Spitfire & Hurricane 3D Wall Art
Spitfire & Hurricane Banking
3D lenticular sepia/colour image
The two mainstay monoplane fighter aircraft used by the RAF during the Battle of Britain are depicted here in this 3D lenticular sepia / colour image. The Spitfire and Hurricane are seen together in an air- to- air setting. The Spitfire had a stressed-skin aluminium structure unlike the Hawker Hurricane which was made of wood and fabric. The Spitfire was more expensive to manufacture. Air Chief Marshall Lord Dowding was head of Fighter Command during the Battle of Britain.
Spitfire & Hurricane Banking, 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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