA669, pilot Sqn. Ldr. Bill Shrubsole, flight time 30 minutes. Cover signed by Allan Wright, 92 Squadron, Battle of Britain, Biggin Hill 1940. This cover was issued on behalf of the Battle Of Britain Locomotive Society's 92 Squadron Appeal and has a small cachet to that effect on the rear of the cover - see illustration right. Price is just £10, post free in the UK.


To purchase by post please send your order to:

BBLS Sales,
c/o Barrie Woods,
124 Eastern Way,
Letchworth,
Herts SG6 4PF.
Please make cheques and postal orders payable to: The Battle Of Britain Locomotive Society.


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