Spitfire Supermarine 3D Wall Art - 3D lenticular image
Spitfire Supermarine 3D lenticular image
This 3D lenticular image features two of Britain’s best loved icons, the Supermarine Spitfire and The White Cliffs of Dover. The Spitfire was designed by legendry aircraft designer Reginald Joseph Mitchell (R.J. Mitchell). Its origins can be traced back to the Supermarine S.6B racing seaplane from 1931 built to compete in the Schneider Trophy. The White Cliffs of Dover face the straits of Dover and are within walking distance of Dover Castle is the largest castle in England. Known as the ‘Key to England’ the castle was founded by William the Conqueror in 1066
Spitfire Supermarine 3D lenticular image, shot by Jim Dooley.
Standard size: 10" x 8" (25.4 x 20.3 cm)
Supplied framed - A contemporary looking glass picture frame is supplied with this 3D Living Picture. Sporting a hi quality velvet backing this versatile picture frame comes ready for desk or wall mount display.
The Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund (registered charity in England and Wales (1081009) and in Scotland (SC038109)) will receive a minimum of 10% of net profit (+VAT) for each aircraft picture sold via online sales.
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