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  1. K&C collector exclusive -  Hermann Graf Me 109 G6 signed/ numbered Ltd run print(30 only)
    23 Jan, 2019
    K&C collector exclusive - Hermann Graf Me 109 G6 signed/ numbered Ltd run print(30 only)
    'King & Country' Exclusive canvas print. Hermann Graf's Me 109-G6 that he flew in the Defense of the Reich role when he commanded JGr 50 during late 1943, only available to buyers of the 109 - G6 Special Edition model. There will only be 30 canvas prints available to the 300 collectors of this magnificent model.
  2. Me 109 G6 special profile N01
    19 Jan, 2019
    Me 109 G6 Special Profile series No 1 - background behind the creation.
    This Special Profile N01, the Bf Me109 G6, as flown by Hermann Graf in 1943 in the 'Defence of the Reich' role is a great looking plane, which was one of the reasons for me choosing this as my first profile of the series.. This is but one version of a number of G6's he flew at this time. After a lot of research i found multiple references to 3 different tail styles with varying armament and Work numbers.  I eventually settled on the full white tail with the WN 15913 with the under-wing cannon
  3. Factory nameplate artwork enlarged
    15 Jan, 2019
    The new fighter profile series - WW2 and WW1 aircraft / Aces introduction
    An exciting new series that blends the action of traditional aviation art with the technical aspects of a profile - perfection for collectors and something a little different and fresh!
  4. The Tiger as it was photographed after the battle
    08 Dec, 2018
    THE LAST TIGER 1 - BERLIN MAY 1945 (part 2)
    The last Tiger in Berlin, Konigsplatz at the Brandenburg Gate - the 28th April - 1st May 1945 pic 1 THE OVERALL SITUATION - BACKGROUND PIC 2 map The Battle for Berlin is coming to a close after only 2weeks (including the Battle for the Oder Bridge head 30 km away. A rush for the city and the 'Citadel falls after 10 days. Just shows how beaten -up the Germans were by this point. Stalingrad took 5 months and didn't fall. The Russian infantry [79th Rifle Corps]cross the open ground in front of the
  5. The Tiger as it was photographed after the battle
    04 Apr, 2018
    THE LAST TIGER 1 - BERLIN MAY 1945 (part 1)
    The last Tiger in Berlin, Konigsplatz at the Brandenburg Gate - the 28th April - 1st May 1945 The Battle for Berlin is coming to a close after only 2weeks ; a rush for the city and the 'Citadel falls after 10 days. A single Tiger 1 remains operational next to the Reichstag until the last battle on the last night! Read on in my blog for the full story and the model build.