Special Events

Flying Legends Air Show 2017

Sat 8 July 2017 – Sun 9 July 2017

We are proud to announce that we will be joined at the
Flying Legends airshow on Saturday 9th July only
by our great friend of over 25 years
Nicolas Trudgian

We will be launching a stunning new pencil print as a tribute to one of our dearest friends Squadron Leader Tony Iveson DFC AE

Raiding the Ruhr by Nicolas Trudgian


Signed by Squadron Leader Tony Iveson DFC AE
Limited edition of only 125 worldwide

An introductory price until Monday 10th July will by £30 each

Raiding the Ruhr by Nicolas Trudgian


This is the artist proof edition of only 15 worldwide signed by
eight members of the famed 617 Squadron
Squadron Leader Tony Iveson DFC AE
Air Commodore John Langston CBE
Flying Officer Basil Fish
Warrant Officer Frank Tilley
Wing Commander John Bell MBE DFC
Flight Lieutenant Alex McKie
Squadron Leader Gray Ward DFC
Flight Lieutenant Murray Valentine

£125 each

There will be an open edition just signed by the artist Nicolas Trudgian available at a later date.

Also at the Flying Legends airshow we will be having a superb selection on Nick’s original pencil work, we are proud to say that Nick’s pencil work is the best in the world.

Nicolas Trudgian orignal drawings

This is just a sneak preview of the stunning original drawings for sale.

We will also have a large NEW selection of rare signed books for the Flying Legends Airshow
This is a very small selection of  the new books available

And as always we will have a new large selection of some rare aviation art by renowned artists.

A stunning new print release to aid in the restoration of the P61 at the Mid Atlantic Air Museum, this will be the only air worthy P61 in the world, it has taken the museum over 20 years so far.


The Black Widows of Hollandia by Nicolas Trudgian

Nicolas Trudgian

Brand new and recently delivered to New Guinea, P-61B Black Widow 42-39445 of the 550th Night Fighter Squadron, taxies out onto the airstrip at Hollandia for a test flight on the morning of January 10th 1945. It was to be the aircraft’s last flight because within minutes it had crashed into the tree shrouded slopes 200 ft below the summit of Mount Cyclops. Remarkably,  all four people aboard survived. The accident was partly blamed on coral dust found to be restricting the movement of the wing’s flying surfaces; a problem found on other Black Widows operating from coral airstrips in this corner of the Pacific ocean.
The Mid-Atlantic Air Museum, in one of the most ambitious and praiseworthy aircraft salvage and restoration projects anywhere, succeeded in bringing the remains of the aircraft back to Reading PA in 1990 and since then their dedicated team has been working tirelessly to see 239445 fly again. It will be the world’s only airworthy Black Widow.

£30 + postage and packing

overall size 670mm x 325mm

Duxford Battle of Britain Air Show

Sat 23 September 2017 – Sun 24 September 2017

We will be exhibiting a wide selection of Signed books and limited edition prints, framed and unframed.