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British RAF S.E.5a World War I Fighter Plane

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British S.E.5a  Aircraft    : RAF S.E.5a
Year            : 1917
Engine       : 1 x "Hispano-Suiza"8B 220 hp.
Wingspan : 8.10 m
Length       : 6.30 m
Weight       : 640 kg/930 kg
Max. speed  : 212 km/h 
Ceiling         : 6700 m
Crew            : 1
Armament  : 2 x machineguns 
British S.E.5a
Rhys-Davids' SE5  
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Russell Smith. The S.E.5 piloted by 25-victory ace Lt. Arthur Rhys Davids - who was credited with shooting down Werner Voss in an epic dogfight on September 23, 1917 - of No. 56 Squadron is displayed at rest at a French airfield. 19"x 12" print is signed by the artist.
#0070133
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$24.95
Brothers in Arms
Brothers in Arms
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Russell Smith. In June, 1918, Capt. Elliott Springs - the 5th highest ranking American ace of World War I with 16 victories - and No. 85 Squadron mate John Grider fly their SE5s on patrol just moments before Grider is lost in a cloud and subsequently shot down by a patrolling German fighter. 17½"x 13" print is signed by the artist.
#0070140
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Last Dance of the Hussar
Last Dance of the Hussar
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Russell Smith. The great Leutnant der Reserve Werner Voss, Germany's 4th highest-ranking ace of WWI, bravely meets his end as he single-handedly takes on six of the Royal Flying Corps' best SE5 pilots. 33½"x 23½" limited edition print is signed and numbered by the artist.
#0070142
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$94.95
Magnificent Courage
Magnificent Courage
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Stan Stokes. 48-victory German ace Werner Voss takes his final, lone stand against seven RFC SE5s on what was to become his last mission. 16"x 11½" limited edition print is signed and numbered by the artist.
#0007553
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$39.95
Bishop's Plumage
Bishop's Plumage
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Russell Smith. Though the RFC usually did not allow its pilots to adorn their aircraft with anything other than squadron markings, for a few weeks during the summer of 1917, one unit, 60 squadron, was able to get away with painting its birds in bright, flashy colors. This particular aircraft, S.E.5a 8936, belonged to none other than Capt. Billy Bishop - the highest scoring British ace of WWI. 19"x 13".
#0070153
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Bringing the Guns to Bear
Bringing the Guns to Bear
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Russell Smith. Flying one of his famous Fokker triplanes, Manfred von Richthofen - the Red Baron - achieves victory #67, which was his last victory over an S.E.5a, by shooting down Lt. J.P. McCone of 41 Squadron. 16"x 13".
#0070156
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The Baron
The Baron
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David Poole. In his trademark red Fokker Dr.I triplane, 80-victory ace Manfred von Richthofen, the "Red Baron," scores one of his three S.E.5a kills over the Western Front in 1918. 24"x 19¼".
#0075025
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Dawn Dog Fight
Dawn Dog Fight
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Graeme Lothian. Flying his S.E.5a high above the trenches in April, 1918, Edward "Mick" Mannock of 74 Squadron catches the eye of Baron Manfred von Richthofen - the "Red Baron" - in his brightly painted Fokker Dr.I. 25"x 16" limited edition print is signed and numbered by the artist.
#0072155
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$149.00
Fokker D.VII Aces of WWI
Fokker D.VII Aces of WWI
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Aircraft of the Aces Vol. 53
Franks & VanWyngarden. The D.VII easily won the German fighter competition in 1918 and was immediately assigned to Germany's premier fighter unit, JG1, led by Hermann Göring in the wake of the Red Baron's death. Here, you'll read of the aircraft's feats flying against the new generation of the SPAD XIII, S.E.5a and Camel fighters, and of the best of the D.VII pilots. 96 pgs., B&W photos, color profiles, 7¼"x 9¾", sfbd.
#0006372
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British and Empire Aces of WWI
British and Empire Aces of WWI
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Aircraft of the Aces Vol. 45
British and Empire Aces of World War I, Shores. While the Allies and their adversaries raced to outdo each other in the creation of genuinely effective fighters in WWI, it was not until 1917 that the British developed a truly effective interrupter gear, paving the way for the Sopwith Camel, S.E.5 and Bristol F.2B. In this book, you'll trace the rapid development of the fighter in WWI, and follow the exploits of the aces who flew them. 96 pgs., 100 B&W photos, 36 color profiles and more, 7¼"x 9¾", sfbd.
#0006168
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$20.95

 

 


 

 

 

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